The Central Gauteng Lions (CGL) would like to congratulate all the players selected to represent the South African blind cricket side to host their New Zealand counterparts in a seven-match series in Cape Town.
The National Cricket Inclusion Championships (NCIC) will take place for a fourth consecutive year in Geelong with more than 250 of Australia’s most talented cricketers with a disability competing at the tournament from 13 – 17 January 2020.
After last seasons near miss for the D40 team in the ECB National Final and the Super 9s defeat in the ECB National Semi-Final, it’s been a busy winter for the Shropshire Disability squad as we prepare for the season ahead.
ECB have today announced a 16-man Visually Impaired (VI) squad for their upcoming tour of India. The side will take on World Champions India in three IT20s before competing in a Tri-Series against India and Sri Lanka.
The Yorkshire Cricket Foundation (YCF) have come together with the Yorkshire Cricket Board (YCB) and Yorkshire County Cricket Club (YCCC) to support HALO, a learning disability service provided by Beeston’s community centre, Hamara.
Game number two of the season, and after a week where both the venue for the game and the likely strength of our side varied we were pleased to finally get to Kirkham and Wesham Cricket Club (just outside Blackpool) to take on Lancashire.