Report: Shildon 1-1 West Auckland
Mattie Moffat's 29th League of the season gave 10 man West Auckland a good point after coming from behind to draw at FA Vase semi finalists Shildon.
Report: Billingham Synthonia 2-2 West Auckland
Billingham Synthonia and West Auckland shared the spoils on Thursday night with West twice pegged back having led while the woodwork also denied both sides further goals.
Report: West Auckland 4-2 Norton & Stockton Ancients
Report: West Auckland 2-1 Bedlington Terriers
Report: West Auckland 2-1 Marske United
Report: Bishop Auckland 3-4 West Auckland
West won a sensational Auckland derby 4-3 against Bishop with new keeper Neal Atkinson the hero, saving an injury time penalty.
Report: West Auckland 0-1 Celtic Nation
Report: Celtic Nation 1-3 West Auckland
After 4 postponements in a row, West showed no rustiness as they gave the vocal away support - dressed as Santa’s, an early Christmas presents with 3 points.
Report: West Auckland 6-0 South Shields
Report: Dunston UTS 5-0 West Auckland
Report: West Auckland 2-1 Darlington 1883
Report: Newton Aycliffe 2-1 West Auckland
A frankly woeful West Auckland went down 2-1 as Newton Aycliffe climbed off the foot of the table with a shock but deserved win.
Report: West Auckland 2-0 Guisborough Town
Report: Team Northumbria 0-1 West Auckland
Report: West Auckland 3-3 Durham City
Report: Whitley Bay 2-2 West Auckland
West Auckland staged a late fightback to come from 2 down to claim a point at 10 man Whitley Bay.
Report: West Auckland 2-2 Harrogate Town
Report: Bedlington Terriers 4-2 West Auckland
West Auckland warmed up for Saturday's FA Cup tie in the worst possible way with a poor performance in a 4-2 defeat at Bedlington Terriers.
Report: Spennymoor Town 2-0 West Auckland
League champions Spennymoor Town kept their 10th consecutive clean sheet while two well worked goals gave them a 2-0 victory against League runners up West Auckland.
Report: Sunderland RCA 1-2 West Auckland
Goals from John Campbell and Stuart Banks moved West Auckland back to the top of the table in a hard earned win at Sunderland RCA.
Report: Ashington 2-3 West Auckland
Report: West Auckland 2-0 Consett
Report: Ashington 3-3 West Auckland
Report: West Auckland 3-2 Dunston UTS
Report: Birtley Town 1-4 West Auckland
Report: West Auckland 4-1 Billingham Town
Report: West Auckland 3-2 Newcastle Benfield
Report: Liversedge 2-4 West Auckland
Report: Team Northumbria 4-1 West Auckland
Report: Dunston UTS 2-0 West Auckland
Report: West Auckland 3-2 Bedlington Terriers AET
Report: Ashington 3-1 West Auckland
Report: West Auckland 6-1 Whitley Bay
West Auckland are just one win away from lifting the League title after a second half demolition of 9 men Whitley Bay to record an eye catching 6-1 victory against the former Vase holders.
Report: West Auckland 3-0 Stokesley
Report: West Auckland 9-1 Billingham Synthonia
West Auckland returned to winning ways in an emphatic 9-1 win over Billingham Synthonia, in their biggest victory for nearly ten years.
Report: Penrith 4-4 West Auckland
West Auckland went top of the table, but they were denied victory by a late equaliser in a cracking 4-4 draw at Penrith.
Report: Bishop Auckland 1-1 West Auckland
Report: West Auckland 3-0 Tow Law
Report: West Auckland 2-1 Shildon
West Auckland's title charge continued when Mattie Moffat swept home a dramatic injury time winner against local rivals Shildon.
Report: West Auckland 2-1 Billingham Town
Adam Nicholls' late deflected strike broke the stubborn resistance of Billingham Town and gave West Auckland a big 3 points in the title race.
Report: West Auckland 2-1 Sunderland RCA
Result: Consett 1-2 West Auckland
Report: West Auckland 2-1 Herne Bay
West Auckland are going to Wembley!
Report: Herne Bay 2-2 West Auckland
It's all square after the first leg of the FA Vase semi final as Herne Bay came from two down to level the scores at Winch's Field.
Report: West Auckland 0-0 Marske United
West Auckland could not to make the most of a dominant display by failing to score past a resilient Marske United side.
