Another narrow defeat for Logica, but solo joint Supremo Sapwell remained upbeat at the post match press conference, confident that the elusive "first win is just around the corner. This team have the potential, the effort is always there, and the confidence will rise when that first win comes."

The voters again decided this week that it was Mad Dog himself who was doing most to fulfil that potential. A string of good saves kept Logica in the hunt right up until the final whistle, and whilst Logica did not create as many chances as in previous weeks, they still carved out three or four presentable chances, any one of which might have earned them a point.

Behind Sapwell in this week's poll come the entire midfield quartet, who continue to impress both indivually and as a collective. Logica's best chances were created by, and fell to, these midfielders, as they made good runs beyond the front men. Tallett was again a key player in Logica's best moves, and had perhaps the best chance of an equaliser, whilst one voter was moved to eloquence by Gautam's gutsy display: "He took more knocks than a door ... He was slammed more times than a wrestler ... And he still managed to put in a good performance". Banoub and Heath had a chance apiece after the interval, and their overall displays also garnered some votes.