Little boy striking a circket ball

Cricket programmes continue to engage with participants

Given the current situation and for the wellbeing of our participants, all charitable programme activity has been suspended until further notice. Over the past week, we have been finding new ways to engage with young people who take part in Wicketz, Super 1s and Table Cricket across the UK.

Thanks to our brilliant Wicketz and disability cricket development officers we've been able to engage with our participants through social media while sessions haven't been running. 
It's paramount that we all stay active, not just for fitness and enjoyment but mental health as well and since programme activity has been suspended the response from all of our participants has been brilliant. 
From skill based home cricket challenges to workshop activities such as creative writing and art projects, take a look at some of the activities Wicketz, Super 1s and Table Cricket participants have been up to in the video below.

#couchcricket round up

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