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Nottinghamshire Knights cricket club

Knights_Team_Pic_2012_small_web_280_200_tl_53_c1_c_cThe Nottinghamshire Knights Visually Impaired Cricket Club is hugely successful, competing in the Blind Cricket England & Wales (BCEW) league at regional level. The club is always on the look out for new players of all fitness levels and abilities and there is no better time to join then now!

Visually impaired cricket is an adapted version of “red ball cricket”, involving a larger ball containing ball bearings that help blind players hear the ball’s movements. Our players gain a lot from joining the Knights cricket club, from boosted confidence to improved teamwork skills, from developing social interactive skills and friendships to learning how to celebrate success and accept defeat graciously.  Training sessions and competitive matches take place at weekends.  We manage governance through committee and national bodies and we also hold social outings.

  • Our indoor nets training runs from January until April on Sundays between 11am and 1pm.
  • Outdoor fixtures are played from May to September and transport can be provided for all fixtures.

There are no barriers to playing for the Knights, and you needn’t have played cricket before.  So if you are interested in playing or know someone who is, please contact Kirsty on 0115 9706806 or email

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