Durham Alliance Combination League w/c 30/08


Durham Alliance Combination League Press Report games w/c 30/08/15





05/09/15 14:00
COUNDON AND LEEHOLM YOUTH FC
2
-
2
HARTLEPOOL FC RESERVES
Derek Wade
Scott Hastie
Dominic Paul Swinbourne
Samuel Harrison
05/09/15 14:00
KILLINGWORTH YPC
4
-
3
BLACKHILL AND EBCHESTER FC
Daniel Reed
Richard Parkin (2)
05/09/15 14:00
REDCAR TOWN FC
3
-
1
BRANDON UNITED DEVELOPMENT FC
05/09/15 14:00
SHERBURN VILLAGE WMC FC
5
-
0
WASHINGTON AFC
05/09/15 14:00
SUNDERLAND FARRINGDON DETACHED FC
1
-
3
BISHOP AUCKLAND RESERVES
Louis Fitzgerald
Sam Joyce (2)
05/09/15 14:00
SUNDERLAND HALL FARM FC
5
-
2
SUNDERLAND GUIDE POST FC
05/09/15 14:00
SUNDERLAND ODDIES FC
5
-
0
WHEATLEY HILL WMC
Andrew Smith
Billy Harrison
Kevin Morton
Luke Taylor
Steven Clark
05/09/15 14:00
WHITBURN VILLAGE FC
6
-
4
WALLSEND TOWN

Durham County Minor Cup Preliminary Round
05/09/15 13:30
SEAHAM NEW WESTLEA
2
-
9
CROOK ALBION

DURHAM ALLIANCE COMBINATION FOOTBALL LEAGUE
02/09/15 19:30
SUNDERLAND HALL FARM FC
4
-
0
BLACKHILL AND EBCHESTER FC
Bradley Timm
Christopher Neil Bewick
Joshua James Tuckwell
Lee Pearce
02/09/15 18:30
HARTLEPOOL FC RESERVES
1
-
2
DURHAM CITY RESERVES FC
Elliott Beddow
Adam Crathorne
Jeremy Allen
02/09/15 18:30
SHERBURN VILLAGE WMC FC
1
-
0
COUNDON AND LEEHOLM YOUTH FC
Glenn Hendrix
02/09/15 18:30
SUNDERLAND GUIDE POST FC
0
-
5
BISHOP AUCKLAND RESERVES
Alex Cantwell
Dale Sadler
Jordan Maughan
Sam Joyce
Shaun Pickford
02/09/15 18:30
SUNDERLAND ODDIES FC
4
-
0
BRANDON UNITED DEVELOPMENT FC
Daniel Snowdon
James Mitchell
Michael George Bulmer (2)
31/08/15 19:30
SUNDERLAND HALL FARM FC
1
-
1
REDCAR TOWN FC
Darren Cessford
Adam Cheung
31/08/15 18:30
SEAHAM NEW WESTLEA
1
-
13
SHERBURN VILLAGE WMC FC
Ethan Dowse
Chris Brown
Glenn Hendrix (6)
Joe Simpson (2)
Steven Turnbull
William Harker (3)
31/08/15 18:30
SUNDERLAND ODDIES FC
3
-
0
WHITBURN VILLAGE FC
Luke Taylor (2)
Steven Clark
31/08/15 18:30
WASHINGTON AFC
2
-
3
SUNDERLAND FARRINGDON DETACHED FC
Darren Green (2)
Aaron Joshua Clasper
Adam Errington
Lewis Dodd
Shane Davis
31/08/15 16:30
BRANDON UNITED DEVELOPMENT FC
0
-
3
DURHAM CITY RESERVES FC
Chris Pattinson
Daniel Knowd
Dominic Hogg





Pos
Club
P
W
D
L
F
A
GD
PT
PA
AP
1.
SUNDERLAND HALL FARM FC
9
7
2
0
33
8
25
23
0
23
2.
DURHAM CITY RESERVES FC
10
7
1
2
39
11
28
22
0
22
3.
COUNDON AND LEEHOLM YOUTH FC
9
6
2
1
30
5
25
20
0
20
4.
SHERBURN VILLAGE WMC FC
9
6
0
3
45
6
39
18
0
18
5.
SUNDERLAND ODDIES FC
9
5
3
1
37
13
24
18
0
18
6.
BISHOP AUCKLAND RESERVES
10
5
2
3
32
12
20
17
0
17
7.
HARTLEPOOL FC RESERVES
10
4
3
3
28
17
11
15
0
15
8.
REDCAR TOWN FC
8
4
3
1
20
11
9
15
0
15
9.
KILLINGWORTH YPC
8
4
2
1
23
15
8
14
0
14
10.
WHEATLEY HILL WMC
7
4
1
2
27
15
12
13
0
13
11.
WHITBURN VILLAGE FC
10
3
0
6
20
34
-14
9
0
9
12.
BLACKHILL AND EBCHESTER FC
8
2
1
5
16
29
-13
7
0
7
13.
WALLSEND TOWN
5
2
0
3
17
22
-5
6
0
6
14.
SUNDERLAND GUIDE POST FC
9
2
0
7
11
49
-38
6
0
6
15.
BRANDON UNITED DEVELOPMENT FC
5
1
1
3
15
11
4
4
0
4
16.
SUNDERLAND FARRINGDON DETACHED FC
8
1
1
6
10
30
-20
4
0
4
17.
SEAHAM NEW WESTLEA
7
0
0
7
3
58
-55
0
0
0
18.
WASHINGTON AFC
9
0
0
9
6
66
-60
0
0
0




