London Irish Wild Geese outplayed us, admits Barnstaple's Kevin Squire
Director of rugby Kevin Squire admitted Barnstaple were outplayed by London Irish Wild Geese.
The National Three south west leaders won 72-17 in Saturday's match in Middlesex – Barum's heaviest defeat of the season.
The visitors took a 10-8 lead with a try by Tom Skelding but paid a heavy price for a succession of missed tackles on opponents who were already too quick for them.
Squire said: "We lived with them for a while but it was only a matter of time before they broke us down.
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"They dominated us everywhere on the park – they had too much for us right across the field.
"We just have to take it on the chin and look forward to the next match."
On Saturday, Barnstaple are at home to bottom side Maidenhead who won for the first time since October 6 at the weekend when they beat Avonmouth Old Boys 25-20.