Disability Premier League
It’s the first edition of the DPL with hopes to expand it to more teams and more audience. Four teams made up of players from the international side from the Learning Disability, Physical Disability and the hearing impairment squads, it’s also for players who were in the Lions Program for there respective impairments.
I want to involved in it?
To be involved with the DPL you need to play county cricket and perform well in the games by scoring big runs and taking wickets in every game and perform well at club level as well. If your not in the county set up and have one or more of them impairments contact Alex Jervis or Rohan Randhawa.
Six players from the Yorkshire set up are playing in the disability premier league.
Alex Jervis the Yorkshire player/coach Inas ODI champion with England
Robert Hewitt England and Yorkshire batter who can also bowl spin is also a team mate of the Alex with the England Learning disability side
Luke Riley who has a hearing impairment pace bowler is also with Alex and Robert in the Black Cats
Phillip Baker who’s been in the Yorkshire set up for a lot of years is in the Hawks Squad
Cameron Sweeney who also has a hearing impairment is in the Pirates squad
Cameron Cooper the Yorkshire captain for 2021 is in the Tridents squad
Former Yorkshire wicketkeeper Liam Thomas also the England Vic Captain for the Physical disability team is also in the Hawks.
5 September – Surrey
Hawks v Pirates
Black Cats v Tridents
1st v 2nd
3rd v 4th
12 September – Loughborough
Tridents v Pirates
Black Cats v Hawks
Find all the scorecards on the DPL Play Cricket site.