Table Cricket Competition - Activity for Kids
Can you colour a full team of Table Cricket fielders? Use crayons, pens, pencils or paint to colour your fielders using all your favourite colours.
Simply print the images on the below link and let the fun begin.
Parent/Guardian/Carer/Support Worker Information
Once a team of fielders (10 in total) have been completed, upload and send to firstname.lastname@example.org referencing Table Cricket in the subject line or share your images on social media tagging in the Lancashire Cricket Foundation and Lord’s Taverners.
The 3 winning designs will be produced for use on our Tables at Emirates Old Trafford, and made available to your child’s school for use on their own kit.
To access the competition, your child must attend a school or community hub who plays within the Lancashire Cricket Foundation Table Cricket Pathway. Don’t worry if they don’t, you can still have fun with the fielders and upload your results. Please let us know the name of your child, and their school in order to enter the competition (this can be done via a private message if necessary)
All entries will be assessed at the end of May.
Lord's Taverners Table Cricket
The Lancashire Cricket Foundation, in partnership with the Lord’s Taverners provides a Table Cricket pathway for young people with a disability. In addition to the obvious health benefits, participation in sport can be life changing, allowing for the development of personal skills and social interaction. We also offer an SLUK leaders course to those participants who demonstrate the necessary confidences.
Table Cricket is played on a table tennis table, side panels and sliding fielders are placed around the table to form an arena. A small ball and ramp are used to bowl and wooden bat allows players to score runs.
The Lancashire Cricket Foundation delivers three Table Cricket blocks per academic year, where schools are invited to Emirates Old Trafford for coaching followed by an inter school competition. Primary specific and secondary/college competitions take place during the first week of December, with up to 20 schools competing during the week. We also offer schools and community groups bespoke packages at their facility, details are available upon request.