Supported by the Lords Taverners, WCF runs Table Cricket, Super 1’s, Super 9’s and has a county access team competing in both competitions, with the team entering the D40 league for the first time in 2024.

Super 1’s

The programme allows access to regular weekly coaching and opportunities to take part in competitions. These are inclusive community sessions for anyone with a physical or learning disability aimed at increasing confidence, promoting a healthy lifestyle, and developing cricket skills. From April, we will have Super 1’s hubs in Coventry, Edgbaston, Solihull, Hall Green and Stratford Upon Avon.

Click here to find out more information about the sessions.

Super 9’s

Like Super 1’s, the Super 9’s programme is a national competition for players with a physical and/or learning disability. The programme aims to give those players from Super 1’s a taste of representing your county playing cricket, and progress along the disability cricket pathway to D40 and DPL. This format is played as a longer over game with a softball offering those who want to play competitively a level of safety.

Click here to find out how to get involved.


The programme aims to give those players from Super 9’s a premium offer of domestic county level disability cricket. This format is slightly different from those above in that a pink hardball is used and protective equipment is required to play.

Find out here if this format is for you

Warwickshire Access Team

The Warwickshire Access team is Warwickshire’s disability cricket team. The Access team train at Edgbaston Indoor Centre on Saturday mornings from 9-10 am during the winter and play in the Super 9’s and D40 leagues.

The Warwickshire Access team are the current 2023 Super 9’s champions; next year the team will compete in the D40 format.

Click here to find out more about the success of Warwickshire’s Access Team.