Will Vaulks has all but carved his name into the Starshot trophy after a sterling season for the Bairns.
*** Will Vaulks
Injured, but you couldn’t tell. Continues to drive the Bairns over the line and put his body on the line to stop a certain goal for Hardie in the first half. When called upon, the Bairns vice-captain is always there. Will be a big miss next week in the shoot-out versus Morton.
** Mark Kerr
The understated influence on the Bairns who keeps things ticking over. Never flashy, never flamboyane, but always effective he is the vital middle cog in the Bairns team which keeps everything moving. Rarely caught out of position and is just incredibley efficient in both his perfromance level and his care of the ball
* Bob McHugh
If points were tallied by minutes played, McHugh would have won the award hands down. Yet another telling impact from the bench. Without McHugh, as Falkirk have been for long stretches of this season, they’d be well off the pace. Had they had him and the striker had a clean bill of health where could they be? Fast becoming a cult hero, he left it late again, but did his job when it mattered.
Starshot: 33 Vaulks; 31 Kerr; 27 Baird; 24 Sibbald; 21 Grant; 19 Alston; 15 Rogers; 14 McHugh; 13 Miller; 10 Muirhead; 7 Watson; 6 Hippolyte, Taiwo; 5 Leahy; 4 Smith; 3 McCracken, McCann; 2 O’Hara.