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PREVIEW | WOSYFL Cup finals get underway this weekend

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This Saturday sees the beginning of the WOSYFL Cup Finals and we are set to be treated to three close ties, containing six very good sides.
 
The first match this weekend will see Galston YFC and Dreghorn Moorfield face off at U13s level. Following this will be the U16s Presidents Cup final between Glenburn MW and Rowallan FC, before the day is rounded off with the U19s William Nesbitt Cup final between Bonnyton Thistle and Hurlford BC.
 
Let's now look at all the finals this Sunday:
 
 
Galston YFC vs Dreghorn Moorfield U13s - Charles Hogg Memorial Trophy Final
 
Both teams come into this game on good form. Galston currently sit 4th in the 25 team WOSYFL U13s League, having lost just two games in the league all season. And while one of those games did come against their final opponents, they will still certainly fancy their chances of leaving with the trophy.
 
Dreghorn have had an equally inpresive first season at 11-a-side football and they occupy second spot in the league table, having lost just one game this season. Moorfield also have the mental advantage in knowing that they have already beaten Galston earlier this season, winning 5-2 when the sides met back in November.
 
Here is how both teams made their way to Dam Park:
 
 
Galston YFC
 
Preliminary Round: KFA Inter - 10-1 (H)
1st Round: KFA Bayern - 10-0 (H)
Quarter-Final: Craigie Colts - 6-0 (A)
Semi-Final: Irvine Meadow - 2-1 (H)
 
 
Dreghorn Moorfield
 
Preliminary Round: Coylton FC - 10-0 (H)
1st Round: Troon Thistle - 10-0 (H)
Quarter-Final: Stewarton Annick - 8-1 (H)
Semi-Final: Caledonian YFC - 3-1 (A)
 
 
 
Glenburn MW vs Rowallan FC U16s - Presidents Cup Final
 
Glenburn's form in the WOSYFL U16s league this season has been pristine so far, with 14 wins from 14 games played this season in league action. On top of this they can boast a win over Rowallan so far already this season, although they will definitely be in for a more challenging test when they meet again on Saturday.
 
Rowallan have also performed well this season and have only picked up two losses in the league this season. One of those defeats did come at the hands of Glenburn, but since that match Rowallan have been on fine league form, with eight straight wins, conceeding just three goals in the process.
 
Here is how both teams made their way to Dam Park:
 
 
Glenburn MW
 
1st Round: Stewarton United - 10-1 (H)
Quarter-Final: Dalrymple Thislte - 4-3 AET (A)
Semi-Final: Bellfield Royals - 4-3 (A)
 
 
Rowallan FC
 
1st Round: BYE
Quarter-Final: Cunninghame Colts - 8-0 (A)
Semi-Final: Valspar AC - 6-1 (H)
 
 
 
Bonnyton Thistle vs Hurlford BC U19s - William Nesbitt Cup Final
 
Bonnyton come into this game as underdogs, but will take great encouragement from their run in this tournament so far. A win in the semi-finals against a strong Auchinleck Talbot side serves as evidence that Thistle are more than capable of taking any team on on their day.
 
Hurlford are having a great season so far and sit in a favourable position in the league to take top spot and win the title. The Scottish Cup Quarter-Finalists will have t make sure complacency doesn't become an issue, despite having already beaten Bonnyton earlier this season.
 
Here is how both teams made their way to Dam Park:
 
 
Bonnyton Thistle
 
1st Round: Bellfield BC - 6-1 (H)
Quarter-Final: Cumnock Juniors - 10-1 (H)
Semi-Final: Auchinleck Talbot - 3-1 (A)
 
 
Hurlford BC
 
1st Round: Glenafton - 1-0 (H)
Quarter-Final: Coylton - 8-0 (H)
Semi-Final: Irvine Meadow - 3-1 (H)
 
 
 
YFS is looking forward to filming all of these games this weekend. If you would like to pre-order your match DVD, order here @ https://yfs.news/FinalApril19

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