For individuals with disability, cricket can provide a perfect opportunity to get involved with the community and keep fit. Our disability cricket programme is an integral part of our overall goal to ensure that cricket is accessible to every person and community in our county. Here you can find information about all the provisions we offer, who they are for and how to get involved.
Visually Impaired Cricket
Visually Impaired (VI) cricket is a specially adapted version of the game that is suitable for anyone with a visual impairment – whether partially sighted or totally blind.Find out more
Super 1s is a Lord’s Taverners programme that gives young people with a disability aged 12-25 the chance to play regular, competitive cricket.
By creating community cricket hubs where young people can receive coaching, the programme gives participants the chance to compete against their peers and enjoy the benefits of playing sport.Learn more
Physical Disability and Learning Disability Cricket
Durham Cricket Board aim to make cricket accessible to all within the County and we have been committed to developing disability cricket by offering various provisions.
As part of this, we are looking to launch a Physical Disability and Learning Disability cricket team.Learn more
Disability School and Community Programme
Our Disability School and Community Programme is aimed at providing children, teenagers and adults aged eight to 25 with a great opportunity to play and learn through cricket and support and collaborate with teachers to encourage additional opportunities to participate.Learn more