Over-40s League: Penshaw stun champions Marden again, as Red House WMC succumb to relegation

Penshaw Catholic Club beat champions Marden for the second time in eight days to clinch a fourth-place finish in the Premier Division.

Sunderland RCA player-coach Colin Larkin.

Northern League: Boss thrilled as ‘class act’ Colin Larkin stays on at Sunderland RCA

Influential player-coach Colin Larkin has committed himself to another two years with Northern League Division One club Sunderland RCA – despite offers from other clubs.


Wearside League: Shipowners Cup Final brings the curtain down on the season

The Wearside League season finally finishes tomorrow, with the TWR Shipowners Charity Cup Final (2pm).

Total Sport Challenge Trophy winners Southwick celebrate. Picture by Tim Richardson.

Sunderland Sunday League: Southwick complete cup double with deserved derby success against Redhouse Last Orders

Southwick ended their impressive campaign with a second piece of silverware.

Non-League 2

Durham Wildcats’ Spring Series title shot depends on Everton slip

Durham Wildcats hope to have a crack at the FA Women’s Super League 2 Spring Series title at Aston Villa tomorrow.

Washington (red) take on Guisborough Town earlier this season.

Northern League club Washington survive to play again – with a new-look set-up

Washington have withdrawn their resignation from the Ebac Northern League – with a new-look behind-the-scenes set-up.

Penshaw Catholic Club (yellow) make life tough for the Marden keeper in last weekend's Kip Watson Villa Real Cup final at Wearmouth CW. Picture by Tim Richardson.

Over-40s League: Penshaw party as Maw seals cup glory in extra time against Premier champions Marden

Penshaw Catholic Club sprang a surprise to life the Kip Watson Villa Real Cup with a thrilling 3-2 final victory against Marden.

Sunderland West End (red/white) battle against Redcar Athletic in the recent Monkwearmouth Cup Final

Wearside League: Nelson on fire as West End finish season with magnificent seven

Sunderland West End ended the TWR Bifolds Wearside League season on a high, with an emphatic 7-2 victory over third-placed Cleator Moor Celtic on Saturday.

Durham City Reserves (yellow) attack against Hall Farm Glasshus in last weekend's 1-0 win in the Durham Alliance Combination League Challenge Cup final. Picture by Kevin Brady

Sunderland Sunday League: RCA Grangetown Florists seal Premier runners-up spot by relegating Myers

RCA Grangetown Florists’ excellent recent form secured the runners-up spot in the Premier Division with their 2-0 victory over Myers.

Pelton RAOB, winners of the Castle Insurance Alan Smith Memorial Trophy.

Durham Sunday League: Winn double as Pelton RAOB secure cup glory

Newly-crowned Premier Division champions Pelton RAOB topped off a fine season with a comfortable 5-1 victory over West Rainton in the final of the Castle Insurance Alan Smith Memorial Trophy.

Durham City Reserves celebrate beating Hall Farm Glasshus 1-0 in the Durham Alliance Combination League Cup Final. Picture by Kevin Brady

Durham Alliance Combination League: Durham City Reserves, Wheatley Hill WMC grab the glory as Hall Farm Glasshus miss out

Hall Farm Glasshus endured double disappointment in their final two matches of the season.

Hartlepool Vets (red) leapfrog a Boldon Colliery Tavern defender in last week's Billy Lorraine Cup final at Wearmouth CW. Picture by Tim Richardson.

Over-40s League: Maw the merrier as Penshaw set up big cup final date

Penshaw Catholic Club face a tough task in tomorrow’s Kip Watson Villa Real Cup final at Wearmouth CW, up against Premier Division champions elect Marden (10.30am).

Some of the winning captains at the Sunderland Schools FA presentation join (seated): Joe Watson (Association treasurer), John Craggs of Gentoo, Aiden Tasker (Association chairman), Ian Self of Gentoo, Alderman Michael Arnott, representing the Mayor of Sunderland, Coun Mel Speding. Sunderland U23s defender Sam Brotherton and SAFC Ladies player Rachel Pitman.

Monkwearmouth U14s the top boys in Sunderland Schools FA’s annual presentation evening

Monkwearmouth enjoyed a season to savour at Under-14 level, with a clean sweep of trophies.


Peterlee Sunday League: Dawdon Welfare Park round off season with superb treble

Dawdon Welfare Park rounded off another great season last weekend by completing a treble.

Robert in his day job as an apprentice engineer. Image by Peter Talbot.

Wearside engineer hopes to make Wembley dream come true

A Wearside engineer is on his way to Wembley as he hopes to spark a major success for his football club.

John Hogg Funerals (red and white shirts) battle against Blakelaw SC in the Over-40s League last week. Picture by Tim Richardson

Sunderland Sunday League: Seven-up Stella clinch Second Division title in super style

The Stella hammered Pennywell Comrades 7-1 in their final game to secure the Division Two title.

Sunderland West End (red/white) take on Wearside League rivals Redcar Athletic in Monday's Monkwearmouth Cup Final at Ford Quarry

Durham Sunday League: Houghton Town enjoy cup glory as Smith and McGuire shoot down Brandon

Houghton Town enjoyed a glory night by lifting the League Cup with a 2-0 final win over Brandon Sports Club at New Ferens Park.

Over-40s League action between John Hogg Funerals (red and white) against Blakelaw SC last weekend

Peterlee Sunday League: Dawdon double up with big triumph in Tommy Burrell final

Dawdon Welfare Park completed a double with victory in the Tommy Burrell Memorial Cup final.


Durham Alliance Combination League: Hall Farm Glasshus go for a double in League Challenge Cup final

Hall Farm Glasshus aim to tie up their second piece of silverware tomorrow, with a possible treble still in their sights.

Boldon CA manager Paul Mossa

Wearside League: Boldon CA fired up to seal top-five finish

Boldon CA can clinch a top-five finish by beating Ashbrooke Belford House in tomorrow’s final TWR Bifolds Wearside League match for both clubs (2.30pm).

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