Clubs and Hubs
Frenchay Falcons, which is based at Frenchay CC is Gloucestershire’s first disability cricket club.
The club has specialist coaches and run sessions that are open to people with mild learning difficulties and physical disabilities
If players are keen and have showed enough skill, there is also an opportunity for young players to represent the Gloucestershire Disabled Cricket Club and play competitive matches against other counties.
For more info on the Frenchay Falcons please ring Jim Donaldson on 07771 502274
Super 1s Disability Development Officer Andy Wheeler is in the process of setting set up and running a number of hubs across the county for disabled young people to access and participate in cricket. The Hubs consist of weekly sessions for 12-25-year-olds with physical and learning disabilities. As the programme develops there will also be competitions between each hub.
Current Hubs include Hartpury College, Cirencester College, City of Gloucester and the Forest of Dean. With plans for further hubs in North Cotswolds, Stroud and Bristol in future years. For more information on these hubs including how to get involved email email@example.com