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Tobias Johansen: Was not tested greatly but did everything well - 7.

Ben Mee: Did ok but has to be marked down for his clumsy clearance that led to the own goal - 6.

Ryan McGivern: Again a very accomplished display from the young Northern Ireland international - 7.

Nedum Onuoha: Looked solid in defence in the right back role which show up his distribution limitations - 7.

Clayton McDonald: Like a rock at the back and wears his captain's armband well - 8.

Adam Clayton: Never stopped working to win the ball back and to drive the team forward - MotM 8.

Vladimir Weiss: His second half performance salvaged yet another below par display - 6.

Paul Marshall. A fine goal and some decent runs; but there is still more to come from him I feel - 7.

David Ball: Worked hard up front and scored a good goal but needs to work on his strength a bit - 7.

Ian Daly: Held the ball up reasonably well; but never really got himself involved in the final third - 6.

Ben Morris: Was a late replacement for Donal McDermott and is not a left midfielder/winger despite being left footed - 6

Sub: Javan Vidal. Did not look too comfortable on the ball and allowed more crosses from his side.



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Writer: Gavin Cooper  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday December 9 2008

Time: 11:40PM

Your Comments

How's Clayton McDonald been playing generally this season, Gavin?
Sindbad
good to see the lads are keeping up the winning form....
lincolnblue
Get this Weiss lad in the senior squad!!
Johnny Baguette
I'll go with that JB. plus add the lad ball, he is a hard worker and gets goals on a regualr basis
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