Jonny Maxted – 7

Made a vital diving save from a free kick in the last seconds of the game. Other than that, he didn’t have much to do other than collect a few crosses.

Callum Johnson – 7

Was possibly Stanley’s best player in a first half where everyone struggled to perform. A lot of the play was down the left side in the second half, so he didn’t see as much of the ball.

Mark Hughes – 6

Solid at the back with his partner. He cleared everything that needed clearing and was well positioned when Bristol threatened with crosses in to the area.

Ross Sykes – 7

Was well placed when crosses came in from the visitors. Did one great piece of defending in the box when Bristol looked as though they were in on goal.

Liam Gibson – 8

Brilliant in what was his first senior start and his debut in a red shirt. The Newcastle loanee charged up and down the left side. Was solid defensively and tried to get things going at the other end of the pitch.

Jordan Clark – 6

Wasn’t his usual influential self, but I don’t think the sodden pitch helped him. Tried to make things happen, but it just wasn’t falling for him. Worked hard with his defensive duties.

Sam Finley – 7

Gave the ball away too much in the first half. Did well to pick up his performance in the second half and put himself about breaking up play.

Dan Barlaser – 5

He tried to play some one two’s and create chances for his team mates, but I think the tricky surface hindered him the most as he never really seemed to have the ball under control.

Sean McConville – 6

Didn’t do anything in the first half – like much of the midfield, he found it difficult to link up with anyone. He was livelier in the second half, but it wasn’t his day.

Luke Armstrong – 8

Looks as though he will be shrewd acquisition from Coleman. He had a couple of chances, one of which resulted in Bonham pulling off a fantastic save.

Billy Kee – 5

Very quiet today was well marshalled by the visiting defence. Only sight at goal came from a free kick, which was saved well.