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Past Players (NO)

Keith Nobbs Harry Oliver Alan O'Neill Richard Ord

ZOE NESS

  • Durham Johnston Comprehensive School, DCSFA U16 Girls: 2010-11 and 2011-12
  • International honours: Scotland U16s (4 apps 0 goals); Scotland U17s (12 apps 11 goals); Scotland U19s (7 app 6 goals)

JOSEPH "Joe" NICHOLSON

  • Sunderland SFA, DCSFA U15s: 1911-12 and 1912-13
  • Clapton Orient 1919-1923 (147 app, 4 goals)
  • Cardiff City 1923-1925 (55 apps, 14 goals)
  • Aston Villa 1925-1926 (1 apps, 0 goals)

JORDAN NOBBS

  • Sedgefield Community College, DCSFA U16 Girls: 2008-09
  • Daughter of Keith Nobbs
  • Sunderland WFC 2008-2010 -- Played in the 2009 FA Women's Cup Final for Sunderland against Arsenal.
  • Arsenal Ladies 2010-present -- Played in Arsenal's FA Women's Cup Final triumphs in 2011 and 2013. FA Women's Super League champions in 2011 and 2012. FA WSL Continental Cup winner in 2012.
  • 2010 FA Young Player of the Year
  • International honours: Captained England U17s to the semi-final of the FIFA Women's U17 World Cup in 2008 (6 apps for England U17s). Played in the successful England team which won the UEFA European Women's U19 Championship in 2009 (31 apps and 13 goals for England U19s). Made 3 appearances for England U20 side. England U23s (3 apps 1 goal). Senior international debut in 2013 (6 apps 1 goal).

KEITH NOBBS

  • Spennymoor SFA, DCSFA U15s: 1975-76 and 1976-77
  • Father of Jordan Nobbs
  • Middlesbrough 1980 (1 app, 0 goals)
  • Halifax Town 1982-1984 (97 apps, 1 goal)
  • Hartlepool United 1985-1993 (325 apps, 1 goal)

HENRY "Harry" OLIVER

  • Sunderland SFA, DCSFA U15s: 1933-34 and 1934-35
  • Hartlepool United 1937-1938 (9 apps, 0 goals)
  • Brentford 1945-1948 (20 apps, 0 goals)
  • Watford 1948-1952 (128 apps, 4 goals)
  • International honours: ESFA U15s: 1 appearance in 1935

ALAN "HOPE" O'NEILL

  • Sunderland SFA, DCSFA U15s:
  • Sunderland 1956-1960 (74 apps, 28 goals)
  • Aston Villa 1960-1962 (36 apps, 14 goals) -- Played in Villa's 2nd leg victory over Rotherham Utd in the first Football League Cup Final in 1960-61.
  • Plymouth Argyle 1962-1964 (45 apps, 14 goals)
  • Bournemouth 1964-1966 (39 apps, 8 goals)

RICHARD ORD

  • East Durham SFA, DCSFA U15s: 1985-86
  • Sunderland 1987-1998 (284 apps, 8 goals) -- Promotion to Division 1 in 1990 and to the Premier League in 1996 as Division 1 champions
  • York City (loan) 1990 (3 apps, 0 goals)
  • Queens Park Rangers 1998-2000 -- Injury during 1998 pre-season resulted in a 2-year injury nightmare which prevented Richard from ever playing a competitive match for QPR.
  • International honours: England U21 1990-1991 (3 apps, 0 goals)

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