Date: 26th October 2010 at 11:38am
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From Vital Macclesfield:

Alas unlike last weekends stuff of legends, against the Learned Oxford, the Silkmen were unable to come from behind and beat the Barnet blokes from one of London’s slopes. The buzzing Bees, a common London nickname it seems are a side in truth we had high hopes of beating, yet despite the absence of 6-7 first teamers and a second half swashbuckling swansong in the smoke, we Silkmen came away with any fruit from their looms.

Barnet, themselves beset by injury, came out of the blocks like a 100 metre runner on anabolic steroids, whilst the Silky Lion slept. On 9 Nsiala, beside Brown in the centre, naively allowed Byrne to quite beautifully flick George Francombe’s throughball over him; before brilliantly firing into Jose Veiga’s top left-hand corner.

The Bees continued to dominate the first half as Macc continued to lose every second ball; to say the sorrowful Silkmen were a yard off the pace would be fair, albeit the youngsters will be bound to blow hot and cold. Aristote Nsiala made up for his earlier error with a fantastic telescopic last ditch challenge on pacey wide boy Vilhete. Nat Brown, playing this season with the consistency of a crème Brule, also blocked a cert from Mark Marshall as the Bees continued to waste their supremacy.

Given we had so many out it says something for the aspirations of team Macc, with both the management and the players disappointed but desperate to put things right. How nice to have belief each and every time Saturday comes.

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