11 county cricketers across six counties have signed up to raise funds for the Lord’s Taverners charity through their Runs and Wickets for Change campaign
31 July 2020
David Gower has been named as the new President of the Lord’s Taverners, succeeding Sir Trevor McDonald who has enjoyed a successful two years in the role at the UK’s leading youth cricket and disability sports charity.
8 June 2020
Captain Tom Moore has been made an honorary member of the Lord’s Taverners cricket charity in recognition of his heroic efforts to raise more than £30 million to NHS Charities.
5 May 2020
The England Physical Disabilities Cricket squad are challenging themselves to complete a marathon a day as they keep their fitness while waiting for the season to begin
4 May 2020
Thousands of disadvantaged and disabled young people can now remain active in their homes thanks to the launch of a series of new online hubs to support their well-being.
17 April 2020
Cape Town is no stranger to thrilling cricket clashes, but the Mother City hosted a South Africa vs England challenge of a different kind on Tuesday (March 3) as legends from both nations played Table Cricket on Table Mountain.
16 March 2020
Kit handover done by Mike Gatting and the UK Lord’s Taverners at the Ukhanyo Primary School, as part of the Masi 750 Club project run by former South African fast bowler Vincent van der Bijl.
16 March 2020
2019 County champions Essex and women's One-Day Cup winners Kent joined the Lord's Taverners at the House of Lords yesterday (Tuesday 3 March) as they were presented with their respective trophies.
5 March 2020
England batsman and Lord’s Taverners ambassador Joe Denly is supporting the charity’s first ever Runs for Change campaign - giving fans the chance to raise money for the UK’s leading youth cricket and disability sports charity with every run he scores in Test matches for England during 2020.
16 January 2020
The Lord’s Taverners and the Berkeley Foundation have announced a new four-year £800,000 partnership to support the continued growth of the Super 1s Disability Cricket programme.
18 October 2019
England Physical Disability all-rounder Callum Flynn has been named the Lord’s Taverners Disability Cricketer of the Year 2019.
1 October 2019
Following a sensational ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup Final at Lord’s Cricket Ground, Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) opened up the Cricket Academy yesterday to children from across London, for the opportunity to pick up a bat and ball and follow in the footsteps of their cricketing heroes.
18 July 2019
Yorkshire’s Ralph Thoresby School defended their Lord’s Taverners National Table Cricket Finals...
10 June 2019
Haileybury U13 girls’ cricket team were crowned county champions at the Lady Taverners Indoor Cricket competition which took place on Monday, 11 March at Hertfordshire Sports Village.
18 March 2019
To mark International Women’s Day, the Lord’s Taverners has today (Friday 8 March) announced it will host its first Girls Wicketz residential cricket festival in August with the life changing project attracting record female participation.
8 March 2019
Cricket Australia is pleased to announce that entry to Day Five of the first Domain Test match between Australia and India
9 December 2018
Hillingdon emerged as worthy victors at the Lord’s Taverners Super 1s Finals at Lord’s last week (18 October), in their first ever appearance at the home of cricket
6 December 2018
Sir Trevor McDonald has been named as the next President of the Lord’s Taverners, succeeding fellow broadcaster Sir Michael Parkinson who has enjoyed a successful three years in the role.
14 May 2018
County champions Essex and women’s One-Day Cup winners Lancashire capped off a memorable year this week (12 March) when they were presented with their respective trophies by Lord’s Taverners President Sir Michael Parkinson at Lord’s.
13 March 2018