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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. News
27th November 2014
England are more than capable of beating defending champions Pakistan in their Blind Cricket World Cup match in South Africa on Sunday, according to skipper Matt Dean. News
25th November 2014
Head Coach Ross Hunter thinks England’s Visually Impaired squad are perfectly placed to put two years of hard work into practice at the Blind Cricket World Cup in South Africa. News
24th November 2014
England Blind Assistant Coach John Cook tells the tale of the squad's arrival in South Africa and their early preparations for the World Cup. News
24th November 2014
England’s fixtures for the Blind Cricket World Cup in South Africa have changed after West Indies withdrew from the tournament. News
17th November 2014
Head of Disability Cricket Ian Martin believes the England and Wales Cricket Board has “moved mountains” in establishing the profile of the game in the past couple of years. News
13th November 2014
Wolverhampton Cricket Club are set to further boost their efforts towards enriching disability cricket, with football lending a helping hand. News
3rd November 2014
ECB’s Head of Disability Cricket Ian Martin is visiting Dhaka this week to advise Bangladeshi cricket administrators and coaches on a major new initiative which will include the creation of the country’s first ever national physical disability squad.