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D40 national squad: This is the elite disability squad which play in the highest level of county cricket, D40 games are hardball 40 overs aside and have all the same laws and regulations as a mainstream county game of cricket with power plays and 30 yard fielding circle. The county league is divided into north and south leagues and then the top 2 teams play a national semi-finals and final to determine the league winners. Coaches for the squad is Michael Wilson and Mark Barrell

D40 development squad: This is the first introduction to hardball county disability cricket, games are still 40 overs aside but the fielding circle and restrictions are not in place to help develop the skills of the players involved. The development league is spread across the country with only 5 counties entering a team, this is just run with a league structure and no knockout rounds at the end. Coaches for the squad is Alex Hughes and Quentin Beningfield

Super9s squad: This squad is an entry level 30 overs aside game played with an incrediball and is a 9 aside competition, the boundary is 45 yards and there are no restrictions for fielding. The Super9s has 4 regional leagues and the winner of each go through to national semifinals and final. Coaches for the squad is Michael Wilson and Mikey Thompson

Please note that all county disability cricket is for players with a physical or learning disability and aged over 13 years old

Selection process for Each Squad: Middlesex cricket will be holding their annual disability trials at the indoor school at Finchley on the following dates and times:

Middlesex indoor school
East end road
N3 2TA

16th of November 6-8pm
23rd of November 6-8pm

Players of all abilities are able to attend the trials and we will select 3 squads of 15 players to play across the 3 formats.

Anyone wishing to attend the trials needs to register with Michael Wilson prior to attending so we can monitor the amount of players and coaches needed to make sure that trials remain a safe environment for the players and coaches alike.

For all the squads and any further details please contact: Head of disability cricket for Middlesex cricket Michael Wilson:

Email: [email protected] Mobile: 07944094337


The Super 1s Cricket programme gives young people aged 12-25 with both physical and learning disabilities the chance to come together to regularly play cricket and the chance to play in both county and regional competitions. Middlesex Cricket runs eleven community hubs across the county where we give participants the chance to compete against peers and enjoy the benefits of sport and an active lifestyle.
Super 1s provides these opportunities and helps young people to improve their physical and mental well-being while making friends and engaging with positive role models. For further information about where sessions take place, please click here please contact Michael Wilson: [email protected]