But the Harriers boss wasn’t too down that they still haven’t got a win on the board.
Their 0-0 draw at home to the Bucks followed Saturday’s 3-3 thriller at Alfreton.
New boss MacFarlane told the club’s website that he is happy with the team’s progress.
“It was a typical derby in that it was frenetic at times and we just needed to be a bit calmer in that final moment,” he said.
“But in terms of the other side of the game – we gave up no chances, really; our organisation was very good, and our work ethic was very good.
“We just need to tidy up that final moment, but the clean sheet is a positive.
“At the start of the match we started with the energy and tempo that I want to see from the side and, as the game went on, we were really on top and the second half was total domination.”