Player ratings Vs Carlisle: Goal-scoring Chicksen is Dons’ top performer

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David Martin – 6 – Had little to do, but did well to stop Loy scoring a one-on-one. Got injured in the process and was replaced.

Dean Lewington - 7 - Solid performance from the skipper, though a slightly more reserved attacking threat this week.

Adam Chicksen - 8 - Great strike to score, won more than his fair share of headers and looked completely comfortable at right back.

Antony Kay – 7 – Looked like he’d never been away as he slotted back in to defence. Almost a hairy moment when he narrowly put over his own bar.

Gary MacKenzie - 7 - Never in trouble against Loy, but a blow to the head called his game short.

Darren Potter – 7 – Getting back to his usual self, quiet, unassuming, yet pulling all the strings.

Chris Lines – 6 – Didn’t thave too much of an impact on the game, but was in the right places to make a nuisance of himself in midfield.

Ryan Harley - 7 - Got in amongst in, looked decent on the left flank and played some clever passes.

Luke Chadwick – 7 - Typically energetic performance. Looked lively on the ball and caused Carlisle problems breaking from deep.

Shaun Williams – 7 – Looks more and more at home in midfield. Gave good support to Lowe and join in attacks well.

Ryan Lowe – 6 – Chased all afternoon, but only saw little of the ball and coulnd’t do much with it.


Ian McLoughlin - 6 - Luckily was on the bench when Martin went off. Bit of miscommunication with Kay, but otherwise solid.

Daniel Powell - 6 - Added some pace out wide, but did little with it.

Mathias Doumbe - 6 - Bravely blocked a goal-bound shot in stoppage time to save the draw.