HUDDERSFIELD Town scored three - but got booed off.
Despite being up against nine men for a third of the match, Town were unable to press their advantage after recovering from being two goals down within fifteen minutes.
Below are our HTAFC reporter Doug Thomson's ratings for the game.
On Page 2 are marks from fans given to the Examiner during the course of today via our player rater system.
Beaten twice but made a valiant attempt to block the second after being left badly exposed. 6
The Newcastle loanee showed some good touches on his debut but tired towards the end. 6
Tried his best to catch Joe Mason and prevent the second goal and worked hard on the right. 6
No shortage of sweat and running from the Scotsman but he struggled to make a mark on this clash. 5
The skipper did his best to marshal the side and got the goal which turned out to be the clincher. 6
Competed strongly, but was one of many Town players who struggled to find his range with passes. 5
Was a threat at set-pieces and always willing to run at the opposition, but too often his efforts came to nothing. 6
Some of his balls went badly astray, but he also had a hand in two of Town’s goals and stuck to his task throughout. 6
The top scorer notched his 15th goal of the campaign and was Town’s most dangerous player. 6
Gave 100% effort to the cause but was unable to find the goalden touch when in the penalty box. 5
Like Novak, he was a willing worker, but can be far more effective than he was in this match. 5
Graham Carey (for Roberts, 57mins) 5;
Joey Gudjonsson (for Arfield, 77mins) 5;
Tom Clarke (for Pilkington, 89mins) 5.
A Smithies 5.53
L Peltier 4.49
T Kadar 6.35
P Clarke 4.62
A Kay 4.20
A Pilkington 6.31
K Kilbane 4.87
S Arfield 4.44
J Rhodes 5.71
L Novak 4.85
G Roberts 4.05
J Gudjonsson 4.63
T Clarke 4.42
G Carey 4.33