Whilst the WB football section was formed in 1964, its only in more recent times that we have produced a regular supply of junior players coming through the ranks. Early success as a senior team in the late 60ï¿½s and early 70ï¿½s whilst in the Teesside League, produced league Division 1 league titles in 1970 and 1972, followed by Macmillan Bowl trophy success in 1973. A barren period followed and it wasnï¿½t until the early 90ï¿½s that the section started to rise again from the ashes under the influence of Andy Lockwood, now the Club President. In each year from 1995 the section continued its rapid growth culminating with Andy Lockwoods team of youngsters transferring from their successful stint in the Teesside Junior Football Alliance to senior level in 2002 with the complete team of 18 year oldï¿½s entering senior football via the Teesside League 2nd Division. Joined by a couple of older players to pass on their valuable experience the team started the 1st season with 5 straight wins only to slip away to a mid table finish. Following a struggle in the following season, a year later in 2004/2005 they gained promotion to the 1st Division and added the North Riding Challenge Cup to the trophy cabinet in the same year with a 1-0 victory at Stokesley against Scarborogh team Edgehill. We then established ourselves in the 1st Division over the next two seasons finishing 8th out of 14 in season 2006/2007. The junior section continued to grow, producing young players wanting to stay with the club and a decision was made to start a second senior team in time for season 2007/2008. Current manager John Smith was asked, and accepted the role of manager, reducing his playing appearences to develop the team. A year on and continued success has followed with a 2nd win in the North Riding Challenge Cup against Thirsk Falcons with a 2-1 victory. the 2008/2009 season finished with a top three finish in Division 2 and Runners Up in the Macmillan Bowl Cup Final. The junior section continues with between 8 and 11 teams competing over the various age groups over the last 10 years.