Comments

Durham Alliance Combination League games w/c 23/08


Durham Alliance Combination League report games w/c 23/08





29/08/15 14:00
BISHOP AUCKLAND RESERVES
6
-
0
KILLINGWORTH YPC
Connor McEvoy
Jordan Maughan
Liam Gill
Liam Woodfine (2)
Sam Joyce
29/08/15 14:00
BLACKHILL AND EBCHESTER FC
3
-
3
SUNDERLAND ODDIES FC
Martin Thompson
Michael George Bulmer (2)
29/08/15 14:00
COUNDON AND LEEHOLM YOUTH FC
0
-
0
REDCAR TOWN FC
29/08/15 14:00
SUNDERLAND FARRINGDON DETACHED FC
1
-
4
DURHAM CITY RESERVES FC
O.G. (1)
Chris Pattinson (2)
Michael Webster
29/08/15 14:00
WASHINGTON AFC
2
-
4
SUNDERLAND GUIDE POST FC
29/08/15 14:00
WHITBURN VILLAGE FC
3
-
5
HARTLEPOOL FC RESERVES
26/08/15 18:30
COUNDON AND LEEHOLM YOUTH FC
8
-
0
BLACKHILL AND EBCHESTER FC
Derek Wade
Liam Stephen Bowes (2)
Morghan Claydon (2)
Paul Bailes (3)
26/08/15 18:30
SEAHAM NEW WESTLEA
1
-
9
DURHAM CITY RESERVES FC
Ashley Mark Wilkinson
Chris Pattinson
James Huntley (3)
Jeremy Allen
Kyle Patton
Michael Webster (2)
Ross Stead
26/08/15 18:30
SUNDERLAND FARRINGDON DETACHED FC
1
-
1
WHEATLEY HILL WMC
David John Jackson
26/08/15 18:30
WASHINGTON AFC
1
-
2
SUNDERLAND HALL FARM FC
Keiran Ranson
Jake Baker
Lee Pearce
24/08/15 19:45
BISHOP AUCKLAND RESERVES
0
-
2
SUNDERLAND HALL FARM FC
Christopher Neil Bewick
Joshua James Tuckwell
24/08/15 18:30
SUNDERLAND GUIDE POST FC
0
-
5
COUNDON AND LEEHOLM YOUTH FC
Christopher Howe
Craig Robson
Dean Thexton (2)
Ian Paul Maddison
24/08/15 18:30
WHEATLEY HILL WMC
2
-
6
HARTLEPOOL FC RESERVES
Nathan Thomas Grainger (2)
Dean Cope
Dominic Paul Swinbourne
Elliott Beddow
Joshua Dinsdale
Karl Hammond
Thomas Hichey
24/08/15 18:30
WHITBURN VILLAGE FC
2
-
4
BLACKHILL AND EBCHESTER FC
Daniel Parker
Jack Sanderson
Michael Hannant
Stephen Agnew



Pos
Club
P
W
D
L
F
A
GD
PT
PA
AP
1.
COUNDON AND LEEHOLM YOUTH FC
7
6
1
0
28
2
26
19
0
19
2.
DURHAM CITY RESERVES FC
8
5
1
2
34
10
24
16
0
16
3.
SUNDERLAND HALL FARM FC
6
5
1
0
23
5
18
16
0
16
4.
HARTLEPOOL FC RESERVES
8
4
2
2
25
13
12
14
0
14
5.
WHEATLEY HILL WMC
6
4
1
1
27
10
17
13
0
13
6.
BISHOP AUCKLAND RESERVES
8
3
2
3
24
11
13
11
0
11
7.
KILLINGWORTH YPC
6
3
2
1
19
12
7
11
0
11
8.
REDCAR TOWN FC
6
3
2
1
16
9
7
11
0
11
9.
SHERBURN VILLAGE WMC FC
7
3
0
3
26
5
21
9
0
9
10.
SUNDERLAND ODDIES FC
6
2
3
1
25
13
12
9
0
9
11.
BLACKHILL AND EBCHESTER FC
6
2
1
3
13
21
-8
7
0
7
12.
WALLSEND TOWN
5
2
0
2
13
16
-3
6
0
6
13.
WHITBURN VILLAGE FC
7
2
0
5
14
27
-13
6
0
6
14.
SUNDERLAND GUIDE POST FC
7
2
0
5
9
39
-30
6
0
6
15.
BRANDON UNITED DEVELOPMENT FC
2
1
1
0
14
1
13
4
0
4
16.
SUNDERLAND FARRINGDON DETACHED FC
6
0
1
5
6
25
-19
1
0
1
17.
SEAHAM NEW WESTLEA
6
0
0
6
2
45
-43
0
0
0
18.
WASHINGTON AFC
7
0
0
7
4
58
-54
0
0
0



