Ali Al-Habsi - 5
Let down a bit by the back four. Made a couple of decent saves to keep the scoreline respectable.
Garath McCleary - 5
Left the right side quite open for the first goal, but improved his game in the second half when he moved to his more favoured position on the right wing.
Paul McShane - 5
Just the same as the rest of the back four really. McShane has had a reasonably good start to his Reading career, and hopefully he can build on this next season.
Jake Cooper - 5
The defending for all of the goals was embarrassing, sadly Cooper stood out for the second goal for the wrong reasons.
Chris Gunter - 5
Definitely not the Welshman's best day. Looked uncomfortable out of his natural position.
Josh Barrett - 5
A lot more quiet compared to his appearance last week at the Madejski and got substituted at half time. Still a very exciting prospect for next season though.
Danny Williams - 6
Was a bit more involved with the game compared to recent weeks and looked strong in midfield. Williams was desperate to get a shot away but could not make them effective.
Oliver Norwood - 5
A little bit non-existent throughout the game, but didn't really do anything wrong either.
Stephen Quinn - 6
Ran and ran and then ran a little bit more. A typical Quinn performance which we can look forward to next season.
Yann Kermorgant - 6
Had a decent half of football, topped off by a fantastic free kick to get the Royals' last goal of the 15/16 season.
Deniss Rakels - 5
A quiet afternoon for the Latvian, who didn't really trouble Blackburn even though the work rate was there.
Hal Robson-Kanu - 5
His last appearance in a Reading shirt, and this was reflected in his performance. Hopefully he has a successful summer in France for Wales, and finds a decent club to ply his trade next season.
Rob Dickie - 6
A great second half debut from the young defender. He's had a good season out on loan, winning the national league with Cheltenham, and like Barrett shows that there is a lot to be excited about with our academy graduates.