Nottinghamshire currently run a comprehensive disability schools programme, which incorporates disability Kwik festivals, which are aimed at players with physical and learning disabilities.
The Community and Development Department have recently undertaken table cricket specific training. In 2011 the first ounty wide festival featuring special schools from across the county was staged based at Nottinghamshire’s premier site for Table Cricket at Portland College.
Table cricket is aimed at providing those with a more severe physical or learning impairment with the opportunity to take part in competitive cricket.
Portland’s College have taken part in the National Table cricket tournament which takes place annual at Lords. They were also part of the npower Urban Cricket World Record Attempt in 2010.
For more information about Disability Cricket, please contact Jack Arnold on 0115 9823000.
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