Knightswood FC 2005 will get the chance to scoop their first piece of silverware of the season this weekend as they get set to run out in the inspiresport Scottish Youth Cup final.

The Knightswood youngsters will line up against Kerse Boys Club from Grangemouth on Saturday at the Excelsior Stadium in Airdrie after coming through seven tough matches.

Receiving a bye in round one, Knightswood got their Scottish Cup campaign up and running with an emphatic 6-0 win over St Andrew’s Boys Club in the second round before cruising past Thorn Athletic 8-0 in the third round and putting nine past Rosyth FC in the fourth.

Last season’s Regional Cup champions Lewis United were up next with the boys travelling up to Aberdeen for the daunting fifth round clash.

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A resounding 3-0 win followed as the cup dream continued with Eddlewood Boys Club from Hamilton providing their toughest test in their journey with Knightswood narrowly edging it 1-0 to book their spot in the quarter-final.
The 2005 youngsters continued their supreme form in the last eight, brushing aside Dundee based Fairmuir 4-0 as they reached the semi-finals without conceding a goal.

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Defending champions Hustchison Vale lay in wait in the semis with it proving to be a great day for the club as they defied the odds to make it to the final with a 3-1 win.

Delighted head coach John Keaney said: “I am over the moon and overwhelmed with pride for these boys. They are a pleasure to work with and they deserve to be were they are. No matter what happens on May 18, they will always be winners in my eyes. I just hope for every one involved at the club that it’s a day to cherish forever.”

The Scottish Cup final could be the beginning of a remarkable couple of weeks for the club with the youngsters still in with a shot of winning all four competitions entered.

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Competing in the Glasgow and District Youth Football League, Knightswood have won all 12 of their matches so far and are also still in the mix in the Regional Cup as well as the League Cup.

The club have asked for vocal support in the final with family and friends invited back to Sixty Ate Bar and Kitchen on Dumbarton Road from 5pm to 9pm.

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