Saints reign-despite the rain; Schools Football.
THE adverse weather has had a negative impact on schoolboy football so far this season.
Saturday's opening event, the Northumberland Senior Schools' seven-a-side competition, fell victim to the rain for only the second time in its history.
Unfortunately, the event cannot be replayed due to a full league programme.
The Northumberland under-18 sqauds trials were called off on Monday night, but management duo Andy Costello and Matthew Turner '':For the football player, see Matthew Turner (footballer)
Matthew Turner (d. 1788), a Liverpool physician, is considered (for example by Berman, 1990) to be the author or co-author of the 1782 pamphlet, Answer to Dr. will try again at Heaton Manor tomorrow night.
One school unaffected by the weather is St Cuthbert's.
Its under-14 side has already travelled to Hartlepool to play Dyke House in the ESFA ESFA European Food Safety Authority
ESFA England School Football Association Cup - and recorded a 2-0 victory thanks to Steven Mills and Levi Sample.
The under-13s defeated Chantry chan·try
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1. An endowment to cover expenses for the saying of masses and prayers, usually for the soul of the founder of the endowment.
2. 3-1 on Saturday in a friendly and visit Newminster in the County Cup next Thursday.
Saints' under-12s go to Billingham next Wednesday (4.00) to play St Michael's in the ESFA Cup.
They travel in high spirits Adj. 1. in high spirits - happy and excited and energetic
elated - exultantly proud and joyful; in high spirits; "the elated winner"; "felt elated and excited" after beating Chantry 9-1 in a friendly.
Goals from Daniel Mills (3), Brendan Dowling (2), Dylan Thompson (2), Matthew Elsender and Reece Young settled the game.
ST CUTHBERTS (from): Connor Slomski, Connor Brumwell, George Wilson, Nathan Ray, Jack Williams, Dylan Thompson, Samuel Ajayi, Adam Laidler, Reece Young, Paul Moody, Kane Holford, Daniel Mills, Crag Barker, Matthew Elesender, Brendan Dowling.