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Carl Marston’s U’s Player Ratings after 3-0 win over Cheltenham

PUBLISHED: 06:00 10 February 2019

Frank Nouble has scored in each of the U's last three games, including this one when he fired past Cheltenham keeper Scott Flinders.  Picture: STEVE WALLER

Frank Nouble has scored in each of the U's last three games, including this one when he fired past Cheltenham keeper Scott Flinders. Picture: STEVE WALLER

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Colchester United correspondent Carl Marston awards his U’s Player Ratings following yesterday’s terrific 3-0 home win over Cheltenham Town, which was achieved via goals from Kane Vincent-Young, Frank Nouble and Abo Eisa.

Kane Vincent-Young celebrates after scoring his first-half goal against Cheltenham last weekend.  Picture: STEVE WALLERKane Vincent-Young celebrates after scoring his first-half goal against Cheltenham last weekend. Picture: STEVE WALLER

Rene Gilmartin 7

Never had a serious save to make

Ryan Jackson 7

Strong in defence and attack

Frankie Kent 7

Imperious at the back

Luke Prosser 8

Skipper never put a foot wrong

Kane Vincent-Young 9

Terrific goal capped dazzling display

- John McGreal’s reaction to his side’s 3-0 and the quality of the goals

Ben Stevenson 8

Made a big impact since his arrival

Harry Pell -

Suffered early hamstring injury

Courtney Senior 8

Teased Robins defence, set up third

Sammie Szmodics 7

Always a dangerous attacking outlet

- Match report of Colchester United 3 Cheltenham Town 0

Abo Eisa 8

Marked full debut with a goal

Frank Nouble 8

Wonder strike for U’s second goal

EARLY SUB: Tom Lapslie 7

On for Pell and did well until he too was injured

CARL’S MAN OF THE MATCH - Kane Vincent-Young (but there were several candidates)

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