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Average Player Ratings v Wrexham (A)

Average Player Ratings v Wrexham (A)

What a day that was! Our first away win since the trip to Ebbsfleet last April and the first time we've scored away since Telford early in September - and we did it by putting four past a team fighting for promotion! Delirium!

So how did you rate City's performance?

Needless to say young Conner Robinson got a good score in only his second start for the Imps. Dunc25 awarded the first 10 of the season to the 18-year-old, and his average was a quite brilliant 8.33. Jamie Taylor managed the same score exactly, thus tying the highest score of the season (beating the 8.25 set by Paul Farman against Mansfield!)

Peter Bore's previous highest score had been 5.33, with four sub 5 scores. Yet moving him to right back actually earned him a score of 7.17, so perhaps I should eat humble pie on that one! Nicky Nicolau continued his fine form and mustered an 8.00, which is sure to put him in contention as player of the season so far in the near future. Meanwhile Tom Miller's 7.83 puts him ahead of the chasing pack with the highest average rating of the season - but this week surely belongs to the front men!

Average Player Ratings in full:

Paul Farman 6.33
Peter Bore 7.17
Andrew Boyce 7.33
Tom Miller 7.83
Peter Gilbert 7.33
Adam Smith 6.50
Gary Mills 7.00
Dan Gray 6.83
Nicky Nicolau 8.00
Conner Robinson 8.33
Jamie Taylor 8.33

Sheridan 5.50
Larkin 6.00
Power - too late to rate, but was awarded a few sixes nonetheless!

Finally, thanks to Dunc25, CrazyTuba and Stevie_Imp who all made their player rater debuts. Many more to come in the future I hope!

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Writer:Rasenimp
Date:Tuesday October 16 2012
Time: 2:36PM

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These are a really good read. Well done, Rasen!
BrownImp
16/10/2012 19:00:00
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These are a really good read. Well done, Rasen!
BrownImp
16/10/2012 19:00:00
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Agree with BrownImp!
Julestheimp
16/10/2012 19:10:00
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Agree with BrownImp!
Julestheimp
16/10/2012 19:10:00
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very gd raitings mate jamie taylor did well for me
stuart ingram21
16/10/2012 22:27:00
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very gd raitings mate jamie taylor did well for me
stuart ingram21
16/10/2012 22:27:00
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Welcome to the forum Stuart.
Julestheimp
16/10/2012 22:37:00
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Welcome to the forum Stuart.
Julestheimp
16/10/2012 22:37:00
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