Jamie Shaul: Set up Scott Taylor with some fine work in the first half and did well to deny Tommy Makinson a fourth try in the second half. Ran well throughout the entire game. 7

Bureta Faraimo: Simply has to improve in defence. Makinson made a fool out of him at times in the first half and it proved costly. Did well on the ball, though, seeing plenty of it. 5

Josh Griffin : A reasonably quiet night for the newly crowned player of the year as he couldn’t find the sort of break he has built his season around. 6

Carlos Tuimavave: He was a constant threat on the ball and he gave it his all on the night to try and send those leaving the club off in the best possible fashion. 7

Ratu Naulago: Did well defensively and came inside regularly to get on the ball. He’ll disappointed with his end of season form, though. 6

Albert Kelly: Tried to make things happen with his kicking game in the second half, but didn’t have much luck and he had an early night after being sin-binned for dissent. 6

Marc Sneyd: Not his greatest night by any stretch of the imagination. Another whose form has seen a real dip in the closing weeks of the season. 6

Scott Taylor : The prop forward got himself over the line but he was a menace with and without the ball on the night through the middle. 7

Hull FC's Scott Taylor scores against St Helens
Hull FC's Scott Taylor scores against St Helens

Danny Houghton: Went off early in the first half with a calf problem. 6

Chris Satae: So difficult to tackle, he could have a real impact next season. Was pulled down just two metres short from the line in the first half. 7

Mark Minichiello (star man): A true legend turned in a performance that was in keeping of his typical high standards, he’ll be sorely missed next season. 7

Jordan Lane: A solid effort from the youngster, he’ll be pushing for a starting spot next season. 7

Gareth Ellis: A superb performance from the veteran, particularly in defence. 7

Josh Bowden: Ran well but most of his efforts came in defence. 6

Jake Connor: Did well when he came off the bench, despite playing at hooker for periods. 6

Masi Matongo: Impressed when he was called upon. Another who will look to have another big season next year. 6

Brad Fash: Also played hooker when he came on and did alright without really catching the eye. 6

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