A look back at the inaugural Blind Cricket Twenty20 World Cup in India. Hosts India won the tournament, held in Bangalore, by beating rivals Pakistan by 29 runs in the final. Pakistan had previously gone undefeated through all eight group games and their semi-final against England but India held their nerve to win the final match.
A cricket video for Cricket World TV about the latest cricket news as we look ahead to the inaugural Blind Cricket Twenty20 World Cup in Bangalore, India.
The tournament gets underway on 2nd December and nine teams - Australia, Bangladesh, England, India, Nepal, Pakistan, South Africa, Sri Lanka and West Indies - will be battling it out to win the title.
Hosts India have won the inaugural Blind Cricket Twenty20 World Cup by beating rivals Pakistan by 29 runs in the final in Bangalore.
Pakistan's only defeat in the competition came after India posted 258 for eight and defended that total by restricting Pakistan to 229 for eight in reply in a high-scoring match.
England will meet favourites Pakistan in the semi-finals of the Blind Cricket Twenty20 World Cup after both teams won their final group games.
India will play Sri Lanka in the other knockout game following the conclusion of the round robin group stage.
There were wins for Australia, India, Pakistan and the West Indies in the penultimate round of group matches at the Blind Cricket Twenty20 World Cup in Bangalore.
Pakistan continued their relentless, as yet undefeated charge with a nine-wicket hammering of Sri Lanka, who have also enjoyed a strong tournament.
Pakistan batsman M Ahmed smashed a world record score of 266 in 90 balls to help his side to a huge win over the West Indies on day three of the Blind Cricket Twenty20 World Cup in India.
There were also wins for India, South Africa and Sri Lanka in Bangalore.
Australia, India and Pakistan all made it two wins out of two at the Blind Cricket Twenty20 World Cup on day two while Sri Lanka took their first win of the campaign.
Sri Lanka beat Nepal, who had opened their tournament strongly by beating Bangladesh. Australia beat the West Indies, hosts India proved too strong for England and Pakistan beat South Africa.
There were wins for host India as well as Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka on the opening day of the Blind Cricket Twenty20 World Cup in Bangalore, India.
The home side - and many people's favourites - comfortably defeated Australia by 215 runs, scoring 341 for two before Australia closed on 126 for eight.
The West Indies Cricket Board has provided full playing kit for the West Indies Blind Cricket Team for their participation in the inaugural Twenty20 World Cup for the Blind.
The team departed the Caribbean yesterday, November 28th for the tournament which will be played in Bangalore, India from December 1st to 13th.
The city of Bangalore, India, is the destination where blind cricketers from nine countries around the world will gather from 1st to 13th December 2012, for the first ever World Twenty20 cricket tournament for the blind.
The teams involved are: Australia, Bangladesh, England, India, Nepal, Pakistan, South Africa, Sri Lanka and the West Indies.
Michael Lumb joined players from the 16-man England squad at Edgbaston last week as they began preparations for the first ever T20 World Cup for visually impaired cricketers.
Warwickshire's Luke Sugg will captain England as they face eight other national teams in Bangalore, India from the 2nd-13th December.
The schedule for the Blind Cricket Twenty20 World Cup has been revealed, the tournament running from 1st to 13th December in Bangalore, India.
The competing teams in the inaugural such competition are Australia, Bangladesh, England, India, Nepal, Pakistan, South Africa, Sri Lanka and West Indies.
The one and only Dada of Indian cricket, Saurav Ganguly has donned many avatars and his latest will be as the Brand Ambassador for the forthcoming Twenty20 World Cup for the Blind.