Since its formation in 2011, Cricket Beyond Boundaries (CBB) has brought over 20 cricketers to the UK to spend time in leading schools and develop their cricket. These talented young cricketers have come from different areas of India and as the programme grows, eight boys are heading over this summer with more schools becoming involved. The initiative’s long-term goals are to host underprivileged children in the UK and enable them to complete their education, be able to support female cricketers and cricketers with disabilities.
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Ben Mason is Director of Sport at Durham School, which is now in its second year of working with Cricket Beyond Boundaries to host young…More
Cricket Beyond Boundaries (CBB) was established in 2011 as a global sports initiative that uses cricket as a vehicle to transform lives.