Disability Cricket


The South Australian Sport and Recreation Association for People with Integration Difficulties Incorporated (SASRAPID) conduct cricket sessions for individuals with intellectual disabilities on a Thursday night at the Brahma Lodge Indoor Sports Centre. For more information about how to get involved visit http://sasrapid.com or contact SASRAPID on 8152 2474.



The Woodlands Sports Arena coordinates a competition for people with a disability. For more information contact Darren on the Woodlands Sports Arena website.



The 2013 Special Olympics Asia Pacific games is taking place in Newcastle this year, with the championships to be held from the 30th November - 7th December.

A wide range of different sports are on offer including Cricket. If you are interested in getting involved as an official, volunteer or player than visit the link below for further details.


**STAY TUNED** Adelaide will be hosting 2014 Special Olympics National Cricket Games. For more information please call the SA Special Olympics State Office on 8234 8730.



The Lord's Taverers Shield is played at the Australian Open alongside the Open Men and Women competitions. To be eligible for the South Australian Lord's Taverners Indoor Cricket Team, athletes must have an intellectual disability.

To download the National Eligiblity Guidance Notes please click here and Application Form please click here.

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 SA Lord's Taverners 2013

For more information please contact Indoorcricket@saca.com.au

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South Australian Blind Cricket Club has a mixture of young and old players that get together to enjoy the sport.

During the traditional cricket season, between September and March, the SABCC regularly holds internal games between Vision Impaired team members and occasionally an exhibition match against a sighted cricket team.

Fellowship and friendship of the cricket loving vision impaired fraternity in South Australia is the aim of the team. SABCC extends an invitation to any and all vision impaired persons and their families that would like to be involved in the club as a player or volunteer.

SABCC is privileged to be supported by the South Australian Cricket Association (SACA) and various other South Australian businesses. Show your support by always mentioning SABCC when dealing with any of these organisations.

Find out more at the cricket website South Australian Blind Cricket Club or find them on Facebook.


Club Report

Contact Details

Name: Paul Whitton

Mobile: 0433 119 910

Email: whitton4469@hotmail.com