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Visually Impaired Cricket

Visually Impaired (VI) cricket is a specially adapted version of the game that is suitable for anyone with a visual impairment – whether partially sighted or totally blind.

The game has been played in the UK since the 1940s, when it began as a means of recreation for injured servicemen returning from the Second World War. Today the game is played by a number of clubs up and down the country. Our team, the Durham Viper Jets, are one of the clubs that play in the Development League, which features 12 clubs.

However, our aim as an organisation is not just to produce competitive VI cricketers but to produce a fun, social and engaging cricket program to suit the needs of any individual wanting to play.

Looking to get involved?

If you would like more information on sessions and the VI programme, please fill in the form below.

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