WASHINGTON AFC
2
-
4
SUNDERLAND GUIDE POST FC

Sunderland guide post started the brighter team and dominated the first 15 minutes with chances falling to Scott mallaburn and Adam mquillan but failing to capatilize then Washington broke with a chance which spurred on the guide post who took the lead through Scott mallaburn they then hit another through Adam maquillan and Washington's heads dropped coming toward the end of the first half a stray ball over the top caught the guide sleeping and Washington nicked a goal second half again the guide dominated and a penalty scored by Mark curry and another from Scott mallaburn looked to have secured the win comfortably last five Washington upped the pressure and were rewarded but to no avail final score 4_2 guide post worthy winners

BLACKHILL AND EBCHESTER FC
3
-
3
SUNDERLAND ODDIES FC


Michael bulmer opened the scoring after 15 mins with a volley finish from a cross



Getting beat 3-1 when Martin Thompson fired past the keeper



Bulmer scored his 2nd of the game late on with a drive into the top corner to make it 3-3

Ebchester started the brighter of the two teams and were pushing early on. However, it was Sunderland who took the lead. A good ball in from the right hand side and the forward buried it. The home team kept pressing and found an equaliser through Agnew, a powerful finish from 25 yards. The home side then took the lead through Agnew, firing home another rocket from 25 yards. Half time 2-1.

Sunderland oddies came out the second half fired up and were pushing from the off, against the run of play the home side doubled their lead, the ball came out to Hannant 30 yards out, he faked inside into his weaker foot and curled the ball straight into the top corner leaving the goalkeeper with absolutely no chance. Sunderland Oddies kept going and with 15 minutes left they got back into the game, the ball fell to the edge of the box and the midfielder put into the bottom corner. 5 minutes later they levelled the match, a good save from the keeper fell to the Sunderland player and he put in the back of the nett. A game of two halves ending in a draw.

BISHOP AUCKLAND RESERVES
6
-
0
KILLINGWORTH YPC

The two blues notched 6 against Killingworth, who had started the new season in impressive form. In truth, it was relatively one sided with the scoring opened by Sam Joyce, after a great run from Liam Gill at right back. Liam Woodfine doubled the lead after rounding the keeper to open his reserves account, before Gill himself powered home from a tight angle. Connor MacEvoy notched the 4th after a well times forward run and through ball from man of the match, Tom Fisk. The visitors did hit the bar with a long range effort, but Woodbine rounded up the first half scoring at 5-0 on the whistle. The second half was again mainly two blue, with Jordan Maughan completing the scoring midway through the half. Killingworth never gave in, remaining competitive, but in the end a well deserved victory for the home side.




Comments

Durham Alliance Combination League games w/c 16/08/15

Durham Alliance Press Report from games w/c 16/08/15


22/08/15 14:45
DURHAM CITY RESERVES FC
1
-
1
BISHOP AUCKLAND RESERVES
James Huntley
22/08/15 14:00
BLACKHILL AND EBCHESTER FC
1
-
2
KILLINGWORTH YPC
Daniel Parker
22/08/15 14:00
HARTLEPOOL FC RESERVES
1
-
2
REDCAR TOWN FC
Karl Hammond
22/08/15 14:00
SUNDERLAND REDHOUSE LAST ORDERS FC
3
-
2
SUNDERLAND ODDIES FC
Jack Barnes
John Charles Smith
Michael McCabe
Luke Taylor
Michael George Bulmer
22/08/15 14:00
WALLSEND TOWN
5
-
2
SUNDERLAND FARRINGDON DETACHED FC
22/08/15 14:00
WASHINGTON AFC
0
-
15
SHERBURN VILLAGE WMC FC
Ben Reed
Daniel Chester
Daniel Rooney
Glenn Hendrix (6)
Joe Simpson (4)
Mark Wild (2)
22/08/15 14:00
WHEATLEY HILL WMC
12
-
0
SEAHAM NEW WESTLEA
20/08/15 19:45
BISHOP AUCKLAND RESERVES
9
-
0
SUNDERLAND REDHOUSE LAST ORDERS FC
19/08/15 18:30
HARTLEPOOL FC RESERVES
0
-
1
COUNDON AND LEEHOLM YOUTH FC
19/08/15 18:30
SHERBURN VILLAGE WMC FC
0
-
1
DURHAM CITY RESERVES FC
19/08/15 18:30
WHEATLEY HILL WMC
6
-
0
BLACKHILL AND EBCHESTER FC
19/08/15 18:30
WHITBURN VILLAGE FC
2
-
4
SUNDERLAND HALL FARM FC
Bailey Doyle
Barry Sutton
17/08/15 19:00
COUNDON AND LEEHOLM YOUTH FC
2
-
1
BISHOP AUCKLAND RESERVES
Christopher Howe (2)
Alex Cantwell
17/08/15 18:30
KILLINGWORTH YPC
2
-
2
SUNDERLAND ODDIES FC
Daniel Young
Michael Bowman
Michael George Bulmer
Paul Simon James Taylor
17/08/15 18:30
REDCAR TOWN FC
2
-
4
WHEATLEY HILL WMC
Josh Butters (2)
Lee Westgarth
Nathan Stoker
Phillip Hickman
Scott Danks
17/08/15 18:30
SEAHAM NEW WESTLEA
0
-
4
WHITBURN VILLAGE FC
Bailey Doyle
Chris Thompson
Howard Stafstrom (2)
17/08/15 18:30
SHERBURN VILLAGE WMC FC
0
-
1
HARTLEPOOL FC RESERVES
Elliott Beddow
17/08/15 18:30
WALLSEND TOWN
0
-
7
DURHAM CITY RESERVES FC
17/08/15 18:30
WASHINGTON AFC
0
-
5
BLACKHILL AND EBCHESTER FC
Michael Hannant (2)
Stephen Agnew (3)

