Exciting Season Finale for ACL
Now in its 8th year, the 2019 season of the Ability Counts League has been the most competitive yet with all standings in the balance going into the finale event earlier in October.
This season, the change in venue has supported the growth in the Leagues, with Richard Rose Central and Carlisle Youth Zone providing a fantastic facility for players to enjoy the monthly competitions.
The Final Match Day was very competitive and played in a fantastic spirit throughout with two Champions crowned for the first time (Windscale AFC and Carlisle City Deaf) leading to some jubilant scenes at the presentation. Whether the teams were crowned Champions or not, there were smiles and high fives all round during the end of season presentation.
View the latest Match Day results
The Champions were crowned:
Super League Champions – Carlisle Reivers Lions
The Championship – Windscale AFC Pan Disability
The Premiership – Carlisle City Deaf FC
Visit the website to find out how the Champions were crowned
Ray Sempill, Football Development Officer for Cumberland FA commented “We would like to extend our thanks to our lead sponsor ‘The Cumberland’ for their continued support on and off the field providing playing opportunities for more than 100 footballers across the county. The Cumberland News has also supported the competition programme to help raise the profile of the league.”
Cumberland FA would like to encourage any disability organisation, grassroots club or individuals who would like to get involved in the league, to get in touch! We are constantly looking for new players and teams to get involved with the Ability Counts League, so please do get in touch with us to ask about the next steps in time for season 2020..
Ray Sempill on 01900 511800 or email Ray.Sempill@CumberlandFA.com
Ray Sempill continued “We are already looking forward to next season and have had interest from new players and teams looking to get involved in our brilliant league.”
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