Last updated : 26 May 2003 By Andy Burton
We've got Neil Moss (number 25)
Neil didn't have the best of games at the Millennium Stadium - there was the od moment or 3 where hearts would have missed a beat or two. Neil wasn't really tested by Lincoln whose attack was kept fairly quiet by the quartet in front of him.

We've got Neil Young (number 2)
Neil may not get forward to score too many goals, but put in a solid performance at right back - just as we have come to expect. He may not be as fast as some players, but skill and experience make up for that.

We've got Carl Fletcher (number 7)
What can be said about Captain Marvel that hasn't already been said?? Not only two well taken goals, but a solid performance at the back.

We've got Philip Gulliver (number 20)
Probably the best performance of his loan spell was saved for the Millennium Stadium. A solid performance at the back, giving nothing away.

We've got Warren Cummings (number 28)
Since Warren's return to Dean Court, he has claimed the left back position and has caused no end of problems with his surging runs down the left hand side of the pitch. The play-off final was no exception - outstanding.

We've got Wizard Wade Elliott (number 11)
Wade was inspired weaving his magic down the right, and worked well with his partner in crime, Jamie Hayter, and could have scored a couple as well.

We've got Marcus Browning (number 4)
A worthy winner of the man of the match champagne, creating the first goal for Steve Fletcher. An outstanding performance, and has been inspirational in the centre of midfield.

We've got Stephen Purches (number 3)
A fantastic run from his own area nicely rounded off with a goal set Bournemouth on their way in the second half. Could have had two more goals on the day, but a volley off the shin did very nicely thank you!!

We've got Garreth O'Connor (number 12)
Is said to be the most difficult man to get the ball from, and it showed with some great runs from midfield, justifiably rewarded with a great individual goal. PLEASE SIGN A NEW CONTRACT!!

We've got Steve Fletcher (number 10)
A big game for big Steve Fletcher. Scored a superb goal worthy of a much higher grade of football, as well as setting Garreth O'Connor on his way for his goal.

We've got Jamie Hayter (number 14)
Jamie may not have scored - he was favourite to score the first - but worked well with Wade Elliott down the right hand side. Recent performances, and goals, got us to the final, a shame he didn't net one himself.