Pos
Club
P
W
D
L
F
A
GD
PT
PA
AP
1.
WHEATLEY HILL WMC
4
4
0
0
24
3
21
12
0
12
2.
COUNDON AND LEEHOLM YOUTH FC
4
4
0
0
15
2
13
12
0
12
3.
KILLINGWORTH YPC
5
3
2
0
19
6
13
11
0
11
4.
SUNDERLAND HALL FARM FC
4
3
1
0
19
4
15
10
0
10
5.
DURHAM CITY RESERVES FC
6
3
1
2
21
8
13
10
0
10
6.
REDCAR TOWN FC
5
3
1
1
16
9
7
10
0
10
7.
SHERBURN VILLAGE WMC FC
6
3
0
3
26
5
21
9
0
9
8.
SUNDERLAND ODDIES FC
5
2
2
1
22
10
12
8
0
8
9.
BISHOP AUCKLAND RESERVES
6
2
2
2
18
9
9
8
0
8
10.
HARTLEPOOL FC RESERVES
6
2
2
2
14
8
6
8
0
8
11.
WALLSEND TOWN
4
2
0
2
13
16
-3
6
0
6
12.
WHITBURN VILLAGE FC
5
2
0
3
9
18
-9
6
0
6
13.
BRANDON UNITED DEVELOPMENT FC
2
1
1
0
14
1
13
4
0
4
14.
BLACKHILL AND EBCHESTER FC
3
1
0
2
6
8
-2
3
0
3
15.
SUNDERLAND REDHOUSE LAST ORDERS FC
6
1
0
4
5
32
-27
3
0
3
16.
SUNDERLAND FARRINGDON DETACHED FC
5
0
0
4
4
20
-16
0
0
0
17.
SEAHAM NEW WESTLEA
5
0
0
5
1
36
-35
0
0
0
18.
WASHINGTON AFC
5
0
0
5
1
52
-51
0
0
0

22-08-2015: Blackhill and Ebchester v Killingworth YPC

Match report:
Blackhill and Ebchester first game of the season at their new home seen one of the new teams in the league visit. In a game which started evenly, with both teams getting the ball down and playing football on the floor, it was Blackhill and Ebchester who took the lead. They worked the ball out to the left and a good cross in from Dan Reed found the head of Dan Parker, he nodded it past the keeper to give the home team the advantage. An even first half ending 1-0 to the home side.

The second half started much the same with both teams matching each other. The first piece of action came with 20 minutes to go, Killingworth forward picked up the ball and ran through the heart of the defence before coolly slotting the ball into the bottom corner to make it 1-1. It wasn't long before Killingworth then took the lead, some good play down the right hand side from the Killingworth player and he fired in a low ball which was turned in to give them the lead. Blackhill and Ebchester came back looking to get the equaliser and were unlucky not to have it through Parker again, he got his head to a good ball in and found the back of the nett only for it to be ruled offside. 

A good game ending with Killingworth taking the 3 points.

22-08-2015: Hartlepool FC Res v Redcar Town

Match report:
Hartlepool FC were always going to be up against it with keeper Campbell, centre halves Duncan and Cope and centre midfielders Ross Kidson and Tom Hickey all unavailable but this was a great chance for FC to show what they were made of. It was a positive start for both teams in the initial stages with FC having the first chance as a neat ball through the defence by Dom Laffin just failed to connect with striker Karl Hammond. Two more chances fell to FC both from Elliott Beddow with one being blocked by his own defender and the other over the bar. A very organised Redcar soaked up up the pressure and had a great chance in the 22nd minute. FC defenders Andrew Sullivan and Ryan Peart failed to connect with a through ball and the Town striker raced clear only to smash his shot into the side netting. FC keeper Gary Fleethan then had to do some desperate defending by running to the bye line and thankfully won a tackle. Redcar were coming into the game more and more and well taken set piece by them was saved on the line by the FC keeper. Another chance come Redcar's was when Andy Bell had a free header but put his effort over the bar. With ten minute from the break FC took the lead when, from a free kick the impressive Kyle Alexander found Sam Harrison who dropped the ball for Karl Hammond to blast home.

Half time : Hartlepool FC Res 1 - Redcar Town 0

The second half was a completely different affair. FC has to make two changes at half time and lost captain Dom Laffin through injury and had to reshuffle the pack. FC didn't cope well with the changes and Redcar saw their opportunity. Redcar piled the pressure on as FC lost their way. Kyle Alaxander was having a great game for FC but his efforts weren't helped by poor possession and sloppy play. Redcar got their just rewards in the 69th minute when Jamie Lee had a free header from a corner and headed in from close range. Redcar had two quick free kicks in succession and FC were putting in some desperate defending. In the 80th minute calamitous defending by FC allowed the Redcar winger to cut inside from near the corner flag and whip a low cross in. Fleetham got his hand to it but Ryan Bennions forced the ball over the line for a well deserved victory for Redcar.

