Rotherham United: Millers players ratings from the win over Brentford win
The Star's Millers man, Paul Davis, assesses the players after their 1-0 Championship victory against the Bees - the first three-point haul for manager Alan Stubbs.
Lee Camp 7
Solid show. Brentford’s best efforts went wide, but Rotherham’s No 1 was there when needed.
Darnell Fisher 7
Caught out of position defensively a couple of times, but the pacy right-back looks a promising signing.
Dominic Ball 7
His best display so far. Assured in possession, decent passing and quick into the tackle.
Kelvin Wilson 8
As his fitness improves, so does his form. Reads the game really well and puts himself in the right places.
Will Vaulks 6
Still adjusting to the pace of the Championship. More needed from him on the ball. Some crucial tackles.
Tom Adeyemi 6
Added physical presence to the midfield and was making an encouraging debut until injured.
Jon Taylor 6
A scampering threat at times on the right. A great first-half cross almost brought a goal for Danny Ward.
Scott Allan 6
Moments of brilliance - like the pass for Ward’s match-winner - but sometimes gave the ball away cheaply.
Izzy Brown 7
Would have been an 8 if he’d continued his first-half form throughout. Exciting talent and more to come.
Danny Ward 8
Worked hard and caused problems. One second-half defensive header almost as important as his goal.
Richie Smallwood 6
Slowed down Millers attacks a couple of times but an important defensive presence after replacing Adeyemi at half-time.
Anthony Forde 6
Came on for Allan in the 84th minute when fresh legs were needed, although no time to make an impact.
Joe Mattock 6
On for Brown with two minutes to go. Dropped at left-back in favour of right-footed Stephen Kelly, so clearly needs to win over boss Alan Stubbs.
Subs not used: Price, Wood, Forster-Caskey, Yates.
Brentford (4-2-3-1): Bentley 7; Colin 7, Dean 7, Egan 7, Elder 6; Woods 8, Yennaris 6; Vibe 6 (McEachran 84), Sawyers (Ledesma 77) 5, McLeod (Saunders 58) 5; Hogan 7. Subs not used: Kurasik, Bjelland, Kerschbaumer, Clarke.
Goal: Danny Ward 32 (Rotherham).
Referee: James Adcock (Notts) 7.
Attendance: 8,367 (459).