Farringdon are toasting success after they won the Under-12 small-sided tournament with a victory over Monkwearmouth.
The final, which took place at Houghton Kepier School, was a very well represented competition with teams from St Aidan’s, Sandhill View, Houghton Kepier, Farringdon and Venerable Bede taking part.
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Monkwearmouth Under-12s maintained their 100 per cent start to the league season. They also kept the pressure on early leaders St Aidan’s with two convincing wins, 6-1 against Thornhill and 9-2 over Dene.
Southmoor recorded their first league win with a thumping 10-1 victory at home to Academy 360.
Sandhill View were also victors when they entertained Castle View and came away with a 6-2 win.
St Aidan’s B continued their impressive run in the English Schools FA Cup with a 2-1 win over Laurence Jackson School, of Guisborough.
St Aidan’s had Callum Porterfield scoring twice in the win, with John Gill scoring a consolation goal. The win put Saints through to round three.
In the Under-13s league, Academy 360 kept the pressure on leaders St Aidan’s with a 4-2 home win against Venerable Bede.
Castle View beat Red House Academy 6-1, whilst Hetton were narrow 3-2 winners against Monkwearmouth.
Monkwearmouth bounced back from defeat when they hosted Dene and were comprehensive 6-2 winners.
In the Under-14s league, Southmoor saw off Monkwearmouth 2-0 to draw level with St Aidan’s at the top of the league.
Red House Academy, who have experienced mixed fortunes so far this season, entertained Castle View with the final score ending 3-3.
Last year’s Under-15 champions, Southmoor, have struggled to repeat their form.
This continued when they met Monkwearmouth and were beaten 4-2.
Monkwearmouth were also 1-0 winners against Hetton.
Venerable Bede were not in action in the league competition, but did meet English Martyrs in the second round of the Durham County Cup.
Josh Dick, Joe Cooper, Will Cook, Cameron Fenton (2) and Nathan Bennett scored in the 6-1 win over Martyrs.
Bede now meet Oxclose School, of Washington, in round three.
Sandhill View lead the way in the Under-16s and they gained another point when they travelled to Southmoor and drew 4-4.
St Aidan’s recorded their first win of the season with a 2-0 away win at Hetton.