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How visually impaired play cricket?

In the blind cricket, A team comprises eleven players with a maximum of four partially sighted players, (B3 category) three partially blind players (B2 category), and a minimum of four totally blind players (B1 category).

Bowling is underarm and it is mandatory for the ball to bounce once before the middle of the pitch. The bowler at the time of delivery feels the wicket at his end to get the direction of the pitch and then gives the batsman an audio signal. In response, the batsman returns an audio signal before the bowler can release the ball. The B2 and B3 players run between the wickets for the B1 batsmen.

The two umpires are the only people with normal vision on the field of play.

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How visually impaired play cricket?

In the blind cricket, A team comprises eleven players with a maximum of four partially sighted players, (B3 category) three partially blind players (B2 category), and a minimum of four totally blind players (B1 category).

Bowling is underarm and it is mandatory for the ball to bounce once before the middle of the pitch. The bowler at the time of delivery feels the wicket at his end to get the direction of the pitch and then gives the batsman an audio signal. In response, the batsman returns an audio signal before the bowler can release the ball. The B2 and B3 players run between the wickets for the B1 batsmen.

The two umpires are the only people with normal vision on the field of play.

KNOW TEAM FORMATION RULES

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Highlights

CABM donated Cricket Kit at NFBM Jagruti School for the Blind Girls at Alandi, Pune on 18th August 2018. The school has population of around 100 girls from age group 5 year to 16 years.

The kit was distributed by CABM Officials Mr. Ramakant Satam, Mr. Ravi Wagh, Mr. Ajay Muni, Mr. Dilip Shelwante, Mr. Ganesh Kale, Miss. Pankti Lalaj and few others.

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