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England Disability Cricket Squads are raising money for The Lord's Taverners

Super 1s - Hundred Challenge

Event dates: 1st July 2021 – 31st July 2021


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For the month of July, the England Disability Cricket Squads will be taking on a challenge to support the Lord’s Taverners Super 1s programmes.

Players and staff are aiming to cover a combined distance of 500 miles as part of a fundraising challenge – the equivalent of visiting every ground hosting The Hundred. They will collectively walk, run, cycle or swim the distance between the eight grounds hosting the new short, fast format of cricket.

The fundraising challenge will provide the opportunity for more young people to access the life changing programmes that are already positively impacting lives in 20 counties and Scotland – with plans to increase this to all 39 counties by 2024.

Confirmed support staff and players taking part include Richard Hill MBE, Angie Pittaway, Dan Reynaldo, Dan Bowser, Luke Riley, Matt Askin, Jake Oakes, Martin Henderson, Kester Sainsbury, John Cook, Cameron Cooper, Gareth Jones and Umesh Valjee.

Super 1s, a national programme delivered in conjunction with county cricket boards, gives young people living with a disability the chance to play regular, competitive cricket and giving participants the chance to interact with their peers and enjoy the benefits of playing sport.

But the programme is more than just about playing cricket, it improves physical and mental well-being, gives a sense of belonging and allows participants to make friends and gain skills for life such as confidence and independence.

Through its cricket programmes, the Lord’s Taverners breaks down barriers and empowers disadvantaged and disabled young people to fulfil their potential and build life skills.

Please support the players and staff taking part in this challenge and help to make a difference to disadvantaged and disabled young people throughout the UK.

A donation of:

• £10 will allow a child to attend 4 weekly coaching sessions

• £15 will allow a child to attend 4 weekly coaching session and have access to a local competition

• £20 will allow one child to attend 4 weekly sessions and have access to a local competition and lifestyle workshop

• £120 will allow one child to attend one weekly session for a year

• £500 will allow one child to attend an outward bound residential weekend

If you would like any further information about the challenge or the Lord’s Taverners please get in touch with Heidi Coleman at the Lord’s Taverners by emailing her at Heidi.Coleman@lordstaverners.org


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