During the Easter break the England Physical Disability cricket squad trained at Trinity.

We were delighted to welcome the squad to train with, and play against, some of our students, as they prepare for the World Series Championship in August.

Head of Cricket, Sam Schofield, said: “The two days spent with the squad was an incredible experience for our students to learn more about the game, but also to see how the England players performed with their various disabilities. It was a truly inspiring weekend and I know our students were very grateful for the opportunity. Thank you to Ian and the squad for the opportunity”.

Ian Salisbury, Head of England Disability cricket, commented: “When preparing for the World Series Championship it’s important, after the winter training, to start with the perfect pre-season camp. Warm weather, fantastic facilities and testing opposition are the ingredients needed for this to happen. Thank you to Sam Schofield, cricket professional Ali Brown, students and parents for giving up their time; it was so good to see so many familiar faces. Our players all said how great the school was and how well they enjoyed interacting with the players , how talented they were and want to thank you all for a fantastic weekend”. 

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