Linfield and Finn Harps both opened their Minor campaign with victories on day one and both sides went into Tuesday morning’s clash optimistic of pushing ahead and reaching the final four.
STATSports SuperCupNI is back and raring to go!!
The STATSports SuperCupNI has a major success on its hands … with a Minor effort!
The organisers of the STATSports SuperCupNI 2019 are confident that the recently introduced Minor U13 section will continue to grow and prosper this summer.
Linfield made it two wins from two in the Minor section as they narrowly edged past Glenavon in a well contested clash at the University on Tuesday morning.
Twelve years after their formation one of Coleraine’s most popular football teams will make their debut at a competition synonymous with the man that their club is named after.
Dungannon United Youth will be hoping that the senior side’s success in the NIFL League Cup will inspire their U13 charges to Super Cup NI success this July.
The class of 2005 will etch their names in the illustrious Ballinamallard United history books as they become the first ever side to represent the County Fermanagh club in the Minor section at the 2018 Super Cup NI.
They are one of the most successful football clubs in the United Kingdom and this summer their U13 side will have their sights set on adding another trophy to the Windsor Park trophy cabinet.
Once the final team of the U13 Minor section of the 2018 Super Cup NI was revealed all of the 9 local sides in the draw were desperately hoping for a crack at Premier League giants West Ham United.
They are a club that is intrinsically linked with one of Europe’s top youth football tournaments, yet Greenisland Football Club have never kicked a ball in anger at the competition based around the North Coast.
One of England’s most prestigious academies will take on some of Northern Ireland’s best in the Minor U13 section at the 2018 Super Cup NI.
COUNTY ANTRIM: Cormac Lawlor, Christopher Crane, Liam McKenna, Kevin Cunningham, Christopher Gallagher, Stephen Mallon, Matthew Lynch, Thomas Roscoe, Jack McCourt, Callan McCredie, Michael Brady.
County Antrim 0-0 O’Higgins (Antrim win 8-7 on penalties) Milk Cup Junior semi-final.
His surname is one of the most famous in Northern Ireland football history.
Belfast’s Big Two provide the majority of players in the Northern Ireland squad for the inaugural Under-13 Dale Farm Milk Cup in Coleraine.
Ben and Rebecca Andrews from County Antrim with the first copy of the Dale Farm Milk Cup programme which is now on sale.