Ratings: How we rated Gainsborough Trinity’s players

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Michael Jacklin hit his first goal for the club as Gainsborough Trinity beat Nuneaton Town 1-0 for their first win of the season.

Match reporter Josh Dainty gave his thoughts on how each player performed.

But do you agree with his ratings?

Louis Jones – 8 – Confidence personified, was vocal from word go and made a number of good decisions between the sticks.

Josh Lacey – 7 – With Nuneaton going down both wings, Lacey was called into action numerous times and coped well defensively.

Tom Davie – 7 – Coped well with Nuneaton’s wing-play and worked well with King going forward.

Shane Clarke – 7 – Worked tirelessly in the middle, breaking up a lot of play and making a lot of tackles.

Michael Jacklin – 9 – Outstanding at the back for the Blues’ never put a foot wrong, ordered the back four superbly and of course scored the winner.

Ioan Evans – 7 – One of the players to keep out Nuneaton’s relentless attack, did well going up for set pieces.

Jonathan Wafula – 7 – Made a number of great tackles on the wing and was a threat going forward.

Jordan Richards – 6 – Almost played in Chambers with a poorly weighted back pass in the first half but performed well in the middle from then on.

Nathan Jarman - 6 – Chased down the Nuneaton defence well and had a few decent chances. Carelessly booked when leaving the pitch for dawdling.

Ashley Worsfold – 7 – Highly energetic up top, chasing down the defence. Had a number of half-chances but couldn’t add to his tally of two goals for the season.

Craig King – 8 – Delivered many good balls in from set pieces and during open play. Worked well with Davie down the left-hand side.

Jonathan Williams – 6 – Closed down the Nuneaton players in midfield when he came on before having to be stretchered off

Bradley Wells – 6 – Almost got in behind the defence on one occasion, closed down from the front well when he came on.

Charlie Gatter – 6 – Hit a few simple passes astray but did close down the opposition well.