11 goals for the Allstars U17's with Mr Wright scoring Seven.

The Under-17s were at home to Cawood Wanderers in the league and romped home to a fantastic win. The Allstars quickly got into their stride and controlled the game from start to finish. With some inch-perfect passing and confident attacking football the Allstars fully deserved this 11-0 victory. After scoring seven goals, the man of the match award was deservedly given to Tommy Wright. This was a fine display by the Allstars and a perfect advertisement for Junior League football.

Other scorers were Andy Edgworth (2), Adam Moses and Gary Buckley.

The Under-9s were at home to Aycliffe Panthers in the fourth round of the league cup. The Allstars settled quickly and with some fantastic passing, controlled the game in the early stages. The forwards then turned on the magic, putting seven past the Panther's keeper. The match ended in a well-deserved 7-0 victory. The Allstars have still not conceded a goal in any competition at home. Scorers were Bradley Simpson (2), Andrew Wilson (2), William Whittaker (2) and Liam Jarvie with Callum Roddy getting the man of the match award.

The Allstars continued their winning performance with a 6-0 victory.

Scorers were man of the match Bradley Simpson (2), Liam Jarvie, James Szboslai, William Whittaker and Steven Husband.

The Under-11s were hosts to top of the league Kader in this competitive league match. Kader started the match undefeated but after a determined effort by the Allstars lost this title and the game. The Allstars were losing 1-0 at half time against this strong physical Kader team but came out in the second half much more confident. With the wind on their side and a clear determination to win, the Allstars not only equalised, but took the lead and the final score was a well-deserved 2-1 victory. A special mention goes to the whole squad, as everyone played and everyone gave their all. The scorer was Darren Swankie and man of the match went Josh Knoxs.

The Under-11 Colts were due to play at Trimdon, but due to an unfit pitch, hosted the game instead. The game was competitively fought with end to end action, with both teams determined to win. The Allstars gelled early and pulled off some fantastic attacking football. The game ended in a 3-3 draw, and the spectators did not go away disappointed. Scorers were Dion Sung, Sean Simpson and Adam Manning with Tom McCabe man of the match.

The Under-15 Colts were away to Thirsk Falcons in the league. The game was very evenly matched and proved a joy to watch for the spectators. The Allstars were 1-0 down but in a competitive sportsman-like game, the Allstars came back to end the game in a 1-1 draw. Once gain, this was a tremendous advertisement for Junior League football.

The scorer was Adam Yeadon and Marc Tills was man of the match.

The Under-12 Colts were away to Barnard Castle in extremely windy conditions. The Allstars battled hard against the wind and despite determination by the Allstars, were losing 3-2 after 20 minutes. Goalkeeper and man of the match Sam Jones, saved a penalty keeping the Allstars in the game. The Allstars scored again and the final score was a 3-3 draw. Scorers were Adam MacDonald, Liam Clarke and Tom Haile.

The Under-15s were at home to Hartburn Jnrs in the league. The Allstars found it hard to settle and were drawing 1-1 at half time. Hartburn came out more confident in the second half and the Allstars were put under pressure. Hartburn scored four goals in the last ten minutes of the game with the final score a 5-1 defeat for the Allstars with Darryl Roberts scoring and Luke Rain man of the match.

The Under-16s were away to Kader in the league and opened the game with a good 30 minutes performance. However, it was Kader who broke the deadlock in the first half. Kader went on to score three second half goals but Andy Sutton ran 40 yards before scoring from the edge of the box, making the final score a 4-1 defeat. Andy Welch made his come back to the team and was awarded man of the match with Andy Sutton scoting the only goal.

The Under-10s were at home to Hartlepool Juniors in a hard fought, competitive league match. The Allstars scored three quality goals after some fantastic attacking football. In the second half, the Allstars turned on the class and the game ended in a 3-1 victory. Scorers were Danny Thompson (2) and man of the match Karl Hewitt.

