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Cricketers wanted

Cricketers wanted

Berkshire Visually Impaired Cricket Club is urging potential new members to join them at their next training session.

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Double delight for Sprung

Double delight for Sprung

Devon Cricket Board Disability Cricket Co-ordinator Perry Sprung collected two awards at the prestigious Active Devon Sport Awards.

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Essex launch disability association

Essex launch disability association

The Essex board has successfully established the Essex Disability Cricket Association, which aims to encourage everyone with a disability to have the opportunity of playing cricket in the county.

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England Deaf slump on tour finale

England Deaf slump on tour finale

Richard Hill

England Deaf ended their impressive tour Down Under in disappointing fashion by slumping to a nine-wicket defeat in their Tri-Nations ODI trophy final with Australia at Geelong Grammar School.

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Pichowski inspires England Deaf

Pichowski inspires England Deaf

Richard Hill

England's deaf team lifted the Tri-Series Twenty20 trophy after thrashing Australia by nine wickets in Geelong. Stefan Pichowski starred with 5-14 while captain Umesh Valjee finished unbeaten on 64.

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England Deaf into second final

England Deaf into second final

Richard Hill

England Deaf continued their unbeaten Ashes tour, reaching Wednesday’s Twenty20 Tri-Series final courtesy of victories over both South Africa and Australia at Geelong Grammar School on Monday.

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Valjee stars for England Deaf

Valjee stars for England Deaf

Richard Hill

Umesh Valjee hit his third ton in four innings as England Deaf thrashed Australia by 98 runs to register back-to-back wins in the Tri-Series. The two teams will now meet in Thursday's final.

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England Deaf start in style

England Deaf start in style

Captain Umesh Valjee struck a superb unbeaten century as England Deaf opened their Tri-Series one-day campaign - and booked their place in the final - with a 112-run victory over South Africa.

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England miss out on Deaf Ashes

England miss out on Deaf Ashes

Richard Hill

Australia retained the Deaf Ashes after batting out over half the final day of the one-off Test to deny England victory. The tourists were 87 runs short with three wickets left and James Schofield on 73.

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Valjee puts England in box seat

Valjee puts England in box seat

Richard Hill

Umesh Valjee played a captain’s innings as his unbeaten century made England favourites to win the Deaf Ashes for the first time. Australia lead by just 39 with five second-innings wickets in hand.

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