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Table Cricket

Staying Active at Home

We want to give all of our participants access to valuable exercises, skills drills and activities to help everyone stay active and engaged with the programme at home, with all table cricket competitions currently suspended.

It is vital that we keep the body and mind active during these times so we've created an activity pack to keep you engaged with table cricket from home. Visit this page every week and we'll have a new activity for you to take part in.

This weeks activity can be viewed here. We also have the Founder of Table Cricket, Doug Williamson, illustrating how you can play table cricket from home in the video below.

We are also very happy to introduce Kian's Weekly Wordsearch Challenge this week. Kian who attends Super 1s in Yorkshire wants you to complete the wordsearch he has created for all our participants here.

If you have not had the chance to take on previous activity follow the links below:
Week 2 | Week 3Week 4 | Week 6

Watch the short video below, showing you how you can use what you have at home to set up a game of table cricket.

Please feel free to share videos or photos of your activity with us via email and on social media and tag the Lord’s Taverners when you do, using #couchcricket

Online safety reminderplease read this document including vital advice to take on board during a time of increased internet use.

Wash your hands, keep safe and click here to email us if you have any questions.

Try making your own game of Table Cricket from home!

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Have a go at making your own game!

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Look after your table cricket friends!

A call or a message can go a long way at this time, and is good for both your and your friends' mental health.

Staying active at home

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