Junior Cricket in Leyton – Starts 10 Oct!

Silhouetted image of cricket players batting against a blurred indoor nets background with the lord Taveners Super 1s and Essex Cricket logos on the left

Junior Cricket in Leyton with Essex Cricket Coaches

The Lord’s Taverners Super 1s programme gives young people with a visual impairment the chance to play regular cricket while improving confidence and independence.

Sessions are aimed at 11 to 25-year-old blind and partially sighted players. Sessions will be delivered by qualified cricket coaches. No previous cricket experience is necessary and all equipment will be provided

Support and advice will be on hand for participants and parents from players from Metro Blind Sport cricket teams, who play games in the regional and national visually impaired leagues.

Event Details

There will be 6 monthly sessions and the first three are as follows:


  • Sunday 10 October 2021       Time: 9 am – 11 am
  • Sunday 7 November 2021    Time: 9 am – 11 am
  • Sunday 12 December 2021  Time: 9 am – 11 am

Venue: Leyton Urban Cricket Hub, Leyton Sports Ground, E10 6PY.

Contact: Bradley Donovan

T: 07950874814 or E: Bradley.Donovan@essexcricket.org.uk

For more information please contact Bradley Donovan, Disability Development Officer at Essex Cricket.


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