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ParAbility Spring Update
Posted by Sid Cullum
Mar 16, 2018, 06:50

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Both City teams sit top of the league with just one more tournament to play but its going to be a "neck-and-neck" finish.

In the Premiership City and C3Church (Cambridge United re-branded) share first place having equal points and the same goal difference. Their final meeting promises to be a cracker of a game.

In the Championship City have lead the chase all season and sit top with 48 points but Facet March have been much improved of late whilst City have struggled with injuries and unavailability. Facet now have 46 points and pose a real threat as do CRC who joined the league late this season and may not be able to make up for playing six games less than the top two.

Having said all that it's not just about winning. Ashley Dean and Jack Drain from the Cambridgeshire FA have done a splendid job this season increasing the participation in the ParAbility leagues thus making it a more enjoyable experience for all the players.

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