Reigning premier Eastern Park will tackle an improving Kenilworth in this Saturday’s SANFL APM Inclusive League Grand Final to be played at Peter Motley Oval.
The Demons and Kookaburras have been the top two sides all season, with a draw resulting when both sides met in Round 6.
“I’m looking forward to it. I think it will be a really tight tussle. We will have to be on our game,” Eastern Park coach Marc Lewis said.
Kenilworth coach Peter Christensen said his side was looking forward to the challenge of playing in their first title-decider.
“We’ve had a lot of new players join this season and it’s been great to see how they’ve gelled and improved throughout the year,” Christensen said.
The SANFL APM Inclusive League offers regular, competitive players with disability in a safe, fun and welcoming environment.
The focus is on the development of players and their social inclusion at community football clubs.
This year the League had over 130 players and five clubs involved: Christies Beach, Eastern Park, Goodwood Saints, Kenilworth and Salisbury.
Saturday September 26 at 10am
Eastern Park v Kenilworth
Peter Motley Oval (Unley Oval, Trimmer Pde)
Match will be followed by Statewide Super Reserves and League matches between Sturt and Glenelg