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80 children with learning and physical disabilities from across Cumbria have been taking part in an annual football tournament.
The James Rennie challenge attracts 11 to 18-year olds from both specialist and mainstream schools.
The aim of the competition is to encourage more children to take part in sport, as Katie Hunter reports:
About 80 young children from across Cumbria have been taking part in the annual James Rennie Football Challenge.
The tournament is for children with a range of learning and physical disabilities.
Players from Carlisle United were also there to meet the children and give them tip on how to improve their game.
Schools from across the county have gathered at the Sands Centre in Carlisle for the James Rennie Football Challenge.
Around 80 young disabled players from eight different schools are taking part in the football festival, run as part of Carlisle United's Pan-Disability Football Programme.