By ALEXANDRA BULL
Kenilworth will take on reigning premier Eastern Park this Saturday in the 2021 SANFL APM Inclusive League Grand Final.
Eastern Park, who went through the season undefeated, is aiming for its fifth-straight grand final win from an astounding five consecutive grand final appearances since 2017.
Kenilworth defeated Goodwood Saints last weekend in the preliminary final, to progress to its second grand final appearance in two years.
Starting at approximately 4pm at The Parade, the title-decider will follow the SANFL Statewide Super League clash between Norwood and Adelaide.
The SANFL APM Inclusive League is a competition integrated into local community clubs for males aged 15 and over with an intellectual disability.
The focus of the League is on the development of players and their inclusion at their local clubs, offering players with a disability a fun, safe and welcoming environment.
Celebrating its 30th year of competition this year, the League has five teams competing in 2021: Christies Beach, Eastern Park, Goodwood Saints, Kenilworth and Salisbury.
Saturday September 4 at 4pm
Eastern Park vs Kenilworth
Coopers Stadium Norwood (Norwood, The Parade)
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