Football-for-all sessions aimed at new players

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Clifton Rangers FC is hosting Ability Counts football sessions to attract new players.

The sessions are aimed at players with disabilities or those who want to learn new skills, get fitter and meet new people. They will be held in the sports hall at Brighouse High School, Finkil Street, over the next couple of months with the next one on Saturday, March 15 from 12.30pm to 1.30pm.

The sessions have been organised by the FA and West Riding County FA and will be run by Disability Football Development Officer James Doyle. Allan Pryor of Clifton Rangers has put in a lot of hard work to organise the coaching.

Sessions are open to players of all ages who are asked to wear suitable clothing and footwear to the indoor sports hall.

Future sessions will be on March 29, April 12, April 26, May 10 and May 24. For more information contact James on 07540 127 683 or email james.doyle@wrcfa.com