The young ECAD Academy team won this year’s spring ECAD Indoor Deaf cricket tournament in Derby to retain their title in a very close competition. Lancashire looked the early favourites with two comfortable wins over Nottinghamshire and Birmingham BID before a surprise defeat to a weaker than usual Surrey team. Meanwhile ECAD Academy were growing in confidence and getting better game by game until their group match against Lancashire where the Red Rose county bounced back fro
The 2018 ECAD National Deaf Indoor Tournament fixtures have been released. Holders ECAD Academy open up against perennial runners-up Surrey with Nottinghamshire playing Lancashire. Newcomers Birmingham BID Services have time to get a feel for the tournament starting in the second round of games. It's a very open tournament this year and any team could win it! Spectators are welcome. We hope to see you at the Willows Sports Centre on 4th March. #ECADIndoorTournament #ECAD #En
The 2018 annual ECAD Indoor Deaf Cricket tournament takes place on 4th March, returning to the Willows Sports Centre in Derby for the third consecutive year. Favourites are holders ECAD Academy, a young team made up from players across the county. This year will see new entrants from Birmingham, BID Services, who played a practice game against Lancashire last year. They could be the dark horses of the competition! Perpetual indoor runners-up, Surrey are also taking part, joi
The 2018 ECAD National Indoor Deaf Cricket Tournament will take place on Sunday 4th March at our usual venue, Willows Sports Centre in Derby. Teams taking part will be holders ECAD Academy, Lancashire, Nottinghamshire & Surrey. We are also hoping to have a team from Birmingham. Before the tournament there will also be the ECAD AGM. Details to follow. #ECADIndoorTournament #SurreyDeaf #NottinghamshireDeaf #LancashireDeaf #ECAD #EnglandDeafCricket
England Deaf player Jimmy Dixon took a Lancashire Deaf team to Birmingham in October to play some new to Deaf cricket players in Birmingham. In the 15 overs match, Lancashire scored 100 all out. Young England Deaf hope, Nathan Secombe, scored 44 and Dixon himself 35. In reply, BID batted really positively reaching 101-3 in 12 overs. Dixon took 2 wickets and Chris Harrison the other. A fantastic afternoon of cricket and great to see another group of new young Deaf players in
On Sunday 7th May Lancashire Deaf start their season against Lancashire LD/PD side at Wigan CC to kick start our season of 2017. Venue: Wigan Cricket Club, Parsons Walk, Wigan, WN1 1RU Start time: 1.30pm (40 Over Match) Team: James Dixon (cpt)
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The ECAD Academy side tore up the form books to win the ECAD National Deaf Indoor Championships in Derby this weekend. The first round of matches went to form with holders Lancashire beating newcomers Yorkshire and Surrey narrowly beating Nottinghamshire. In the next round of games the ECAD Academy side were well beaten by Nottinghamshire, showing little sign of what was to follow, and Surrey again narrowly won this time being Yorkshire. After lunch Lancashire beat Surrey by
The order of play for the ECAD Deaf Indoor tournament has been announced. Newcomers Yorkshire start with a Roses match against holders Lancashire with fellow newcomers and local boys Nottinghamshire playing perennial runners-up Surrey. The ECAD Academy team starts in the second round of games against Nottinghamshire. The third round match between Lancashire and Surrey, a repeat of last year's final, is sure to be a lively encounter. The tournament takes place at the Willows S
Deaf Cricket has had a resurgence over the past few years and this summer will see the first ever Deaf County Championship, featuring 3 county teams (Surrey, Lancashire & Nottinghamshire) and an ECAD Academy side. Yorkshire and Lancashire are lining up a Deaf Roses match for the first time in years and there is a second annual match involving teams from Somerset and Devon later in the summer. Below this, we have a number of young Deaf cricketers (16 and under) who are making
Yorkshire have become the 4th County Deaf cricket team with their entry into the ECAD Indoor tournament in Derby in February. They will be joined there by holders Lancashire, 3 time runners-up Surrey plus local side Nottinghamshire, also their first appearance in the ECAD Indoor tournament. The 5th team will be an ECAD Academy team made up from the young exciting players across the rest of the country. Speaking about the entry list ECAD vice-chairman and development officer
The 2017 ECAD Indoor tournament will take place once again at the Willows Centre in Derby on Sunday 26th February. This is earlier than previous years and on a Sunday to allow those who play football on a Saturday to join us. Teams are expected from holders Lancashire, Surrey, Nottinghamshire and one or two England Lions teams. Other teams are welcome to apply. For more information please contact Development Officer Darren Talbot. #ECAD #EnglandCricketAssociationfortheDeaf #
Nottingham won the first ECAD Deaf Club 6 a side tournament at Welbeck Colliery CC in Mansfield, beating Croydon in the final. Manchester made up the three teams who ended up playing 7 a side matches due to the number of available players. Manchester 104-6 (12 overs) James Dixon 33* lost to Croydon 106-3 (11.2 overs) Nitesh Chavda 31* by 4 wickets. Nottingham 125-5 (12 overs), Oliver Wilcox 27, Geoff Cooper 3-8 beat Croydon 105-4 (12 overs) Nisal Karunaratne 27*, Nitesh Chavd
James Dixon and Joel Harris had been selected for England Cricket Board’s Deaf Elite Squad in Deaf International Cricket Council (DICC)’s Deaf World Series with Pakistan, India and South Africa in Dubai.
James Dixon’s man of the match performance against Pakistan in robin round match 2 with his 10-2-22-4.
James Dixon played in the Deaf World Series Final at Sharjah Cricket Stadium, and lost in the final against Pakistan by 3 wickets in close encounter game.
LCB Deaf vs Lancashire Disabled Sunday 7th August 2016, 1pm at Stretford Cricket Club Lancashire Disabled won the toss and elected to bowl 40 Overs per innings LCB Deaf 220 all out (39.3 overs), J. Dixon 108 not out Lancashire Disabled 165-9 (37.4 overs), A. Finneran 58 retired hurt, A. Barr 50 After numerous false starts due to the weather, Lancashire Disabled and LCB Deaf finally met at Stretford Cricket Club. Lancashire Disabled won the toss and chose to insert LCB Deaf, a
The Surrey Brown Caps squeezed to victory in the 2nd annual ECAD Twenty20 Tournament at Rokeby School in Surrey. The three team tournament, missing late withdrawals Nottinghamshire, was run on a round robin basis. Two Surrey teams - Brown Caps and Lions - took part in the first match to allow Lancashire time to drive down and it proved to be a great start to the competition. Batting first, the Lions scored 139-4 thanks to 64 not out from opener Moazzam Rashid and 25 not out f