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Hull 5 Rotherham 1: The player ratings

Rotherham's season ended in disappointing fashion as they went down to a 5-1 defeat at a rampant Hull.

After taking the lead early on through Lee Frecklington they were then blown away by the Tigers who go into the play-offs in fine fettle.

Here's how the Millers players rated at the KC Stadium, with the chance to add your own.

Lee Camp 6 – Again made a string of saves to deny Hull double figures, but will be disappointed with his effort for the third goal.

Stephen Kelly 6 – Had a tough afternoon against Robert Snodgrass and Andrew Robertson.

Kirk Broadfoot 5 – Exposed by the pace and movement of Hull's front two, which made it a long 90 minutes.

Richard Wood 5 – Also caught out by a rampant Hull attack, Wood was part of the Millers defence that was run ragged.

Frazer Richardson 4 – The right-back, playing at left-back, endured a torrid time against Ahmed Elmohamady and Moses Odubajo.

Greg Halford 6 – Was not as effective in his defensive shield role, but it was difficult with the Tigers swarming forward.

Grant Ward 6 – Offered moments of promise on the counter-attack but end product was lacking.

Lee Frecklington 7 – Provided Rotherham's best moment with his early goal, kept trying to the end.

Richie Smallwood 6 – Part of a midfield that was overrun at times and missed a crucial chance to level at 2-2.

Danny Ward 5 – Contributed very little on the left hand side and wasted possession, not the way he would have wanted his season to end.

Jonson Clarke-Harris 5 – A first start since February, Clarke-Harris found it tough against Michael Dawson and Curtis Davies.

Leon Best 5 – On as a second-half replacement for Clarke-Harris but did not offer anything.

Darnell Bailey-King 5 - A late debut for the youngster who didn't get the chance to do much.

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