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Lord’s Taverners Table Cricket

Table cricket is an adapted version of cricket, played on a modified table tennis table and specially designed to give young people with a disability the chance to play and compete. Table Cricket is delivered in SEND schools and SEND school settings across Northamptonshire with a county competition held at the County Ground. The winners go on to represent the county in the next stages of a national competition.

Lord’s Taverners Super 1s

Super 1s gives young people with a disability aged 12-25 the chance to play and enjoy regular cricket. Weekly sessions are delivered at community cricket hubs across the county where young people can receive coaching, giving participants the chance to compete against their peers and enjoy the benefits of playing sport as well as achieving some wider outcomes.

For full details of how and where to get involved in disability cricket please contact:

ECB Champion Clubs

The Disability Cricket Champion Club Programme supports cricket clubs through guidance, resource and equipment, enabling them to welcome individuals with additional needs and varying abilities to support them to play, follow, officiate and volunteer.

For full details of how and where to get involved in the scheme, please click here. 



County Disability Cricket Teams

  • Visually Impaired

In 2021, the Northamptonshire Steelbacks VI team were National Champions winning the BBS Primary Club Heindrich Swanepoel Memorial Cup played at the County Ground.

For full details on the team and how to get involved please contact

  • Pan Disability

The pan disability squad competes regionally in the national hardball ECB D40 Pursuit competition and has regular training sessions through the winter months in the Indoor Centre at the County Ground.

The programme of training includes development opportunities with soft and hardball cricket and is aimed at anyone over the age of 13.

For further details, please contact Andy Hill

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