Ten things about Notts County away!

First of all another huge thank you to young Will McGinnis for his excellent chauffeuring to and from Notts County on Boxing Day. Notts County have a fabulous history as the oldest professional football league club, and one of the twelve founding members of the English Football League in 1888. Meadow Lane is certainly quite…

SLE Prediction League 2018/2019: Carlisle United (Away)

Here is what you have to do! Submit your score and attendance prediction either on our forum (if you are able to login), on the Star Lane End Facebook page or email them to Gmacworth@aol.com. The Silkmen travel to Cumbria to face Carlisle United and the deadline for predictions is at 2.00p.m. on Saturday 29th December.…

A View From The West: Notts County (A)

Ryan Cawley returns to give us his ratings following the Silkmen’s cracking Boxing Day down at Meadow Lane: O’Hara – 7 – Brave on a couple of occasions. Wasn’t really tested other than part of a defence that stood firm when under the cosh for 20 or so second half minutes. Pearson – 7.5 –…

Man of the Match: Notts County (Away)

Silkmen fans were rewarded with a late Christmas present as a Scott Wilson brace earned Macclesfield Town a vital win against the Magpies of Notts County. It was a memorable Boxing Day clash for those Silkmen fans at Meadow Lane and their were many good performances from those wearing our beloved blue and white shirts,…

Merry Christmas from The Star Lane End!

On behalf of myself, Andy Worth and Matthew Todd, I would like to wish all of the Star Lane members a very Merry Christmas. Thank you to everyone for your contributions, whether that’s with writing articles for the site, joining in with competitions or taking part in discussions on the forum or social media websites.…

Ten things about Port Vale on Saturday!!

First of all a huge thank you to  everyone who contributed towards the very worthwhile cause that was in support of the Etchells family, and also to Steve Mundy, Andy Mellor, Helen Davidson & Julian Bramhall who worked so hard around the ground in encouraging people to donate. Because of work commitments over the weekend, PBJ…

View From The Other Side: Notts County

SLE caught up with Notts County fan Joshua Murfet ahead of our vital Boxing Day fixture: Introduce yourself: ‘Im Joshua Murfet and I’ve supported Notts all my life. I’ve been a season ticket solder since the 2015/16 season.’ What do you think of your season so far? ‘I reckon we will have a lot of…

A View From The West: Port Vale (H)

Ryan Cawley provides the Star Lane End with his ratings following Saturday’s 0-0 draw at home to Port Vale: O’Hara – 7.5 – Didn’t have a lot to do, could have nipped off for a turkey butty and Vale still wouldn’t have scored. One good save. Pearson – 8.5 – MOM – James was committed…

SLE Prediction League 2018/2019: Notts County (Away)

Here is what you have to do! Submit your score and attendance prediction either on our forum (if you are able to login), on the Star Lane End Facebook page or email them to Gmacworth@aol.com. The Silkmen travel to Meadow Lane on Boxing Day and the deadline for predictions is at 2.00p.m. on Wednesday 26th December.…

Man of the Match: Port Vale (Home)

The Silkmen picked up a point against the Valients of Port Vale as a bumper crowd at the Moss Rose watched what many have described as an entertaining 0-0 draw. There were many encouraging displays from those players wearing the blue and white of Macclesfield Town, however which Silkmen player do you feel had a…

MACC FAIL TO BREAK DOWN VALE

A bumper crowd of nearly 4,000 turned out to watch what, despite the scoreline, was a highly entertaining encounter. Macclesfield made two changes with Marsh replacing the injured Elliott Durrell and Jordan Ponticelli coming in instead of Danny Whitaker, who I assume was also on the sick list. The loss of both these players was…

SLE Prediction League 2018/2019: Port Vale (Home)

Here is what you have to do! Submit your score and attendance prediction either on our forum (if you are able to login), on the Star Lane End Facebook page or email them to Gmacworth@aol.com. The Silkmen entertain Port Vale in a local clash and the deadline for predictions is at 2.00p.m. on Saturday 22nd December.…