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Results and Players 1930-31 to 1939-40

1931-1932 1932-1933 1933-1934
1934-1935 1935-1936 1936-1937
1937-1938 1938-1939 1939-1940

Season 1930-1931

Durham 3 - 0 Northumberland
Durham 3 - 4 Northumberland
Northumberland 2 - 0 Durham
Northumberland 2 - 3 Durham
Yorkshire v Durham Result not recorded in Minute Book

Players Apps Goals Association
Aitchison 4 East Durham SFA
Cassidy 1 Gateshead SFA
Clarke 5 Deerness Valley SFA
Ferry 3 Lambton & Hetton SFA
Fox 2 Lambton & Hetton SFA
Gibson 2 Washington SFA
Gill 2 Bishop Auckland SFA
Greenwell 1 West Stanley SFA
Hagan Jimmy 5 Washington SFA
Hills 1 Spennymoor SFA
Jamieson 5 Sunderland SFA
Lewis 4 Derwent Valley SFA
Murray 1 West Stanley SFA
Noon 1 Gateshead SFA
Scott FH 4 Chester-le-Street SFA
Smirke AH 4 Chester-le-Street SFA
Spuhler Johnny 4 Sunderland SFA
Twigg 1 Bishop Auckland SFA
Welsh 2 Derwent Valley SFA
Wharton 3 Deerness Valley SFA

Season 1931-1932

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Durham 2 - 3 Northumberland Pears, Spuhler
Durham 1 - 0 Yorkshire Hagan
Northumberland v Durham Result not recorded in Minute Book
Durham 1 - 2 Northumberland

Players Apps Goals Association
Akers 2 Bishop Auckland SFA
Baldwin 1 Chester-le-Street SFA
Barron 4 Lambton & Hetton SFA
Gilder 1 Chester-le-Street SFA
Graham 2 Chester-le-Street SFA
Hagan Jimmy 4 1 Washington SFA
Hedley Jimmy 1 Sunderland SFA
Henderson A 4 Derwent Valley SFA
Henning 4 Bishop Auckland SFA
Inskip 2 South Shields SFA
Johnson 1 Gateshead SFA
Keenan 2 Gateshead SFA
Oliver Bobby 2 Sunderland SFA
Peers 1 1 Crook SFA
Potts 1 Bishop Auckland SFA
Sharp 3 Stockton SFA
Skipsey 4 Derwent Valley SFA
Spuhler Johnny 4 1 Sunderland SFA
Thompson 1 Lambton & Hetton SFA

 


Photograph taken prior to the match against Yorkshire played at Stockton
Back row: Henning (Bishop Auckland), Keenan (Gateshead), Sharp (Stockton), Skipsey (Derwent Valley), ??, ??
Front row: Spuhler (Sunderland), Baldwin (Chester-le-Street), Hagan (Washington), Barron (Lambton & Hetton), Henderson (Derwent Valley)

Season 1932-1933

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Durham 2 - 2 Northumberland
Northumberland 2 - 6 Durham
Durham 6 - 0 Cumberland

Players Apps Goals Association
Chilton Allenby 1 Sunderland SFA
Chisholm 2 Washington SFA
Dryden 1 Jarrow, Hebburn & Felling SFA
Forrest Ernie 1 Sunderland SFA
Harvey 2 South Shields SFA
Hunter 1 Lambton & Hetton SFA
Jackson 1 Chester-le-Street SFA
Kitson 1 East Durham SFA
Lowes Arnold 1 Sunderland SFA
Maughan Thomas 2 Sunderland SFA
Minchella Tony 1 Sunderland SFA
Paisley Bob 1 Lambton & Hetton SFA
Park 2 Gateshead SFA
Pears W 2 Crook SFA
Pinkney 1 Spennymoor SFA
Pyle 3 Chester-le-Street SFA
Ridley 1 Crook SFA
Robinson 1 Lambton & Hetton SFA
Robinson William 'Billy' 2 Sunderland SFA
Shepherd 1 Crook SFA
Southern 2 West Stanley SFA
Storey Arthur 1 Sunderland SFA
Youll 1 Gateshead SFA

Season 1933-1934

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Durham 4 - 1 Northumberland Scotson (2), Barrett (2)
Northumberland v Durham Result not recorded in Minute Book
Durham 2 - 0 Yorkshire Owen, Mitchell
Durham 1 - 3 Northumberland Scotson

