“The boys have been training daily. We are happy to go all the way and achieve victory.
“They need to avoid repeating the same mistakes to improve in the future,” he added.
Meanwhile, Sanctuary won 3-2 on penalties to edge Rita Home Kapar in the playoff for third.
In creating a meaningful fun-filled experience for the youngsters in conjunction with PYFA’s 50th anniversary celebration this year, they invited children from 16 selected homes for the one-day meet.
Among the other entries were Al Munirah, Divine Mercy Home, Agathians Shelter, Persatuan Kebajikan Sri Rai, Sinthamani Ashram, Sivananda Ashram, Pure Life Society, Anbu Illam, Destiny Starting Point and Pusat Jagaan Sai Annai Illam.
Yayasan Seribu Harapan Malaysia pulled out from the tournament.
Nestle, Figos, Unilever and TNB were the partners for the tournament.
Having pulled out from the Football Association of Selangor (FAS) league in 2001, PYFA introduced the junior development programme to groom budding footballers between the ages of nine and 18 in 2010.
They are rebuilding the side to return to the FAS league, and there are currently 60 junior trainees going through their paces in their weekly training programme.
The hosts also fielded their Under-15 side comprising trainees between the ages of 13 and 15 in an exhibition match in the curtain raiser before the final.
And the friendly encounter against the visiting academy CIMB-YFA set-up from Rawang ended with 1-1 draw.
*** Sumber dari The Star