Extended match highlights from Quorn's game on Tuesday, against Matlock Town in the FA Cup.
Quorn AFC Manager and Assistant Manager, Cleveland Taylor and Neil Pursglove give their thoughts after a 2-0 lose at home against a strong Matlock Town ...
17 - Dawson with a long range effort for Quorn...not a bad effort but goes over the bar 0-0 #COYG
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