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Community Quality Mark club Syngenta Juveniles recently celebrated its first anniversary of holding a Cerebral Palsy football event.
The club, formed in 1960 in Grangemouth, are developing its disability football section.
To mark one year since the club made steps to enhance its coverage of disability football, new kits were presented to players who are playing within the new section.
Syngenta Juveniles coach Kevin McGuire said: “The team had a great training session, had a little lesson on the clubs history, and then ended their day with a game against the clubs talented 04 and 05 teams.
“There were some fantastic skills and commitment on show, but more importantly lots of fun and laughter.
“Next steps are to organise some proper opposition for the team and they can't wait for the challenge.
“We might have some future stars of the Scotland CP team amongst us.”
The Scottish FA Quality Mark accreditation programme is designed to support and recognise the work of clubs and teams who have a desire to be the very best they can be.
To gain one of the awards - Entry, Standard, Development, Community or Legacy – there is a related list of criteria that the club must achieve. This criteria is aimed at improving or supporting management, development structures, administration, planning and welfare.
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