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MK Dons fifth ‘Ability Counts’ day a big success

Milton Keynes Dons and Milton Keynes Dons Supporters Association designated their recent home match against Preston North End as their fifth ‘Ability Counts’ day to mark Level Playing Field’s Weeks of Action 2015.

The Ability Counts day aims to promote the Club’s facilities to current and new disabled supporters, as well as highlighting the achievements of the MK Dons Sport and Education Trust’s disability teams. This is to encourage new disabled players to ‘Come and Try’ taster sessions for football as well as other sports.

As well as discounted tickets being available to disabled supporters, over 220 Dons and Preston North End supporters took part in a half-time parade at Stadiummk and a MK Dons disability player was mascot for the day.

Full story from MK Dons Website

MKDSA Website