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Girls Under 13 County Cup

This is a 9v9 competition

Competition Secretary County Cup Rules Roll of Honour

Special Rules

  1. The competition will be played according to the FA Laws for 9 v 9 Football.
  2. Each school will select a squad of 14 players, 9 of whom will form the team, the other 5 being substitutes.
  3. Players shall have completed their 11th year but not their 13th year on or before the 1st September that season. (i.e. girls from Years 7 and 8).
  4. If a team fields an illegible (e.g. from Years 6, 9, 10 or 11, or from another school) player, that team will be ejected from the competition from where they played that illegible player. If that was found to be a round further back in the competition than when the information came to light, then any previous games will need to be replayed so that a team was not beaten by a team playing an illegible player.
  5. All games shall be of two periods, each of 30 minutes duration.
  6. A size 4 ball to be used.
  7. In the event of a tie ending in a draw the result will be decided by penalties (taken in accordance with the recommendations of FIFA and published in the Laws of the Game).

To enter the U13 Girls County Cup a representative of the school/college/academy MUST attend the Girls' Committee AGM.

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.

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2 v
3 v
4 v
5 v
6 v
7 v
8 v
A v
B v
C v
D v
E v
F v
G v
H v
Q1 v
Q2 v
Q3 v
Q4 v
SA v
SB v
FINAL to be arranged

Competition Secretary: M Fowler


Roll of Honour

Season Winners Runners-up
2002-03 Park View, Chester-le-Street Durham Johnston School
2003-04 Park View, Chester-le-Street Durham Johnston School
2004-05 St Bede's RC, Lanchester Greencroft
2005-06 Durham Johnston School St John's RC, Bishop Auckland
2006-07 Greencroft Carmel RC, Darlington
2007-08 Durham Johnston School St John's RC, Bishop Auckland
2008-09 Durham Johnston School Whitburn CE
2009-10 Durham Johnston School Dene Community School of Technology
2010-11 Shotton Hall School Biddick School Sports College
2011-12 Houghton Kepier Sports College Biddick School Sports College
2012-13 Kepier School The Academy at Shotton Hall
2013-14 St Leonard's RC, Durham Biddick Academy, Washington
2014-15 Biddick Academy, Washington St Robert of Newminster RC, Washington
2015-16 Durham Johnston School St Bede's RC, Peterlee
2016-17 St Bede's RC, Lanchester Cardinal Hume RC, Gateshead
2017-18 Cardinal Hume Catholic School, Gateshead St Joseph's Catholic Academy, Hebburn
2018-19 Kingsmeadow Community School, Gateshead Parkside Academy, Willington
2019-20 Final unable to be played due to Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic thus Cardinal Hume Catholic School, Gateshead and Durham Johnston School share the trophy
2020-21 No competition due to Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic
2021-22 St Bede's RC, Peterlee High Tunstall College of Science, Hartlepool