Report: West Auckland 2-1 Norton & Stockton Ancients
West Auckland took home another 3 vital League points with a 2-1 win over Norton.
Report: Shildon 0-1 West Auckland (AET)
Micky Rae came off the bench to steer in the only goal of the game and knock local rivals Shildon out of the League Cup.
Report: Bedlington Terriers 3-1 West Auckland
West Auckland suffered their first defeat away from home in the League this season as Bedlington Terriers deservedly took the points in a 3-1 win.
Report: Guisborough Town 0-7 West Auckland
Vase semi finalists West Auckland moved back to the top of the League with a 7 goal demolition of 9 men Guisborough Town.
Report: Bournemouth 0-2 West Auckland
Two dramatic stoppage time strikes saw West Auckland's remarkable FA Vase run continue with a two legged semi final now standing in between them and a possible return to Wembley.
Report: Spennymoor Town 1-1 West Auckland
League leaders West Auckland picked up a useful point at the home of League champions and title chasers Spennymoor Town.
Report: West Auckland 2-1 Ashington
Report: West Auckland 2-1 Ashington
Report: Whitley Bay 1-2 West Auckland
Micky Rae's injury time winner sparked jubilant scenes as West Auckland beat FA Vase holders Whitley Bay but the result has been somewhat overshadowed by Alex Francis' horror injury.
Report: West Auckland 4-2 Jarrow Roofing
Top of the table West Auckland warmed up for the Whitley Bay double header with another 3 points at they beat relegation threatened Jarrow Roofing.
Report: Newcastle Benfield 1-3 West Auckland
John Campbell scored on his debut as West Auckland moved back to the top of the League Table following a good 3-1 win at Newcastle Benfield.
Report: Bitton AFC 1-3 West Auckland
Peter Dixon's men set another record by overturning a half time deficit to reach the FA Vase 5th Round for the first time in the Club's history.
Report: West Auckland 2-3 Consett (AET)
A Harrison Davies hat trick sent West Auckland crashing out of the League Cup at the hands of 10 man Consett.
Report: Consett 0-3 West Auckland
West Auckland welcomed in the New Year by getting back to winning ways with a convincing performance at Consett.
Report: West Auckland 5-5 South Shields
West Auckland snatched a stunning point from the jaws of defeat having been 5-1 down early in the second half of a game massively affected by the wind.
Report: South Shields 3-4 West Auckland
Mattie Moffat grabbed a sensational 88th minute winner to give West Auckland a priceless three points in an entertaining 4-3 win at South Shields.
Report: West Auckland 3-1 Bishop Auckland
West Auckland's return to the top of the table was made even sweeter as it came courtesy of a 3-1 win against local rivals Bishop in the second Auckland derby of the season.
Report: Askern Villa 2-3 West Auckland
A hard fought victory put West Auckland into Monday's FA Vase 4th Round draw after being given a scare by lowly Askern Villa.
Report: Stokesley 0-3 West Auckland
West Auckland did enough to claim the 3 points at bottom club Stokesley but the already paper thin squad was hit by further injuries.
Report: West Auckland 1-3 Spennymoor Town
Match report soon
Report: West Auckland 3-1 Bacup Borough
Second half goals from Stuart Banks and Micky Rae deservedly put West Auckland into the next round at the expense of visitors Bacup Borough.
Report: Norton & Stockton Ancients 2-2 West Auckland
10 man Norton produced a spirited second half display that culminated in a late equaliser but the point still puts West Auckland back on top of the table.
Report: Billingham Town 1-2 West Auckland
Jonny Gibson's late winner gave West Auckland another win but they were pushed all the way by a stubborn Billingham Town side fighting at the lower end of the table.
Details: Horden C.W. 0-5 West Auckland
Details: Billingham Synthonia 1-3 West Auckland
Report: Bishop Auckland 2-6 West Auckland
A simply sensational West Auckland performance saw them romp to a high scoring win in the first Auckland derby of the season.
Report: West Auckland 1-2 Newton Aycliffe
A long hard week culminated in a disappointing defeat as top of the table West surrendered their unbeaten run to local rivals Newton Aycliffe.
Report: Whitley Bay 1-2 West Auckland
Two late goals saw West Auckland win at Whitley Bay to move to the top of the table for the first time in over 12 years.
