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6th December 2014
Luke Sugg’s fourth hundred of the Blind Cricket World Cup was in vain as holders Pakistan beat England by eight wickets to reach Sunday’s final. News
5th December 2014
Matt Dean believes his England side are more than capable of causing an upset in the Blind World Cup semi-finals in South Africa. News
4th December 2014
England secured a place in the semi-finals of the Blind World Cup after overcoming Australia by 146 runs in South Africa. News
4th December 2014
The Lord’s Taverners have announced the publication of innovative new resources aimed at enabling more young people with disabilities to enjoy the benefits of playing cricket. News
3rd December 2014
England fell to a 64-run defeat in a keenly fought encounter against Sri Lanka at the Blind World Cup in South Africa. News
2nd December 2014
England’s 504 for six, their highest score in blind cricket, proved 154 too many for Bangladesh in cold and windy conditions during their friendly at the World Cup in South Africa. News
1st December 2014
Vice-captain Luke Sugg believes England are well placed to qualify for the Blind World Cup semi-finals despite suffering back-to-back defeats in South Africa. News
30th November 2014
Pakistan opener Muhammad Jamil hit a century as England suffered a 207-run defeat to the world champions at the Blind World Cup in South Africa. News
29th November 2014
England lost by eight wickets to Twenty20 champions India, who were inspired by an unbeaten century from Prakasha Jayaramaiah, in their second Blind World Cup game. News
28th November 2014
Centuries from openers Luke Sugg and Matt Dean ensured England kicked off their Blind Cricket World Cup campaign with a 41-run victory over hosts South Africa at Western Province Cricket Club.