Published at 09:11, Monday, 16 July 2012
Wellstream Northumberland U15 Division: Ponteland v Tynedale.
Justsport West Tyne League U15s Junior League: Stocksfield v Wylam.
Wellstream Northumberland and Tyneside Senior League, Division A1: Chopwell v Tynedale. Division A2: Ryton v Ponteland. Division B1: Ponteland II v Sacriston II. Division B2: Tynedale II v Chopwell II.
SG Northumberland Cricket League, Premier Division: Corbridge v Blagdon Park; Stocksfield v Bates Cottages. Division One: Kirkley v Gateshead Ethnic Minorities. Division B1: Blagdon Park II v Corbridge II. Division B2: Monkseaton III v Kirkley II.
Justsport West Tyne League, Division One: Newton v Hexham Leazes; Prudhoe v Allendale; Humshaugh v Stocksfield; Haydon Bridge v Wylam; Haltwhistle v Matfen Hall. Division Two: Bellingham Riverdale v Hexham Leazes II; South Northumberland v Haltwhistle II; Stocksfield II v Humshaugh II; Wark v Belsay; Wylam II v Mitford.
Justsport West Tyne League, Division One: Newton v Haltwhistle.
NJCL U13 Premier League: Corbridge v Backworth; Stocksfield v Alnmouth & Lesbury.
NJCL U13 A Division: Tynedale v Blagdon Park; Seaton Burn v Corbridge B; Ponteland v Kirkley.
Justsport West Tyne League U13s Junior League: Haltwhistle v Hexham Leazes; Wark v Wylam.
NJCL U11 North Division: Alnwick v Stocksfield; Morpeth v Corbridge.
NJCL U11 South Division: Backworth v Corbridge B; Wylam v Benwell Hill; Tynedale v Percy Main; Blue Flames v Ponteland; Stocksfield Strikers v Tynemouth.
Wellstream Lingarde Cup Group 3: Tynedale U18 v Newcastle City U18.
NJCL U15 League: Stocksfield v Alnwick.
Justsport West Tyne League U15s Junior League: Humshaugh v Corbridge; Wylam v Haltwhistle.
Northumberland Women’s Cricket League, Division One: Greenside v Corbridge.
Justsport West Tyne League U13s Junior League: Stocksfield Girls v Haltwhistle.
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This week in... 1919Saturday, June 16, 1934
Lord Lieutenant of Northumberland, Sir Charles Trevelyan unveiled a series of murals at Acomb Youth Hostel which had been painted by pupils of King Edward VII School in Newcastle.
Sir Charles commented that membership of the Tyneside Hostel Movement, which included the Acomb hostel, was expanding rapidly and there were plans to open another hostel at Twice Brewed on the Military Road.