Report: Shildon 2-3 West Auckland (AET)
A sensational finale to extra time saw West Auckland book their place in the next round of the FA Vase with a 120th minute own goal winner at Shildon.
Report: West Auckland 2-1 Bedlington Terriers
West Auckland were denied top spot by an RCA win however they continued their winning streak by coming from behind to beat Bedlington.
Details: Dunston UTS 1-3 West Auckland
Report: Sunderland RCA 2-3 West Auckland
West Auckland continued their excellent form by beating the league leaders Sunderland RCA on their home turf, in the process inflicting their first defeat of the season.
Report: West Auckland 7-3 Guisborough Town
A rampant West Auckland side tore apart newly promoted Guisborough as Micky Rae made his first starting appearance which he capped with 2 goals.
Report: West Auckland 1-1 Dunston UTS
John Parker's late leveller salvaged a point for West Auckland having earlier seen Dunston keeper Liam Connell thwart Mattie Moffat from the penalty mark.
Details: Marske United 1-4 West Auckland
Report: Marske United 2-6 West Auckland
A 14 minute second half hat trick from Nathan Wilson put West Auckland through to the next round of the FA Vase following a 6-2 win at Marske.
Report: West Auckland 4-2 Whitley Bay
A 6 goal thriller saw West Auckland dump Whitley Bay out of the League Cup - though not without late drama as floodlight failure nearly put paid to the game.
Details: West Auckland 2-0 Consett
Report: West Auckland 3-1 Cleator Moor Celtic
West Auckland progressed to the next round of the FA Vase but only after seeing off a dogged Cleator Moor side.
Report: Shildon 1-2 West Auckland
West Auckland produced a superb display to record an excellent win against rivals Shildon for the first time since August 2008.
Report: Newton Aycliffe 1-2 West Auckland
Daniel Hindmarsh's second half double put paid to Aycliffe's unbeaten start and got West back to winning ways.
Report: West Auckland 0-3 Newcastle Benfield
10 man West suffered their first loss of the League season against leaders Newcastle Benfield although they gave a much improved performance.
Details: Dunston UTS 5-1 West Auckland
Report: West Auckland 2-2 Dunston UTS
A hotly disputed injury time penalty means that West Auckland face a Tuesday night replay after letting slip a 2 goal lead.
Details: Jarrow Roofing 2-2 West Auckland
Report: West Auckland 2-0 Workington
Workington were swept aside at Darlington Road this evening as West Auckland gained a measure of revenge for their late FA Cup exit last season.
Report: West Auckland 4-0 Darlington RA
The Paul Adamson Memorial match saw West come out on top in a feisty contest at Darlington Road.
Report: West Auckland 3-1 Chester-le-Street
Peter Dixon's men made it 2 out of 2 but had to come from behind against second division Chester-le-Street.
Report: West Auckland 1-2 Dunston UTS
West Auckland ended the season with a disappointing defeat after a lacklustre display against Dunston.
Report: West Auckland 2-1 Spennymoor Town
Ian Maddison headed in a dramatic stoppage winner to put Spennymoor's title champagne on ice and give West a deserved win over the league leaders.
Report: West Allotment Celtic 2-7 West Auckland
West Auckland completed their away journeys for the season with a convincing win at West Allotment Celtic.
Report: Bishop Auckland 1-2 West Auckland
If you ever needed a definition of what a derby should be like then that was tonight's Auckland derby!
Report: West Auckland 1-1 Norton & Stockton Ancients
On a hot sunny day, it was a typical end of season affair that saw West Auckland draw 1-1 against Norton & Stockton Ancients.
Report: Newcastle Benfield 0-0 West Auckland
Two top six sides drew a stalemate as a wind affected game ended even although West had the better of the chances to win it.
Report: Bedlington Terriers 2-1 West Auckland
9 men West Auckland were cruelly denied deserved points after they struck the woodwork twice as their luck was out on Saturday at Bedlington.
Report: Consett 2-3 West Auckland
Two quick fire second half goals helped West Auckland to an entertaining 3-2 win at third placed Consett.
Report: West Auckland 4-1 Sunderland RCA
West Auckland got that Friday feeling after an excellent 4-1 victory over Sunderland RCA.
Report: Tow Law 0-1 West Auckland
West Auckland gained all 3 points with a narrow win at Tow Law although they should have made the game comfortable long before the final whistle.
