TEAM Mission Impossible recently clinched their third consecutive Vale Boccia League title, a competition organised by the Vale of Glamorgan Council’s Sports Development team, after completing another perfect season.

Boccia is a disability sport in which players propel balls with the aim of landing as closely as possible to the target ball.

Each side has six red or blue balls, and points are accumulated over the course of a match to find a winner.

The Vale Boccia League was established in 2003. Teams are divided into two pools, with the top teams progressing on to the knockout stages to find a winner.

This year’s final saw Hen Goleg Resource Centre’s Mission Impossible overcome the SEND Scorpions to emerge victorious.

Collecting awards alongside the winners were the Barry Bombers, who were awarded the Dean Evans Team Spirit Award for their Outstanding Attitude.

Robert Williams of the Sully Strikers picked up the Dilwyn Williams Individual Sportsmanship Award for his inspiring performances.

Simon Jones, Disability Sport Wales Development Officer for the Vale, said: “The league is in its 15th year and it keeps going from strength to strength. We get new players taking part every year, as well as familiar faces returning.

“A huge thank you to Hen Goleg Resource Centre, who provide the facility every year, and an even bigger thank you to Faye and Jeff for refereeing the matches. It’s a pleasure to be involved in such a brilliant tournament.”

If you would like more information about Disability Sport in the Vale of Glamorgan, please contact Simon Jones on 01446 704728 or