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Can you please tell me where this tournament [ECAD National Cup] is taking place? Many thanks, Greg.
We are still in the process of securing the pitches but they will be in the Midlands so that they are central for everyone taking part.
Submitted 130807 by Greg
What is the eligibility classification?
To be eligible to play in deaf international and domestic cricket, the cricketer's better ear must have an average reading loss of 55 dB or below.
All deaf cricketers must removed their hearing aids when they enter the playing field so that everyone is on an equal playing field.
An audiogram must be verified by the cricketer's NSH local audiologist.
Submitted 090807 by Peter Edmondson, President, BACD
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