A record-breaking season for the club saw us end the campaign in fourth place - our highest ever FA WSL finish.
Beth HeppleJordan AtkinsonNat GutteridgeNicki Gears
It was Atkinson who opened the scoring against the Bees way back in early February as the Wildcats romped to victory.
It was the eighth minute when Atkinson slotted Ellie Christon's pass home.
The Wildcats won 3-1 thanks to a brace from Nat Gutteridge and a Beth Hepple strike.
Alderson saved two penalties over the course of 2016, also keeping one out away at Yeovil Town Ladies in the FA WSL.
Three Wildcats made their first league appearances at Sheffield FC - Sarah McFadden and Becky Salicki started with Nicola Gibson appearing from the bench.
Half of Heppe's strikes came from outside the area - not a bad return!
Durham conceded only 26 times this season - our best ever defensive return.
Beth HeppleNicki GearsNat GutteridgeJordan Atkinson
It was Hepple whose corner was fumbled by the goalkeeper, allowing McFadden to stab home her first for the club.
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Only twice did the Wildcats suffer back-to-back defeats in 2016. Talk about bounceback-ability.
Becky SalickiSarah McFaddenTyler DoddsJordan Atkinson
It was Atkinson who took a knock and missed out on the fantastic celebrations.
Durham has 13 points thanks to four wins and a draw from the six games played.
Mercy DarkoahTyler DoddsEmily RobertsMegan Elliott
It was the youngster Elliott, who came off the bench to make her senior debut for the club.
Beth HeppleEmily RobertsSarah EadonJordan Atkinson
It was Eadon who provided the assist after some neat interplay on the edge of the area.
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It's a round trip of 692 miles from New Ferens Park to Huish Park in what was our longest journey of the season.
We scored three or more six times, against London Bees, Charlton, Oxford, Aston Villa and Watford (twice)
Beth HeppleJordan AtkinsonNat GutteridgeTyler Dodds
It was Dodds' clearance that proved to be the perfect assist for Roberts as she lobbed home the opening goal.
Jordan AtkinsonBeth HeppleEmily RobertsNat Gutteridge
It was Hepple herself who won the free-kick before dispatching it to wrap up the 1-0 win.
Ashlee HincksRinsola BabajideMegan WynneLucy Loomes
It was young striker Loomes that Salicki disposed as she was about to shoot.
It was, of course, 6-1 as the Wildcats battled back from behind to pick up a resounding victory.
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Darkoah entered the pitch in the 71st minute and netted in the 72nd. Impressive.
537 fans braved the torrential rain to watch Durham run out 2-1 victors.
25 players made a first team appearance at some point during the season for the Wildcats, with a further two being substitutes but never making it onto the pitch.
13 different players got on the scoresheet this season, meaning more than half the players we used contributed to our goals tally. Not bad.
Four players featured in every competitive game - Sarah Wilson, Beth Hepple, Ellie Christon and Jordan Atkinson.