Report: West Auckland 3-0 Esh Winning
West Auckland had to wait until the second half to make the break through against a battling Esh Winning but once they did the result was never in doubt in a one-sided match.
Report: West Auckland 3-1 Stokesley
West Auckland came from behind to comfortably beat Stokesley 3-1, sending the visitors into the drop zone in the process.
Report: Billingham Sythonia 3-5 West Auckland
West Auckland returned to winning ways in an 8 goal thriller at Billingham Synthonia in a very open game.
Report: West Auckland 0-1 Newcastle Benfield
An early goal consigned West Auckland to their third defeat in four games although they possibly deserved at least a point against title chasing Newcastle Benfield.
Report: Billingham Town 2-2 West Auckland
Ex West forward Steven Flockett was denied a last minute winner by a sensational Mark Bell save as West Auckland stuttered to a point at Billingham Town.
Report: West Auckland 1-2 Consett
League leaders Consett left Darlington Road with the points after a late winner despite an improved performance by West Auckland.
Report: Shildon 4-0 West Auckland
A derby match between two in-form teams fighting it out in the top 5 should have been a tight and gripping affair - instead it turned into a one sided rout.
Report: Penrith 1-4 West Auckland
Penrith suffered their second 4-1 home loss in a row as West Auckland came from behind to comfortably take 3 points that move them into joint third.
Report: West Auckland 1-1 South Shields
West Auckland had to settle for their first draw in the League this season after an action packed second half against South Shields at the Darlington Road Ground.
Details: Bedlington 2-0 West Auckland
Report: Ashington 1-2 West Auckland
West Auckland moved into fourth place with their 8th league win in a row after an excellent result in an entertaining game at Ashington.
Details: West Auckland 5-0 Ryton
Ray Simpson's brief report:
Report: West Auckland 4-1 Bishop Auckland
Mattie Moffat scored a couple and set up another 2 as he helped lead West to a 4-1 win in the Auckland derby against Bishop.
Report: Jarrow Roofing 1-4 West Auckland
West Auckland returned to action with a comfortable win at a windswept Jarrow Roofing ground.
Report: Whitley Bay 2-3 West Auckland
Match Report By Julian Tyley, http://www.whitleybayfc.com/
Details: West Auckland 1-0 West Allotment Celtic
No Match Report
Details: West Auckland 2-0 Washington
No Match Report
Report: West Auckland 1-3 Spennymoor Town
Tom Berj saw red again as West's Vase dreams were dashed for another year despite a brave second half performance against Spennymoor.
Report: West Auckland 3-2 Bedlington Terriers
Match Report by Dave Anderson, http://www.bedlingtonterriersfc.co.uk/
Report: West Auckland 0-2 Spennymoor Town
A brave performance by 10 man West Auckland wasn't quite enough to knock out Spennymoor who edged through in the Durham Challenge Cup.
Report: Sunderland RCA 3-2 West Auckland
Sunderland RCA twice came from behind to record the win over West Auckland in a competitive match.
Details: South Shields 3-1 West Auckland
No Match Report
Report: West Auckland 2-0 Tow Law
West Auckland moved up to 2nd in the League form table although they made hard work of seeing off Tow Law on Saturday.
Report: Horden C.W. 1-2 West Auckland
West Auckland held off a spirited late Horden fight back to progress in the Durham Challenge Cup.
Report: Esh Winning 0-3 West Auckland
West Auckland swept to a comfortable win over lowly Esh Winning with two first half goals setting them on their way to an easy win in which they rarely had to get out of first gear.
Report: West Auckland 0-1 Billingham Town
West Auckland missed a string of first half openings and were made to pay as Billingham Town sprung a surprise by claiming all 3 points.
Report: West Auckland 2-1 Billingham Synthonia
Mattie Moffat grabbed a second half winner to overcome Billingham Synthonia and give West the three good points they needed to move up to 8th in the table.
Report: West Auckland 6-0 Birtley Town
West Auckland eased into the 2nd Round of the FA Vase after comfortably beating Second Division side Birtley Town with Mattie Moffat finding the net four times.
Report - Norton & Stockton Ancients 2-4 West Auckland
New signing Daniel Hindmarsh changed the game within minutes of his introduction as West came back from 2-1 behind to gain 3 impressive points at Norton & Stockton Ancients.
Report: Workington 2-1 West Auckland
West Auckland were desperately unlucky to crash out of the FA Cup after Conference North high fliers Workington pinched an 87th minute winner.
