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Middlesex Disability Champion Club

Dylan Assani28 May 2021 - 13:31
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Recognising one of the first Disability Champions Clubs Achievements from Middlesex Cricket

Middlesex Cricket have published an article celebrating Headstone Manor's support for Disability cricket.

The Disability Cricket Champion Club Programme supports cricket clubs with guidance, resources, and equipment, enabling them to welcome individuals with additional needs and varying abilities to support them to play, follow, officiate, and volunteer. This creates a truly equitable club game and provides fantastic new opportunities for cricketers and for Champion Clubs.

Please see the link below for the article:
Middlesex Cricket - Headstone Manor Article

Here at The Manor we are proud to have seven players from our club represent Middlesex's Disability team over the years. We are privileged to have our very own champion, Dylan Patel who is currently shining the light for Headstone Manor at Middlesex! Dylan has been at the club since he was 5 years old and has shown great progress and determination over the last 10 years at the club. Dylan epitomises what we stand for here at The Manor and on behalf of all the coaches it has been a pleasure watching him grow and develop into the superstar he is today!

Down to the hard work from all our coaches, we are truly grateful for Middlesex's appreciation for our support to Disability cricket. You can assure yourselves that there is more to come from all involved at the club as we continue to bring through players into the Middlesex setup.

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