ADVER Sport assess the performances of the Swindon Town players following the Robins’ dramatic 5-5 draw away to Wrexham AFC on Saturday afternoon.

Murphy Mahoney: 7

Mahoney may have conceded five goals but it was only the first that he would have been truly been disappointed with. He made several impressive saves throughout the match and without him, Swindon may not have even taken a point home.

Remeao Hutton: 6

Can be blamed for the first goal as he stood on the ball and was outmuscled from a situation that he was in control of. Going forwards he grew into the game and helped create Swindon’s opener after overhitting a few earlier crosses. Enjoyed a great battle with Mendy all match.

Udoka Godwin-Malife: 7

Made lots of attacking runs and remained a threat throughout, giving Wrexham’s midfield something to think about. His pace came in handy when tracking back and regaining possession, especially in the first half.

Tom Brewitt: 7

He was penalised for a handball that gave Wrexham the free-kick that in turn resulted in their late equaliser but he was aerially strong against Palmer throughout. He showed impressive anticipation at times and commanded Town’s back-line. Booked.

Frazer Blake-Tracy: 6

Blake-Tracy gave away the penalty with a needless decision and also got sucked in as Wrexham came forward. Having said this, he was also defensively sound for most of the time so a mixed bag from the vice-captain. Booked.

Brooklyn Genesini: 5

Although he did not do anything that was criticism worthy, Genesini ultimately proved ineffective at left wing-back. It has to be remembered though that he is still only young and new to the EFL and will improve with time. Subbed.

Saidou Khan: 7

The former Chesterfield man lit up the midfield with mature and efficient play. He was at the heart of most of Town’s attacks and even slipped in a beautiful turn on the edge of the box to get past the onrushing Wrexham players.

George McEachran: 6

McEachran’s corners left a lot to be desired but he covered a lot of ground and went into a lot of tackles showing good commitment throughout. Subbed.

Dan Kemp: 8

Kemp netted two brilliant goals and was also unlucky not to round off the day off with a hat-trick, seeing one of his efforts agonisingly strike the crossbar. Lively throughout and seems to have settled into Michael Flynn’s squad well so far. Booked.

Jake Young: 8

One of town’s best players on the day, Young opened the scoring with a downward header before adding another to give Town a healthy lead heading into the break. He was unlucky not to have added a third in the second half. He was far queiter in the second half and looked tired but his fitness levels are clearly improving.

Charlie Austin: 7

Austin is finally off the mark thanks to his first half goal of the season and he worked hard off the ball, heading away from several Wrexham corners. This was arguably his best game of the campaign so far.


Benn Ward: 6

Ward did a solid job when coming on and shored up the left flank for Town.

Liam Kinsella: 6

Kinsella kept it simple during his short time on the pitch and could hardly be blamed for the late collapse.

UNUSED SUBS: Conor Brann, Harrison Minturn, Tariq Uwakwe, Jake Cain, Jacob Wakeling.