In partnership with Lord's Taverners

Disability Cricket

One of the great things about cricket is it’s adaptability to meet the needs of all participants. There are now more opportunities than ever before for dedicated disability cricket activity throughout Scotland.

Open to All Disability Cricket Centres

Cricket Scotland have Open to All Disability Cricket Centres in Edinburgh, Glasgow, Perth and Highlands (Nairn).¬† In conjunction with Lord’s Taverners, this programme provides regular playing opportunities for any person with a disability¬†interested in cricket.

Super 1s

Super 1s 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, we give participants the chance to compete against their peers and enjoy the benefits of playing sport.

Table Cricket

Table cricket is an adapted version of cricket, played on a table tennis table and specially designed to give young people with a disability the chance to play and compete in the sport we all love.

Legends Cricket

Legends Cricket is a new format of the game designed to help those who no longer have the ability to run, but want to keep active by playing cricket. Played on a smaller pitch, walking cricket is an 8-a- side softball format that aims to give continued opportunity to those who aren’t able to play the more physically demanding forms of cricket.


If you would like to get involved in disability cricket or find a place to play near you please contact our Disability Cricket Development Officer below:

Barry McGeachy –