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NEWS AND VIEWS ACROSS THE GLOBE
Roger Fuggle, the ECB's National Disabilities Consultant said "there are now over 1000 people with disabilities participating in cricket, either playing, umpiring, scoring or coaching.
Roger Fuggle (ECB Representative)
We now have a club structure ...
We now have a club structure and are recognised by ECB's Disability Cricket Consultant Roger Fuggle, as being one of the leading, most proactive disability cricket organisations in the country.
from BACD President Roger Fuggle
British Association For Cricketers With Disabilities
Attendees: Roger Fuggle, Peter Edmondson, Ian Martin, Martin Haselock, Graham Sprack, Ian Roberts, Arthur Travis, Paul Smith, Jamie Legg, Paul Blackburn, Colin Winton, Richard Holmes, Brian Goodall.
retirement as President.
Ian Martin in thanking Roger
on behalf of all those involved in Disability Cricket said that Roger's hard work over the last years had advanced Disability Cricket in this country a very long way.
To support the ECB's regional structure, three members of BACD's committee, Roger Fuggle, Ian Martin and Peter Edmondson, joined Jeff Levick of ECAD to deliver a presentation to the ECB's Regional Development Managers in November 2006.
All of the achievements and challenges outlined above have been overseen by our President, Roger Fuggle.
Roger has announced his intention to step down from his role as BACD President following this AGM.
has been involved in disability cricket since it's beginnings in the early 1990's and has seen it's development grow from small regional tournaments to the county championship and latterly to international cricket for our Learning Disability players.
Over these years Roger
has become a figure head for disability cricket in England and Wales and has developed relationships and understandings with his
counterparts in other cricketing nations that will pave the way for his
successors to further develop disability cricket world-wide.
has developed the relationship between disability cricket and the governing body to the level where all ECB policy and strategy now involves provision for people with disabilities, this is a lasting testament to his
involvement in disability cricket because it was not always the case.
Disability cricket has come a long way under Roger
and whilst there is still work to be done those of us who will carry on that work are starting from a far healthier position than that of Roger
colleagues all those years ago.
Patrons: Sir John Major, Lady Norma Major, Dennis L. Amiss MBE., Roger Fuggle.