Cornwall Cricket Board are working in partnership with the Cornwall Sports Partnership in delivering a programme in Care Homes, Special and Mainstrem Schools.
To date the Cornwall Sports Partnership team, through Steve Hillman and Roger Hall, have delivered a considerable amount, enthusing people, often taking part for the first time, but with the aim of joining the Cornwall Disability Cricket Club.
Click here to see a guide for getting into Disability Cricket
What are we doing?
- Linking into Project Ability – six events across the year for people to play cricket
- 6 weeks worth of cricket coachign linked to taking part in Project Ability Festivals
- Cornwall Disability Cricket Club – which trains on a monthly basis at the Cornwall Cricket Centre (more about this below)
- Linking into the Special Olympics – which takes place each year through the Cornwall Sports Partnership.
- Adult Day Care Centre Cricket – Activity within the Day Care Centres, linking to a festival.
- Table Cricket – 9 Schools, Special and mainstream reciecing 12 sessions of table cricket linked to a indoor festival.
Great Success to date
- 12 – 16 players taking part in the Cornwall Disability Cricket Club which takes place at the Cornwall Cricket Centre onm the 1st Saturday of each month.
- 150 Students involved in the project Ability sessions, plus another 70 involved in coaching.140 athletes registered to take part in the Special Olympics for cricket.
- 9 Organisations involved in the Adult Day Care Activity linked to table cricket.
I am interested, how can I get involved in playing or helping?
To be involved in the Cornwall Disability Cricket Club please make contact with Joe Skinner on 07785 722251 or email We would always welcome participation whether it be in playing or indeed helping.
Brief review of the Trevictus Games
Cornwall Cricket involved in Trevictus Games
The CCB were invited to attend the Trevictus Games to introduce children from KS2 children with additional learning needs to Table Cricket.
The four schools Penryn, Falmouth, Tregolls and Trevithick attended with approx 50 children in total with half a dozen in wheelchairs, they had a fantastic time! Many playing Table Cricket for the first time, this game is totally inclusive and allowed all the children to participate in the game together. Many of the staff where amazed as the children not only played but run the game, encouraging and cheering each other as the played.