Il pareggio di Matelica negli highlights della 23^ giornata. Forza Lupi!
Jesina Avezzano Serie D 22 Giornata Andrei Ciolacu Attaccante Avezzano vittoria assist goal.
Successo per 2-1 per il Tolentino nel derby con la Jesina, deciso da Minnozzi e Padovani. Le interviste.
20^ giornata - Serie D girone F #Rete8 #JesinaSNNotaresco.
20^ giornata - Serie D girone F #Rete8 #GiulianovaMatelica.
Società Sportiva Matelica Calcio, commonly referred to as Matelica, is an Italian football club founded in 1921 and based in Matelica, Marche.
Matelita Buadromo is a swimmer from the islands of Moala and Rotuma. She has competed internationally since she was eleven and won a bronze medal at the 2012 Oceania Swimming Championships in the 200m freestyle event.
Ferenc Jesina was a Slovak track and field athlete who competed for Hungary in the 1908 Summer Olympics. He was born in Trnava.
Società Sportiva Dilettantistica Jesina Calcio is an Italian association football club located in Jesi, Marche.
Jesika Malečková is a Czech tennis player. Malečková has won seven singles and nine doubles titles on the ITF Women's Circuit.
Matelica is a comune of the Province of Macerata in the Italian region of Marche. Located about 60 kilometres (37 mi) southwest of Ancona and 35 kilometres (22 mi) west of Macerata, it extends over an area of 81.04 square kilometres (31.29 sq mi).
Matelica Cathedral is a Roman Catholic cathedral in Matelica, Marche, Italy, dedicated to the Assumption of the Virgin Mary. Formerly the episcopal seat of the Diocese of Matelica, it is now a co-cathedral in the Diocese of Fabriano-Matelica.
Mateiu Ion Caragiale was a Romanian poet and prose writer, best known for his novel Craii de Curtea-Veche, which portrays the milieu of boyar descendants before and after World War I. Caragiale's style, associated with Symbolism, the Decadent movement of the fin de siècle, and early modernism, was an original element in the Romanian literature of the interwar period. In other late contributions, Caragiale pioneered detective fiction locally, but there is disagreement over whether his work in the field produced a complete narrative or just fragments.
Matei Călinescu was Romanian literary critic and professor of comparative literature at Indiana University, in Bloomington, Indiana.