As part of an outcome focused approach over the next four years and beyond, Middlesex Cricket aims to create a culture of inclusion throughout the Middlesex Cricket integrated network and the services it offers, whilst also developing cricket opportunities specifically for disabled people in Middlesex.
CHANCE TO SHINE SEN/D & INCLUSIVE SCHOOLS OFFER
PRIMARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOL SEN/D & INCLUSIVE CRICKET OFFER
As part of the Middlesex Cricket Board Inclusive School Sport Strategy we would like to offer all Primary and Secondary schools & inclusions units, assistance with incorporating cricket and/or Table cricket into their curriculum and/or extra curriculum activities
Schools wishing to take advantage of this offer will be asked to sign a school Delivery Agreement with MCB and to share all participation figures; in return the school will get to choose from the following options:
- Curriculum or extra curriculum cricket taster sessions to introduce the sports to all
- Orientation for both teachers and players, of an appropriate formation of intra- school competition, including rules and festival organisation
- Support in the development of a bespoke 'school cricket club' on site
- Access to participation in inter- competitions, against schools with matched student profile
- Informal leadership training for students with leadership potential
- Opportunity to attend Middlesex CCC Engagement Events
- Support and access to resources for National Cricket Day
- Opportunity for ambassadorial player visits to school (dependent on commitments) from male, female & disabled County Cricketers and the Middlesex mascot - Pinky the Panther!
- Free of Charge informal teacher training delivery, including an induction course on 'how to identify a talented disabled cricketer'
- Use of the Middlesex Indoor Cricket School in Finchley for training days
- Assistance in the creation of a pathway from the school to a local inclusive or disability cricket club for both players and leaders.
Lord's Taverners London Disability Cricket Championships - Year 4
The Lords Taverners Disability Cricket Championships (LTDCC) involves the set-up of a hub site in each of the boroughs with taster session delivery (one-off sessions or blocks) linking in to raise awareness of the sessions and the opportunities for disabled young people. Once these have been established, there will be regular fixtures arranged against other boroughs within Middlesex. Another aspect of the programme is the delivery informal and formal coaching and official's training for hub staff, community volunteers and participants themselves.
LTDCC takes place in the following boroughs:
- Hammersmith & Fulham/ Kensington & Chelsea
- Tower Hamlets
Lord's Taverners Table Cricket
Middlesex in partnership with the Lord's Taverners will be embarking on the three year plan Disability Table Cricket Development Programme with a focus on providing:
- Schools and community groups the opportunity to access quality coaching and training sessions.
- A range of more local competitive opportunities which will feed into a more formal competitive structure.
- Simplified rules and classification process.
- Access to affordable high quality table cricket equipment.
Middlesex will be organising and running the county final in March 2017 from which the winner will advance to the regional table cricket finals in May.
DISABILITY PERFORMANCE PROGRAMME
Middlesex cricket participation team over see the organisation and the delivery of the county disability sides. We run 2 sides, D40 who play Hardball cricket in the British association for Cricketers with Disabilities (BACD) D40 South League. The Super 9 squad, play incrediball cricket in the BACD Super 9 league.
For further information on the Disability Performance Programme, Middlesex Disability Player and County squads, please contact Michael Wilson, Head Coach, email@example.com
County Squad Trial Dates
Trials will be held at the Middlesex Indoor Cricket School Finchley
Saturday 12th November 6-8pm
Saturday 19th November 6-8pm
Saturday 26th November 6-8pm
For further information email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Seaxe Junior Inclusive Club Section Development
Middlesex Cricket Board offered clubs the opportunity to apply to receive to develop and run its own sustainable junior disability cricket section. The Seaxe Club are generously supporting the programme which means we are able to provide funding towards the development of the disability section, as well as expertise in disability cricket and club development from the board.
HARROW- Lohana CC
HOUNSLOW- Wycombe House CC
ISLINGTON- Islington Icons CC
HARINGEY- North Middlesex CC
HACKNEY- Stoke Newington CC
EALING- Old Actonians CC
2017 Inclusion Day to be confirmbed in November
INCLUSIVE KWIK CRICKET - LONDON YOUTH GAMES
Dates for 2017 TBC
BRAND NEW DISABILITY INCLUSION TRAINING COURSE
TBC for 2017
Lord’s Taverners YouTube Playlists:
- Visually Impaired Cricket - CLICK HERE to watch the playlist
- Disability Cricket - CLICK HERE to watch the playlist
- Guide to coaching Disability Cricket - CLICK HERE to download the guide
- Table Cricket rules - CLICK HERE to download the rules
- England Disability Cricket Pathway - CLICK HERE to download the pathway
- ECB TV Disability Videos - CLICK HERE to visit the site