Full time : Hartlepool FC Res 1 - Redcar Town 2
Comments

Durham Alliance Combination League games 12/08-15/08


Results from this weeks games 12/08 and 15/08



15/08/15 14:00
COUNDON AND LEEHOLM YOUTH FC
8
-
0
WHITBURN VILLAGE FC
15/08/15 14:00
HARTLEPOOL FC RESERVES
7
-
0
WASHINGTON AFC
15/08/15 14:00
KILLINGWORTH YPC
8
-
0
SUNDERLAND REDHOUSE LAST ORDERS FC
15/08/15 14:00
REDCAR TOWN FC
5
-
1
BISHOP AUCKLAND RESERVES
15/08/15 14:00
SUNDERLAND HALL FARM FC
5
-
1
SUNDERLAND FARRINGDON DETACHED FC
15/08/15 14:00
SUNDERLAND ODDIES FC
3
-
1
SHERBURN VILLAGE WMC FC
15/08/15 14:00
WALLSEND TOWN
6
-
1
SEAHAM NEW WESTLEA
15/08/15 14:00
WHEATLEY HILL WMC
2
-
1
DURHAM CITY RESERVES FC
12/08/15 19:30
BRANDON UNITED DEVELOPMENT FC
1
-
1
BISHOP AUCKLAND RESERVES
Dylan Dowd
Shaun Pickford
12/08/15 18:30
COUNDON AND LEEHOLM YOUTH FC
4
-
1
DURHAM CITY RESERVES FC
Christopher Howe
Connor Hughes
Craig Robson
Kurt Matthews
James Huntley
12/08/15 18:30
REDCAR TOWN FC
2
-
2
HARTLEPOOL FC RESERVES
Ryan Bennions
Stuart Poulter
Dominic Laffin
Jamie Tumilty
12/08/15 18:30
SEAHAM NEW WESTLEA
0
-
9
SUNDERLAND HALL FARM FC
Calvin John Magnus
Christopher Neil Bewick (2)
Lee Pearce (3)
Mark Mhlanga (2)
Mark Stephen Dickinson
12/08/15 18:30
SHERBURN VILLAGE WMC FC
5
-
0
SUNDERLAND FARRINGDON DETACHED FC
Aaron Hinds
Alex David Hird
Glenn Hendrix (2)
Steven Turnbull
12/08/15 18:30
SUNDERLAND ODDIES FC
12
-
1
WASHINGTON AFC
Andrew Tatters (2)
Kevin Golightly
Kevin Morton
Liam Wooton (3)
Luke Taylor (2)
Michael George Bulmer (3)
Tommy McIntosh
12/08/15 18:30
WALLSEND TOWN
2
-
6
KILLINGWORTH YPC
12/08/15 18:30
WHITBURN VILLAGE FC
3
-
1
SUNDERLAND REDHOUSE LAST ORDERS FC



SUNDERLAND ODDIES FC
3
-
1
SHERBURN VILLAGE WMC FC

  • A second half hat trick from Michael Bulmer his 3rd hat trick in 3 games secured the points for Sunderland Oddies and conceding a goal in the first half

HARTLEPOOL FC RESERVES
7
-
0
WASHINGTON AFC

  • Hartlepool attacked Washington from the start with 4 good chances in the opening 9 minutes of the game including hitting the post from Dom Laffin.  A minute later they were 1 up with a goal from Laffin.  With washington defending well but Hartlepool guilty of miss a number of clear chances the score remained 1-0 until 35 minutes when Donaghy whipped in a cross which was deflected into the Washington goal to make it 2-0.  After a formation change by Hartlepool adding an extra striker quickly paid off with 3 goals in six minutes by Hammond.  Tom Hickey added the 6th with a shot curled into the top corner of the net.  Washington had Illingworth sent off for violent conduct following Hickey’s goal.  To make matters worse for Washington, Laffin added his second and Hartlepool’s 7th goal and that how it ended.  Man of the match for Hartlepool was Ross Kidson and MOM For Washington was Sean Lewis.

SUNDERLAND HALL FARM FC
5
-
1
SUNDERLAND FARRINGDON DETACHED FC







-           Goals from Chris Bewick, Rick Timm, Substitute Adam Baister and 2 from Lee Pearce secured a comfortable win with a consolation goal from Louis Walsh










COUNDON AND LEEHOLM YOUTH FC
8
-
0
WHITBURN VILLAGE FC



  • Four goals from Bailes, 2 goals from Kent and a goal apiece from Matthews and Howe secured the win for Coundon

REDCAR TOWN FC
5
-
1
BISHOP AUCKLAND RESERVES



  • Redcar Town started the brighter and took the lead on 6 mins when Richie Playforth flicked Josh Butters cross past Craig Foster in Bishops goal. However the lead lasted just 3 mins when Connor McEvoy curled a 25 yard free kick into the far corner. Redcar restored their lead on 43 minutes when Stuart Poulter turned in the box and fired into the corner of the net. Redcar made changes at half time and increased their lead through Playforth on 53 mins. Ryan Bennions came on  and with his first touch put the game out of Bishops reach and finally Richie Playforth ended the scoring with Redcars 5th and his own 3rd goal of the game.



