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

The Hibs team celebrate their SFA Youth Cup triumph over Rangers at Hampden in 2009
The Hibs team celebrate their SFA Youth Cup triumph over Rangers at Hampden in 2009
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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 . .

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.

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.