Harrison County League

The Durham Harrison Trophy is the oldest and most prestigious competition in Durham County. Played for by district teams in Durham County Schools FA, the teams play each other home and away to determine Durham County champions. The success of Chester-le-Street in a competition which began way back in 1969 can be seen below

Season 1964-65 Winners
Season 1983-84 Winners
Season 1985-86 Winners
Season 1988-89 Winners
Season 1994-95 Winners
Season 1999-00 Winners
Season 2002-03 Winners
Season 2004-05 Runners Up
Season 2006-07 Runners Up
Season 2009-10 Winners
Season 2010-11 Runners Up
Season 2010-11 Runners Up
Season 2011-12 Runners Up
Season 2012-13 Winners

 

Past Chester-le-Street District Winners of the Harrison Durham County Cup

 

     

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Durham County Harrison League 2016-17

Opposition

    Scorers
Darlington H Lost 2-4

Pearson, Bailey

Sunderland A Drew 0-0

 

Middlesbrough H Drew 3-3

Lavery 2, Bailey

N Tyneside A Won 4-1

Addison 3, Boddy

Redcar & Cle A Lost 1-3

Addison

East North. H Won 5-2

Thynne 2, Pearson, Addison, Twaddle

Stockton A Won 3-2 Thynne 2, Pearson
Newcastle A Won 4-1 Boddy (2), Bailey, Addison
Darlington A Won 4-2 Boddy, Bailey, Pearson,
Addison
Middlesbrough A Lost 1-2 Boddy
Sunderland H Drew 1-1 Pearson
Stockton A Lost 3-4 Pearson (2), Boddy
        

 

 Harrison League

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Derwent & Medomsley Cup

 

 

 

 

 

Past Durham County Harrison Cup Winners
1964 Seaham 1965 Chester-le-Street 1966 Seaham 1967 Jarrow H & F
1968 Jarrow H & F 1969 Jarrow, Hebburn & F 1970 Stanley 1971 Sunderland
1972 Sunderland 1973 Blaydon 1974 Jarrow, Hebb. & Fell. 1975 Jarrow, H & F
1976 Jarrow, H & F 1977 Sunderland 1978 Blaydon 1979 Sunderland
1980 Sunderland 1981 Sunderland 1982 Sunderland 1983 Durham
1984 Chester-le-Street 1985 Bishop Auckland 1986 Ch-le-St/Sunderland 1987 Sunderland
1988 Sunderland 1989 Chester-le-Street 1990 Peterlee 1991 Hartlepool/Jarrow & H
1992 Sunderland 1993 Bishop Auckland 1994 Sunderland 1995 Ch-le-St/Sunderland
1996 Stockton 1997 Peterlee 1998 Peterlee 1999 S Shields/Sunderland
2000 Chester-le-Street 2001 Derwentside 2002 South Tyneside 2003 Chester-le-Street
2004 Felling 2005 North Tyneside 2006 N Tyneside/Stockton 2007 South Tyneside
2008 South Tyneside 2009 S Tyne./Sunderland 2010 Chester-le-Street 2011 Sunderland
2012 Sunderland 2013 Chester-le-Street 2014 Sunderland 2015 Sunderland
2016 Middlesbrough            

 

Derwent & Medomsley Cup

The Derwent & Medomsley Cup is the only knockout cup played throughout the season. Chester-le-Street have an excellent record in the short time the competition has been running as can be seen below

 

Season 1998-99 Winners
Season 1999-00 Winners
Season 2000-01 Runners Up
Season 2003-04 Runners Up
Season 2004-05 Runners Up
Season 2005-06 Winners

 

Derwent & Medomsley Cup

 

 