Pos
Club
P
W
D
L
F
A
GD
PT
PA
AP
1.
SUNDERLAND ODDIES FC
3
2
1
0
18
5
13
7
0
7
2.
SUNDERLAND HALL FARM FC
3
2
1
0
15
2
13
7
0
7
3.
KILLINGWORTH YPC
3
2
1
0
15
3
12
7
0
7
4.
REDCAR TOWN FC
3
2
1
0
12
4
8
7
0
7
5.
COUNDON AND LEEHOLM YOUTH FC
2
2
0
0
12
1
11
6
0
6
6.
SHERBURN VILLAGE WMC FC
3
2
0
1
11
3
8
6
0
6
7.
HARTLEPOOL FC RESERVES
3
1
2
0
12
5
7
5
0
5
8.
BRANDON UNITED DEVELOPMENT FC
2
1
1
0
14
1
13
4
0
4
9.
BISHOP AUCKLAND RESERVES
3
1
1
1
7
6
1
4
0
4
10.
DURHAM CITY RESERVES FC
3
1
0
2
12
7
5
3
0
3
11.
WALLSEND TOWN
2
1
0
1
8
7
1
3
0
3
12.
WHEATLEY HILL WMC
1
1
0
0
2
1
1
3
0
3
13.
WHITBURN VILLAGE FC
3
1
0
2
3
14
-11
3
0
3
14.
SUNDERLAND FARRINGDON DETACHED FC
3
0
0
3
2
15
-13
0
0
0
15.
SUNDERLAND REDHOUSE LAST ORDERS FC
3
0
0
3
2
21
-19
0
0
0
16.
SEAHAM NEW WESTLEA
3
0
0
3
1
20
-19
0
0
0
17.
WASHINGTON AFC
3
0
0
3
1
32
-31
0
0
0




Brandon Development, Sunderland University, Blackhill & Ebchester did not have games this weekend
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Durham Alliance Combination League 08/08/15


Fixtures played on Saturday 08/08/15



08/08/15 14:00
SHERBURN VILLAGE WMC FC
5
-
0
SEAHAM NEW WESTLEA
08/08/15 14:00
SUNDERLAND FARRINGDON DETACHED FC
1
-
5
REDCAR TOWN FC
08/08/15 14:00
SUNDERLAND HALL FARM FC
1
-
1
KILLINGWORTH YPC
08/08/15 14:00
SUNDERLAND ODDIES FC
3
-
3
HARTLEPOOL FC RESERVES
08/08/15 14:00
SUNDERLAND REDHOUSE LAST ORDERS FC
1
-
10
DURHAM CITY RESERVES FC
08/08/15 14:00
WASHINGTON AFC
0
-
13
BRANDON UNITED DEVELOPMENT FC
08/08/15 14:00
WHITBURN VILLAGE FC
0
-
5
BISHOP AUCKLAND RESERVES



Match Reports



Sherburn Village v Seaham Westlea -  Goals from  Hinds, Turnbull 2, Hope, Brenkley brought a 5-0 victory to Sherburn Village



Sunderland Farringdon Detached FC v Redcar Town



Sunderland Hall Farm v Killingworth YPC



Sunderland Oddies v Hartlepool Reserves – Game of 2 halves Oddies were 2-0 up in the first half hour with goals from Michael Bulmer, and if it was not for Graeme Swinbourne in the Hartlepool goal the score could have been a lot more  half time score 2-0.  2ndhalf Bulmer completed his hat-trick going round the Hartlepool Keeper and scoring. 3-0 to Oddies this seemed to wake Hartlepool up where they show greater possession and more determination and 16 minutes into second half Hartlepool pulled a goal back with Dom Laffin coming from midfield rounding a defender and shooting low into the goal.  Tom Hickey made it 3-2 on his debut scoring from a good four man move.  75 minute Hartlepool reserves equalised with Elliott Beddow drilling home from edge of box.  Oddies looking for a winner hit the post late on but the points were shared final score 3-3. MOM for Sunderland Oddies was Michael Bulmer, MOM For Hartlepool was Elliott Beddow



Sunderland Redhouse Last Orders v Durham City Reserves – Andy Brown opened the scoring for Durham early into the game and after missing a couple of chances doubled their advantage with a goal from Dominick Hogg following a good ball from Jez Allen.  Chris Pattison made it 3-0, he was also involved in the 4th goal as he won a penalty which Craig Mountain scored.  Jez Allen made the score 5-0 and that’s how the first half finished.  2nd half 16 year old Kyle Patton scored his first goal in senior football, and shortly after that he scored his second and Durham’s 7th.  Patton then turned provider for James Huntley to score his first goal for club.  A great ball from Lewis Edwards helped Kyle Patton to his first ever hat trick to make it 9-0.  Sunderland got a consolation goal back to make it 9-1.  Jeremy Allen finished the scoring with his second of the game to make the score 1-10 to Durham

Washington AFC v Brandon United Development –  A young Brandon squad travelled to Washington and started the season with an emphatic 13-0 win, 2 goals each from Robson Brown, Ryan Burton, Adam Burnham, Jay Balfour, Jake Williamson and 16 year old Corey Haslem and one goal from Dylan Dowd.  The game played in a good spirit a credit to both clubs

Whitburn Village FC v Bishop Auckland Reserves – Bishop Auckland started of very brightly with a goal on 5 mins scored direct from a corner by Connor McEvoy, and 7 minutes later the lead was doubled with a brilliant team effort down left hand side before Jordan Maughan  tapped home.  Half Time 2-0, Same story second half with Bishop dominating, the impressive McEvoy got his second goal from the penalty spot.  Alex Cantwell made it 4-0 with a half volley.  Bishops Goalkeeper Craig Foster pulled off a stunning one handed save to preserve his clean sheet and Shaun Pickford wrapped up the 3 points with a mazy powerful run and a cool looping finish from 25 yards.  MOM went to the ever impressive Connor McEvoy



