The disability cricket pathway is designed to enable individuals with disabilities to access and develop within the game in a manner that suits their needs. With club cricket at its heart, players can access the club game whilst simultaneously engaging with elements of the disability cricket pathway. Click here to download the Disability cricket pathway. To find out more about your local opportunities see the resources and contacts section and get in touch with your local County Cricket Board.
All Stars Cricket
All Stars Cricket is the ECB's fully accessible programme providing children aged five to eight across England and Wales with a great first experience in the game.
Dynamos Cricket provides a fantastic next step for all those graduating from All Stars Cricket and the perfect introduction for all 8-11 year-olds new to the sport!
Lord’s Taverners is a leading UK youth cricket and disability sports charity. They run two major disability cricket initiatives, Table Cricket and Super 1s. To find out more, click on the links below:
There are three domestic competition pathways in England and Wales. One for cricketers with visual impairments – run by Blind Cricket England and Wales and two leagues that provide competitive opportunities for cricketers with physical disabilities, learning disabilities or hearing impairments (Super9’s and D40). For more information click on the links below.