In the friendly, the Allstars ran out of steam losing the game 2-0. Man of the match was awarded to Johnnie Stokell who had an outstanding game in the midfield, controlling the game and leading by example.

Darlington Spraire Lads and Lasses

The Under-9s were at home to Aycliffe in the first round of the league trophy. In an entertaining game Spraire took the lead through Kerry Hedley then added a second through Wilson Kneeshaw. The second half started with Spraire adding a further two with Hedley and Kneeshaw getting theire brace. The Aycliffe keeper then made some excellent saves to keep the score down to 4-0 at full-time.

In the following friendly Spraire won 5-1 with goals from Zac Tervit, James Bennett, Sam Liddle and two for Danny Stead.

It was the proverbial game of two halves for Under-14 B. For the first 30 minutes Spraire totally dominated midfield against Brompton and should really have had the game sewn up by half-time but unfortunately a defensive lapse just before half-time allowed Brompton to take the lead against the run of play. In the second half it was Brompton who turned the screws and they increased the lead within a minute with a splendid strike from outside the box. Brompton now had their tails up and went on to score another three goals, leaving Spraire a very dejected team at the final whistle. Carl Boyce was awarded Spraire's man of the match for his hard work, particularly in the first half.

In the Richmond League, Spraire put in a magnificent effort but still were unfortunate 5-3 losers at Catterick AWS. The home side scored first but persistent play by Spraire's Matthew Hall earned him and excellent equaliser. Gary Ormerod was then foulded in the box and man of the match, Jazz Simpson despatched the penalty kick to give Spraire a 2-1 interval lead. Catterick AWS then went on to score three goals in the second half before Matthew McNaughton scored a great volley for Spraire in the closing stages

At Under-12 the A team sowed there rustiness after six weeks without a game loosing 5-0 to Redcar Town man of the match was Watson with Anderson and Myers also performing well. The B team had a great start against Northallaton Town however five minuetes before half time Northalaton broke the deadlock. Scoring the second at the start of the second half Northalaton went on to win 4-0 man of the match for Spraire was keeper Peackock.

The Under-16a travelled to South Bank on on a glue pot of a pitch dissapointingly lost 5-2 the Spraire goals came from Groves and Amos.

Darlington Spraire Lasses took their goal scoring total to 100 in a highly entertaining league encounter with Norton & Stockton. Norton created some excellent chances in the opening minutes only to be frustrated by the excellent goalkeeping of Spraire player of the match Katie McTague. Spraire themselves created some good chances with hat-trick hero Laura Gowling hitting the post after five minutes and the crossbar in the ninth. Katie Mctague had to make a superb save after ten minutes to defy Norton taking the lead. Jordan Atkinson opened the scoring for Spraire forcing the ball home into the left corner following a deflection from Laura Gowling. Spraire captain Rachel McKnight nearly made it 2-0 only to see her solo run saved by a confident Norton keeper. Laura Gowling made it 2-0 just before the end of the first quarter with a perfectly placed lob into the top corner of goal. Rachel McKnight made it 3-0 after 22 minutes with a long cross that passed both Spraire and Norton players to end up in the left corner of goal. Substitute Joanna Dinsdale played a wonderful ball to Laura Gowling to make it 4-0 in the 25th minute. No sooner had Norton kicked off from the centre spot had Laura Gowling scored her hat-trick and Spraires 100th goal of the season to make the score a comfortable 5-0.

After the break Norton produced a relentless onslaught on the Spraire goal only to be denied by the Spraire defence of Laura Spence and Tania Shires. Norton nearly grabbed a goal in the 41st minute with the ball rattling the crossbar before going out for a goal kick. Spraire made substitutions in the third quarter with new team member Lauren Claxton teaming up with fellow substitute Leah Curry to give a well earned break to Laura Spence and Helen McTague. Helen McTague returned back on the pitch following an injury to Jordan Atkinson creating some penetrating runs down the left wing. Norton pulled a deserved goal back in the 46th minute following non stop attacks on the Spraire goal but Spraire held on to win the game 5-1.