The year 7 Boys team have reached the County Cup Quarter Final following an excellent result against St.Josephs from Hebburn.
The result of 2-0 was a based around a solid defence across the pitch. In the first half, St.Josephs dominated possession but were unable to create any clear chances. Hummersknott took one of their few chances in the first half created from a cross by Joe Dunn and brilliantly finished by Brandon Williams. Second half was more even for chances with Harry Harrison making a fine save from a driven shot. The game was still tense and could still have gone either way until a great break away attack by Lucas Goddard playing a wonderfully weighted through ball for Brandon to run onto and slip passed the on rushing keeper to make it 2-0.
The quarter final opponent will be away to either St. Bedes RC from Lanchester or St. Robert of Newminster
Y7 played their first match against Kingsmeadow Community School in Dunston, beating them 6-4. Brilliant play by everyone but special mention must be made of Brandon Williams who scored 4 goals.
Y8 won their County Cup game 3-0 against St Leonards fro Durham. Also in the league they beat Carmel 8-3 and Education Village 6-2. With two more games to play they are unbeaten in the league.
Hummersknott Year 10 boys have started the season as defending champions of the Darlington Town League. The team were sporting their new kits as they got off to a flying start with an impressive 6 - 1 league win against Hurworth. Kits sponsored by Hummersknott Active. The boys have also been entered into 2 county competitions and we wish them all the best of luck for this coming season.
Our year 8 football team also got off to a great start to the season with a 3-1 win against Hurworth.
The Year 10 team in their new kit sponsored by Hummersknott Active
The Y9 football team played Carmel College at home yesterday.
All players had a brilliant match and contributed individually as a team.
At half time it was 1 - 0 after Oscar Taylor scored a great breakaway goal. The second half was evenly contested. The second goal of the match was scored by Kai Smith for us. Carmel then narrowed the gap with one goal, but we restored the two goal advantage with another fantastic strike by Oscar Taylor. Carmel pulled back again with another great goal, but we still had enough fight to hold on for a superb win.
Special mention should be made of Matthew Edwards who had originally intended to spectate, but ended up playing part of the match, when one of the players had to retire injured.
Players: Harry Chrisp, James Morley (Year 8), Charlie Kinnear, Kai Smith, Louis Moran, Jack Hurworth, Daniel Le Roi Smith, Lewis Johnson, Robbie McMain, Oscar Taylor, Jow Bowsher, Laurie Carragher, Matthew Edwards
The year 7 boys are celebrating being crowned Town Football Champions. Well played boys! Let's hope you can keep up this standard.