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Super 1s

Report: Super 1s Community Hub competition

Disability Case Study: Super 1s to Super 9s

Super 1s

Super 1s is a Lord’s Taverners programme designed to give cricketing opportunities, both coaching and competitive, to young disabled people (12-25 year olds) via community based sessions. The programme aims to increase levels of confidence, communication, leadership and independence for disabled young people.

Lancashire Cricket Foundation currently have four community hubs delivering weekly cricketing opportunities. Hub sessions have a focus on personal development within the following strands - communication, confidence, leadership and independence.

Delivery takes place in local schools, colleges and community groups as a vehicle to drive participation at the weekly hubs. The programme has a competitive element with opportunities to compete against other hubs throughout the year. 

Day

Time

Venue

More Info

Monday

3.30pm - 4pm (age (12-16)

7pm - 8pm (age 16+)

Beacon Community Centre, Salford, M6 6OT (view PDF)

Monday 

6pm - 7pm

Greenbank Sports Academy, Liverpool, L17 1AG

(view PDF)

Monday

6.30pm - 7.30pm

Mahdlo Youth Zone, Oldham, OL1 3SE

(view PDF)

Wednesday

6pm - 7pm

Smithills Sports Centre, Bolton, BL1 6JS

(view PDF)

Thursday

6pm - 7pm

Wigan Youth Zone, Parson’s Walk, Wigan, WN1 1RU

(view PDF)

Friday

6pm - 7pm

Belle Vue Leisure Centre, M12 4TF

(view PDF)

For more information on the project please contact Amlyn Layton on alayton@lancashirecricket.co.uk or 07799 639838.

 

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