Middlesex Cricket is holding trials for the Disability cricket squads later this year at the club’s Indoor School in Finchley, N3 2TA.
The trials are open to all those with a learning, physical, or deaf disability aged 13 years and above who have played cricket at any of the following levels…
The Disability Squad were extremely competitive last season, with the D40 1st XI finishing second in the National D40 Quest league, the D40 2nd XI just missing out on promotion in the National Play-off after winning the D40 Pursuit South, and the Super 9s squad enjoying their season, coming in second place in the S9 South East league.
If you would like to play the game, meet new friends, be part of a successful team and aspire to represent the county of Middlesex, then we’d be thrilled if you could join us.
Trials are being held over three Saturdays in November and December, between 10am and 1pm:
Middlesex’s Head of Disability Cricket, Michael Wilson said:
“This is a fantastic opportunity to get involved in a very exciting time for Disability Cricket which is going from strength to strength. Middlesex County players will also be attending the trial days, which gives a brilliant chance for the trialists to meet and play with players who have had experience at County level.”
If you have any players in your club that you believe may be eligible, please forward them this information and email Michel Wilson at [email protected]. He will answer any questions about the trial process and/or the Middlesex County Disability performance programme in general.
PLAYERS NEED TO CONTACT MICHAEL BEFORE THE TRIALS TO CONFIRM THEIR ATTENDANCE.