Now in its third year, St George's Park is to host the FA Disability Cup Finals on 16 and 17 June, where six genres of disability football will be showcased.
Northampton referee Terry Jeyes has, for the second time, been appointed to the Cerebral Palsy Final being played on Saturday 16 June at 1:45pm. Terry became involved in Cerebral Palsy football in 2011 and officiates in the Cerebral Palsy National League.
He was also referee at the Under-19s World Cup in 2015 and officiated an open age fixture between England and Holland in the same year.
In 2017, Terry was invited to attend an England Amputee Football open day in Manchester, before becoming a referee on the EAFA National League. After just one full season, he has been appointed to referee the EAFA Disability Cup final on Sunday 17 June at 9:30am.
Terry has also been appointed to the EAFA League Cup Finals at Redditch FC on 26 May and the Cerebral Palsy League Cup Finals at Nottingham University on 2 June.
Northamptonshire FA would like to congratulate Terry on these fantastic appointments.
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