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Three O’clock and Time for Tea

Metro Cricket Team

A very hot day so tea was very welcome just before three – even more so as the game was already over! It was as if all you had to do was snooze gently in the sunshine just for a moment and you had missed a magnificent Metro performance. The Lions had arrived in third place in the league with a game in hand over Metro; this result places Metro in a strong league position ahead of their cup semi-final against Sussex next Saturday.

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Devils Lose Two and One

Metro Devils Cricket Team

Well the weather has improved and Metro have beaten Yorkshire twice, in the BBS cup at home and away in the league. The cup win means a home semi-final with the opportunity to avenge last year’s defeat in the final as Sussex visit on 6th July. The Devils have not taken up playing golf but did lose two players to injury, Ahmed unable to bowl after his first over had conceded just 8 runs and then at the start of the chase, Jack – who pulled up lame taking an easy single while running for Hassan.

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VI Sport Taster Day 20 July!

Vision Impaired Sport Taster Day - Hounslow - 20 July

Metro Blind Sport, in collaboration with Goalball UK,  Middlesex Association for the Blind and Fusion Lifestyle invite you to  come along to the Free VI Sports Taster Day and have some fun by trying out a wide range of sports designed for blind and partially sighted people

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Disability Day: Kia Oval 2 July

Disability Day: Kia Oval 2 July

Come along to our annual Disability Day at the iconic Kia Oval -participants can take part in a variety of skills and challenges on the outfield and the ground. As one of the most famous venues in cricket, and being the home of Surrey County Cricket Club, this is an opportunity not to be missed!

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An evening of cricket!

Metro Cricket Players with Charlie Roy and Martin and the ICC Cricket World Cup Trophy - Photographer: Stephen Gardiner

On the early evening of Wednesday 21st May, Metro Blind Sport cricket players were invited to organise a special cricket training session in celebration of the International Cricket Council World Cup Trophy Tour 2019 (ICC CWC). Held at North London Cricket Club in Highgate, players were able to showcase their skills, demonstrating how visually impaired cricket is adapted and played to be inclusive for all.

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