Players Apps Goals Association
Barrett 2 2 Jarrow, Hebburn & Felling SFA
Burlison Robert 3 East Durham SFA
Chisholm 4 Chester-le-Street SFA
Fowler 4 Stockton SFA
Grundy 3 Blaydon SFA
Hall 1 Derwent Valley SFA
Hall 3 Derwent Valley SFA
Jopling 1 Jarrow, Hebburn & Felling SFA
Mitchell 1 1 Crook SFA
Oliver HS "Harry" 4 Sunderland SFA
Owens 3 1 Stockton SFA
Richmond 1 Darlington SFA
Scotson 2 3 Gateshead SFA
Spencer 2 Crook SFA
Teasdale 2 Crook SFA
Thompson 1 East Durham SFA
Ward 1 South Shields SFA
Wilkes 1 Durham SFA
Wright Arthur 4 Sunderland SFA
Younger 1 Chester-le-Street SFA

Easter Tour of Kent by Durham CSFA

The meeting of February 1934 received an invitation to tour Kent at Easter. Before accepting, some discussion took place. As six associations expressed a "willingness to stage return matches" it was decided that the invitation be accepted. When the Selection Committee met to pick the squad Wright (Sunderland), Fowler (Stockton) and Chisholm (Chester-le-Street) were selected to play in the England v Rest match at Rotherham. It was decided that the 3 boys join the party after the England match.

Squad selected

  • Grundy (Blaydon SFA)
  • Chisholm and Younger (Chester-le-Street SFA)
  • Harrison and Spencer (Crook SFA)
  • Richmond (Darlington SFA)
  • Hall (Derwent Valley SFA)
  • Wilkes (Durham SFA)
  • Burlison and Thompson (East Durham SFA)
  • Barrett (Jarrow, Hebburn & Felling SFA)
  • Broadbent and Fowler (Stockton SFA)
  • Middleton, Oliver and Wright (Sunderland SFA)

Season 1934-1935

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Northumberland 1 - 2 Durham Johnson, Brown
Durham 5 - 0 Northumberland Johnson (Stockton) 3, Johnson (Durham), Close

Players Apps Goals Association
Armstrong JC 2 Spennymoor SFA
Brown 1 1 Crook SFA
Brown 1 Jarrow, Hebburn & Felling SFA
Burn 1 Lambton & Hetton SFA
Chapman 2 Sunderland SFA
Close 1 1 Spennymoor SFA
Franks 2 South Shields SFA
Johnson 2 Durham SFA
Johnson 1 Gateshead SFA
Johnson 1 Stockton SFA
Jordison 1 Kelloe SFA
Oliver HS "Harry" 2 Sunderland SFA
Ritson 1 Derwent Valley SFA
Sagar 1 Chester-le-Street SFA
Tait 1 Lambton & Hetton SFA
Wood 2 Spennymoor SFA

Easter Tour of Durham by Kent CSFA

The following teams were selected to play Kent CSFA on their 1935 Easter Tour.

Durham 2 Kent 2 at Bishop Auckland: Newton (Blaydon), Hedley (Bishop Auckland), Brown (Crook), Hardisty (Bishop Auckland), Wood (Spennymoor), Armstrong (Spennymoor), Bell (Crook), Chapman (Sunderland), Johnson (Stockton), Coulthard (Bishop Auckland, Jordison (Kelloe). Both of Durham's goals were scored by Johnson (Stockton).

Durham 0 Kent 5 at Roker Park, Sunderland FC: Franks (South Shields), Jopling (Sunderland), Fletcher (Sunderland), Burns (Lambton & Hetton), Armstrong (Spennymoor), Smurthwaite (Sunderland), Duffy (Jarrow, Hebburn & Felling), Chapman (Sunderland), Ireland (South Shields), Johnson (Durham), Clark (Sunderland)

Durham 2 Kent 0 at Feethams, Darlington FC: Short (East Durham), Brown (Crook), Robinson (Darlington), Burns (Lambton & Hetton), Moses (Derwent Valley), Bell (Crook), Johnson (Darlington), Johnson (Stockton), Close (Spennymoor), Jordison (Kelloe). Durham's goalscorers were Johnson (Darlington) and Close (Spennymoor)

at Stockton: Franks (South Shields), Broadbent (Billingham), Dent (Spennymoor), Nicholson (Stockton), Wood (Spennymoor), Armstrong (Spennymoor), Hough (Billingham), Hackett (West Hartlepool), Johnson (Stockton), Johnson (Durham), Seegar (Chester-le-Street)

Season 1935-1936

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Durham v Northumberland Result not recorded in Minute Book
Durham v Cumberland Result not recorded in Minute Book
Northumberland v Durham Result not recorded in Minute Book
Yorkshire v Durham Result not recorded in Minute Book

