BRITISH AND IRISH LIONS
1. Cian Healy - 6
Ran well from base of the ruck and first receiver early on, but injury marred the day for the Lions.
2. Rory Best - 6
Continued to struggle at the line-out but ran well in the loose, will need to improve if he wants the Test jersey.
3. Dan Cole - 7
His usual physical self and dominated Manu in the scrum. Acts like an extra back-row when it comes to the breakdown.
4. Alun Wyn Jones - 6
Quiet game considering the score-line, but goes about his job superbly without taking credit. Yellow card for professional foul, but a Test place is definitely up for grabs.
5. Ian Evans - 7
A strong performance and commands the ball well in the air. Unfortunate to be behind O'Connell, Gray and Jones considering the year he's had.
6. Tom Croft - 7
Continued his impressive scoring record for the Lions with another try following the three he scored in 2009, but it's his natural ability that is so crucial to the team.
7. Sean O'Brien - 8
Showed his attacking prowess with a brilliant game going forward to show Warren Gatland what he can do. At fault for one of the Force tries and was bumped in a few tackles, but was one of the standout performers in attack.
8. Jamie Heaslip - 8
Ran extremely well all game and always looked to offload. His battle with Toby Faletau for the Test spot will be a welcome headache for the coaching staff.
9. Conor Murray - 7
Showed his physicality at times but didn't have as big an impact as Mike Phillips did last weekend. Looks to be moulded as the Welshman's replacement, but his link-up with Sexton is something to think about.
10. Jonathan Sexton - 9
Commanded the game superbly, bringing the dangerous backline into play throughout. Played deep behind the gainline to allow runners to hit the ball at pace, and his kicking from hand - especially to touch - was impeccable.
11. George North - 8
There will not be a single winger in world rugby that will look forward to tackling this man, and he constantly took aim at the opposition to barrel over them. Came in well to look for work, showing what a threat he is to the Aussies.
12. Manu Tuilagi - 8
Looked assured at 12 and showed an alternative game to that of Jamie Roberts. His link up play and offloading with O'Driscoll was sublime and a delight to watch, and he consistently knocked defenders backwards whenever he got the ball.
13. Brian O'Driscoll - 9
The four-tour veteran picked up two tries in a typical performance that we have come to expect from him. Ran off Tuilagi's shoulder well and led the side as if he'd never been away from the Lions captaincy.
14. Tommy Bowe - 7
Tried to find work and hit gaps, but he still doesn't look fully fit. Showed a glimmer of what he could do in the first half with a break up field and got on the score sheet.
15. Leigh Halfpenny - 8
He just never misses. 11 out of 11 from the tee and was assured at the back. One worrying moment when caught up-field and Western Force gained 70m because of it, but is surely nailed-on for the Test spot.
Best off the bench: Mako Vunipola - 8
Introduced early due to Healy's injury, but will have impressed Gatland with what he had to offer. Ran hard at the defence and finished a try well, and with the Injury to the Irish prop, will he start the first Test in Brisbane?
1. Salesi Manu - 4 - Struggled to cope with the pressure at the scrum, and offered little around the park.
2. James Hilterbrand - 4 - Missed his jumpers on a number of occasions and struggled to keep his throw straight. Seemed to crack under the pressure of the occasion.
3. Salesi Ma'afu - 5 - Pushed in vain at the scrum, but defended well when on the back-foot. Superb tackle prevented a Tuilagi try.
4. Toby Lynn - 5 - Harassed the Lions jumpers well, but will have wanted more against an occasionally misfiring Lions lineout.
5. Phoenix Battye - 5 - Tackled hard all game long but was simply over-powered when it came to the battle up front.
6. Angus Cottrell - 4 - Largely ineffectual throughout the game, and the mind struggles to recall any impact at all from the blindside flanker.
7. Matt Hodgson - 6 - Led his side well, but will not have been the performance he was looking for. A stand-out performer for the Force in a poor performance.
8. Richard Brown - 6 - Claimed the first try for his side but wasn't given an inch to run from with O'Brien and Croft sniping around the scrum.
9. Brett Sheehan - 6 - Constantly reminded us of why he is regarded as Australian rugby's best sledger, but offered little in terms of play. Kicked well on the opportunities he had, but he may want to focus more on his game than his mouth.
10. Sam Norton-Knight - 5 - A big hit on Heaslip when on his try-line will have put a smile on his face, but that was about it for the fly-half. Offered little in terms of danger and attack.
11. Corey Brown - 5 - Quiet, but wasn't given the opportunities to attack with quick ball. Demonstrated his pace to race 70m after a Hodgson clearance kick, but little else.
12. Chris Tuatara-Morrison - 4 - Failed to pick up the giant Lions runners again and again, and left gaps in the defence that let Tuilagi and O'Driscoll run free all game.
13. Ed Stubbs - 3 - Yellow carded for killing the ball when a try beckoned, and rushed up far too quickly again and again to allow the Lions' backs space and time to unpick the defence.
14. Dane Haylett-Petty - 4 - Smashed by Tuilagi when the England centre got his hands on the ball for the first time, and looked to struggle for the rest of the game. Not surprising when faced with the towering George North.
15. Sam Christie - 6 - Defended well and was a safe pair of hands under the high ball. Always looked to counter when he got the ball, but his impact from these counters were minimal.
Best from the bench: Lachlan McCaffrey - 5 - Finished the second try which he featured heavily in the build-up play.