Hibs' Youth Cup class of 2009: Where are they now?

Hibs take on Aberdeen at Hampden on Thursday night in the SFA Youth Cup Final as Grant Murray's team chase a league and cup double. The Hibees last won the trophy back in 2009 when they beat Rangers 2-1 at the national stadium. This was the Hibees' starting line-up that night .'‰.

Wednesday, 25th April 2018, 7:30 am
Updated Wednesday, 25th April 2018, 4:59 pm
The Hibs team celebrate their SFA Youth Cup triumph over Rangers at Hampden in 2009

Thomas Flynn: Newcastle-born, he went on to play for Cowdenbeath and now turns out for Whitley Bay in the Northern League Division One. Never played a senior game for Hibs.

Ally Park: Switched from Rangers Under-20s to win league and cup double. Now plays for Scottish Junior Cup holders Glenafton Athletic. Never played a senior game for Hibs.

Ewan Moyes: Went on to play for Livingston, Arbroath, Brechin (twice), Gateshead, East Fife and Montrose and now plays for Bonnyrigg Rose. Never played a senior game for Hibs.

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Scott Smith: Ex-under-19 internationalist, played just one game for Hibs and last played for East Fife.

Callum Booth: Made almost 50 appearances for Hibs but fell out of favour under Pat Fenlon and went on loan to Livingston, Raith Rovers and Partick Thistle where he has been a first-team regular since 2015.

Oliver Russell: Played for Musselburgh but moved to the US in 2015 where he now coaches in California. Never played a senior game for Hibs.

David Wotherspoon: Went on to play 154 games for Hibs before switching to St Johnstone in his home town of Perth in 2013. Now a Canadian internationalist.

Lee Currie: Moved to Berwick Rangers before entering the junior ranks where he now plays for Bonnyrigg Rose. Never played a senior game for Hibs.

Fergus Bell: Played in Spain, Belgium and Italy before returning to England where he last played for Torquay. Never played a senior game for Hibs.

Kurtis Byrne: Played for a number of Scottish clubs before returning to Ireland in 2013 where he now plays for Linfield. Made seven senior appearances for Hibs.

Patrick Deane: Short spells with Montrose, Darlington and Arbroath. Last played for Jeanfield Swifts. Never played a senior game for Hibs.