All roads lead to Ozier Park this afternoon as Tramore AFC seek National glory against St. Kevin’s Boys from Dublin in the FAI Youths Cup Final.
The Waterford side have been impressive in their march to the decider as they hope to make another famous season, following on from last year’s All-Ireland win at U-17 level.
Tramore scored a 6-nil win over Limerick side Kilrush in the semi-final and will be confident going into today’s final.
29/04/17 FAI Cup Winners
29/04/18 FAI Youth Cup Final
— Tramore AFC (@TramoreAFC) April 28, 2018
The Seagulls are captained by Tom Carney who says the squad have a great bond as a group. He says it’s great to have the game in Ozier Park. “It will be unreal, I can’t wait for it, it’s going to be some day out, I’m absolutely delighted we got a home draw.
Kick-off in Ozier is at 2:00pm, we’ll have updates across the afternoon with Matt Keane here on WLR
It’s also a big day for Dungarvan United who go in search of Provincial glory.
The Old Boro take on a fancied Douglas Hall outfit from Cork in the Munster Youths Cup Final.
The Blues overcame Kerry side St. Brendan’s Park 4-nil in their semi-final at the WIT Arena last month.
Kick-off in Turners Cross is at 5:30pm.
BEST WISHES: Waterford FC would like to wish Tramore AFC and Dungarvan United all the very best of luck in their FAI Youth Cup Final and Munster Youth Cup Final respectively tomorrow. Tramore take on St. Kevins Boys while Dungarvan face Douglas Hall. #FootballFamily
— Waterford FC (@WaterfordFCie) April 28, 2018