Table Cricket

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Table cricket is an adapted version of cricket, played on a table tennis table, specifically designed to give people with a disability the chance to play and compete in cricket. Table Cricket is a game for everyone to play and enjoy for both disabled and non-disabled and is a great way to teach the basic rules of cricket, all on a table top. Table Cricket provides a great opportunity to make friends and develop social skills.

Table cricket can be played either seated or standing and is accessible for chair and frame users.

What equipment will I need?

Most equipment will be provided by the club. Equipment you will need access to is:

  • Flat table (e.g. a table tennis table)
  • Table cricket set

Where can I take part

Table Cricket and CP Sport

CP Sport has supported Table Cricket since it was first developed by Doug Williamson in 1990. We have previously delivered Table Cricket Activator training and supported the promotion of opportunities through The Lord’s Taverners. The Lord’s Taverners run a National schools programme which leads in to a National Championships played at Lord’s Cricket ground.

CP Sport also deliver Table Cricket taster sessions.

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Boy in swimming pool

Table Cricket and CP Sport

CP Sport has supported Table Cricket since it was first developed by Doug Williamson in 1990. We have previously delivered Table Cricket Activator training and supported the promotion of opportunities through The Lord’s Taverners. The Lord’s Taverners run a National schools programme which leads in to a National Championships played at Lord’s Cricket ground.

CP Sport also deliver Table Cricket taster sessions.

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

Between 2010 and 2013, Cerebral Palsy Sport, the ECB  and The Lord’s Taveners worked together in developing Table Cricket. As a result of this partnership, the participation numbers dramatically increased across the country. CP Sport continue to support the ECB and The Lord’s Taverners to further develop the sport.

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

Between 2010 and 2013, Cerebral Palsy Sport, the ECB  and The Lord’s Taveners worked together in developing Table Cricket. As a result of this partnership, the participation numbers dramatically increased across the country. CP Sport continue to support the ECB and The Lord’s Taverners to further develop the sport.

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