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Home comforts for Quatt

Home comforts for Quatt

Quatt Cricket Club had a day of celebration earlier this month when former England captain Mike Gatting officially opened their new pavilion.

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Dixon and Flynn to carry Olympic flame

Dixon and Flynn to carry Olympic flame

Players from the England Deaf and England Physical Disabilities teams will have the honour of carrying the Olympic torch on Friday and Saturday.

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Pioneer Edwards takes up new post

Pioneer Edwards takes up new post

Cheshire Cricket Board and Chris Edwards are blazing a trail for cricketers with a disability after the England Learning Disabilities all-rounder began life as a professional coach.

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Washout gives England 2-0 win

Washout gives England 2-0 win

The last game of the Twenty20 series between the England and Australia Visually Impaired cricket teams was washed out at Feckenham CC, meaning a 2-0 England victory.

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England hit back in style

England hit back in style

England Visually Impaired cricket team gained revenge for a one-day whitewash to Australia by taking the Twenty20 series with a game to spare.

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Australia edge to series sweep

Australia edge to series sweep

Australia Visually Impaired cricket team snuck a thrilling two-wicket win at Warwick School to whitewash England in the one-day series.

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Australia edge to series sweep

Australia edge to series sweep

Australia Visually Impaired cricket team snuck a thrilling two-wicket win at Warwick School to whitewash England in the one-day series.

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Sugg ton not enough for England

Sugg ton not enough for England

Luke Sugg and Andy Powers hit centuries for England Visually Impaired cricket team but Australia chased down a revised target for an eight-wicket win to claim the series.

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Australia overcome super Powers

Australia overcome super Powers

Andy Powers’ wonderful 118 proved in vain as England’s Visually Impaired team suffered a 76-run defeat at the hands of Australia in the first one-day international of three at Malvern College.

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England quartet teach Nottingham kids

England quartet teach Nottingham kids

Andrew Strauss, Stuart Broad, Alastair Cook and Charlotte Edwards brought cricket to some of Nottingham’s inner-city youngsters when The Lord’s Taverners staged a special coaching session.

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