COLBY Bishop, Sean McConville and Offrande Zanzala all bagged a brace in Saturday's emphatic 7-1 victory over Bolton Wanderers as Dion Charles also got on the scoresheet.

Harvey Rodgers performed well at right-back filling in for the suspended Callum Johnson.

Here is how the Stanley players rated in their massive victory in League One.

Dimitar Evtimov 7

The Bulgarian didn’t have much to do in the match apart from pick the ball out of his goal once. Kept calm and played the ball simple.

Harvey Rodgers 7

Filling in at right-back for the suspended Callum Johnson, the youngster didn’t put a foot wrong. He was pivotal for the second goal as he won the ball back high up the pitch before the cross came in.

Ross Sykes 7

Was up against an experienced striker in Daryl Murphy, but other than his goal, the forward didn’t have a sniff.

Mark Hughes 7

Welcomed back into the starting XI after missing last week due to suspension. Brought the calmness back into the backline and was assured as always.

Joe Maguire 7

Started his second game in a row and this was probably his best in a Stanley shirt. Solid in defence and got forward and offered his support going forward.

Jordan Clark 8

Grabbed himself a couple of assists in a performance that deserved a goal. A constant menace for the Bolton defence.

Seamus Conneely 7

Went about his job well and kept his side ticking over. Offers security as that last man in front of the defence.

Sam Finley 7

Got a brilliant range of passing that can unlock a defence. Adds grit and bite to the Stanley midfield.

Sean McConville 8

His best performance of the season as he bagged a double. Constantly looking to create something for his side. The goals will do him the world of good. Stanley’s most important player when he’s at his best.

Dion Charles 8

The little striker works his socks off every game and he got his reward for it in the win over Bolton with his goal. Offered so much for his side with his runs in behind and his constant harrying of the Bolton defence.

Colby Bishop 8

The striker got back on the score sheet when his team needed him the most. He kept his nerve when converting the penalty and then out Stanley in the lead with a lovely headed finish.