The Eskvale and Cleveland Football League would like to invite applications from teams for the forthcoming 2013/14 season.
The Eskvale and Cleveland League was still in the melting pot going into last Wednesday’s game between Lingdale United and Lealholm with both sides knowing a victory would hand them the title.
Young Whitby Town star Tom Portas spoke of his delight at a hat-trick of awards at the club’s end-of-season presentation night - then quickly turned his sights to a top-five finish next season.
Goalkeeper Nick Liversedge has revealed he’s swapping Whitby Town for Championship Burnley.
Blues skipper Mark Robinson waited for his 100th appearance on the final day to notch his first goal of the season and seal a sixth league double for the Seasiders.
Rain, sleet, hail - and a win - were all not expected when Hinderwell arrived at Mulgrave’s excellent facilities - but they got all of those things.
A quickfire century from Carl Simpson won the day for Lealholm in the only Eskdale League game to beat the weather on Saturday.
Kildale knocked off Hinderwell’s score of 112 in 16 overs with the loss of three wickets to give them victory on a chilly night at Hinderwell.
Mulgrave Cricket Club’s second team started their Eskdale League home fixtures against Grosmont, but were badly hit by first team call-ups, holidays and work commitments.
Children from 14 primary schools in the Whitby area took part in the annual years three and four cricket tournament at Mulgrave Cricket Club.
Whitby Rugby Club opened their summer seven-a-side season with a great performance against the predominantly Fijian side based in Catterick.
A young Whitby rugby side with a backbone of first teamers took on Old Mods touring team from Leeds.
The weather at Whitby Golf Club took its toll this week, with torrential rain wiping out Saturday’s Waltz competition and thick fog preventing the WG Robinson Cup from starting on Sunday.
The first honours board competition of the year, the Grouse Foursomes, was won by Denis Roper and Tam McConville, who produced an excellent nett 62 in this challenging format of alternate shots.
Whitby’s Mail On Sunday team had a great win in round four of this tournament, winning against South Cliff away from home on Saturday.
Bill Estill led the qualifiers in the Beckett Cup on Sunday, scoring 72 in cold and windy conditions. Mike Coates had the same nett score with a worse back nine, but couldn’t qualify for the matchplay stages as a junior member. Mike Kilpatrick had 73, with Steve Parkin, Simon Grant, Richard Barker and Dean Bennett on 74. John Carter and Sam Wiggins scored 75, ahead of Garry Walker, John Wightman and Steve Foster on 76.
With the first races of the rowing season just round the corner, rowers at Whitby’s Friendship Rowing Club have been fine-tuning their performance with the help of technology.
Seven boats came out to compete in the first of a series of Whitby Yacht Club pursuit races on Saturday.
The Mulgrave Castle 10k takes place on Sunday 2 June at 11 am.
Following a difficult opening match on the same lake, the draw was made with each member of Whitby Coarse Angling Club hoping for one of the better pegs.
Eskdale Charity Darts League finals and presentation night took place recently at Staithes Club.
Sleights Bowling Club played Marske away in the first leg for the Ellie Hildyard Cup, in beautiful weather for their first game of the season.
Danby’s Frazer Clacherty continued his flying start to the season with an impressive first place in the Youth Category of the National MTB cross-country series.
Carl Froch described his rematch with Mikkel Kessler on Saturday night as "the biggest night of my life" as he hopes to avenge his defeat by the Dane three years ago.
Lee Westwood admits it will be ironic if his first victory since moving to Florida comes in England on Sunday, where the world number 12 could win his maiden BMW PGA Championship at the 20th attempt.
Nico Rosberg scored his third successive pole position as Mercedes locked out the front row for the second consecutive race.
Leinster put past disappointments behind them to scoop an elusive RaboDirect PRO12 title in head coach Joe Schmidt's last game in charge, with a 24-18 win over Ulster.
Dylan Hartley is in danger of missing the British and Irish Lions tour after he became the first player to be sent off in an Aviva Premiership final.
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Weather for Whitby
Saturday 25 May 2013
Temperature: 5 C to 14 C
Wind Speed: 10 mph
Wind direction: North west
Temperature: 6 C to 16 C
Wind Speed: 8 mph
Wind direction: North west