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Crompton & Harrison Trophy

This is a 9v9 competition

Competition Secretary County Cup Rules Roll of Honour

A meeting in January 1975 mentioned that "DCSFA provided competitive football at Primary, U13, U14, U15 and U16 but U12 football was badly catered for". By March 1975 "there was a distinct possibility that a trophy would be donated" for an U12 competition.

In April 1975 in was decided to commence the U12 competition in season 1975-76 and be named the "Crompton & Harrison Trophy" after the donors.

Special Rules

  1. The competition will be played according to the FA Laws for 9v9 Football.
  2. Players shall not have completed their 12th year on or before the 1st September that season.
  3. All games shall be of two periods, each of 30 minutes duration.
  4. A size 4 ball to be used.
  5. Each school will select a squad of 14 players, 9 of whom will form the team, the other 5 being substitutes.

PLEASE NOTE - Only pupils in Year 7 are allowed to play in this competition

Could the winning team please inform the Competition Secretary with the result within 48 hours of the game ending. Any results not received within 48 hours will lead to the elimination of the team concerned.

1 North Durham Academy 7-4 Whickham
A Hurworth 8-1 Manor Community Academy
B Hummersnott Academy 1-3 Whitburn C of E Academy
C English Martyrs Catholic School 4-1 St Robert of Newminster
D Monkwearmouth Academy 4-1 Academy at Shotton Hall
E North Durham Academy 4-6 Park View
F Cardinal Hume Catholic School 8-0 Oxclose Community Academy
G St John's RC 4-4 (3-1pens) Castle View Enterprise Academy
H Longfield Academy 0-3 Thorp  Academy
I High Tunstal College of Science 3-1 St Leonard's Catholic School
J Carmel College 8-2 Dyke House Sports & Technology College
K Durham Johnston 2-4 St Joseph's Catholic Academy
L St Bede's RC, Peterlee 2-1 Emmanuel College
M Wellfield Community School 4-2 Consett Academy
N Framwellgate 0-8 Kepier Academy
O Mortimer Academy 9-3 Dene Academy
P Easington Academy 2-0 St Bede's Catholic School, Lanchester
I Hurworth v Whitburn C of E Academy
II English Martyrs Catholic School v Monkwearmouth Academy
III Park View v Cardinal Hume Catholic School
IV St John's RC v Thorp Academy
V High Tunstall College of Science v Carmel College
VI St Joseph's Catholiic Academy v St Bede's RC, Peterlee
VII Wellfield Community School 2-6 Kepier Academy
VIII Mortimer Academy v Easington Academy
Q1 I v II
Q3 V v VI
Q4 Kepier  Academy v VIII
SA Q1 v Q2
SB Q3 v Q4

FINAL - to be arranged


Competition Secretary: A Johnston


Roll of Honour

Season Winners Runners-up
1975-76 Whickham Ferryhill
1976-77 St Aidan's RC, Sunderland Tanfield
1977-78 Monkwearmouth Spennymoor
1978-79 Dyke House, Hartlepool
1979-80 Hylton Red House St Robert of Newminster RC, Washington
1980-81 Whickham St Aidan's RC, Sunderland
1981-82 Highfield, Gateshead Pelton Roseberry
1982-83 Castle View, Sunderland Hill Head, Gateshead
1983-84 St Aidan's RC, Sunderland Hummersknott, Darlington
1984-85 St Aidan's RC, Sunderland Usworth
1985-86 St Aidan's RC, Sunderland English Martyrs RC, Hartlepool
1986-87 Hermitage, Chester-le-Street Easington
1987-88 Easington St Aidan's RC, Sunderland
1988-89 Framwellgate Moor St Thomas More RC, Blaydon
1989-90 St Joseph's RC, Hebburn St Aidan's RC, Sunderland
1990-91 St Aidan's RC, Sunderland Easington
1991-92 St Wilfrid's RC, South Shields Boldon
1992-93 Shared: Tanfield and Farringdon
1993-94 St Aidan's RC, Sunderland Easington
1994-95 Monkwearmouth St Bede's RC, Lanchester
1995-96 Heworth Grange Park View, Chester-le-Street
1996-97 Hebburn St Joseph's RC, Hebburn
1997-98 St Wilfrid's RC, South Shields Heworth Grange
1998-99 Hummersknott, Darlington Springfield, South Tyneside
1999-00 Heworth Grange Pelton Roseberry
2000-01 Joseph Swan, Gateshead Woodham, Newton Aycliffe
2001-02 Houghton Kepier St Bede's RC, Lanchester
2002-03 Shared: Whitburn CE and St Wilfrid's RC, South Shields
2003-04 Monkwearmouth Boldon
2004-05 Shotton Hall, Peterlee Heworth Grange
2005-06 Park View, Chester-le-Street Monkwearmouth
2006-07 Park View, Chester-le-Street St John's RC, Bishop Auckland
2007-08 Park View, Chester-le-Street Ryton
2008-09 High Tunstall, Hartlepool Biddick School Sports College, Washington
2009-10 St Aidan's RC, Sunderland Biddick School Sports College, Washington
2010-11 St Thomas More RC, Blaydon Lord Lawson of Beamish, Birtley
2011-12 St Joseph's RC, Hebburn Easington
2012-13 Longfield Academy of Sport, Darlington St Joseph's RC, Hebburn
2013-14 St Leonard's RC, Durham Academy at Shotton Hall, Peterlee
2014-15 Carmel College, Darlington St Joseph's Catholic Academy, Hebburn
2015-16 Durham Johnston School Hermitage Academy, Chester-le-Street
2016-17 St Thomas More RC, Blaydon St Joseph's Catholic Academy, Hebburn
2017-18 St Robert of Newminster RC Castle View Enterprise Academy
2018-19 The English Martyrs School, Hartlepool St John's RC, Bishop Auckland
2019-20 Competition not completed due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic
2020-21 No competition due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic
2021-22 St Joseph's Catholic Academy, Hebburn St Bede's RC, Peterlee
2022-23 St Joseph's Catholic Academy, Hebburn Kepier Academy, Houghton-le-Spring

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