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BCEW Launch International Ball Events

19th May 2014

A new BCEW domestic competition that is open to all visually impaired athletes with a valid sporting sight classification is beginning on Saturday 31st May.

Bish Bash Bosh! is a one-day tournament using the international blind cricket ball. The playing rules will be a mixture of both the domestic and international playing rules and the teams and format of the matches will be selected on the day. All will become clear at the tournament.

The aim of Bish Bash Bosh! is to provide a new blind cricketing experience that is competitive, fast paced and most importantly, great fun, all wrapped up in one day.

The competition is open to all, regardless of how much experience you have of playing with this ball, whether that's a great deal, very little, or not all. The basics are fairly simple and easy to pick up, particularly in a quick-fire tournament such as this.

When: Saturday 31st May, 11am.
Where: South Park, Fulham, London, SW6 3HH.
Travel expenses are available, if required.

To enter Bish Bash Bosh! e-mail david.townley@bcew.org, giving your name and BCEW sight classification (total, low, partial, etc). If you do not have a BCEW classification, then please provide your B1, B2, etc.

If you have any queries, please call David Townley on 07960 428 619.

Bish Bash Bosh! will also return on Saturday 28th June and again on Saturday 23rd August. Venues to be confirmed.