Players Apps Goals Association
Bell RS 3 Crook SFA
Clark 3 Sunderland SFA
Cockburn 4 East Durham SFA
Ellerington W 'Bill' 3 Sunderland SFA
Harkness 4 Billingham SFA
Ireland E 4 South Shields SFA
Jobling 4 Sunderland SFA
Johnson 1 Gateshead SFA
Kenny 1 East Durham SFA
Parnaby 1 Sunderland SFA
Penrose Norman 3 Deerness Valley SFA
Pirt 1 Spennymoor SFA
Richardson 2 Lambton & Hetton SFA
Shevels 3 Deerness Valley SFA
Short 4 East Durham SFA
Smith 1 Darlington SFA
Storr 2 Stockton SFA

Easter Tour of Kent by Durham CSFA

Meeting of June 1935 reported that an invitation from Kent to tour at Easter 1936 had been received. During the discussion that took place "it was pointed out that Easter 1937 -- when Durham should be returning Kent's hospitality -- was in March and night matches would be out of the question". As a result Durham declined the invitation but hoped that "the tours should be renewed in the future". However, Kent renewed their invitation to tour the county at Easter 1936 but the 'return' being left until 1938. The meeting of September 1935 decided to accept the renewed offer.

Squad selected

  • Harkness (Billingham SFA)
  • Bell (Crook SFA)
  • Shevels (Deerness Valley SFA)
  • Penrose (Derwent Valley SFA)
  • Cockburn and Short (East Durham SFA)
  • Richardson (Lambton & Hetton SFA)
  • Ireland (South Shields SFA)
  • Pirt (Spennymoor SFA)
  • Storr (Stockton SFA)
  • Clark, Ellerington and Jobling (Sunderland SFA)
  • Farlow and Wardle associations unknown
  • A 16th player was selected but not named in the DCSFA Minute Book

It was reported that the tour "Had been a most enjoyable experience". Four matches were played with Durham winning them all.

Season 1936-1937

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Cumberland v Durham Result not recorded in Minute Book
Durham v Cumberland Result not recorded in Minute Book
Durham v Northumberland Result not recorded in Minute Book

Players Apps Goals Association
Bainbridge 1 Jarrow, Hebburn & Felling SFA
Burnett 1 Chester-le-Street SFA
Conway 1 South Shields SFA
Dennis 1 Bishop Auckland SFA
Dent 1 Bishop Auckland SFA
Dixon 1 Jarrow, Hebburn & Felling SFA
Dolan 1 Jarrow, Hebburn & Felling SFA
Dunn 2 Jarrow, Hebburn & Felling SFA
Ellerington W 'Bill' 3 Sunderland SFA
English 1 Derwent Valley SFA
Garvie 1 Sunderland SFA
Hoyle 1 Jarrow, Hebburn & Felling SFA
Johnson 1 Blaydon SFA
Johnson 1 Stockton SFA
Kilgannon 1 Jarrow, Hebburn & Felling SFA
Leybourne 1 Derwent Valley SFA
Owens 1 Sunderland SFA
Purvis 2 Derwent Valley SFA
Raffle 1 Stockton SFA
Robinson 1 South Shields SFA
Shield 1 Derwent Valley SFA
Slack 2 East Durham SFA
Smith 1 East Durham SFA
Williams 2 East Durham SFA
Williamson 2 Lambton & Hetton SFA

Season 1937-1938

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Yorkshire v Durham Result not recorded in Minute Book
Durham 3 - 2 Northumberland
Durham v Yorkshire Result not recorded in Minute Book
Northumberland v Durham Result not recorded in Minute Book

Players Apps Goals Association
Anderson 2 Chester-le-Street SFA
Bailey 2 Sunderland SFA
Bell 1 Sunderland SFA
Blythe 3 Darlington SFA
Flounders 1 Unknown
Ford 1 Stockton SFA
Grant 1 Derwent Valley SFA
Gray 4 Blaydon SFA
Horton 3 Lambton & Hetton SFA
Howarth 1 Lambton & Hetton SFA
Hunter 1 Stockton SFA
Jackson 1 Gateshead SFA
Johnson 1 Derwent Valley SFA
Parsley 2 Bishop Auckland SFA
Purves 1 South Shields SFA
Quinn 2 South Shields SFA
Teare John 4 Sunderland SFA
Walton 2 Sunderland SFA
Whitaker 3 Lambton & Hetton SFA
Whitehouse 1 Darlington SFA
Wilbert 3 Blaydon SFA
Wilkinson 1 Derwent Valley SFA
Williamson S 3 Lambton & Hetton SFA

