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U15 Boys: Durham 3 North Yorkshire 1 - Durham's goalscorers were James Hopkinson, Jack Leonard and Dylan Quinn. Aggregate score over the "two legs" was Durham 10 North Yorkshire 4 so Durham are the winners of the Claire Graham Trophy for 2017.


  • Cumbria 0 Durham 1
  • North Yorkshire 0 Durham 0
  • Durham 0 Cumbria 0
  • Durham 0 Cleveland 1
  • Lancashire 0 Durham 0
  • Durham 0 Merseyside 0


Durham 1 (Jayven Redman 85 min) Essex 2 (Solomon Ogunwomoju 4 min, Godfrey Kambaza 92 min). FT 1-1. The match can be viewed on ESFA TV, courtesy of, by using this link.

Photographs taken at the final by ThreeFive Three Photography, official ESFA photographer, can be viewed by using this link.


  • U12 Crompton & Harrison Cup: St Joseph's Catholic Academy 0 St Thomas More RC 2 - By scoring two goals in the final 10 minutes St Thomas More emerged victorious. This is the second time St Thomas More have won this trophy.
  • U13 Joicey Cup: Cardinal Hume RC 4 Durham Johnston 2 (aet) - This is the first time Cardinal Hume have won the Joicey Cup.
  • U18 Senior League Cup: Durham Johnston 1 St Leonard's RC 0 - After finishing runners-up last season Durham Johnston went one better this year to win the trophy for the first time.
  • U18 Senior Knock-out Cup: St Leonard's RC 0 St Thomas More RC 3 - St Leonard's suffered their second cup final defeat on successive nights this time at the hands of St Thomas More. This is the first time the Blaydon school have won this competition after finishing runners-up last season.
  • U16 Bert Hodgson Trophy: St Thomas More RC 5 Biddick Academy 0 - With this victory St Thomas More recorded their first success in the Bert Hodgson Trophy.
  • U15 County Cup: St Wilfrid's RC College 1 Hurworth 0 - A well worked first half goal was enough for St Wilfrid's to win the County Cup for a second time.
  • U14 CIC Cup: St Joseph's Catholic Academy 1 Monkwearmouth Academy 2 (aet) - St Joseph's took an early first half lead then dominated play but were unable to add to their score. Monkwearmouth equalised late in the game to take the final into extra time. The decisive winning goal for Monkwearmouth was scored in the first period of extra time.
  • U13 Girls County Cup: St Bede's RC, Lanchester 1 Cardinal Hume RC 0 - Both teams created many chances but it was St Bede's who scored the all-important winning goal. Special praise goes to the St Bede's goal keeper who made a number of excellent saves. This is the 2nd time that St Bede's have won this trophy.
  • U16 Lambton Trophy: Chester-le-Street, Washington & Derwentside SFA 3 Middlesbrough 1 (aet) - A hard fought game ended with an extra time victory for CWD. This is the 4th time CWD are Lambton Trophy winners.
  • U13 TUC Cup: Farringdon Community College 5 Durham Johnston 4 (aet) - An entertaining final was won in extra time by Farringdon. This is Farringdon's 3rd TUC Cup success.
  • U14 South Tyneside Centenary Inter-association Knock-out Cup: Newcastle SFA 4 Bishop Auckland SFA 2 - Newcastle win this competition for the first time. Bishop Auckland are again runners-up.
  • U15 Londonderry Cup: Framwellgate 2 St Robert of Newminster RC 4 - Framwellgate had established a 2 goal lead by midway through the first half but St Robert's reduced the arrears shortly before half time. St Robert's maintained their momentum after the interval scoring three more time to win the trophy for the second time.
  • U14 Girls County Cup: St Bede's RC, Peterlee 3 North Durham Academy 4 (aet) - After a goalless first half St Bede's opened the scoring but NDA were level within 2 minutes. With 5 minutes left St Bede's had established a 2 goal lead. NDA pulled a goal back with 2 minutes to go then equalised in the 2nd minute of added time. In the first period of extra time NDA took the lead which they managed to hold. Both sides can be congratulated for providing an entertaining final.
  • U14 Hartlepool Hospital Cup: Newcastle SFA 5 Redcar & Cleveland SFA 1 - Newcastle were the early leaders but were pegged back. The Tynesiders regained the lead before half time. In the second half Newcastle were the stronger side and scored three times.
  • U15 Sunderland Children's Hospital Cup: Newcastle SFA 1 Sunderland SFA 3
  • U16 Girls County Cup: St Bede's RC, Lanchester 6 St John's Bishop Auckland 1 - St Bede's were comfortable winners of this trophy for the first time.


Congratulations go to Easington Colliery Primary School for another excellent season in County competitions. The school have currently won four County trophies with the chance of adding a fifth when their Year 4 team compete in the final of the Year 4 Trophy.

ESFA Premier League Inter-association 9-a-side Tournament: The national finals will take at Moor Farm, home of Derby County FC Academy, on Saturday 10 June.

  • Boys from 10am until 1pm: Durham CSFA will be represented by Darlington PSFA
  • Girls from 2pm until 5pm: Durham CSFA will be represented by Sunderland PSFA

Girls' Trophy: Easington Colliery Primary School, for the second successive season, won the Girls Trophy. Final placings

Alan Grimes Memorial Trophy: After finishing as runners-up last season Easington Colliery Primary School emerged as this season's winners. This is the third time Easington Colliery have won this competition. Final placings

Year 4 Trophy: The final round will take place on Wednesday 24 May at Hill View Academy, Sunderland commencing 4pm. Final group

Ty McGurk 5-a-side Trophy: The winner of this season's competition was St George's CE Academy, representatives of Darlington PSFA.

Harrison Cup: Congratulations to Middlesbrough, with their victory over Stockton establishing an unassailable lead, have secured the Harrison Cup for the first time with a game to spare.

Harry Charlton Memorial Trophy: North Tyneside, with victory over East Northumberland, gained the points necessary to win the trophy.

Derwent & Medomsley Trophy: Darlington retained the Derwent & Medomsley Trophy with a narrow victory over Redcar & Cleveland.


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St Bede’s RC win in style


Easington Colliery continue their success in this competition

Five first half goals earn Durham an opening win

Off to a good start

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