No games today for Blackhill and Ebchester FC, Coundon and Leeholme Youth, Sunderland University FC, Wallsend Town and Wheatley Hill FC
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SATURDAY MAY 9TH 2015

LEAGUE CHALLENGE CUP FINAL

HORSLEY HILL FC 1 V 0 COUNDON & LEEHOLME YOUTH FC
The leagues winners, Coundon and runners up Horsley Hill, came head to head in today's final. The spectacle was much anticipated and didn't disappoint. It was Hills passing and moving game which was evident in the first half and they spurned a number of guilt edge chances. The second half saw a determined Coundon side trying to add to their league success. However, no matter what Coundon threw at the young Hill side, with an average age of 21, they responded.
With the clock approaching 90mins the game looked to be going into extra time. However, the Hills Centre Forward, Levi Collins had other ideas and produced an outstanding piece of magic. Picking the ball up on Coundons 18yrd box he glided past three players before coolly slotting home. The goal so late in the game, brought the Coundon players to their knees but brought the Hills, players, bench and supporters into a celebratory frenzy. With seconds remaining on the clock the Hill kept possession to run down the clock to claim victory. The experienced Coundon side contributed greatly to a fantastic cup final, which was a credit to the league. Both sides would like to thank the Leagues and match officials for presenting this final. Special thanks go to Brandons committee for working hard getting the pitch into perfect condition, when only hours previously looked unplayable due to heavy rain.

LEAGUE

EBCHESTER CONSETT RESERVES 0 V 5 HARTLEPOOL FC RESERVES

The game started with Ebchester taking control of the game early on, they were pushing from the first minute and made some good opportunities. The best coming from a free kick, whipped into the box and the ball was flicked onto the bar, the rebound fell to the feet of the lethal Agnew, who decided on this occasion to put it over the wide open goal. The next chance again for Ebchester was for Richard Parkin, he danced his way through Hartlepool and a good save from keeper kept the score at 0-0. After 20 minutes Hartlepool started getting involved, they open the scoring after 30 minutes when the ball fell to the forward 6 yards out, with his back to goal he flicked it up and overhead volleyed it home with a superb finish, the first half finished 1-0. The second half Hartlepool was on top and 5 minutes in doubled their lead. 2-0 up Hartlepool started taking control of the game and playing the better football. They added 3 more goals in the rest of the half and dominated the whole of the second half, Ebchester struggling to create any chances throughout the half. Final score was 5-0 in a deserved victory for the away side.
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SATURDAY MAY 2ND 2015

CHESTER-LE-STREET WHITEHILL 6 V 2 EBCHESTER CONSETT RESERVES
In what was Whitehill's last game league of the season and looking set to finish in fourth place, it was Ebchester who tried to spoil the party when following a free kick in the 12th minute they took the lead. The ball was fired across the box and Dan Parker was at the far post to make it 0-1. Whitehill got back on level terms on 21 minutes when Craig Mickle was brought down in the box and he stepped up to make it 1-1 from the spot and score Whitehill's 100th league goal of the season. On 38 minutes after good work by Aaron Wright the ball fell to Cameron Nichol who fired Whitehill into a 2-1 lead. H.T. 2-1 Ebchester who never gave up the fight, deservedly got back on level terms when a great finish from Mark Longstaff made it 2-2. The game changed on the hour mark when Craig Mickle was brought down in the box by the Ebchester keeper who give away another penalty, but this time he was sent off and Craig Mickle stepped up to make it 3-2. On 71 minutes Stephen Marriott headed in his first goal of the season to give breathing space to Whitehill and a lead of 4-2. Stephen Wood then got on the score sheet in the 88th minute when he slotted the ball home for 5-2, and the scoring was completed on 90 minutes when Aaron Wright chipped the keeper for our final score of 6-2

BRANDON UNITED RESERVES 0 V 6 WALLSEND TOWN
Brandon fielded a very young side for their last game of the season and did well to hold Wallsend to only one down at half time. Second half Wallsend's experience shone through and they ran in another five goals in the second half. Man of the match for Brandon was player of the season Jay Smith and for Wallsend was Derek Graham.

BISHOP AUCKLAND RESERVES 0 V 4 SHERBURN VILLAGE WMC FC
Bishops penultimate game of the season ended in defeat. A sloppy game from Bishops point of view led to a 0-3 score line at half time, thanks to poor set pieces and disappointing team play. Second half Bishop battled back in the tackles but we're limited with chances and Sherburn added to their tally to make a full time score of 0-4. 
COUNDON & LEEHOLME YOUTH FC 2 V 3 HORSLEY HILL FC

The game started with Horsley Hill taking advantage of a Coundon side with several players missing. They had most possession and a Coundon side making mistakes allowed Horsley Hill to have a 3-0 lead at half time, Coundon started the second half much stronger and Christopher Howe who had come on as a substitute scored two goals for Coundon. Horsley Hill held on to their lead and ended the game with a 3-2 victory.
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WEDNESDAY APRIL 29TH 2015