Easter Tour of Durham by Kent CSFA

Durham v Kent Result not recorded in Minute Book
Durham v Kent Result not recorded in Minute Book
Durham v Kent Result not recorded in Minute Book
Durham v Kent Result not recorded in Minute Book

The following teams were selected to play Kent CSFA on their 1938 Easter Tour:

at Leadgate: Calder (Derwent Valley), Balley (Sunderland) Horton (Lambton & Hetton), Lancaster (Blaydon), Anderson (Chester-le-Street), Dunn (South Shields), Storey (Blaydon), Whittaker (Lambton & Hetton), Blythe (Darlington), Wilkinson (Derwent Valley), Wilbert (Blaydon)

at Chester-le-Street: Gray (Blaydon), Scholes (Chester-le-Street), Horton (Lambton & Hetton), Waine (Bishop Auckland), Anderson (Chester-le-Street), Coates (Lambton & Hetton), Knight (Chester-le-Street), Lloyd (East Durham), Davison (Lambton & Hetton), Whittaker (Lambton & Hetton), Wilbert (Blaydon)

at South Shields: Gray (Blaydon), Scholes (Chester-le-Street), James (South Shields), Lancaster (Blaydon), Walton (Sunderland), Coates (Lambton & Hetton), Storey (Blaydon), Brown (Sunderland), Blythe (Darlington), Wilkinson (Derwent Valley), Wilbert (Blaydon)

at West Hartlepool: Gray (Blaydon), Scholes (Chester-le-Street), Spence (Spennymoor), Lancaster (Blaydon), Waine (Bishop Auckland), Coates (Lambton & Hetton), Taylorson (West Hartlepool), Lloyd (East Durham), Blythe (Darlington), Whittaker (Lambton & Hetton), Hunter (Stockton)

Season 1938-1939

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Durham v Yorkshire Result not recorded in Minute Book
Durham 3 - 1 Yorkshire
Northumberland v Durham Result not recorded in Minute Book
Durham 2 - 0 Northumberland

Players Apps Goals Association
Adams 2 Darlington SFA
Alderton 1 Kelloe SFA
Barratt 1 Derwent Valley SFA
Bell 1 Sunderland SFA
Best 3 Derwent Valley SFA
Boyd 1 Derwent Valley SFA
Brown 2 Sunderland SFA
Bruce 2 Sunderland SFA
Burdon 1 West Stanley SFA
Cox 1 West Stanley SFA
Grant 2 Derwent Valley SFA
Jackson 2 Gateshead SFA
Knight 3 Chester-le-Street SFA
Liddle G 3 Jarrow, Hebburn & Felling SFA
Lloyd WS 'Stan' 4 East Durham SFA
Prior 1 Sunderland SFA
Ramsey 1 West Stanley SFA
Richardson 1 Spennymoor SFA
Robson 1 Chester-le-Street SFA
Scholes 2 Chester-le-Street SFA
Topham 1 Derwent Valley SFA
Walton H 2 Sunderland SFA
Wardell 1 Kelloe SFA
Waugh B 4 Blaydon SFA

Easter Tour of Kent by Durham CSFA

In December 1938 an invitation was received to tour Kent, which was accepted provided "Kent agree to the return visit being postponed until Easter 1941".

Squad selected

  • Waugh (Blaydon SFA)
  • Knight, Robson and Scholes (Chester-le-Street SFA)
  • Lloyd (East Durham SFA)
  • McParline (Gateshead SFA)
  • Liddle (Jarrow, Hebburn & Felling SFA)
  • Lamb (Kelloe SFA)
  • Forster (Lambton & Hetton SFA)
  • Beaumont (Stockton SFA)
  • Bell, Brown, Bruce and Walton (Sunderland SFA)
  • Burdon and Ramshaw (West Stanley SFA)

Although no results are recorded in the Minute Book it is reported that the Tour "though disappointing from a playing point of view, had been thoroughly enjoyable".

Season 1939-1940

The meeting of 6th September 1939 discussed the effects of the war situation. It was resolved that "All County Competitions and all Inter-league matches be left in abeyance until further notice but if the ban on Sports Meetings be lifted, the playing of Inter-school matches be left to the discretion of the Leagues concerned".
A meeting was called on 7th February 1940 to discuss the position of Schools' Football in the County. The following was decided "That the present time is not opportune for competitive football as such in the County as a whole, but we suggest, that if League Committees so desire, they should use the longer days for the playing of mutually arranged Inter-league games for the primary benefit of War charities".