Providing Opportunity for All

Disability-Day

Disability Cricket

  • Surrey have become the first county to set up deaf teams for both junior and senior players
  • Disability squads train fortnightly all year and contain ten International players
  • Work with 24 Special Educational Needs schools to allow 600 disabled children to access cricket
  • Annual Disability Day at the Kia Oval, offering 300 children the chance to play on the pitch

The Surrey Cricket Foundation aim to make cricket accessible to all within Surrey and South London, believing that everyone has the right to play and learn the game of cricket in a safe and enjoyable environment.

The SCF offers a variety of provision to develop disability cricket in Surrey and South London;

  • Increasing and up-skilling the volunteer workforce.
  • Offers a wide-ranging cricket club network for disabled participants.
  • Offering a comprehensive school coaching programme.
  • Offering a variety of school competition opportunities.
  • Working in partnership with local charities and disability providers
  • Hosting and supporting community events.
  • Offering a performance programme and county squads, that play competitive cricket, for Learning, Physical, Deaf and Visually impaired cricketers.

The SCF have created this section to explain how you can get involved in disability cricket in the county. If you are interested or have further questions about disability cricket, please feel free contact the SCF at disability@surreycricket.com.