Match ratings: How did Hartlepool United's players rate in shock Guiseley loss?

Devante Rodney
Devante Rodney

With the last kick of the game bottom of the table Guiseley robbed three points from Victoria Park.

Louis Laing might have been at fault, but how did the he, and the rest of Pools' players, rate? Liam Kennedy has his say...

Pools XI (4-1-2-1-2)

Scott Loach - When called upon did what he needed to. Could do little about the goal... 6

Lewis Hawkins - Was definitely a target for Guiseley. Coped with the pressure reasonably well... 6

Carl Magnay - Looks every bit at home in the centre of defence... 6

Louis Laing - A solid game for 93 minutes then lets himself down with an error which cost Pools a point... 3

Blair Adams - Bombed on down the left. A constant thorn in the opposition's side... 7

Nicky Featherstone - Struggled to exert the same kind of influence has of late in very difficult circumstances... 6

Conor Newton - Not one of his most productive days, given he's set the standard so high recently... 6

Josh Hawkes - Looks a real asset. Has a lovely touch and some good technique... 6

Michael Woods - One of Pools' only threats on a disappointing afternoon. Made more and more runs past the frontmen as the game wore on... 7

Jake Cassidy - Worked hard but with little reward. Should have done better with one chance near the end... 6

Devante Rodney - Not his best day after being recalled. Struggled up top. His touch was a let down... 5

Subs

Rhys Oates (for Rodney 63) - Brought an energy to the Pools frontline... 6

Ryan Donaldson (for Hawkes 78) - Eased his way back into action... 6

Not used: Ryan Catterick, Jacob Owen, Jack Munns.

Yellow: None

Red: None

Goal(s): None

Guiseley XI: Joseph Green, Ashley Palmer, Will Hatfield, Dayle Southwell, Alex Purver, Kayode Odejayi (Rowan Liburd 71), Ellis Hudson (Kevan Hurst 46), Darren Holden, James Roberts (Callum McFadzean 57), Harry Flowers, Victor Nirennold.

Not used: Marcus Williams, Fletch Paley.

Yellow: Palmer 82

Red: None

Goal(s): Southwell 90

Referee: J Hull

Attendance: 2,674