While there was many outstanding games on the day, the Under Six final between Arsenal and Chelsea was definitely up with the best of them. Chelsea had been the dominant force through out the league stages and went into the final as hot favourites. However, Arsenal greatly encouraged by the over powering enthusiasm of their Manager Sean Williams were ready for the challenge. The result was a cracking final which swung one way and then the other. Inspired by the brilliance of Rory Doyle, Janes Walsh and Ben Lucey; Chelsea raced into an early lead but with Cian Morgan, Adam Coleman and Scott Philpott to the fore Arsenal never dropped their heads and gradually came more into the game. However just when it looked as if an equalizer would never come, up popped Dara Williams who levelled the match with a fine strike from the edge of the area. In the dying moments either side could have taken the spoils as both sides went close to snatching victory, but in the end it took penalties to decide the outcome with Arsenal proving the sharper from the penalty spot.
In the Playoff for 3rd and 4th Place, Liverpool captained by James Shalloe got the better of Cork City led by Aaron Twohig, Everton skippered by Brian Freeman took the Plate Final defeating Glasgow Celtic captained by Conor Russell and Man Utd. with Colin O'Mahony at the helm proved too strong for the Robert St Ledger led Spurs side.