Essex currently has 7 clubs running disability cricket. The majority of those who take part have physical or learning difficulties but it is hoped that anyone with a disability will be able to take part in cricket across Essex in the near future.

Can I Help?
We would like all clubs to consider improving links with disabled cricketers by providing coaching facilities & ultimately opportunities to play. For more information about joining the disability league, please get in touch:

Patrick Ward – Disability Cricket Development Officer
(01245) 254047 / 07787 294980

 

Essex BACD Team
Essex currently has an adult team playing in the BACD Hardball League Southern Section. For more information about the league as well as the Essex fixtures and results please see www.bacd.co.uk

 

Essex Tigers Visually Impaired Cricket Club
Do you know somebody who is blind or partially sighted? Would they like to play cricket but feel they can’t?

Essex now has its own team for players with visual impairments. People of all age groups and with any visual impairment are welcome. If anybody would like to join, please contact:

Charles Ronayne
07914 411164

 

Cricket Federation for People with Disabilities (CFPD)You can visit the CFPD online at www.cfpd.org.uk.

 

British Blind Sport (BBS)You can find out more information regarding the BBS and Blind Cricket via their websites: www.britishblindsport.org.uk and www.bcew.co.uk.

 

English Cricket Association for the Deaf (ECAD)Find out more about ECAD and their latest news via their own excellent England Deaf Cricket website: www.englanddeafcricket.co.uk.