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Cage Cricket Investigates the Benefits of Playing the Sport on Dementia

Cage Cricket Investigates the Benefits of Playing the Sport on Dementia

The launch of the “Not Out” programme by Dementia Friendly Hampshire and Bournemouth University’s Dementia Institute will research the impact of sport on dementia. The research will focusing on both those diagnosed and their families, while giving people the opportunity to play Cage Cricket.

West Itchen Community Trust In Southampton Gets Cage Cricket Kit

West Itchen Community Trust In Southampton Gets Cage Cricket Kit

A new Cage Cricket kit, funded by Southampton City Council’s Community Chest Grant’s Scheme, has now gone into St Mary’s – one of the most diverse and deprived communities in Southampton. The kit will be maintained by West Itchen Community Trust (WICT), based in Derby Road.

Cage Cricket Shortlisted for #BeAGameChanger Awards

Cage Cricket Shortlisted for #BeAGameChanger Awards

Cage Cricket has been shortlisted for a major national award: The Women’s Sport Trust #BeAGameChanger Awards, which recognises individuals and organisations doing the most to progress women’s sport. In particular, the award acknowledges the work by Sheromie Brewster in London and Barbados.

Cage 4 All Aims to Help Dementia Awareness Through Mars Milk Play Fund

Cage 4 All Aims to Help Dementia Awareness Through Mars Milk Play Fund

Cage 4 All continues to forge direct community links through an association with Dementia Friendly Hampshire. A joint venture has kicked off with an application through the Mars Milk Sports Fund, with the hopes of winning a grant of up to £1,000 to provide a Cage Cricket Kit and training to Dementia Friendly Hampshire.

Cage Cricket Proves to be Hugely Popular in Scottish Highlands

Cage Cricket Proves to be Hugely Popular in Scottish Highlands

Whilst Cage Cricket continues to expand around the UK, the Scottish Highlands is perhaps not the first place that springs to mind. In Oban participation in Cage has exploded since 2012, proving to be a hugely popular pastime, even in the depths of a Highland winter.