Our under 12, 14 and 16s sides all qualified earlier in the season to make the Super Six and following last weekend with a win for our U12s vs Flint, U14s vs Rhyl and a defeat for U16s against Flint ensured, along with other league results, all have made the Northern Final.
Our U12s played out a 3-0 win vs Flint which ensured they finished second in their group and will play super six winners Bangor City away in the Northern Final.
Our U14s defeated Rhyl the same evening at The Quay 3G ensuring 10/10 league wins in the Super Six and our ever impressive U14s face TNS at home this Sunday in the Northern Final.
For just the second time in the academies history our under 16s ensured that our club has all three of our sides in the Northern Final, following last weekends games leaving them top of the super six. Ian Bennett and Mark Rowlands side face Flint Town United at home this Sunday in the FAW Academy Cup Northern Final.
A huge well done to all three sides, coaches and players in making these finals. An unbelievable season of work from when new started back in July last year and fully deserved opportunity for all of our sides.
We hope all sides can get great support from all at the club and academy as they play in the Northern Finals looking to be crowned North Wales Champions and gain a place in this years National Finals in Newtown in May.
Updated 15:51 - 10 Apr 2018 by Jay Catton