Luke McCormick – 6.5

Had virtually nothing to do in the first half, but claimed balls that were his well. Distribution hit and miss. Little could be done about the goal, solid enough.

Rob Hunt – 7.5

Very cool and collected under pressure. Again, pushed forward and his ability to get to the byline led to Town’s fortuitous second goal.

Mathieu Baudry – 7

Fooled by Maguire-Drew prior to Orient’s only goal, but generally another solid performance in defence. Occasional sloppy passes were cut out, which will please fans.

Dion Conroy © - 7.5

Not at fault for the goal. Worked hard in defence to win possession. Used the big pitch to exploit his long balls, solid performance.

Ellis Iandolo – 7.5

Great in the air, and drove hard down the left wing to win corners in the game’s early moments. Was committed too, will Fryers replace him when fit again?

Lloyd Isgrove – 7.5

Passes were mis-placed initially. But his work rate couldn’t be faulted. Great work for the assist. Performance picked up, unlucky to be denied by the crossbar.

Danny Rose – 8

Could have scored early had it not been for a block. Cut out a series of crucial passes, worked hard in midfield to win possession. Standout performance.

Jordan Lyden – 6.5

Game cut short by a minor injury. Prior to that was part of a solid Town midfield that dominated play.

Keshi Anderson – 8.5

Excellent work rate, rewarded with a goal. Should’ve made it two before the half and certainly in the second. Got into good space. Encouraging performance.

Eoin Doyle – 6.5

Was tightly marked, and it restricted his progress in truth. Denied a goal for offside, but otherwise had few chances fall to his feet.

Jerry Yates – 8

Exceptional work rate, proved to be a real nuisance for Leyton Orient defence. Got into good pockets of space, scored another goal.


Anthony Grant – 7

Got more minutes than he would’ve bargained for. Won some good battles. Passing off at times, but generally solid.

Kaiyne Woolery – 6

Brought on in the game’s concluding five minutes.

Adam May – 6

Subbed in injury time.