TWO Warrington players helped Cerebral Palsy United top off an unbelievable season by winning an international competition.

John Foster and Daniel Jones were both part of the squad that won the FECPC International Trophy in Barcelona, having already scooped the FA Disability Cup.

The team, which is open to any individual with cerebral palsy either from birth or an acquired illness, also has coaches with Warrington connections in the shape of head coach Sean Bailey, a former Warrington and District League player with Vulcan FC, and Chapelford-based assistant Callum Thornhill.

Glazebrook’s Foster netted twice in the final against Chile before being sent off, but the rest of the team managed to hang on for a 2-1 victory.

“It was without question the greatest experience of my life,” said a jubilant Thornhill.

“This club has provided me with so many opportunities and I am so grateful.”

Foster scored twice in their opening group game, a 4-1 victory over Jordan in which Jones also scored.

The team then beat both Austria and the Republic of Ireland 6-0, with Foster grabbing a hat-trick in the former, to set up their clash with Chile.