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Irish eyes fail to smile on Bradford Boys under-15s
Bradford Boys' under-15s team capped off fine year by reaching the final of the 2013 International Mayo Cup.
Bradford Boys won the coveted English Schools' FA Under-15 Trophy for only the third time in their history back in May.
That day they beat Brent 3-0 at Leicester City’s King Power Stadium, with Reece Webb-Foster netting all three goals.
That secured them a place in the Mayo Cup in Ireland, where they faced Millwall, Glentoran, FAI Castlebar and an Ireland Under-15s outfit.
They were unbeaten throughout the league stage of the tournament, beating Millwall, Glentoran and Castlebar convincingly before their final-day showdown with the Irish Under-15s.
Despite drawing against them in their league match, the Irish won 2-0 in the final to make sure the trophy stayed in the country.
However, Bradford took home both the player of the tournament award via Kesi Omolokum and the Golden Boot award via Webb-Foster.
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