Matlock Town boss Mark Hume is urging his uplayers to make sure their season does not go flat after their 3-0 defeat at Darlington 1883 on Tuesday night.
The 2015/16 FA Groundsman of the Year Awards has now opened and Derbyshire FA, in partnership with The FA, is on the hunt for the next National winner.
Matlock Town climbed into 13th spot on Tuesday night as they kicked off a busy February, which sees them play six more league matches.
A crazy game brought fantastic entertainment as Ashton United and Matlock Town shared eight goals in horrible conditions at Hurst Cross on Saturday.
Substitute Joel Purkiss scored twice to rescue Matlock Town a point in a thrilling 4-4 draw at Ashton United after the Gladiators had seen a 2-0 half-time lead wiped away by a four-goal burst from the home side in the Evo-Stik Northern Premier League Premier Division this afternoon.
Matlock Town boss Mark Hume was not impressed with his side’s 2-1 weekend win over Hyde United.
Britain is a country full of sport fanatics on all ends of the spectrum. Whether it’s football or bowls, motor sport or bridge, the fans are people from all walks of life who will put their heart and soul into sport.
After a slow start Matlock improved as the game went on to recover from conceding an early goal and deservedly taking all three points with a 2-1 win over Hyde United.
Perhaps surprisingly, in view of the frosty conditions, all but one of the scheduled Central Midlands League midweek fixtures took place.
Mark Hume may be able to include three more players in his squad as Matlock hope to play their first game of 2016 at home to Hyde United on Saturday.
In a superbly entertaining match that reflected the NPL Academy League in the best possible light, Matlock Academy claimed a 2-1 win over Belper Town Academy in this top of the table clash.
Mark Hume says there is still work to be done to maintain the progress Matlock Town have made over the last year.