Seven teams from Falkirk, Stirling and Clackmannanshire came together to compete for the Annual Umbro Cup at the annual Football For All Festival recently, supported by the Scottish FA.
There were two divisions competing on the day, B and B and B and C Teams. In both divisions the teams played each other in a round robin format for gold, silver and bronze medals.
In the B and C division, the winners of the Umbro Cup for the past three years - Carrongrange School - were no match for the winners - Stirling City All Stars A.
Carrongrange A lost their final game in the competition to Stirling City All Stars to concede both the cup and the gold medals but vowed to return next year to win the cup back.
Carrongrange B and C could not be separated in points which resulted in both teams being presented with bronze medals.
David McArdle, Scottish FA national development officer for disability football, said: “This is a great event in the Forth Valley calendar which offers players of all ages and abilities the opportunity to come along and compete in a positive, well organised competition, I am delighted for the medal winners who have worked very hard today."
All prize winners were presented with medals from Clackmannanshire Council Provost Tina Murphy.
Winners of the Band C Division were:
1st place - Stirling City All Stars A
2nd place - Carrongrange A
3rd place - Carrongrange B and Carrongrange C
In the B and D division, Centre Space found themselves at the top of the table for the first time since the seven-a- side competition began in 2007.
Winners of the B and D Division were:
1st place - Centre Space
2nd place - Bainsford
3rd place - Stirling City All Stars B
Anyone with a disability interested in playing football in the central area can contact Forth Valley Disability Sport on 01786 466485 or alternatively SDS Regional Manager on 07577830360 or email David.McArdle@scottishfa.co.uk.