killock

kil·lock

 (kĭl′ĭk)
n.
Variant of killick.
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Watson (Gorman), Green, Buddle, Hutchinson, Rivers (Wrightson), Reid, Maguire (Langstaff), Hopson, Dale Subs: Mullen, MacDonald BRADFORD PARK AVENUE: Drench, Toulson, Clee, Wroe, Killock, Havern, Vidal (Smith), Pybus (Mulhern), Boyes, Johnson, Spencer (Nowakowski) Subs: Hill, Boshell
Luke George (suspension) and Ross Killock (calf injury) are out.
The visitors deservedly went 2-0 up just after half-time, as Hyde defender Shane Killock headed a clearance over his own keeper, leaving the harrying Gaskell with the simple task of putting the ball into the empty net.
Cowbridge rugby coach Richard Killock coached the serviceman as a junior.
The start of the second half was rather tame in comparison, until the hosts took the lead for the third time with 20 minutes left, Ross Killock volleying in after Boro failed to clear a corner.
The second half was a tame affair in comparison but Ross Killock put Chester ahead for a third time with 20 minutes remaining after Boro failed to clear.
Matt Taylor hit the target on his Chester debut before they had Ross Killock sent off.
Jim Killock, director of the Open Rights Group (ORG), said it was a 'policy move' after revelations about mass surveillance by GCHQ and the American National Security Agency (NSA), the report said.
But anti-censorship campaigner Jim Killock said huge variation in figures showed the flaw in Mr Cameron's plan to install porn filters on home computers.
They have lost just one of their last 14 league games and look value to win at Alfreton, who will be without central defensive pair Ross Killock and Leigh Franks, both of whom were injured during Tuesday's 1-1 draw at Hyde.
Ruthless Wrexham show they open up three-point lead mean business in 2012 BLUE SQUARE BET PREMIER WREXHAM 4 Killock og 32, Creighton 35, Speight 73, Cieslewicz 85 TELFORD UTD 0 A BUMPER New Year's Day crowd just shy of 6,000 were sent home happy from the Racecourse yesterday as Blue Square Bet Premier League leaders Wrexham hammered Shropshire neighbours Telford United and scored four goals without reply for only the second time this season.