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What is Table Cricket?

Table Cricket is a game for everyone to play and enjoy – young or old, disabled and non-disabled – and is a great way to teach the basic rules of cricket, all on a table top.

Table cricket is played in schools, residential care homes, day centres and more, right across the country.

Played on a table tennis table (or similar surface) with side panels and sliding fielders, a ball launcher, weighted plastic ball and wooden bat, table cricket enables young people with severe physical and learning disabilities to enjoy cricket and represent their school on a competitive basis.

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As long as you have the equipment, and others to play with you, it's possible to organise a game of Table Cricket anywhere you can find a flat surface to play on.

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