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Home Farm Trust and Care By Us represent Bishop's Stortford Community Football Club in the Inclusion Cup


By Michael Vaughton


The Home Farm Trust were crowned the winners of the Inclusion Cup as 60 players with special educational needs enjoyed a brilliant day at the ProKit UK Stadium.

The champions and a side from Care By Us both represented hosts Bishop's Stortford Community Football Club in the tournament.

Home Farm Trust. Picture: Vikki Lince
Home Farm Trust. Picture: Vikki Lince

Four other squads made up of players who attend day centres in the county were also in action.

It was the ninth running of the event, which has traditionally seen the Home Farm Trust taking on St Elizabeth's. The latter did not enter a team this year, so organiser Ray Greenwood opened it up to other organisations.

"It was our most successful one yet," said Greenwood, who is BSCFC's lead inclusion coach as well as being lead coach for the under-12 to under-18 boys and girls' development coach.

"Everyone gets a medal in a presentation afterwards and there's a buffet for the players and their carers.

"It's just a great day for everyone to take part."

The event was put on thanks to a grant from The National League Trust, whose funding partners are the Premier League and the Professional Footballers' Association.



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