Cricket Scotland have Open to All Disability Cricket Centres in Edinburgh, Glasgow, Perth, Highlands and Aberdeenshire. In conjunction with Lord’s Taverners, these programmes provide regular playing, officiating and volunteering opportunities for any person with a disability interested in cricket.
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 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, compete and volunteer in the sport we all love.
Click here to be taken to the Lord’s Taverners website to find additional resources such as an introduction to Table Cricket, how to set up Table Cricket and the rules of the game.
Please see below the Principles for Participants with Disabilities Returning to Physical Activity and Sport in Scotland (Phase 2) alongside a sportscotland wellbeing questionairre.
If you would like to get involved in disability cricket, whether from a playing or volunteering perspective, or find a place to play near you please contact our Disability Cricket Development Officer below:
Barry McGeachy – firstname.lastname@example.org