Despite the inclement weather 24 teams from all over Ireland competed in the finals.
It was a very enjoyable day 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, FAI Chief John Delaney, Maureen O Sullivan TD, Senator Cait Keane, and Cllr Kate O Connell.
Recently appointed 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 in Amsterdam in September will be chosen.
Matt Talbot (Dublin)
San Marino (Portlaoise)
Player of the Tournament 'Baby' Joe Nevin San Marino (Portlaoise)
Goalkeeper of the Tournament Paul Mcnevin Matt Talbot ( Dublin)
Fair Play Award Galway Utd.
Longford Player of the year David Nevin
Belfast Player of the year Kenny Flood
Cork Player of the year Gloundi Nsingi
Limerick Player of the year Christopher Moran
Galway Player of the year Raymond Stack
Dublin Player of the year Roland O Connor
Portlaoise Player of the year Liam Swyane
Waterford Player of the year Adam Caufield