Latest youth cup fixtures and results.
NFA TESCO CUP (under-13s) Round three (all 1.30 tomorrow) : Red House Farm Torino v Cram Jnrs Reds; Longhoughton Rangers Jnrs v Bedlington Jnrs Roma; Hexham Jnrs v Ponteland Utd Jnrs Barca; Red House Farm Milan v Newcastle Westgate Jnrs; Heaton Hawks v Whitley Bay BC Bay Blues; Kingston park CA Raptors v Whitley Coast Soccer; Prudhoe YC Reds v Wallsend BC Yellow; Whitley Bay Club Whites v Newcastle EE Jnrs.
MANN BROADBENT NFA RANGERS CUP (under-16s) Round three (all 1.30 tomorrow) Montague and Nth Fenham v Newcastle City Jnrs; Blyth Spartans Jnrs v Wallsend BC; Newbiggin Hall Jnrs v Heaton Hawks; Alnwick Town Jnrs v Newcastle EE Jnrs; Hexham Jnrs Greens v Ponteland Utd Jnrs EE B and W; Fawdon Park Jnrs v Cram Jnrs Whites; Cram Jnrs Reds v Hexham Jnrs Whites; Wallsend Comm Jnrs v Whitley Bay FC Jnrs.
MANN BROADBENT NFA COLTS CU P Round two: Walker Central Jnrs 5 Heaton Hawks 0; North Shields Jnrs 1 West Denton Jnrs 7; Prudhoe YC Jnrs 8 New Fordley Jnrs 0; Longhoughton Jnrs 6 Newcastle EE Jnrs 2; Bedlington Jnrs 3 Whitley Bay Jnrs Milan 1; Cram Jnrs 1 Whitley Bay Coast Soccer 1 (Cram Jnrs won 4-2 on pens); Whitley Bay Jnrs Barca 1 Wallsend BC Yellows 8. Pinpoint Jnrs 1 Newcastle City Jnrs Inter 2; Ponteland Jnrs Milan 4 Killingworth YPC Jnrs Milan 2; Hexham Jnrs 1 Whitley Bay BC 8; Ashington Jnrs 6 Kingston Park 3.
PRIZED OCCASION Newcastle East End FC were well represented at the Northumberland Clubs for Young People's 75th anniversary meeting at the Assembley Rooms, where the 2010 Key Stone Awards were handed out. Receiving their bronze awards for 10 years service (left) were (left to right) Debra Scott, Beverly Scott, Charlie Scott, Kelly Scott, Arthur Bartlett, Les Monaghan and Dave Lattimer
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|Publication:||Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)|
|Date:||Nov 13, 2010|
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