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Cheltenham Town 3 Colchester United 1: Carl Marston’s player ratings

PUBLISHED: 06:00 17 September 2017

Sam Walker saves a second-half penalty from Brian Graham during yesterday's 3-1 defeat  at Cheltenham. Picture: PAGEPIX

Sam Walker saves a second-half penalty from Brian Graham during yesterday's 3-1 defeat at Cheltenham. Picture: PAGEPIX

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Carl Marston awards his match ratings for Colchester United players following yesterday’s disappointing 3-1 defeat at Cheltenham Town.

Here are those ratings, out of 10:

Sam Walker 7

Good penalty save, far too busy

Tom Eastman 5

Below his best

Ryan Inniss 5

A few good blocks

Cameron James 5

Struggled, and replaced at half-time

Ryan Jackson 6

Never got into top gear

Tom Lapslie 5

Lacked impact in midfield

Brandon Comley 5

Too many errors from QPR loanee

Kane Vincent-Young 5

Swtiched roles, missed late chance

Sammie Szmodics 6

Cool penalty, but not his best game

Mikael Mandron 4

Red card for deliberate handball

Nicke Kabamba 5

Squandered great early chance


Drey Wright (46mins) 6

Unlucky not to earn a penalty

Sean Murray (63) 5

Welcome return from hip injury

Brandon Hanlon (60) 6

Not afraid to shoot

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