Drumchapel Amateurs 2004 celebrated a successful season with a day out at the national stadium, as they collected the Glasgow and District Youth Football League first division title.

Coaches Paddy Shiels, Andy Murdoch, Jonny Muldoon and Mark McGuire led the boys to first division glory before adding the U15s league cup.

A nervy season, Drumchapel were forced to be at their very best throughout, winning 15 matches and drawing once from 18 matches, including victories in all nine home fixtures as it went down to the wire. 

Nearest challengers Lochgilphead and Shettleston were breathing down their neck for the best part of the season but two fantastic 2-1 wins against both sides in the final weeks saw them clinch the title by six points.

Clydebank Post: Celebrations begin for Drum kids after league cup final winCelebrations begin for Drum kids after league cup final win

Drum also came through a tough group in the U15s league cup with wins over Glasgow Red Stars and Renton Craigandro before seeing off Summerston, Thistle Weir and St Patrick’s to book their spot in the final where a fine 3-2 win over league rivals Lochgilphead at Toryglen Regional Football Centre secured another piece of silverware.

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The Drum youngsters, at Hampden collecting their trophy and winners’ medals, carried on that fine league and cup form, winning five and drawing one with only one goal conceded on their way to winning the Kildrum tournament in Cumbernauld - the club’s third title of the 2019/20 campaign after storming to the GADYFL first division for the second successive season and the league cup. 

Clydebank Post: Lorcán Deeley, Patrick Shiels and Abraham Osemeke with the U15s league cupLorcán Deeley, Patrick Shiels and Abraham Osemeke with the U15s league cup

Coach Paddy Shiels said: “All of the coaches are very proud of the boys who turned up week after week and gave their all in every match and also their parents for bringing them along. We are hoping to have a good run in the Scottish Cup next season to add to the success and do it all again.”

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