How the Hibs players rated against Bonnyrigg Rose

How the Hibs players rated in their 4-1 victory over Bonnyrigg Rose in the Premier Sports Cup at New Dundas Park.

A strong Hibs team lined up in an orthodox 4-4-2 formation, with Aiden McGeady on the right and Ewan Henderson on the left of midfield.

Chris Cadden and Lewis Stevenson were the full-backs either side of Rocky Bushiri and Ryan Poerteous.

Nonah Kenneh partnered Joe Newell in midfield, with Christian Doidge and Elias Melkersen up front.

Bonnyrigg goalscorer Kevin Smith gets in between Hibs defenders Ryan Porteous and Rocky Bushiri at New Dundas Park. Picture: Joe Gilhooley LRPS

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DAVID MARSHALL 6/10

Caught by surprise when Kevin Smith lobbed him with a nicely-weighted first-time lob .

CHRIS CADDEN 7

Picked up where he left off last season, posing a threat going forward and overlapping from right-back.

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ROCKY BUSHIRI 6

Relished the physical confrontation in a game which suited his style, but ponderous in possession.

RYAN PORTEOUS 6

Recovered well from embarrassing early nutmeg by George Hunter but caught wrong side for Smith’s goal.

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LEWIS STEVENSON 7

Cool, calm and collected at left-back, the veteran was solid if unspectacular.

AIDAN McGEADY 6

Cutting in from the right, the experienced winger had his moments but miscueing his penalty into the crowed was one to forget.

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JOE NEWELL 8

Kept Hibs ticking in the middle of the pitch and his composure was replicated in front of goal. Finished at left-back again.

NOHAN KENNEH 7

Former Leeds midfielder was always always available to receive in the anchor role. Neat and tidy in possession.

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EWAN HENDERSON 8

Very impressive once again. Playing off the left flank, he caused Bonnyrigg all sorts of problems and took his goals well.

CHRISTIAN DOIDGE 6

Gave Hibs a focal point in attack without actually posing much a threat in front of goal.

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ELIAS MELKERSEN 7

Playing off a target man seems to suit him. Norwegian got himself into good areas and was unlucky not to score.

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LEWIS MILLER 6

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For Cadden 72mins. Australian right-back got valuable minutes under his belt.

KYLE McCLELLAND 6

For Porteous 72mins. Young defender signed from Rangers looked solid enough.

JOSH CAMPBELL 6

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For Stevenson 72min. Deployed in midfield, had a decent attempt from distance.

MOMODO BOJAN 7

For McGeady 72 mins. Gambian nearly made a scoring debut after a rounding keeper well but his effort was cleared off the line.

JACOB BLANEY 6

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For Doidge 89. Late sub.