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Game Days

Our next game day is:


  • A glass trophy plate given to BCT for winning Cricket Australia's National Community Partnership of the Year Award in 2022
  • Coach Taylah Purton addresses players in the Tigers state team training squad at a local cricket oval as they train for the national championships
  • Phil Menzie and his guide dog 'Dudley' sitting in the front row of the plane on his way to the National Cricket Inclusion Championships with the other Tigers players
  • The 2023 Tigers state team pictured with Steve Waugh
  • Dylan Gangell and Sunny Drury selfie at the 2023 NCIC
  • Young male Hutchins and female Collegiate high students wearing the simulation glasses learning to play blind cricket on the Hutchins oval
  • Women from all states who played at the NCIC, including Nicole McKillop on the far left
  • Dylan Gangell fielding at the 2023 NCIC
  • CATS player batting against Queensland and hitting the ball into the outfield
  • Phil Menzie (B1 TAS player) assisted off the ground by Dylan Gangell
  • TAS team of 7 players

Bat, Bowl, Field, Enjoy!

Play blind cricket in Tasmania.

Cricket is one of Australia’s favourite sports. Blind cricket enables players who are blind or have low vision to get involved in a cricket program specifically designed for them.

All other Australian states already have a thriving blind cricket community. We want to develop the sport in Tasmania to give more people a chance to play.

How it works

Whether you want to play competitively, or just for fun, there is an option for you. We offer both participation and representative pathways to all players.

Game Days

These sessions are an opportunity for all people who are blind or have low vision, as well as their support workers, family and friends, to learn what blind cricket is all about. Come along, meet new people, learn new skills and have some fun!

Contact us for a seat on the BCT bus to some events, or simply ask questions about what the day involves.

The next game day is




Blind Cricket Coaching Manual Launched

May 26th 2024

After years of development, Inclusive Innovations Tas is excited to share that in partnership with Blind Sports Australia (BSA) and Blind Cricket Australia (BCA), we’ve delivered the most extensive ‘Beginners Guide’ to Blind Cricket Coaching ever produced in the country. BSA led the development team, including Blind Cricket Tas, in producing a detailed document that […]

A graphic featuring the Print Radio Tas (PRT) logo, and the BCT and IIT logos, with text explaining the people being interviewed and to listen via the PRT website.

Print Radio Tas Interviews BCT

May 25th 2023

Listen to a recent interview with Blind Cricket Tasmania (BCT) – conducted by Tony Freeman on behalf of Print Radio Tasmania (PRT). Listen in to this exciting conversation with these remarkable individuals; Phillip ‘Sunny’ Drury (CEO of Inclusive Innovations Tasmania), David Hughes (Tigers State Team Captain), and Dylan Gangell (Tigers representative Player) – and what they are […]

Group shot of Hutchins and Collegiate students waving at the camera

Hutchins & Collegiate students test their skills

March 26th 2023

IIT / BCT had a great day session with a mix of students from The Hutchins School and St Michael’s Collegiate School who approached us to find out what blind and low vision cricket is all about. B&LV cricket is a highly inclusive sport – accessible to all abilities, genders, and ages. You can even play as a […]


Australian test spinner Nathan Lyon explains blind cricket


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