Yeovil 1 Hartlepool United 2: Pools player ratings

Brad Walker celebrates his goal with (left to right) Rhys Oates, Nicky Featherstone and Kudus Oyenuga

Brad Walker celebrates his goal with (left to right) Rhys Oates, Nicky Featherstone and Kudus Oyenuga

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Hartlepool United were not at their best, but they got the job done, winning 2-1 at Yeovil. Here are the player ratings

Adam Bartlett: Not a great deal of glovework required but what he needed to do, he did well. 6

Brad Halliday: Started the move which led to the Pools winner. Was involved heavily going forward and produced good defensive play too. 6

Scott Harrison: Has taken the lead defensive role and performed it well. Not particularly stretched at any point, but strong throughout. 6

Andrew Boyce: His partnership with Scott Harrison continues to grow. Did the basics right. 6

Jake Carroll: Lost count how many times the full-back has over-hit free-kicks and corners, but here he got it spot on. 6

Matty Bates: Has given Ronnie Moore a selection headache by playing the Carl Magnay role so well. Very effective again just in front of his centre-halves, cutting out a lot of Yeovil threat before it got anywhere near the Pools box. 6

Nicky Featherstone: Quietest game of season but seven minutes from time he picked out Kudus Oyenuga with a super pass which led to the winner. 6

Michael Woods: Similar sentiment for Woods. There were a couple of nice runs into the home box but would be great to see more shooting. 6

Rhys Oates: Lively, again, much of the best play from Pools involved the positive 20-year-old. 7

Billy Paynter: Found himself isolated at times but was involved in the build-up to the goal and had a couple of neat link-ups with Fenwick and Woods: 6

Scott Fenwick: Depending on who you are siding with, he returned to the starting XI with a goal. Brought off early but may have still given Ronnie Moore a selection poser on Tuesday.

Kudus Oyenuga: Will have an assist to his name though it was a badly hit shot which set up the winner. Only steady, but that was just his second appearance. 6

Brad Walker: Big, big impact from sub. Will get a welcome start against Bristol Rovers. N/A