Details: Selby Town 0-3 West Auckland
Report: West Auckland 3-1 Bradford Park Avenue
West Auckland turned the game on it's head to claim the scalp of Evo-Stik Premier side Bradford Park Avenue.
Report: Ryton 2-5 West Auckland
West Auckland hit Ryton for four in the first half to set themselves back to winning ways.
Report: Spennymoor Town 4-0 West Auckland
A sharp Spennymoor side put West to the sword with clinical finishing to seal a comfortable 4-0 win.
Report: West Auckland 1-2 Shildon
A severely depleted West side were denied a deserved point by the referee who awarded a goal despite the linesman flagging and telling the official about an offside in the build up
Report: Billingham Synthonia 0-3 West Auckland
A superb second half performance saw West Auckland beat Billingham Synthonia to move into the next stage of the FA Cup.
Report: West Auckland 0-3 Whitley Bay
West Auckland's pressure came to nothing when a dogged Whitley Bay side scored twice in the first half then sealed the win with a stunning volley.
Report: West Auckland 4-1 Ashington
West Auckland completed an excellent win over Ashington with two goals in either half.
Report: Dunston UTS 0-3 West Auckland
The best performance of the season so far gave West Auckland an impressive victory and clean sheet at Dunston UTS.
Report: West Auckland 2-1 Whickham
West Auckland are through to the Preliminary Round of the FA Cup after edging out Whickham. They will now travel to face Leeds Carnegie or Billingham Synthonia who must replay their game after a 0-0 draw.
Report: West Auckland 0-3 Penrith
It was a night to forget for West's first home game of the season as a unusually laboured performance saw a fit and energetic Penrith side take the points back to Cumbria.
Report - Stokesley 2-3 West Auckland
The season started with drama and many talking points after a two goal lead, 35 yard stunner, red card and last minute winner as West Auckland started with 3 good points away at promoted Stokesley.
Report - West Auckland 4-0 Birtley Town
Another comfortable victory saw West win 4-0 against Division Two strugglers Birtley Town. They also were denied by some good goalkeeping to keep the score down.
Report - Newton Aycliffe 1-7 West Auckland
West Auckland eased to a very impressive victory at Division Two side Newton Aycliffe. They scored 7 against the promotion hopefuls who had the week previous ran Bishop Auckland close.
Report - Darlington R.A. 1-4 West Auckland
Summary by Assistant Manager Paul Foster
Report - Morpeth Town 1-0 West Auckland (at Bedlington)
In a typical end of season clash, quality was low on a bumpy hard pitch and there were few chances with the only goal being scored from the spot.
Report - Esh Winning 0-3 West Auckland
A West Auckland side down to the bare bones gained an impressive 3 points at Esh Winning. So short on numbers, goalkeeper David Lanning played as an emergency forward - and scored!
Report - West Allotment Celtic 1-5 West Auckland
A stunned West Allotment were hit for four in a rampant first half by West Auckland, whilst a single second half goal by midfielder Jonathan Gibson capped the win and sealed his well deserved hat trick.
Report - South Shields 0-1 West Auckland
A late Mattie Moffat winner all but confirmed West Auckland's first division survival in a tight game of few chances at South Shields.
Report - Bishop Auckland 0-3 West Auckland
The Auckland derby proved to be eventful with fouls, cards, skirmishes and goals - all three goals going to West as they comfortably won against Bishop who had to play for two thirds of the game with ten men after the sending off of Adam Emson.
Report - West Auckland 3-1 Tow Law Town
In incessant rain, West Auckland glided past Tow Law in a 3-1 win and in truth the score line could and possibly should have been more.
Report - Spennymoor Town 0-0 West Auckland
A West Auckland missing Brown, Renshaw, Moffat and Jardine, and then lost both centre backs during the course of the game, battled to a goalless draw at league leaders Spennymoor Town.
Report - West Auckland 5-0 Chester-le-Street
For the first time this season West Auckland are out of the bottom 3 after a crushing 5-0 victory over lowly Chester-le-Street.
Report - West Auckland 0-2 Whitley Bay
FA Vase Semi Finalists Whitley Bay left Darlington Road with the points after two first half headers from centre back David Coulson.
