March 6, 2018
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...
March 1, 2018
Venue: Himachal Pradesh Cricket Stadium & Bilaspur Cricket Ground, Bilaspur (Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association)
Tournament Director: DeafICC (partnership with DCS & Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association) November – early December (dates to...
February 19, 2018
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 t...
February 11, 2018
The ECAD Warriors indoor cricket team are returning to Vienna next week to play in the Vienna Cricket Club Wintercup Indoor tournament.
This will be the first year the team have managed to field a fully Deaf team in this event, another landmark in the progress of UK Dea...
February 10, 2018
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...
December 27, 2017
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 Bir...
We've been busy over the festive period with a number of meetings to discuss plans for 2018, but we've also added some Testimonials to the website.
If you wonder what we do, take a look at these short notes from players and parents of younger players.
After you've read t...
October 22, 2017
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.
May 17, 2017
The first ever BAS-Vampire Deaf County Championship match proved to be the perfect opening event for the competition.
Nottinghamshire Deaf won the toss and batted on their home ground and soon tucked into some wayward bowling. Notts captain Andre Pears in particular e...
May 6, 2017
Nottinghamshire Deaf v Burton Joyce 2nd XI
Burton Joyce won the toss and elected to bat.
Burton Joyce 2nd 73 all out off 31.5 overs (Platt 3-20) Johnson (2-11)
Notts Deaf 72 for 2 off 13.2 overs D Slater 31*, Pears 30
Notts Deaf won by 8 wickets.
Notts Deaf 20 points...
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