Since the breakup of the original disability representative team in 2013, Hertfordshire Cricket have been working hard to get a new cohort of players ready for some competition.
Over the last 12 months a new squad of players has been put together consisting of young people aged between 14 and 25 who have a mix of learning disability and physical disability.
The squad have been training every other Sunday throughout the year and are now ready to take on the challenge that the National Super9's Development league will bring.
Super9's is a flexible format that has been devised to allow teams to compete on as level a playing field as possible with the added feature of changing the format to suit the competing teams.
Follow the link for a full list of Hertfordshire's Fixtures.
The Super9's disability cricket is sponsored and endorsed by the England & Wales Cricket Board and is the largest disability specific cricket league in the UK.
In 2017 there will be 33 'county' teams playing in three competitions across 10 divisions. Just over 650 people with disability are currently registered as active players in the competition and across two differing formats.
National finals take place in September. One format final takes place at Wolverhampton Cricket Club and the other at the first class venue or Arundel.
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