Table Cricket

What is table cricket?

Table cricket is an adapted version of cricket, played on a table tennis table and specially designed to give young people with a disability the chance to play and compete in the sport we all love.

How does it work?

This is a very strategic game! There are different scoring zones around the table and, just like in regular cricket, fielders have to be carefully positioned to prevent runs or to get the batter out.

Teams of six take it in turn to bowl or bat, with the bowler using a ramp to deliver the ball (either a regular ball that runs true or a weighted one that swings around). The batter scores by hitting the ball into the scoring zones, avoiding the fielders if they can!

Table Cricket in Wiltshire

In Wiltshire, we deliver to schools a programme of Table Cricket coaching followed by a county finals day on an annual basis. The offer to receive this coaching and competition will be communicated to schools on an annual basis. However, if your school would like more information, please contact Sam Dent: