An 84th-minute equaliser cost Matlock Town two points as visitors Marine fought back for a 2-2 EvoStik Northern Premier League draw. Matlock had recovered from an interval deficit to lead, but again their failure to put a consistent 90-minute performance together proved to be their downfall as more points were dropped. Even then, the home side should have grabbed all three points and management duo Glenn Kirkwood and Craig Hopkins wll have been disappointed with the result.
A change of heart from a retired goalkeeper has given Matlock Town a major boost and already helped them to three points and a clean sheet. Phil Barnes has returned to the club, just a week after he announced he was hanging up his gloves. The experienced stopper was back between the posts for Matlock’s 1-0 win against Mickleover on Tuesday. Gladiators joint boss Glenn Kirkwood said Barnes contacted him over theweekend saying he wanted to return to the DCJ Group Arena.
Two errors cost Matlock dearly as they slipped to a fifth successive league and cup defeat in a 2-1 home loss to Whitby Town. A goalkeeping mistake was at the heart of the Seasiders’ opener before, with just two minutes left, Dwayne Wiley misread the bounce of the ball midway inside his own half, leaving a clear route forward for Michael Roberts to net. That came after Luis Rose had deservedly levelled for Matlock, who looked the more likely to go on and collect the three points.
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