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Cricket: It’s Still a Washout!!!

Metro Cricket Team

Shortly after Gareth had bowled the opposition number three through his legs to take the second wicket in his first over, to follow up a nick through to the keeper – it happened. Gloomy clouds had been gathering since the tea break started to replace the pleasant fluffy wide variety that had formed a counterfoil to the blue of the sky during the early afternoon. The start was just a few drops, almost invisible unless they showed on the scorer’s screen or papers.

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Metro at ICC Trophy Tour!

ICC Cricket Trophy World Tour at North London Cricket Club

On Tuesday 21  May at the North London Cricket club at a closed event, The Metro cricket teams who have been selected to be a part of this will be demonstrating Blind Cricket to youtube Theo Baker and ICC representatives!

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Cricket: It’s a Washout! 

Metro Devils vs Gloucestershire Growlers 

A washout that was not just rain but hail too at about six-fifteen; the fourth time that rain had interfered with the Devils match against the Gloucestershire Growlers bringing it to an end. The home side was very disappointed as this meant their fantastic performance could not end as a win, with just 24 runs required and plenty of overs to spare. This was however not quite the washout of the week before when Metro had not been able to start their defence of the National League title in Yorkshire as the game was called off on Friday evening. A rearrangement is hoped for.

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Brightside Ground Hosts BBS Cup!

Brightside Ground hosts the BBS Blind Cricket Cup Final

Brightside Ground hosts the BBS Blind Cricket Cup Final -The Brightside Ground will host the final of the 2019 BBS (British Blind Sport) Primary Club Heindrich Swanepoel Memorial Cup on Saturday 31st August. It is the second time that Gloucestershire County Cricket Club’s home ground will stage the match after a successful event in 2011.

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Love of the beautiful game!

Love for the beautiful game by Hassan Khan

My love for cricket started to grow from an early age. I grew up in Pakistan in a village of 200-300 people, where the game of cricket was adored by all. I used to play in living rooms, dusty streets, grounds and slums across the country. It was a game for the rich and the poor but sadly, not if you were blind.

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