Albert Knox Trophy
|Competition Secretary||Roll of Honour|
A meeting between DCSFA and Senior Schools Representatives took place in October 1967 to discuss a new County competition to find a Senior Schools champion for entry to the ESFA over-age competition.
A trophy was presented by Durham FA in December 1967, to be known as the "Albert Knox Memorial Trophy". This was in honour of Mr Knox who, in 1948, was DFA's first appointed representative on the Council of DCSFA.
From 1996-97 Schools / Colleges were not allowed to enter both the Albert Knox Trophy and the Senior Knock-our Cup.
Season 1998-99 saw the Knox Trophy run on a league basis because of the small number of entries.
The competition was revived for Season 2009-10 with 4 entries as a knockout competition.
- All players should be over the age of 16 years and under the age of 19 years at midnight between the previous 31st August and 1st Sepember, and in full time education.
- All games shall be of two periods, each of 45 minutes duration.
- A size 5 ball to be used.
- Schools/colleges may not enter both the Albert Knox Trophy and Senior Knock-out Cup
Could the winning team please inform the Competition Secretary, with the result of the match, as soon as possible after the completion of the game.
|FIRST ROUND by Friday 9 December 2016|
|1||Darlington College||2 - 4||Gateshead College|
|2||New College, Durham||2 - 5||QE College, Darlington|
|3||Sunderland College||4 - 2||SAFC Foundation, Shildon|
|4||Bishop Auckland College||2 - 3||East Durham College|
|SEMI FINAL by Friday 17 February 2017|
|a||Gateshead College (won 4-2 on pens)||1 - 1||QE College, Darlington|
|b||Sunderland College||v||East Durham College|
|FINAL to be arranged|
- R Hope, 25 St Gabriel’s Avenue, Sunderland, SR4 7TF
- Tel: 07956 449 753 (mobile)
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
|1967-68||Hookergate Grammar School||Bishop Auckland Grammar School|
|1968-69||Washington Grammar School||Bishop Auckland Grammar School|
|1969-70||Durham Johnston||Hookergate Grammar School|
|1973-74||Northlea, Seaham||Durham Johnston|
|1974-75||Northlea, Seaham||Durham Johnston|
|1975-76||Carmel RC, Darlington||Ferryhill|
|1976-77||Bede, Sunderland||Howletch, Peterlee|
|1978-79||St Bede's RC, Lanchester||Howletch, Peterlee|
|1979-80||Spennymoor||Park View, Chester-le-Street|
|1981-82||Hylton Red House||St Joseph's RC, Hebburn|
|1983-84||St Aidan's RC, Sunderland||Framwellgate Moor|
|1984-85||St Aidan's RC, Sunderland||St Joseph's RC, Hebburn|
|1985-86||St Robert of Newminster RC, Washington||Hebburn|
|1988-89||Peterlee College||St Robert of Newminster RC, Washngton|
|1989-90||Durham Gilesgate 6th Form Centre||QE 6th Form College, Darlington|
|1990-91||QE 6th Form College, Darlington||St Aidan's RC, Sunderland|
|1991-92||Durham Gilesgate 6th Form Centre||St Aidan's RC, Sunderland|
|1992-93||QE 6th Form College, Darlington||Derwentside College|
|1993-94||QE 6th Form College, Darlington||Heathfield|
|1994-95||South Tyneside College||Durham Gilesgate 6th Form Centre|
|1996-97||QE 6th Form College, Darlington|
|1998-99||East Durham College|
|1999-00||East Durham College|
|2000-01||South Tyneside College|
|2001-02||South Tyneside College|
|2002-03||QE 6th Form College, Darlington|
|2009-10||New College, Durham||QE 6th Form College, Darlington|
|2010-11||City of Sunderland College||East Durham College|
|2011-12||City of Sunderland College||Bishop Auckland College|
|2012-13||City of Sunderland College||QE 6th Form College, Darlington|
|2013-14||Gateshead College||East Durham College|
|2014-15||East Durham College||Sunderland College|
|2015-16||East Durham College||Darlington College|