Season 2014-2015

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Cumberland FA run eleven County Cup Competitions for affiliated Clubs across the County (including the Veterans Trophy).

 Almost 300 teams competed in eleven competitions during this season with the title of County Cup Champions as the prize.

Competitions started back in September 2014, once the season had got underway and climaxed at the end of the season, with plenty of competitive matches throughout the year, highlighting the quality and desire within the County.

The first of the Finals took place at the home of Carlisle United FC, with Brunton Park a fitting venue for the Senior Cup Final (Cumberland Cup).

More Finals then followed, kindly hosted by local Charter Standard Clubs, including the "County Cup Weekender" at Keswick FC.

Cumberland Cup – Netherhall FC 1 v 3 Carlisle United FC

Sunday Cup – Crown Newlaithes FC 2 v 0 Cleator Moor FC

Veterans Trophy – Hall Park Hotel Veterans FC 0 v 2 Harraby Catholic Veterans FC

Under 18 Cup – Northbank JFC (U18 Northbank) 5 v 0 Abbeytown JFC

Under 16 Cup – Castletown (U16 United) JFC 3 v 0 Thompsons Juniors FC

Under 14 Cup – Cleator Moor Celtic (U14 White) JFC 2 v 1 Upperby Park JFC

Under 12 Cup – Cumwhinton & Cotehill Crusaders JFC 1 v 0 AET  Keswick (Yellows) JFC

Women’s Senior Cup –  Penrith AFC (Women) 0 v 0 Carlisle United Ladies FC
                                        Carlisle United Ladies FC win on penalties

Under 16 Girls Cup – Harraby Catholic Club JFC 1 v 0 Barrow Celtic JFC

Under 14 Girls Cup – Carlisle City JFC 7 v 0 Stanwix JFC

Under 12 Girls Cup – Carlisle City 2 v 0 Stanwix JFC (Hornets)

The Cup Finals are not only the showpiece of the season for the County FA, but an opportunity for referees across Cumberland to experience officiating in a Cup Final.

Cumberland FA would like to congratulate all winners and thank all Clubs for their support in each Competition throughout the season.

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