1. Ryan Grant - 7/10
His scrimmaging was very good as the Lions pack dominated the Rebels, but the pace looked to be a bit too fast for him. Was caught out in defence on occasion, but he may just come into consideration if the injury to Alex Corbisiero is serious.
2. Richard Hibbard - 7
Missed too early line-outs, but recovered well to land his next 10. His work rate was as high as we've come to expect, but he found himself caught out in defence when the pace increased. Taken off after 54 minutes for Best to save him for the Test bench.
3. Dan Cole - 7
After struggling against Australia having come on in the second half, he wanted a big performance to try and put himself back in contention. His scrimmaging was an improvement, although the opposition was of a much lesser standard, but he could have improved in the loose - an aspect of his game that makes him stand-out from other front-rows worldwide.
4. Richie Gray - 8
His best performance on the tour, having disappointed in his outings previously. His presence in the line-out kept the pressure on the Rebels throw, and his carrying and tackling kept the tourist's on the front foot. If only he had performed like this throughout the tour, he may have started the Tests, though Paul O'Connell's injury may just allow that.
5. Ian Evans - 8
Led the way in line-out steals, and his physicality may be the deciding factor in determining who takes the spot on the bench for Saturday's second Test. He was a nuisance all evening for the Rebels.
6. Dan Lydiate - 7
Captaining the midweek side for the first time, he looked a little conservative in his approach, although his defence was as brilliant as ever. Having had the extra responsibility as leader put on his shoulders by Warren Gatland, he may very well lose his Test replacement berth to Sean O'Brien.
7. Sean O'Brien - 8
Turned-over the ball on a number of occasions, showing that his defence is just as good as his attack. Finished a neat line-out set play showing a lovely side-step on his way to the line, and he may very well find himself on the bench come Saturday.
8. Toby Faletau - 9
He was the Lions stand-out player - again - and he on effort alone he deserves a starting spot in the Test side. The Lions leading ball carrier on the tour, he was superb in breaking the gainline today, and once again questions will arise as to who will start between Faletau and Jamie Heaslip. Deservedly man-of-the-match.
9. Conor Murray - 7
Opened the scoring with a nice finish, picking up the loose ball, pivoting on the spot to avoid the onrushing defence before lunging over from short range. Went to sleep a little after though, becoming less influential on the game, and it's hard to see him featuring in the Test 23.
10. Owen Farrell - 8
Looked very assured playing a lot closer to the gainline. His kicking at goal was truly outstanding landing each of his kicks from near the touchline, and he's actually missed one less than current Test kicker Leigh Halfpenny. Much was said of his temperament, and he looked to be a lot calmer which benefitted his game.
11. Simon Zebo - 7
His skill is something to behold every time he gets the ball, producing something out of nothing whenever he's involved. Looked to get involved at all times, and he appears to become a crowd favourite in no time at all, with cries of 'Zebo, Zebo' ringing out around the ground throughout.
12. Brad Barritt - 7
Did what he does well, which is defend as if his life was on the line. Led the backline to ensure they kept the Rebels scoreless, but he will know that realistically his tour is over.
13. Manu Tuilagi - 7
Showed his pace and power to set-up Sean Maitland's try, taking on three defenders before passing one-handed to the supporting Scot. He didn't look to hold onto the ball when there were opportunities outside him, but Gatland may have wanted just a bit more from the Leicester centre.
14. Sean Maitland - 8
Probably his best outing, though he has probably justified his selection barring the disappointment of last week. He popped-up all over the park to provided an injection of pace to keep the pressure on the home team. Deserved his try for his efforts today.
15. Rob Kearney - 6
A little disappointing, as we all know what he is capable of, but he still looks short on match fitness as he looked to be struggling with the speed of the Lions attack. A shame, as he forced his way into the 2009 side in breathtaking form, but an early injury has robbed him of any similar chance.