After months of preparations, the CYP 4 Nations 2014 has come and gone.  Over 4 days, 70 boys took part in the international football competition played between representative sides from England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.

The weather added to the weekend, making it feel more like Brazil than Northern Ireland, and some great football was played by all the teams involved.

CYP would like to thank all the organisations that traveled, and all the clubs who lent their players for the weekend.

Below is a recap of the results and awards, and click here for photos from the weekend.

Official photos and videos from the weekend are available to buy from RWT Photography.

 

DAY 1

Scotland 0 – England 2

Player of the Match: Ethan Glennie (Scotland)

Wales 1 – Northern Ireland 1

Player of the Match: Josh Webber (Wales)

 

DAY 2

Scotland 2  – Wales 4

Player of the Match: Oliver Probert (Wales)

Northern Ireland 2 – England 2

Player of the Match: Jonah Nicholls (Northern Ireland)

 

DAY 3

Northern Ireland 1 – Scotland 0

Player of the Match: Adam Houston (Scotland)

Wales 0 – England 6

Player of the Match: Jonny Coleman (England)

 

AWARDS

Player of the Tournament – Jonah Nicholl (Northern Ireland)

Fair Play Award – Scotland

Gaelic Cup – Wales

4 Nations Trophy – England

4 NATIONS FINAL POSITIONS

                                                       GD         PTS
1 – England                            +8            7
2 – Northern Ireland            +1            5
3 – Wales                               -4             4
4 – Scotland                          -5            0

GAELIC CUP FINAL POSITIONS

                                                  GD         PTS
1 – Wales                               +2          4pts
2 – Northern Ireland           +1          4pts
3 – Scotland                          -3          0pts

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