Cricket

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Cricket is a team sport and can be played competitively, or with family and friends. The game involves batting, bowling and fielding. The aim is for teams to score as many runs as they can without losing all of their wickets. Cricket can be played outside on a pitch or in the park and also inside in a sports hall.

Super 1s gives young people with a disability aged 12-25 the chance to play regular, competitive cricket.
Super 1s provides opportunities and helps young people realise their potential. It improves their physical and mental well-being, giving a sense of belonging as they make friends and gain skills for life such as confidence and independence.
The competition provided by Super 1s gives participants a real sense of achievement, with many of the county and regional finals being held at iconic cricketing venues including Edgbaston, Emirates Old Trafford and Lord’s.

What equipment will I need?

Most equipment will be provided by the club. Trainers and comfortable clothing, a basic cricket bat and a cricket ball will help you get started.

Where can I take part

Cricket and CP Sport

Cricket is a popular sport that often features in our Multi-Sport Start days.

Boy in swimming pool
Boy in swimming pool

Cricket and CP Sport

Cricket is a popular sport that often features in our Multi-Sport Start days.

Further information

For event information

For local opportunities

For information on the ECB Disability pathway

For information on the Lords Taveners

Partnership work with CP Sport

CP Sport currently work in partnership with the ECB on a range of projects.

Further information

For event information

For local opportunities

For information on the ECB Disability pathway

For information on the Lords Taveners

Partnership work with CP Sport

CP Sport currently work in partnership with the ECB on a range of projects.

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