BRITISH AND IRISH LIONS...
1. Alex Corbisiero - 7/10
The injury replacement looked comfortable in his first appearance in a Lions shirt, and following a mammoth 40-hour flight from Argentina to Australia, the prop will be pleased with his evening's work.
2. Richard Hibbard - 6
Struggled in the line-out, which is becoming a key weakness in the Lions squad. Whichever hooker finds his throwing hands first still stands a good chance of starting the first Test.
3. Dan Cole - 7
Got stuck into the Combined Country's front-row in the scrum, and continued his good work in the loose. Despite Adam Jones's status as one of Gatland's key men, Cole is definitely putting his hand up for Test selection.
4. Richie Gray - 6
Left at half-time and again disappointed as we know what he is capable of. Needs to have a bigger impact on the game as the competition in the second-row heats up.
5. Ian Evans - 7
The stand out lock, he was very impressive in the air as he dominated the line-out, and if he continues to play well while going about his work quietly, he may sneak into the Test side.
6. Sean O'Brien - 9
Has had a really impressive start to the tour, and he showed both sides of his game today. We have become accustomed to his impact running game, but he showed an attacking prowess and quick hands to link-up the forwards and backs when looking to counter attack.
7. Justin Tipuric - 8
Another exemplary performance from the natural openside, and on form alone, he surely has to start in the Test side. The more he plays, the more pressure he is putting on the broad shoulders of Sam Warburton, and it'll be interesting to see how the tour captain responds in his next outing.
8. Jamie Heaslip - 8
Another strong game for the Irish captain, who is another that is really putting his hand up for Test selection by hitting form and the right time. His combination play with O'Brien opens opportunities for the Lions, and it may be a partnership that forces its way into the Brisbane encounter.
9. Conor Murray - 7
100 per cent for effort, but he still looks like the replacement for Mike Phillips. Until he shows Gatland that he can bring something to the game that Phillips can't, he will struggle to get into the Test side. A good performance today despite the lack of opposition.
10. Stuart Hogg - 8
Considering the questions surrounding the Scottish full-back's ability to play at 10, Hogg can be very pleased with his performance today. His passing was precise and kept the pace in attack, and on a few occasions he saw gaps open up in front of him - albeit a lot bigger than will be in the Australian defence - and he took his try very well.
11. George North - 8
Another run-out for the giant wing, and he departed at half-time with another two tries under his belt. Having set-up chances against the Reds, it was his turn to simply collect the pass and stride over the line, but his complaint of a tight hamstring will be of slight concern.
12. Jamie Roberts - 7
Was given the time and space that allows him to barrel the ball up the middle of the park. He won't be afforded either when it comes to the Australian side, so he will need to up his game if he is to have the wanted impact as a game-changer.
13. Brian O'Driscoll - 7
His usual classy self, and his never-say-die attitude was summed up in the final minutes, fighting to chip a ball on that was inevitably going into touch before setting up a last gasp try for Jonathan Davies. The Roberts-O'Driscoll partnership didn't fire properly like in 2009, but expect them to get another run-out together before the first Test.
14. Alex Cuthbert - 8
After he struggled last time out, Cuthbert was given another chance to show what he can do, and he took the opportunity to once again demonstrate what a complete finisher he is. Offloaded well in the tackle to open up the game, but his defence will remain an area of concern when he is tested properly.
15. Sean Maitland - 8
Looked comfortable at full-back, and then at wing once he switched to make room for the incoming Leigh Halfpenny. Coped with the high ball with ease and always looked to attack with the ball. Justifying his selection in the tour squad.
Best off the bench: Jonathan Davies - 7
Linked up well with O'Driscoll late on, and he managed to get his name on the score-sheet with the final play of the game.
NSW-QUEENSLAND COUNTRY XI
1. Haydn Hirsimaki - 4 - Struggled to cope with the pace of the game.
2. Josh Mann-Rea - 5 - Coped as well as he could in the line-out against the imposing Lions jumpers.
3. Tim Metcher - 5 - Blown away in the first half, but responded well after the break with his tackling around the fringe.
4. Phoenix Battye - 5 - His second game against the Lions this tour after starting for the Western Force last week, but again was outshone by his opposition.
5. Blake Enever - 4 - Similar to his side's performance, was simply outclassed by the Lions.
6. Richard Stanford - 5 - Tackled well, but it is difficult to stop the Lions when they are playing such an open game.
7. Jarrad Butler - 4 - Played his heart out, as did the rest of his side, but got nowhere against the formidable Lions back-row.
8. Tim Davidson - 4 - Tried to run from the base, but was often chopped down by either O'Brien of Tipuric. Hardly surprising, considering the gulf in class.
9. Michael Snowden - 4 - Got caught a number of the times at the ruck, and he fumbled the ball in his 22m which set-up the final try for the Lions.
10. Angus Roberts - 5 - His clearance bailed his side out, but each time he missed touch it allowed Maitland to run the ball back at speed.
11. Tom Cox - 4 - Didn't try to get into the game as much as he could have, and posed little-to-no attacking threat against the suspect Cuthbert.
12. Tareta-Junior Siakisini - 5 - Had Jamie Roberts running at him for over 50 minutes, with the unenviable task of stopping him. Did well, but there were glimpses when Roberts and O'Driscoll unhinged the Combined Country's centre partnership.
13. Lewie Catt - 5 - Similar to Siakisini, he did his best against the world class O'Driscoll, but he had nothing that the Irishman couldn't cope with.
14. Alex Gibbon - 6 - Tackled his heart out all game, and his try-saving tackle on O'Driscoll late-on summed up his teams display; spirited, but the points were inevitable.
15. Nathan Trist - 4 - Knocked on a few times to allow the Lions territory in crucial areas.
Best off the bench: Dale Ahwang - 5 - Provided a worrying moment for the Lions when his knock-on was not immediately spotted, and he followed it up with a double movement in the Combined Country's closest chance to a try.