Tyne Tees Girls - Youth League - League Challenge Cup round two - Under-12s

Barnard C. 5 v 5 Stock. West End (aet)

Barnard took the lead having got of to the better start only to see Stockton respond quickly and then taking a 3-1 lead. Castle came out fighting and even though the play was end to end they pulled two goals back to go in level at half time. The third quarter saw Barnard take the lead only for Stockton to equalise within seconds. The score remained 4-4 at the end of the game which then took the tie into extra time when both teams scored. With the result still being level at the end of extra time the game was the decided on a penalty shoot-out with Stockton running out eventual winners. Player of the match for Barnard was Kathryn Jones and for Stockton was Sara Ellis.

Low Fell 0 v 2 Cramlington

The Low Fell keeper made some tremendous saves as Cramlington made several attacks, in response Low Fell made one or two breaks but these were thwarted by the Cramlington defence. Cara Moran scored Cramlington's goals with Low Fell playing well in defence and kept Cramlington from scoring further goals. Player of the game for Low Fell was Morgan Armstrong and for Cramlington Courtney Vasher.

Wardley Wrens 2 v 6 Boldon

After a good start which saw Wardley take an early lead Boldon gradually established their superiority and scored the next goals. Both teams enjoyed the game and face each other in the league this weekend. Player of the match for Wardley was Emma Campbell and for Boldon was Stacey Bonney who also scored twice.

Blyth Town 0 v 5 SAFC 24/7 Girls

Blyth's meeting with Sunderland drew a big crowd and they weren't disappointed as Blyth put on their best display of the season. SAFC had beaten Blyth in the league game 12-0 away from home but being on home territory the Blyth girls were up for this game. Blyth gave SAFC a very hard game today and the girls from Blyth were a credit to their club with the 5-0 scoreline flattering SAFC. Players of the match were Catherine Clough for Blyth and for SAFC Abby Holmes.

Under-14s Cup

Lumley Lasses 1 v 8 Boldon

Although Lumley played better than last week they could not cope with a strong Boldon side who where led up front by Michaela Carter who also took the player of the match award for Boldon having scored four goals. Boldon also defended well with keeper Helen Alderson having an outstanding game. Player of the match for Lumley was Sarah Grufferty.

Blyth Town 5 v 0 Newcastle Juniors

Blyth were 2-0 up at half time with goals coming from Helen McManus and Michaela Newton. Blyth started the second half with all guns blazing with Michaela Newton scoring a further two to give her a hat-trick on the day and Helen McManus scoring her second to complete the score-line. Players of the match were Jessica Havelock for Blyth and Laura Jobson for Newcastle.

Darlington Spraire Lasses 0 v 4 Hartlepool St. Francis

A great game to watch with the game evenly balanced until St. Francis scored two quick goals after 33 minutes having scored early in the game saw them leading 3-0 at half time. Darlington had pushed hard but missed their chances. An own goal in the second half by the Darlington keeper was the only strike of the half. Players of the match were D. Schutt for Darlington and for St. francis was R. Smith.

Under-13s League game

North Shields 1 v 3 Lumley Lasses

Lumley were 3-0 up after 50 minutes with goals from Alex Laws, Sara Clayton and Emma Preston but North Shields went close to scoring on a number of occasions. In the final ten minutes Stephanie Towns hit a well struck shot that gave the keeper no chance and gave North Shields a well earned consolation goal. Players of the match were Stephanie Towns for North Shields and for Lumley S. Clayton.

Under-18s League

This division kicked off with a game between two well matched teams and the game was a great advert for girls football. The whole Newcastle team had to contribute to Marton's win because at half time Newcastle were losing 5-4 having been down 4-1 at one point. The second half saw a real change of attitude from the Newcastle girls with two goals from Naomi Robson sealing the game in their favour. Player of the match for Newcastle was Rachel Coleman who was very committed in defence and for Marton was Amy Pickering. A draw would have been a fair result