Published on Thursday, November 23rd, 2017 at 9:35 pm
It has been another great week for Bishop Auckland St Mary’s who, up against some illustrious opposition, scooped the Junior Sports Club of the Year award 2017 for the Durham Dales area.
“It is great recognition for the 65 volunteer managers, coaches and secretaries, as well as the players,” said club chairman, Steve Coulthard.
“We also had our U7Aces 19-year-old manager, Connor Ward receive the Young Coach of the Year award,” he added.
Last Wednesday, all the coaches were invited through to the Middlesbrough FC training camp and had a great time watching Pete Sturgess from the FA displaying some coaching drills.
The club also had great news that last season’s U18 treble winning team are in the final three in the Junior Team of the Year at the Local Heroes Awards night at Wynyard Hall on December 7th.
It was also a good weekend on the park last Sunday for the teams.
The U7 Aces performed well against Darlington.
The U8 Aces lost out in a close game against Stranton.
The U8 Kings beat Norton & Stockton with goals from Joe Petch (3), Bobby Ebdon (3), Cooper Batley (2) and Hayden Raine.
The U9 Aces won at Billingham with goals from Jay Grant, Charlie Cranston and Luca McMahon.
The U10 Aces won at Middleton Rangers with two goals from Bradley Currie.
The U10 Kings beat Billingham with goals from Mason Wright and Charlie Watson.
The U11 Kings won 4-1 at Marton with goals from Dan Walton (3) and Jake Pinkney.
The U12 Kings lost out 2-1 to Billingham.
The U13 Aces lost out at Golden Flatts.
The U13 Kings drew 3-3 with Cleveland, Luke Pinkney and Joe Spark scoring.
The U14 Aces had a fantastic 7-0 win in the County Cup against Birtley.
The U14 Kings lost out on penalties to South Shields.
The U15 has a great 3-0 win away at North Ormesby.
The U16 Aces won 4-1 at Teeside Rangers.
The U18s stayed top of the league with a 7-1 win over Dawdon.
The U23 had a good win in the league cup against Waldridge 4-2 with goals from Morgan Hall (2) Aidan Hart and Jordan Lee.
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