DURHAM COUNTY Boys: Jamie Austwicke (English Martyrs RC School and Hartlepool GC), Jonathan Cossar ( Park View School and Houghton-le-Spring GC), Michael Duffield ( Durham VI Form
College and Eaglescliffe GC), Chris Handy (St Bede's School and South Moor GC), Aaron McManus (Bishop Barrington School and Longniddery GC), Jonathan Richardson (Gateshead College and Hexham GC), James Rogers ( Hummersknott Academy and Rockliffe GC), Rhys Thompson (Gateshead College and Boldon GC).
They are joined by Ingleby Manor Free School and VI Form
(Stockton), who are also straight through to Round Two, where they will host local rivals St Michael's RC School (Stockton).
THE principal of King Edward VI Form
College today said the deaths of the five students was "too large a tragedy for us ever to forget".
A tremendous 5-0 win against Blackburn College (Lancashire) in round three followed, before the local lads ran out comfortable 3-0 winners against Queen Elizabeth VI Form
College (Darlington) in their fourth round tie.
The young friends - all students at King Edward VI Form
College - were driving to a club to confirm arrangements for an 18th birthday party.
A tremendous 5-0 victory against Blackburn College (Lancashire) followed in round three before the local youngsters ran out comfortable 3-0 victors against Queen Elizabeth VI Form
College (Darlington) in round four.
They were among five King Edward VI Form
College students killed when the Hillman Imp they were travelling in collided with a lorry.
Students at King Edward VI Form
College are sporting new kit after receiving pounds 200 from Hinckley-based firm Savage Hay-ward Chartered Architects.
Donations in memory of former Alderman Smith School boy and King Edward VI form
student Paul have helped pay for the first phase in the group's latest campaign.
The injured Paul, a former student at Higham Lane School and King Edward VI Form
College, was airlifted to the spinal unit at Brisbane the next day, and his distressed parents, Roger and Valerie, arrived there after a 32-hour flight, having found accommodation.
STUDENTS and staff at Nuneaton's King Edward VI Form
College are celebrating after scoring record A-level results.