Report - Horden 0-3 West Auckland
West Auckland made it four wins on the bounce with a 3-0 win at Brian Honour's Horden. The main talking point was not the result, more the unsavoury first half incident that saw a Horden fan come onto the field and push defender Andrew Green.
Match Details - Consett 2-4 West Auckland
Report - West Auckland 3-0 Ashington
West Auckland moved above Horden on goal difference and are now just 7 points from safety with 3 games in hand after a dominant display against high flying Ashington.
Report - Billingham Town 1-6 West Auckland
West Auckland produced a superb display to stun Billingham Town, and move closer to the teams above them.
Report - West Auckland 2-3 Norton & Stockton Ancients
Despite dominating the second half, West Auckland were made to pay for a poor start in a 3-2 defeat against FA Vase Quarter Finalists Norton & Stockton Ancients.
Report - Ryton 4-2 West Auckland
A disappointing performance saw Ryton come from behind to earn a deserved win in the relegation clash.
Report - West Auckland 5-1 Consett
Stuart Banks was the man of the moment after hitting four as West closed in on those above them after coming from behind against Consett.
Report - West Auckland 3-1 Ryton
West Auckland deservedly won their important clash against Ryton 3-1 but had a late scare after the dismissal of keeper Billy Hanson for the second successive game.
Report - Billingham Synthonia 4-2 West Auckland
West Auckland players felt robbed of deserved points at Billingham Synthonia after a string of debatable decisions went against them including the dismissal of keeper Billy Hanson, whilst Synners grabbed two injury time goals to take the win.
Details - Penrith 0-2 West Auckland
Dale Jardine and Mattie Moffat scored either side of half time to give West their first win under Peter Dixon.
Report - West Auckland 2-2 Dunston UTS
Manager Peter Dixon watched on from the stands as his first game in charge brought a well earned point against high flying Dunston UTS and a much improved display from West Auckland.
Match Details - New Mills 5-1 West Auckland
HT: 5-0 // FT: 5-1
Report - West Auckland 1-6 Newcastle Benfield
League champions Newcastle Benfield raced to the points after easily overcoming managerless West Auckland, who are now 12 points from safety.
Report - Newton Aycliffe 2-1 West Auckland
West Auckland crashed out of the League Cup to league newcomers Newton Aycliffe after a late winner for the Moore Lane Park side.
Report - Bedlington Terriers 4-0 West Auckland
A poor display saw West Auckland comfortably beaten at Bedlington Terriers as their wretched League form continues.
Report - West Auckland 4-0 Whickham
Managerless West Auckland turned in a much improved performance to brush Second Division Whickham aside in the FA Vase.
Report - West Auckland 1-4 Esh Winning
Injury hit Esh Winning outclassed West Auckland to take the points in the battle of the Division's bottom clubs.
Report - Tow Law 2-1 West Auckland
Tow Law scored either side of half time to turn the game on it's head after West Auckland led from an early Stuart Irvine penalty.
Report - West Auckland 0-4 Ryton
West Auckland's disappointing form continued when they crashed out of the Durham Challenge Cup, 4-0 to lowly Ryton.
Report - West Auckland 0-5 Spennymoor
West Auckland were on the end of a five star Spennymoor performance as the visitors moved top of the table and kept West rooted to the bottom.
Report - Chester-le-Street 5-3 West Auckland
Brief match details
Match Details - Jarrow FC 3-3 West Auckland (2-4 on penalties)
Report - West Auckland 4-2 Horden C.W.
At the 13th attempt West Auckland finally recorded a win in the League after a good 4-2 victory over Horden at Darlington Road.
Report - Ashington 4-3 West Auckland
There was late drama as Ashington overturned a 3-1 deficit in an astonishing 8 minutes injury time - over 3 minutes more than indicated.
Report - Norton & Stockton Ancients 3-3 West Auckland
Stuart Banks snatched an injury time equaliser to give West Auckland a point in an entertaining match.
Report - West Auckland 5-1 Hall Road Rangers
Gale force winds and a five star show from West Auckland blew Hall Road Rangers away to allow West to progress to the FA Vase 2nd Round.
Report - West Auckland 0-2 Billingham Synthonia
Billingham Synthonia took the points with two second half goals as forward Danny Earl proved to be the difference between the two sides.
Report - West Auckland 3-3 All Stars X1
In today's special game to celebrate the centenary of West Auckland winning the first World Cup, a West Auckland X1 drew 3-3 with a Bernie Slaven X1.
