Brompton A Under-9s played Catterick B winning 3-1 with goals from Chris Holmes, George Austick and an own goal from Catterick.

Brompton played some good passing football and were deserved winners. Brompton A then played against Catterick A in a tightly-fought game. James Pugh opened the scoring with a well taken goal before Catterick got back into the game with an own goal from a deflection from Brompton. After half time both sides pushed forward but two goals from Austick sealed the match in Brompton's favour. he best of these was a dribbling run from midfield beating several players before slotting the ball past Catterick's keeper.

Brompton B played Catterick A. Catterick took an early lead but David Holmes equalled the score. Catterick missed a penalty but eventually went on to win the game 4-1 a scoreline which didn't reflect the effort and chances Brompton had to get back into the game. Jason Howell inparticular was outstanding for Brompton.

Brompton B v Catterick B was a closely fought game. It was 3-2 at half time to Brompton with goals from Watkinson, D. Holmes and Wilson. Oliver Welham saved a penalty for Brompton who went in deserved winners at half time. The second half saw Brompton make several changes and conceded three poor goals in a short time. After this they never got back into the match which ended in a disappointing 7-3 to Catterick.

Brompton Juniors Under-14s entertained Darlington Spraire Lads B on Sunday and this was Brompton's first game since December 8. Spraire who played last week had the better of the first half, but they could not convert the chances they created. Brompton improved as the half went on and scored after 30 minutes: an excellent pass by Scott Goodrum found Adam Lister who coolly chipped the advancing keeper. Lukas Sutton scored with a 30m shot in the first minute of the second half, and Stefan Pearson scored twice, the second a mazy run taking him past three defenders before slotting the ball home.

Spraire came back into the match, but resolute defending prevented them scoring. John Henry capped an excellent display with a well-taken goal 5mins: from time. Final score 5-0 to Brompton.