Ty­rone keen to fire up

Macclesfield Express - - SPORT - STEVEN DALE

TY­RONE Marsh ad­mits that he can’t wait to get started af­ter seal­ing his move to Mac­cles­field Town ahead of the 2017/18 sea­son.

Marsh fea­tured for The Silk­men in the pre-sea­son friendly with Derby County on Satur­day and the con­fir­ma­tion of his sign­ing was re­vealed shortly af­ter­wards.

Now, with his fu­ture sorted, Marsh re­vealed that he is look­ing for­ward to play­ing along­side his new team-mates.

“I can’t wait to get started,” he said.

“We’ve got a good team, a good sta­dium and I’m look­ing for­ward to the sea­son to start.

“It’s been a tough pre­sea­son for me and I have been train­ing else­where, but I wanted to come to Mac­cles­field and now it’s sorted I’m de­lighted with the way it’s turned out. Like I say, I can’t wait to get go­ing now.”

Marsh, who was in­tro­duced by man­ager John Askey at half-time dur­ing the game against The Rams, also ac­knowl­edged the im­pres­sive per­for- mance by his side on the day.

“I thought we did well in both halves, es­pe­cially the first.

“We have to re­mem­ber they (Derby) are a Cham­pi­onship side and aim­ing to reach the Pre­mier League. For that rea­son alone, I think we did well.

“It’s clear to see that all the lads stick to­gether and they like to play foot­ball. They are very good on the ball. The style of foot­ball they play here is a nice change at this level, but a very good change.

“Ev­ery­one wants to play foot­ball and I think it’s a big rea­son why I’ll en­joy this year.”

Macc have also signed for­mer Ch­ester mid­fielder El­liott Dur­rell on a twoyear deal.

‘The style of foot­ball they play here is a nice change at this level’

Prest­bury Cricket Club held a sixes com­pe­ti­tion on Sun­day. Spon­sored by KAT UK, the photo shows the fi­nal­ist, Prest­bury School PTA 1 v Prest­bury Vil­lage Club, the even­tual win­ners

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