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Reserves Win At Macclesfield

Shaun Miller scored his second goal in as many reserve games to give the Railwaymen a 1-0 win over Macclesfield Town and continue his push into the first team frame.

The game also gave chance for Billy Jones, Steve Jones and Neil Cox to gain some much needed match fitness.

With Boyle going back to Everton now his loan period has ended Billy Jones is expected to slot straight back into the left back position that he lost through injury earlier in the season. Billy lasted 75 minuted before being replaced as a precaution.

The full team was:

fon Williams, Westwood, B. Jones (Tootle), Bancroft. Lappin, Cox, Bailey (Murphy), Carrington, S. Jones, Miller & Moore









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Date:Tuesday April 22 2008

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