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Joga Futsal start 2019 in style with tournament win in Italy

  Joga Futsal Club in Glasgow began their 2019 in some style, winning the The U13 Fenice Venezia F5 Futsal Cup in Venice. &n...

Stephen McManus | The sky is the limit for Motherwell youngsters

Stephen McManus believes Motherwell have done all the right things to deliver a successful youth academy. McManus was part of the Scotland...

David James | Timing the key to youth success

Former England goalkeeper David James believes that money has its pros and cons for youth development, but thinks the modern game allows young...

GoFitba project receives positive interim report

  The GoFitba project, established by the Scottish Football Partnership Trust, has received glowing reviews from parents, coaches and...

Scottish FA Youth Cup - Quarter Final draw 2018/19

  The draw for the quarter finals of the Scottish FA Youth Cup has been made at Hampden.   The draw will see holders Hib...

  • Joga Futsal start 2019 in style with tournament win in Italy

  • Stephen McManus | The sky is the limit for Motherwell youngsters

  • David James | Timing the key to youth success

  • GoFitba project receives positive interim report

  • Scottish FA Youth Cup - Quarter Final draw 2018/19

Cramond's Primary 7s recently celebrated going where no team from their school has gone before. The North Edinburgh school won the Inspectors Cup for the first time in the Trophy's illustrious 118 year history!  They defeated Parsons Green 4-2 in the final. The goal scorers for Cramond were Ross Thompson (2), David Anderson and Jack Markham.
 

 
Back row (coaches) - Neil Markham, Ian McCann and David Rowney 
Middle row - Cameron Dunlop, David Anderson, Kieran Gillon, Angus Farquhar and Jack Markham 
Front row - Ross Thompson, Lewis Rowney, Ali McCann (Captain), Lewis Ajodani and Lewis McCann.
 
Elsewhere two other schools were celebrating cup success. Holy Cross took the EPSSA Cup after defeating Longstone and Duddingston were victorious in the School Board Cup after defeating St Mary's Leith.