The Scottish FA, in partnership with Scottish Disability Sport and Edinburgh Council Active Schools Team, launched the second of its two new Learning Disability Regional Leagues at Bathgate Sports Centre on Friday 2nd October.
There was a great turn out for the new South East League with teams from schools including Cedar Bank, Pinewood, Saltersgate and Woodlands.
There was some excellent football on show, with fantastic pieces of individual skill and some great team performances.
And to make sure that all teams have everything they need to train for the next round of games, each team that entered received a kit pack with balls, bibs, markers and session plans, plus a manager’s jacket, jumper and polo for the coaches.
Currently sitting top of the South East league are Woodlands with 9 points followed closely by Cedar Bank with 7 points. With only two points between 1st and 2nd, and 2 points between 3rd and 4th everything is still to play for.
The winners of both the South East and West Leagues will get the opportunity to compete against each other to be crowned Scottish Champions next spring.
|South East Schools League||P||W||D||L||F||A||Pts|
Teams are awarded Three poinst for a win, two for a draw, and one for a defeat.
|Robbie Potter||Cedar Bank||4|
|Lewis MacKay||Cedar Bank||4|
|Billy Scott||Cedar Bank||3|
|Darren Bell||Cedar Bank||2|
|Liam Deary||Cedar Bank||2|
|Zak Mann||Cedar Bank||2|
|Michael Porchetta||Cedar Bank||2|
|Harry Foy||Cedar Bank||2|
|Cameron Carter||Cedar Bank||2|