Bedlington Terriers Under-15s had an England World Cup winner to present their end of season awards.
After another extended season, the Standard Security Blyth and Wansbeck Sunday League finally reached its presentaion night at New Delaval and Newsham Social Club.
Holywell Fat Ox Over-40s are looking for new players for next season.
Bedlington Terriers chairman Ronan Liddane has spoken of the optimism around the northern league club as the new season approaches.
Ashington manager Gary Middleton’s plans for the new campaign have been hit by the departure of three players.
New Hartley Juniors celebrated a successful season at their annual presentation at a packed Hartley club on Friday night.
Ashington CFC Under-17s are getting ready for their 11th season, this time at under-18 level.
Gateshead Rutherford have been handed a stay of execution and avoided the drop into Division One of the Northern Football Alliance next season.
Robert Dale celebrated signing up for the new season at the weekend by finally being presented with Blyth Spartans’ leading goalscorer award for last season.
Ashington CFC’s Gareth Bainbridge has become one of the first to get his hands on a brand new football boot launched by adidas.
Former players and managers will come together to take charge of an old Ashington side in memory of a former player.
Ashington CFC have signed Sam Norris Newcastle Benfield.
New signing Michael Laws is expected to make his Ashington debut at the start of the new season against Spennymoor, the club he left to link up with the Colliers.
Blyth Spartans Under-16s – the class of 1996-97 – came to an end as a junior football team at the weekend.
Ashington CFC manager Gary Middleton - having seen his side win their first piece of silverware under his leadership in the season just ended – has delivered a precautionary warning that continued success is not a foregone conclusion.
Iain Nickalls bowed out of football in style last week.
New Hartley Juniors kept a tight grip on the NFA Junior Cup after beating Bedlington Terriers 2-0 in the final held at Whitley Park in Benton.
Seaton Delaval Dynamos Junior FC are preparing for the new season.
Paul Gordon netted twice as Wallsend Town retained the Northern Alliance Bill Gardner Memorial Trophy at Purvis Park on Wednesday evening.
In the Morpeth Sunday League’s ES Johnson Challenge Cup final, Bedlington Barrington Arms edged out Red Row Brick Club 2-1 after extra time to ensure it was party time on the town’s Front Street on Sunday night.
Ashington Juniors Eagles Under-12s are in need of a larger trophy cabinet after clinching the treble this season.
Ashington CFC’s assistant manager Perry Briggs reckons he has already seen enough in his six months with the club to convince him that the future looks bright for the Woodhorn Lane outfit.
Ashington CFC have arranged their first pre-season friendly for July.
New Hartley Juniors’ hopes of ‘retaining’ the Durham County Youth Cup were denied by a Ryhope winner five minutes from time in the final.
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