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NEXT MEETING

The Girls' Committee meeting and the County meeting due to be held on Tues 10 Feb have been moved to Mon 9 Feb. Both meetings will be held in County Hall, Durham commencing 5.30pm and 6.30pm respectively.

NCSFA RESULTS

  • U18s: Cleveland 3 Durham 2 (HT 2-2)
  • U16 Girls Semi-final: Durham 1 Cheshire 2 (HT 1-1)
  • U16 Girls Semi-final: Lancashire 7 Northumberland 2 (HT 4-1)

ESFA MUNICH TROPHIES UNDER 12 INDOOR 5-a-side CUPS

Education Village, Darlington were winners of the girls' competition. Results and Final Table

The boys' competition was won by Carmel College, Darlington. Results and Final Table

FORTHCOMING MATCHES

  • U18s and U14 Girls v South Yorkshire on Sat 31 Jan at Dearne Valley College, Rotherham S63 7EW ko 11.30am
  • U16 Boys: ESFA quarter-final Durham v Merseyside on Sat 31 Jan at Eden Lane Ground, Peterlee SR8 5DJ ko 1.30pm
  • U18s: Derek Watson Trophy Durham v Northumberland on Tues 10 Feb at Hebburn FC ko 7.45pm

PRIMARY NEWS

  • Harrison Cup: Sunderland fought back from being 2-0 down to gain a deserved draw against Chester-le-treet. Darlington were 3-0 victors over Washington. League table at 20.12.14
  • Derwent & Medomsley Cup: Darlington progressed into the quarter-final with a fine 5-2 victory over Hartlepool.
  • Primary Inter-association 5-a-side: This will be held on Sat 11 Feb at Louisa Centre, Stanley commencing 11am

Durham's representatives in the North Region Finals of the ESFA Danone Nations Cups are Blue Coat Junior CE, Durham (Girls), Chester-le-Street PSFA (Inter-association), Cotsford Junior School, Horden (School Teams) and St Joseph's RC, Murton (Soccer Sevens).

NCSFA

U16 Girls: Results and tables

  • Cheshire and Lancashire will contest the Northern Counties final.

U16 Boys: Results and tables at 28.01.15

  • Northumberland finished top of the group with 15 pts and will have a home tie in the Northern Counties semi-final. Durham by beating South Yorkshire 4-2 to take second place will travel to play the winners of the West League in the semi-final.
  • In the West League 5 of the 10 matches have been played.
  • All qualifying leagues matches are due to be played by Sat 14 Feb.

U18s: Results and tables at 26.01.15

  • Cleveland, by beating Durham 3-2 are top of the East League but have now completed their programme with 10 points. North Yorkshire have also moved onto 10 points after their 5-3 victory over Cumbria but are second because of an inferior goal difference. South Yorkshire lie third with 9 points from 4 matches. Durham in fourth place have 4 points from 3 games.
  • With two matches to play in the East League four counties still have a chance of making the Northern Counties semi-finals. The two remaining games are South Yorkshire v Durham and Durham v Northumberland. A win or a draw for South Yorkshire against Durham would see them finish first in the group with Cleveland second. If Durham win both games they and Cleveland would qualify. If Durham beat South Yorkshire but lose to Northumberland then Cleveland and North Yorkshire are semi-finalists.
  • In the West League, after each county has played 2 games, Merseyside, with 2 victories, lead the way with 6 pts. Lancashire are second on 3 pts.
  • All qualifying leagues matches are due to be played by Sat 14 Feb.

ESFA

NEWS

Chairman's Monthly Message: December 2014

ESFA U18 BOYS INTERNATIONAL SQUAD

Congratulations go to Adam Curry (St Joseph's Catholic Academy) who has been selected to represent ESFA for the 2015 International season. This will be Adam's second season with the U18 schools' international squad.

ESFA U15 GIRLS INTERNATIONAL SQUAD

Congratulations go to Poppy Pattinson of Kepier School, Houghton-le-Spring who successfully played her way through the three trials and has been selected into the ESFA U15 Girls squad for 2015. During the February Half term the squad travel to Portugal for coaching at Benfica's training ground and whilst in Lisbon will play two matches against club teams. In April the team will participate in the Bob Docherty Trophy which is being held in Scotland.


ESFA LONG SERVICE AWARDS

Two past chairmen of DCSFA were honoured for their contribution to schools football at a lunch at St George's Park, Burton-upon-Trent. Richard Adamson was presented with the ESFA 40 Year Award whilst Aidan Tasker was there to receive his ESFA 50 Year Award.

Leo Ford, a long serving member of Chester-le-Street PSFA, was unable to attend the function to receive his ESFA 40 Year Award.

Amy Westmarland, Under 16 Girls team manager, recently received her ESFA 10 Year Award.

Recipients of ESFA 40 and 50 Year Long Service Awards

PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY 2014-15

Winners 14-15: Click on thumbnail to view larger image then use PREVIOUS key to return.

 

REPORTS

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25/01/15

Durham’s hope of progress dented

21/01/15

Disappointment for Durham

13/01/15

Carmel are County winners

11/01/15

Durham finish top of East League

11/01/15

Durham into Northern Counties semi-final

07/01/15

Durham suffer first defeat

18/12/14

Durham go top

16/12/14

Durham suffer last minute defeat

13/12/14

A comfortable win for Durham

10/12/14

Durham beaten in extra time



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