North Riding FA is delighted to announce a new disability club in the county.
Kader FC will be supporting and taking two adult PAN disability teams under its umbrella to allow their players to continue to participate in football in the county.
Chris Hudson, Kader FC Secretary, said: "Kader FC has been wanting to run a disability team for some time now, so we are thrilled to be able to step in and support Matthew, his coaches and players so they can continue to play football.
“It will be great to see them wearing the Kader kit and using the brilliant facilities we have managed to provide at the club over the years.
“We're all looking forward to seeing them in action and we wish them all the best for the future. Welcome to Kader!"
Matthew Mcintosh, Head Coach, added: “After talks with Kader Football Club Directors last week, it was evident right from the beginning of the discussions that Kader FC was excited about the prospect of opening up its own adult disability section. Chris and his team were welcoming and immediately asked what support I needed to make this move happen. During the discussion, I agreed to come across with my players and open this section for this amazing club.
“The first team are looking forward to defending their league Premiership title in Kader colours and, of course, this move is going to help our development team come on much quicker with fantastic facilities.
“Myself, Archie Moore, Sharon Keelan, Dave Bennison and the coaching and volunteer team are looking forward to the future of Kader FC Adult Disability Section.
“If anyone would like to discuss joining the adult disability section at Kader FC, please contact me on email@example.com”
If your club has a good news story, please let us know by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org