Dons’ disability teams retain their titles

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It has been another hugely successful season for the MK Dons Disability teams, with two sides winning and retaining their league titles.

The U12s and U16s squads both successfully retained their Berks, Oxfordshire & Bucks Inclusion (BOBi) leagues.

In addition to that, the adult squads continue to progress and give a good account of themselves across the board in their various divisions.

The MK Dons SET (Sports & Education Trust) offers the chance for players with all disabilities to be involved with football.

At present it has 17 disability teams ranging from under 12s and 16s to adult, hearing impaired and wheelchair football.

It has now been running for 11 years and has expanded into one of the largest disability football clubs in Great Britain.

Training sessions are run on a weekly basis and as well as competing in the BOBi League, they also compete in other competitions around the country.

The coaches are always on the lookout for new players and want to encourage people to attend their training sessions to give the game a go before joining up.

Training sessions are run on a Sunday evening in the dome, Woughton on the Green.

Under 12s are from 5pm–6pm. Email or for more information.

Under 16s are from 5pm-6.30pm. Email

Adults are from 6.30pm–8pm. Email

Adult sessions are also held on a Thursday afternoon for which details can be found on the MK Dons SET website at