SHILDON RESERVES 5 V 0 WALLSEND TOWN
Shildon fielded 7 players under 19 to once again show thier commitment to youth And they didn't disappoint.  Goals from connor brown. Connor storey. Jordan Lee . David Gourlay and veteran craig mountain sealed the win.
Mom for Shildon Jordan Lee and dekka graham for wallsend. The game started slowly but a spectacular opening goal from mountain kick started the home team. Another goal from storey sent the home team in 2 0 at half time. The youngsters then combined to setup brown for the 3rd and he returned the favour by setting up mom Lee for the 4th. Gourlay and drane combined to allow Gourlay to finish the scoring. the very strong established core of the team allowed the youngsters to play and as a combination they looked really good at times. Wallsend gave it everything but a hard fixture list took its toll with some regulars missing.


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MONDAY APRIL 27TH 2015

COUNDON & LEEHOME YOUTH FC 2 V 1 SHERBURN VILLAGE WMC FC
Coundon were looking a little tired after a busy fixture list and winning the league. Sherburn put pressure on Coundon and took the lead with a goal from Nicholas Marley. Coundon broke away attacking a ball on the edge of the box when the Sherburn keeper caught the ball outside the box resulting in a red card. Sherburn were still playing well with ten men and were still leading at half time. Coundon eventually equalised with a goal from Kurt Mathews. It looked like the game was going to finish even when Ben Collinson scored for Coundon in the last minute giving them a 2-1 victory.

EBCHESTER CONSETT RESERVES 2 V 6 WALLSEND TOWN

Ebchester welcomed Wallsend to Belle Vue on a wet and windy Monday night. Both teams started the game brightly with several chances in the first half hour for both teams. It was Wallsend however who took the lead with a goal from Derek Graham, however Ebchester equalised shortly after through Stephen Agnew to make the score 1.1. As half time approached Wallsend were given the opportunity to regain their lead from the penalty spot, with Connor Brown coolly slotting it away. Wallsend made it 3.1 going into half time with Paul Smith slotting away the third. The second half continued in the same vein with chances for both teams, it was Wallsend though who were the more clinical and both Paul Smith and Derek Graham bagged their second of the night, with Paul Bell also scoring Wallsend's second from the spot. Marc Longstaff scored Ebchester's second to make the final score 6.2.


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WASHINGTON AGED PEOPLES TROPHY FINAL APRIL 29TH 2015

WASHINGTON AGED PEOPLES TROPHY FINAL

COUNDON & LEEHOLME YOUTH FC 1  V 3 HARTLEPOOL FC RESERVES
The final of the Washington Aged Peoples Trophy was held at Brandon Welfare on Wednesday April 29th 2015. League Champions Coundon & Leeholme Youth FC was up against the surprise package of the Durham Alliance League this season, Hartlepool FC Reserves.

Coundon had already bagged the League Championship, Clem Smith Bowl & the Auckland Charity Cup and were favourites to lift the Washington Aged Peoples Trophy as well.

Hartlepool FC Reserves reached the final of the Washington Aged Peoples Trophy having dispatched league leaders Horsley Hill in the semi final 3-0 but this was a different challenge altogether meeting league champions Coundon and Leeholme in the final.

However Hartlepool FC Res had a different view and this match was the upset of all upsets. Hartlepool FC fielded a below strength side with Kidson, Beddow, Sullivan and Donaghy all out and Anth Readman pulling out in the warm up. It looked like the writing was on the wall but the never say die attitude of the players shone through from the start.

The game started with Coundon having a lot of possession, as expected, and they were first on the attack. Defender Scott Close showed his determination when tracking back and putting in a fantastic tackle to deny Coundons pacy striker. Jake Larkin as always was making progress down the left wing but the pressure was on when young Sam Dobson ripped open old stitches with a big tackle in the box. Luke Sutheran replaced Dobson and had a great game on the right of the midfield. Against all odds Hartlepool FC Reserves took the lead when striker Lewi Murphy challenged for the Ball against a strong defender, despite losing a tooth the ball fell to Larkin who put FC ahead in the 20th minute. Striker Carl O'Sullivan was next to show with a 1 v 1 with the keeper but struggled to get the ball under control while at the other end defender Dan Cartwright headed clear a Coundon corner. O'Sullivan chased a Coundon defender down in the corner and robbed him of the ball, turned and showed pace into the box, cut the ball back for top scorer Murphy who made no mistake 2-0. The second goal rocked Coundon and gave FC the belief they had a chance. O'Sullivan and Murphy linked up again only to see Murphy hit the bar but within a minute the keeper made a poor kick for Murphy to collect the ball and put FC 3-0 up. Coundon pushed but MOM Jake Jenkins was outstanding in heart of the defence.


The second half was a different affair with wounded Coundon dangerous from the off. They were first to show but scuffed their shot wide. It was plain to see why they were league champs and FC had to be resolute in their defending. Coundon had a great chance only to see the shot tipped over my keeper Ryan Harrisskitt. Defender Jack Swales put in a last ditch tackle to deny Coundon and the FC defence held strong under great pressure. Dom Swinburne was outstanding on the left of the defence but with 7 minutes to go Coundon striker Johnson pulled one back but it wasn't enough to beat the league newcomers and the new Washington Aged People's Champions to bring the cup back to Hartlepool

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