The road to Lord's starts now

Table cricket regional finals return with spot in National Finals Day at Lord’s up for grabs.

The regional qualifiers of our national table cricket competition return this week as young people with disabilities representing schools from across the country look to book their place at the prestigious 2024 National Table Cricket Finals Day over the course of the next fortnight.

There are nine regional table cricket competitions taking place in the next fortnight to determine who qualifies for the once in a lifetime opportunity to represent their region in National Table Cricket Finals Day at Lord’s, with nearly 70 schools and over 500 young people with a disability taking part representing 37 counties. 

Four heats will take place at historic international cricket grounds including Edgbaston, Old Trafford, Derby and Headingley, providing a unique opportunity for each participant to compete at prestigious venues, three being grounds where the greatest to have ever played the game have performed in their prime.

Good luck to all schools, teachers and participants!

The full list of regional finals taking place between 16-26 April can be viewed below:

16 April: West Midlands - Edgbaston Cricket Centre, Birmingham

17 April: Yorkshire - Yorkshire Cricket Centre, Headingley

18 April: North East - Durham Uni sports hallDurham

19 April: North West - Emirates Old Trafford, Manchester

22 April: South West - Devon Cricket Centre, Exeter

23 April: South East - K2 Leisure Centre, Crawley

24 April: London & Thames Valley, Stoke Mandeville, Aylesbury

24 April: East Anglia, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk

26 April: East Midlands - Pattonair County Ground, Derby

27 June: National Final - Lord's Cricket Ground, London

If you would like to attend any of these regionals finals please contact Disability Cricket Programme Manager, Liz Kuda via liz.kuda@lordstaverners.org

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