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

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.

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.

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

Their successes were marked at the annual Sunderland Schools FA’s presentation evening at thr Stadium of Light.

Awards were presented by Alderman Michael Arnott, representing the Mayor of Sunderland, SAFC U23s defender Sam Brotherton, SAFC Ladies player Rachel Pitman and Gentoo’s John Craggs and Ian Self.

The Monkwearmouth lads picked up the U14 CIC County Cup to top their season, which also included winning the league (lifting the Division B Cup), the Duncan White City Cup and the small-sided John Rendall Shields.

In the girls’ competitions, Sandhill View won the league and the five-a-side cup, while Castle View secured the City Knockout Cup.

Monkwearmouth also impressed at Under-15 level, lifting the City Championship Cup as league title winners, though the Cochrane City Cup went to Farringdon.

St Aidan’s triumphed in the Under-16 league, taking the title (the Stewart Cup), while Southmoor lifted the Cleminson City Cup.

St Aidan’s dominated Under-12 action, winning the league title (the Pickering Cup) and the Stokoe City Cup.

Castle View were the girls five-a-side champions.

At Under-13 level, Farringdon won the league title, lifting the Division C Cup, while Red House Academy secured the Arkless City Cup.

The small-sided Sunderland AFC Trophy crown went to Houghton Kepier.

Castle View were the top girls side at U13 level, winning the league title, the Knockout Cup and the five-a-side Royal Navy Shield.