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Durham County Harrison League 2017-18

Opposition

    Scorers
Darlington A Lost 2-3

Scott, Burns

Sunderland H Lost 3-4

Wilson, Renwick (2)

Washington A Lost 1-3

Burns

N Tyneside A  

 

Redcar & Clev H Lost 0-11

 

East North. H Lost 1-4

Burns

Stockton H    
Newcastle A    
       
       
       
       

 

 

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Season 2017-18

Derwent & Medomsley Cup

Opposition   Score Scorers
Durham City H  

 

     

 

     

 

 

 

 

Season 2016-17

Friendlies

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11 November

East Northumberland 4 Chester-le-Street 1

Harrison Trophy

Following last week's heavy defeat, we were looking for a better performance against a team similar to ourselves. A good first half performance, in which all the team played well, saw us go in all square with Louis Burns equalising to set up a close encounter.

This continued well into the second half until East Northumberland edged in front followed by two late goals to give the score a lop sided look. It was much closer than the scoreline suggests.

One thing which can't be faulted is the attitude of the boys. Things are obviously not going well but heads aren't dropping and they remain upbeat, which is hard to take when we are struggling for results. All we can do is keep going

4 November

Chester-le-Street 0 Redcar & Cleveland 11

Harrison Trophy

This match was always going to be difficult judging by the impressive results gained by Redcar so far this season but we didn't expect to be on the end of a hiding from a good, strong, fast team. However, for the first ten minutes, we competed well and there was certainly no sign of what was to come. Redcar were under pressure but the first goal, closely followed by another, simply deflated the team. A combination of good finishing and a series of mistakes by Chester-le-Street, resulted in the most embarassing of scorelines. Redcar were too big, too strong and too fast for our team and we were pleased when the final whistle sounded. Although losing all four matches in the Harrison league, we have competed well and the scores have been close. However, this was different.

Hopefully, next week's match against East Northumberland should be a close encounter as both teams have been unable to register a point so far


 

 

 

 





 

 

 

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