Past Winners of the Derwent & Medomsley Cup
    1983 Blaydon 1984 Hartlepool 1985 Not Played
1986 Peterlee 1987 Lambton & Hetton 1988 Bishop Auckland 1989 Jarrow & Hebburn
1990 South Shields 1991 Felling 1992 Jarrow & Hebburn 1993 Sunderland
1994 Stockton 1995 Sunderland 1996 Bishop Auckland 1997 Jarrow & Hebburn
1998 Sunderland 1999 Chester-le-Street 2000 Chester-le-Street 2001 Derwentside
2002 South Tyneside 2003 Darlington 2004 South Tyneside 2005 Derwentside
2006 Chester-le-Street 2007 S Tyne/Sunderland 2008 Sunderland 2009 Sunderland
2010 Felling 2011 Sunderland 2012 Sunderland 2013 Sunderland
2014 Sunderland 2015 Darlington        

 
Durham County ESFA 7-a-Side

This competition has provided many happy memories over the years and not so happy memories! (see 'Memories' page). As one of four national competitions in schools' football, this one has proved very much to our liking and we have an outstanding record in the Durham County, North of England and National Finals as can be seen from the tables below

 

Durham County 7-a-Side  
Season 1994-95 Winners
Season 1996-97 Winners
Season 1999-00 Winners
Season 2000-01 Winners
Season 2001-02 Winners
Season 2003-04 Winners
Season 2004-05 Runners Up
Season 2005-06 Winners
Season 2010-11 Winners
Season 2011-12 Runners Up
Season 2012-13 Runners Up
Season 2014-15 Winners
Season 2016-17 Winners

 

 

North of England Finals  
Season 1999-00 Winners
Season 2000-01 Winners
Season 2003-04 Winners
Season 2005-06 Winners


National Finalists: Lilleshall National Sports Centre 2001
 


National Finalists: Lilleshall National Sports Centre 2004


National finalists at Keele University 2006

 

Season 1999-2000   ESFA National Champions

 


National Champions: Wembley 2000

 

 

Past Winners of the Durham County Association 7-a-Side
1993-94 Chester-le-Street 1994-95 Chester-le-Street 1995-96 Sunderland 1996-97 Chester-le-Street
1997-98 Peterlee 1998-99 Sunderland 1999-00 Chester-le-Street 2000-01 Chester-le-Street
2001-02 Chester-le-Street 2002-03 Darlington 2003-04 Chester-le-Street 2004-05 Derwentside
2005-06 Chester-le-Street 2006-07 South Tyneside 2007-08 South Tyneside 2008-09 Sunderland
2009-10 Felling 2010-11 Chester-le-Street 2011-12 Sunderland 2012-13 Sunderland
2013-14 Sunderland 2014-15 Chester-le-Street 2015-16 Sunderland 2016-17 Chester-le-Street

 

Durham County Association 5-a-Side Competition

The indoor 5 a side was introduced into the programme in 1992 and is a one-off competition, offering some relief to 11 a side football. Our record over the years has been outstanding - see information below

 

Season 1996-97 Winners
Season 1998-99 Winners
Season 1999-00 Winners
Season 2003-04 Winners
Season 2004-05 Runners Up
Season 2006-07 Runners Up
Season 2007-08 Winners
Season 2008-09 Winners
Season 2011-12 Runners Up
Season 2014-15 Runners Up
Season 2106-17 Winners

 


Durham County 5 a side  Winners 2008

 

 

 

Past Winners of Durham County Association 5-a-Side

1992 Bishop Auckland 1993 Sunderland 1994 Sunderland 1995

Derwentside

1996 Peterlee 1997 Chester-le-Street 1998 Peterlee 1999 Chester-le-Street
2000 Chester-le-Street 2001 Derwentside 2002 Darlington 2003 Chester-le-Street
2004 Derwentside 2005 Derwentside 2006 Sunderland 2007 Chester-le-Street
2008 Chester-le-Street 2009 Felling 2010 Darlington 2011 Sunderland
2012 Sunderland 2013 Sunderland 2014 Sunderland 2015 Sunderland
2016 Darlington 2017 Chester-le-Street