Table cricket is an exciting, fast-paced version of the game that is played on a table tennis table and specially designed to give young people with a disability the chance to play and compete in the game of cricket.

How to Play

There are multiple scoring zones around the table, and just like in traditional cricket, fielders have to be particularly positioned to prevent runs or get the batter out. Teams of six take turns bowling or batting, with the bowler delivering the ball down a ramp. The batter scores by hitting the ball into the designated scoring zones.

Please contact Rob Eynon if you’re interested in organising Table Cricket lessons in your school.


Along with the coaching sessions, we invite all schools to participate in our County Table Cricket Competitions, which takes place annually in the winter and allow children to test their talents against other schools in a friend and safe environment.

Winners of the competition have the opportunity to advance to the Lord’s Taverners Regional and National Table Cricket Finals, which will be held at Lord’s Cricket Ground, cricket’s home ground.

What I love about table cricket is that it allows young people who might not otherwise have the opportunity to represent their school in an exciting sporting event. Table cricket is a pan-disability sport, which means that individuals with mixed needs can enjoy a day of competitive sport outside of their typical school day.

Rob Eynon

Rob Eynon

Disability Cricket Development Officer

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