Tranmere Rovers finally showed the desire and form that manager Micky Mellon has been crying out for, as they swept a side a stunned Maidstone United side by four-goals to nil.
James Norwood: With the forward bagging the first and last goals of the match, Norwood made sure he would be on this list, with his consistent running and high intensity work-rate, his two strikes were a good enough reward for his monumental effort.
After going a couple of games without scoring and missing two massive chances against Macclesfield Town in midweek, Nors slotted home his chances to get him back into the good graces of the manager.
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Eddie Clarke: The young 18-year-old has come into a Tranmere side and has shown his past two games, with fearless running and the ability to keep players quiet throughout the 90-minutes, Mellon may have the biggest secret in the National League waiting in the wings.
A product of the youth system, Clarke knows all about The Rovers and with Ridehalgh still nursing an injury, he will be have given his manager a number of things to think about.
Scott Davies: It has been a strange season for Scott Davies, as the stand in captain for the suspended Steve McNulty in today’s game has conceded a fair few goals in random matches, while performing to a high standard and keeping his side relevant in many big games.
The 30-year-old kept another clean sheet to take his tally up to nine in 24 games, and was key in organising his team throughout much of the match, while he will certainly not have missed McNulty’s famous moans, he will have enjoyed those three points after conceding late on in his past two fixtures.