GRESFORD ATHLETIC versus Cefn Druids will be the showpiece final of the North East Wales FA's Festival of Football.

The Wrexham-based rivals will go head-to-head in the Challenge Cup on Sunday, April 28 to conclude the three-day event at Airbus, which will stage 10 finals.

Gresford will be looking to retain the trophy they won 12 months ago against top-tier Druids at 4.15pm after Shotton Steel have tackled Rhyl in the Veterans Cup final at 10am and Llanfair meet Bethel in the Women's Cup at 1pm.

Kicking off the special event will be Gresford and Hawarden Rangers, who cross swords in the Under-12s final at 6pm, which is swiftly followed by Flint Mountain versus Connah's Quay Nomads Under-19s in the Horace Wynne Cup final at 7.45pm.

Saturday is the busiest day of the festival with five games taking place, the first of which sees Borras Park Rangers and Flint Town lock horns in the Under-15s final at 10am.

Next-up it's the Under-13s final as Borras Park Albion clash with Rhosddu United at midday, before Mold Alex and Brickfield Rangers do battle for the Under-19s trophy at 2pm.

The Under-14s final follows at 4.30pm as Hawarden Rangers tackle Brickfield Rangers, while the Under-16s final concludes a hectic day with Hawarden Rangers facing Mynydd Isa at 6.30pm.

Entrance to the festival is per day, which means that spectators have the opportunity to witness a wide range of football across the ages as part of the North East Wales FA's ethos of promoting grassroots football.