Report - West Auckland 0-3 Morpeth Town
Wilf Constantine watched on as West Auckland slipped to the bottom of the table after defeat to previous basement club Morpeth.
Report - West Auckland 4-1 Shields United
Scorers were Stephen Manson 3 and David Manson
Report - Willington 1-2 West Auckland
New Manager Wilf Constantine had a winning start when he watched West Auckland progress to the next round of the FA Vase by beating Willington 2-1.
Report - West Auckland 1-2 Bishop Auckland
A tense second half had a sensational ending to give despair for West and joy for Bishop in the Auckland derby. Afterwards, the result led to the resignation of Manager Brian Honour after just 11 games in charge.
Report - Newcastle Benfield 2-0 West Auckland
Defending League champions Newcastle Benfield edged out West Auckland with two second half goals in the blazing sunshine.
Match Details - Whitley Bay 3-1 West Auckland
Report - West Auckland 1-0 Yorkshire Amateur
West Auckland won their first game under Brian Honour to progress in the FA Vase against Northern Counties East League side Yorkshire Amateur side.
Report - West Auckland 1-3 Shildon
Woeful defending and conceding an 8th penalty in just 7 games meant that West Auckland came away empty handed in the Bank Holiday derby against Shildon.
Report - Dunston UTS 5-1 West Auckland
A bizarre game that saw no physios on the field, no real bad challenges, yet 4 penalties awarded! For West the game was over before it began - 3 down after just 9 minutes.
Report - West Auckland A-A Esh Winning
When West Auckland went 1-0 up into the half time interval against 10 man Esh Winning, it looked like the greatest chance to claim their first win of the season.
Report - West Auckland 1-5 Billingham Town
A capitulation in the second half saw West Auckland heavily beaten at home to Billingham Town.
Report - Brandon United 2-1 West Auckland
10 man West Auckland crashed out of the FA Cup in dramatic circumstances seeing Hyson sent off after just 19 minutes and keeper Gareth Young having his effort cleared off the line with the last kick of the game.
Report - West Auckland 2-2 Brandon United
Despite a barnstorming start, West Auckland stuttered to an FA Cup replay after second division Brandon fought back to clinch a 2-2 draw.
Report - West Auckland 3-3 Penrith
An enthralling end to the game saw West Auckland snatch a dramatic injury time equaliser to overturn a 3-0 deficit with 21 minutes remaining.
Report - West Auckland 0-2 West Allotment Celtic
Brian Honour’s managerial rein began with defeat but his side were the better team only they could not find the vital breakthrough despite several good chances.
Report - Juventus 7-1 West Auckland
On Saturday 1st August 2009, little West Auckland played Juventus in Chiusa di Pesio to celebrate the centenary of West Auckland winning the Sir Thomas Lipton Trophy.
Pre-Season Review 2009/10
Report - Newcastle Blue Star 0-3 West Auckland
West Auckland finished the season with an impressive 3-0 win over soon-to-be Unibond side Newcastle Blue Star.
Report - Billingham Town 4-3 West Auckland
After an excellent display, a deserved victory was turned into a cruel defeat with a red card to goalkeeper Mark Bell turning the game on its head.
Report - Bishop Auckland 1-4 West Auckland
A derby double was completed in emphatic style with the game being sewn up by half time as veteran Lee Ellison ran the show with 2 goals and 2 assists.
Report - West Auckland 0-1 Newcastle Blue Star
A hatful of missed chances cost West Auckland dearly as they somehow went down by a single goal at home to Newcastle Blue Star.
Report - West Auckland 5-1 Bedlington Terriers
Report - West Auckland 2-1 Bishop Auckland
West Auckland won the battle of the local rivals with a late Leigh Grant header – although in truth the 3 points should have been secured much earlier.
Report - Bedlington Terriers 0-6 West Auckland
West Auckland put six past ten men Bedlington, without reply, to move into the 3rd Round of the FA Vase.
Report - West Auckland 0-2 Billingham Town
A wind assisted opener saw Billingham Town set on their way to 3 points at Darlington Road. West Auckland were enjoying several chances before that goal and after conceding a 2nd there was no way back for the hosts.
Report - Chester-le-Street 4-3 West Auckland
A disastrous 15 minute spell saw West Auckland crash out of the Durham Challenge Cup in dramatic fashion.