Disability Cricket Updates

Tuesday 1st August 2023

We would like to update you around some new opportunities for Disability Cricket in the County, up until the end of the cricket season.

  • Gravesend Cricket Club Sessions
    Click the Flyer below for details.
  • Southfleet Cricket Club Sessions in Dartford
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  • Mersham Cricket Club Sessions in Ashford
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  • East Langdon Disability Cricket Taster in Dover
    Click the Flyer below for details
  • Kent Cricket Family Day in Canterbury
    Kent Cricket is running a Community Family Day on Thursday the 17th of August this year. This event is taking place as a part of the Kent Spitfires vs Notts Outlaws One-Day Cup match at The Spitfire Ground, St Lawrence Canterbury. Not only does the event provide the opportunity to experience exciting cricket at the county cricket ground, the day will also be packed with activities through-out the day, including some accessible cricket activities.

CLICK HERE for further information and to register your place.

  • Walking Cricket – 50 Overs Programme
    In the Summer of 2022, the Kent Cricket Community Trust (KCCT) ran a series of Cricket and Tea events in the South-East of Kent, aimed at those at risk of becoming socially isolated & vulnerable. This has led to the development of Walking Cricket in several areas and both activities are now part of a ‘50 Overs’ programme. Cricket and Tea events aim to attract past players, those who feel they are unable to continue playing cricket, through to those who would like to try a new activity or get active. The events provide an hour of cricket coaching followed by a cricket tea. Walking Cricket has been developing across the UK over the last 10 years, with the aim to make cricket accessible for all ages & abilities. It is still the traditional game of cricket, but has been adapted to a slower paced version, using a softer ball & is usually played indoors.

CLICK HERE for further information.