Yes, the weather gods ensured that all went smoothly for the finals of MWC’19
That’s it – the final 82 MWC’19 games were played today in Kilbogget – multiple knockout games – play-offs, semi-finals and finals – 335 goals (three more than 2018 and 2,023 overall – at last count!), twelve periods of extra time and, to crown it all, the agony and ecstasy of eight penalty shoot-outs.

We’ll have further updates, including the final group results, and all the day’s photos in the next day or so, together with some more team photos so do have a look in over the coming days.

On that last point, we’ll still accept your team photo if your team is still in red on the photo list page. So, if you happen to have a photo of your team, please dig it out and send it in without delay. Thank you.

Meanwhile, see the full list of winners below.

Group N – Angola
20190615 Winners N Angola

Group M – Senegal
20190615 Winners M Senegal

Group K – Burma
20190615 Winners K Burma

Group L – Samoa
20190615 Winners L Samoa

Group J – Wales
20190615 Winners J Wales

Group H – Iceland
20190615 Winners H Iceland

Group G – Jamaica
20190615 Winners G Jamaica

Group F – Ukraine
20190615 Winners F Ukraine

Group E – Poland
20190615 Winners E Poland

Group D – Czech Republic
20190615 Winners D Czech Republic

Group C – Paraguay
20190615 Winners C Paraguay

Group B – Oman
20190615 Winners B Oman

Group A – Tunisia
20190615 Winners A Tunisia

FFA – Tasmania
20190615 Tasmania

FFA – Cook Islands
20190615 Cook Islands

Uhlsport Goalkeeper of the MWC – Conor Emerson
20190615 Conor Emerson

Andy Rice Memorial Manager of the MWC – Graham Swan
20190615 Graham Swan

Clubman of the Year – Tommy Flynn
20190615 Tommy Flynn
Finally, well done to the MWC committee and all volunteers who gave the weather gods a dig out in ensuring that everything went to the annual well-exercised MWC plan and thanks to everyone who helped clean up the park today as it meant our regular volunteers, who gave it all from early in the morning, only had the presentation area to tidy up after the formal ceremonies concluded.

What can we say – just a great well done to one and all!