It was an action-packed day with over 230 players representing teams from all over Ireland, with the skill and competitiveness shown by the players impressing all.
Among those in attendance were;
Minister for Youth and Children's Affairs James Reilly,
Brother Kevin Crowley of Capuchin Day Centre,
Father Peter McVerry of Peter McVerry Trust,
Actor Glen Gannon of Simon Community,
Pat Fenlon of Shamrock Rovers,
Fran Gavin FAI Director of Competitions,
Jim Beglin of Dublin City Council,
Maureen O Sullivan TD,
Sarah Holland Mayor of South Dublin County,
Richard Boyd Barrrett TD.
The Irish Homeless World Cup team coach Thomas Morgan was very impressed with the footballing talent on show and has shortlisted a panel of players from which the team to represent Ireland in the Homeless World Cup which be held in Glasgow, Scotland, July 9th-17th 2016 will be chosen.
Killer Penguins (Longford)
Player of the Tournament
Billy Ward (Waterford)
Goalkeeper of the Tournament
Daniel O’Herlihy (Cork)
Limerick Player of the year Willie Moran
Galway Player of the year Niven Bodireddy
Portlaoise Player of the year Gary Burke
Waterford Player of the year Billy Ward
Cork Player of the year Dean O’Connell