Matlock


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Matlock

a town in England, on the River Derwent, administrative centre of Derbyshire: mineral springs. Pop.: 11 265 (2001)
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provision of a cash float to the Matlock Bath Illuminations.
The sporting duo cut the ribbon with the Mayor of Matlock, Councillor David Hughes, and others as a sheaf of white heather was once again tossed into the clear waters for good luck as it was in 1934.
Matlock were looking to finish on a high themselves and Marcus Marshall gave the hosts a warning sign.
Matlock, a generation younger than Haraldsson, has been deeply engaged in reincarnation studies for over 35 years.
Matlock just about shaded the opening exchanges but it was Stafford who struck the first blow on 15 minutes when Joe Cuff clipped the ball over the exposed Ross Durrant.
'An extreme player shortage' - with as many as 13 regulars unavailable - led to Matlock assistant manager Fleming being forced into action against Boston United in the Integro Cup.
It was a temporary reprieve for the hosts as Gavin Cogdon broke the deadlock two minutes later, following up after Foley's drive forced Matlock keeper Richard Walton into a smart save.
'I don't know too much about the whole thing but I thought it would be good to come and see for myself,' Matlock told The Korea Times.
Human remains, believed to be those of a man, were recovered from the garden of a property at Matlock Road on Tuesday night.
Derby Crown Court was told how Hussain was found managing a curry house in Matlock, Derbyshire, when he was arrested for an unrelated offence.
MARINE came away from Causeway Lane with a point after an entertaining 2-2 draw against Matlock Town in the Evo-Stik League Northern Premier Division.
ADAM McHugh staked a claim to become Blyth Spartans' first-choice goalkeeper with a magnificent display between the sticks at Matlock Town last night.