Whilst Logica impressed in a first half in which they carved out the better and more plentiful chances, they still found themselves 3-0 down at the interval. Three more second half goals emphasised the challenge Logica face in avoiding relegation, although any pessimism should be qualified by the observation that Bec are one of the best sides in this division, and indeed moved up to second place on the back of this victory with two games in hand over leaders Eagles.
Again, Logica were impressive in small patches, but ultimately again failed to turn chances into goals whilst simultaneously leaking goals at the back. Joe Tallett was one of those patches, and his skill and refusal to throw in the towel found him at the heart of many of Logica's best moves. Typical of his contrution was a crisply hit volley which flashed inches wide of the post early on, after his quick thinking had created the opportunity with a quick throw-in.
The fact that Logica's centre half pairing both impressed the electorate underlines the quandry Logica face. Chris Dann had one of his best games of the season. He was first to almost everything and his no-nonsense tackling repeatedly stopped Bec attacks in their tracks. Along side him, Fazel covered as brilliantly as ever, and the own goal sliced off a shiny new boot was a harsh punishment for what was otherwise an impressive display. And yet despite both centre halves playing so well, Logica still lost 6-0.