D40 games are hardball, 40 overs a side, and follow the same laws and regulations as a traditional county game of cricket, including powerplays and a 30-yard fielding circle.

How to get involved

The Warwickshire D40 team train on Saturday mornings at the Edgbaston Indoor Centre. Anybody is welcome, whether it may be your first time playing cricket or you play regularly.

2024 is an exciting year for access cricket in Warwickshire. We have an excellent disability structure, which means we are now ready to enter a team in the D40 competition. This will be a big challenge for the team, but I am confident they will embrace it with the full backing of all coaches involved.

Rob Eynon

Rob Eynon

Disability Cricket Development Officer

Progressing through the Disability Pathway

The best performing players in domestic competitions may be eligible for Disability Premier League (DPL) trials/selection.

The DPL is the world’s leading disability cricket competition featuring players from all of England’s disability sides. The aim of the DPL is to introduce a broader group of players to performance level disability cricket and the expertise offered by high-level coaches, Sports Science and Medicine support and Performance Analysis.

From here, players in the DPL are available to be selected in England squads.