Ratings: 'Increasingly has the measure of League One' - check out Barnsley FC's star turn in win over Shrewsbury Town

Barnsley striker Devante Cole, who provided an assist and scored a goal against Shrewsbury - to take his season's tally into double figures. Picture: Bruce Rollinson

Killip: Protected well on his home league bow in first half. Had to be on his toes on the resumption. 6

Williams: Sloppy with one or two passes. Not vintage by his high standards, but did his bit to get a clean sheet still. 6

De Gevigney: In control, aside from one moment where he tugged the shirt of Benning. Coming along rather nicely. 7

McCart: Kept busy at times, but remained pretty solid. 7

Cotter: His blockbuster shot led to the Reds penalty. Sporadically threatened in first half. 6

Kane: Coolly-taken penalty. Some nice stuff in first half and held his ground in the second. Responsible. 7

Russell: Involved more in the first half than second. 6

Cadden: Not far away with a curling free-kick. Some nice deliveries and made a key goalline clearance on resumption. 7

Styles: A shame he had to come off, as he was having fun after scoring. The midfielder was hobbling gingerly after picking up a knock towards the interval and made way at the break. 7

Cole: Totally undressed Dunkley to set up Styles’s second. Much more than just a goalscorer. Showed leadership and quality. Class act at this level, summed up by a fine third. Increasingly has the measure of League One. 8

McAtee: Posed his former club problems with his ability to drop deep and his energy and hard running. 7

Substitutes: Phillips (Styles 45) 6.

Watters (McAtee 64) 7.

O’Keefe (Cotter 64) 6.

Dodgson (Cadden 64) 7.

Benson (Cole 78), 6.

Not used: Flavell, Benson, Shepherd.