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Junior Fixtures 3rd Nov 13

Date Age Group No Event Home v Away
03-Nov Under 7 League Spraire Lads v SHILDON
03-Nov Under 8 League Newton Aycliffe Youth v SHILDON
03-Nov Under 9 League Stranton FC Juniors v SHILDON
03-Nov Under 10 CUP N & S Ancients v SHILDON
03-Nov Under 11 No match No match v No match
03-Nov Under 13 League SHILDON v Brompton Juniors
03-Nov Under 16 League SHILDON v Dormanstown Juniors

U10’s continue with another win

Under 7’s

SHILDON  v  Ferryhill Town

Due to FA rules, we are unable to provide details of the result

Shildon played host to Ferryhill Town and played a very good game.  Plenty of goals were scored, with the Shildon ones by Noah Fawcett (2) Charlie Robinson (1) Sam Hopper (1) Xander Caygill (1) John Taylor (1)

Team – Hayden Dent, Charlie Robinson, Christian Robinson, Sam Hopper, Xander Caygill, Noah Fawcett, John Taylor, Charlie Brown


Under 8’s

West Auckland  v  SHILDON

Due to FA rules, we are unable to provide details of the result.

Man of the Match – Jack Leighton

The Shildon Under 8’s were away to West Auckland this Sunday. The game was always going to be a tough one. Shildon put the pressure on from the off, and gave West very little room to move. They passed the ball very well and had a number of shots at goal but unfortunately couldn’t find the back of the net.  As the second half got under way Shildon increased the pressure again, the quality of the football being played was outstanding. Jack Leighton managed to get Shildon onto the scoreboard with a cracking goal, a great present for his 8th birthday!  Jake Sharp in goal made a number of good saves.


Under 9’s

Sedgefield Youth  v  SHILDON

Due to FA rules, we are unable to provide details of the result.

Shildon U9’s travelled to Sedgefield on Sunday with only 6 players. This however only fed their desire.  Every player was outstanding and played some great football throughout both games.  For much of the time the opposition couldn’t break out of their own half such was Shildon’s determination and team play.  Cole Layfield scored the Shildon goal.

The team was: Jamie Donohue, Ashley Jardine, James Douthwaite, Micheal Gaffney, Cole Layfield, Kian Dixon.


Under 10’s

SHILDON  1  0  Darlington 21st All Stars

Scorers Kane Hopwood

On a very heavy muddy pitch, Shildon from the start tried to play passing football with some good coach work from defence to mid-field up to the forwards.  Having most of the play Ellie Geary was very unlucky with 2 good right foot shots that were well saved by the All Stars goalkeeper. As conditions worsened the away team defended well,at half time it was still 0-0.  At the start of the second half, Shildon had good passes and were unlucky several times not to score.  With 6mins remaining, again with good team passing, a through ball was pounced on by Kane Hopwood, who shot into the corner.

Good luck next week in the cup quarter final at Norton.

Under 11’s

Redcar Athletic Blues  0  3  SHILDON

Scorers – Callum Brown (2) Joe White (1)

Man of the match – Callum Brown

The U11’s travelled to Redcar and produced an excellent performance to gain their first win of the season.


Under 13’s

Brompton  5  3  SHILDON

Scorers  –  Adam Campbell (1), Tom Andelin (1) Blake Milner (1)

Man of the match – Chloe Geary

The U13’s travelled to Brompton with a depleted squad, but gave a great account for themselves.  Mid way through the first half Brompton took the lead when a wicked shot crept in through the legs of Chloe Geary.  A number of first half chances came Shildon’s way, but a combination of bad luck and good goalkeeping ensured Brompton went in the half time break one goal to the good.

The second half started with Brompton missing a couple of chances before Tom Andelin netted with a great left foot shot. Shildon had a couple of more chances to take the lead, but Brompton hit back with 3 good goals in quick succession.  In to the last 10 minutes, and Adam Campbell ran on to a through ball to reduce the arrears.  With Shildon now pushing for another goal, Brompton broke away and scored a fifth goal.  The heads never dropped though, and a great strike by Blake Milner reduced the arrears again.  There was still time for another attempt at the Brompton goal, but the keeper managed to clear his lines.

A really good squad performance with special mention to Chloe Geary who played well in goal and picked up the MOTM award.  The team have the chance to gain revenge with the return fixture next week at the scouts field.


