Welcome to Blind Cricket NSW. This website has been prepared for the Visually Impaired in mind as well as for the sighted. We hope that it will be a benefit to all.
We welcome your suggestions and feedback so that we can give you a better browsing experience.
Blind Cricket NSW fosters, administers and promotes the game of Blind Cricket in New South Wales, Australia.
Blind cricket, as the name suggests, can be played by anyone with a vision impairment or who is considered to be legally blind.
Blind Cricket is Local
You can read or listen to our Turn-by-turn Directions to our home ground. Come along and find out about Blind Cricket. The season runs from October until the end of March.
We are always looking for volunteers.
Blind Cricket is National
The 31st National Blind Cricket Championships are to be held at South Brisbane District Cricket Club from the 29th of December 2011 to the 6th of January 2012.
The 32nd National Blind Cricket Championships is to be held Adelaide, South Australia from late December 2013 to early January 2014.
Blind Cricket is International
The first Blind Cricket Ashes competition was held in England in August 2004. 5 matches were played, with England winning the Ashes by 3 games to 2.
A return series of 5 matches was held in Sydney, Australia, in December 2008. The series results show another victory for England, winning 3-0. England won the 1st, 3rd and 4th matches, with the second rained out, and the final match a surprising 331 run draw.
A third Ashes series was held in England in May, 2012 with Australia convincingly winning the Ashes for the first time.