Ferryhill Celtic were at home to league leaders, Pelton ROAB WMC on Sunday, 12th November, but the visitors proved too strong for their hosts.
On Sunday morning, Ferryhill Town Youth U10's played host to a very good Stockton Rangers team at Dean Bank in what turned out to be a superb game for the home team.
Ferryhill Celtic travelled up the A690 to East Rainton last weekend to take on the Durham & District Sunday League Division Two side in what looked on paper to be an uncomplicated quarter final tie in the Alan Smith Trophy for the Premier League side.
It was sunny but cold at Broom Rec on Sunday morning as Ferryhill Town Youth’s Under 10s played host to higher league opposition in Normanby United of the North Riding Division Three in the Challenge Cup.
Ferryhill Celtic visited Port of Call of the Sunderland Sunday League last weekend in the Durham County Sunday Cup and eventually progressed after falling behind early in the second half.
October started disappointingly for the Ferryhill bowlers as they suffered heavy defeats, but it certainly ended on a bright note as both the ladies and senior men registered big wins - their first of the season.
The Ferryhill Town Youth Under 10s travelled to Darlington on Sunday morning to take on the Young Bulls at their Blackwell Meadows ground.
The under 10’s travelled to local rivals Newton Aycliffe on Sunday and were without regular goal keeper Aidan.
Ferryhill Celtic travelled to Durham & District Sunday League Second Division side Ouston Juniors in the Third Round of the Alan Smith Trophy last Sunday and the favourites almost found themselves on the end of a cup upset.
Members of Ferryhill Celtic FC invited representative of the Motor Neurone Disease Association to their latest Durham & District Sunday League Premier Division match to present a cheque for £2,100 which was raised during the pre-season Dougie Wynn Tournament.
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