Under 16’s

SHILDON  v  Darlington Youth


Man of the match

U10’s win the local derby

Under 8’s

SHILDON v Spraire Lads

Due to FA rules, we are unable to provide details of the result.

Shildon played host to Darlington Spraire Lads, with both sides creating numerous chances.  Their all-round play is showing the good coaching they are receiving.  Jack Leighton was given the man of the match award, however it should be said that there were excellent performances by all the team.

Man of the match – Jack Leighton


Under 9’s

SHILDON v Primrose Hill

Due to FA rules, we are unable to provide details of the result.

Shildon had their regular goalkeeper missing through illness, but Kian Dixon stepped in to produce a good performance.  The team battled well against a larger and more experienced squad, and played some good passing football.  This team is beginning to show what they are capable of and against larger and more experienced teams have coped manfully with the task and have for  long periods been the better team. The corner is turning. Well done lads and lasses.

Man of the match – Anth Jary

Under 10’s

SHILDON  4  0  Newton Aycliffe Youth

Scorers  Kane Hopwood (2)  James Rusby (2)

Man of the match



Under 11’s

SHILDON  2  10  Mount Pleasant

Scorers – Callum Brown (1) Callum Griffiths (1)

Man of the match – Callum Griffiths

Shildon still await their first win after a disappointing defeat at home to Mount Pleasant Rangers.

The team were under pressure from the start with a goal from the visitors within the first 5 minutes.  Shildon produced some good chances but were unlucky and failed to score before halftime, with a further 3 from the away side.

A good team talk at the break saw the boys come back with great spirit and their hard work paid off with a goal from Callum Brown.  Mount Pleasant were quick to respond and scored straight from the rebound.  More goals followed but Shildon still piled the pressure on and saw more opportunity with a great corner by Will Dixon, but great defending from the away side kept the ball from the back of the net.  Callum Griffiths got Shildon’s second and final goal from a corner, with the whistle blown just after.

The under 11’s were praised for their performance from the visiting side who said the boys played with heart and determination until the final whistle.


Under 13’s

SHILDON  8  0  Great Ayton

Scorers  –  Adam Campbell (2), Noah McCourt (2), Alex Lamb (2) Tom Andelin (1) Ben Oliver (1)

Man of the match – Tom Andelin

The Under 13’s played host to Great Ayton, and produced arguably their best display as a team in 15 months.  After the previous week’s victory, the team started well again, with a couple of good attacks.  However, it was Great Ayton who produced the first effort, with Niall Higham pushing a great effort around the post.  This spurred on the home team, with Adam Campbell racing onto a through ball to calmly slot it just inside the left hand post on 10 minutes.  Almost immediately from the restart, Noah McCourt, making his debut, broke through, rounded the keeper and doubled the advantage.  Ten mins later, a ball over the top saw Tom Andelin clear, and he made no mistake with a calm finish.  The team were now playing some great football, and within a few minutes, McCourt (post) and Campbell (bar) had rattled the woodwork.  On 30 minutes, Ben Oliver got the 4th with a fine finish, and just before the break, Alex Lamb made it 5 with an excellent goal.  Lamb then had time to hit the bar before the half time whistle.  Into the second half, Alex Lamb got his second of the match with another excellent finish, before McCourt got his second on 60 minutes to make it 7.  Adam Campbell rounded off the scoring direct from a corner.

A great team display with the defence really solid, the midfield working hard and a genuine outlet up front.  Tom Andelin picked up the MOTM award, however, there were many candidates.


Under 16’s

Stockton West End  5  0  SHILDON


Man of the match




U10’s big day out

Our under 10’s had the match day experience at Shildon’s home game to Durham City.  They had the opportunity to go behind the scenes before the match and meet the senior players in the dressing room.  They then walked out with the players prior to the match, and had their photos taken with the captains and match officials

Photos below of the cheeky monkeys

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Junior Fixtures – Sun 27th Oct


27-Oct Under 7 League Ferryhill Town v SHILDON
27-Oct Under 8 League West Auckland v SHILDON
27-Oct Under 9 League Sedgefield Youth v SHILDON
27-Oct Under 10 League SHILDON v 21st All Stars
27-Oct Under 11 League Redcar Athletic Blues v SHILDON
27-Oct Under 13 League Brompton Juniors v SHILDON
27-Oct Under 16 League SHILDON v Darlington Youth