Six school teams competed for the Table Cricket county title as the Devon Cricket Foundation hosted the finals day last week.

Table Cricket is an adapted format of the game from the Lord's Taverners that is designed to be accessible for people with disabilities, allowing them to participate in the game we all love.

The county competition gives young people with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) the chance to play cricket in a competitive environment, to be part of a team and to represent their school at a competitive level.

Table Cricket is designed to allow everyone to participate in the game we all love.

Multiple teams from Orchard Manor School, Pathfield School and St James School took part in a finals day hosted at the Devon Cricket Centre in Exeter, with St James School narrowly beating Pathfield School to first place by virtue of runs scored.

Super1s Disability Development Officer, Lewis Fountain said finals day was a great success:

"Table Cricket Finals Day is always one we look forward to at the Devon Cricket Foundation, it provides so many young people with cricketing opportunities they wouldn't normally have access to. It was great to see the schools get together and students enjoy taking part in the competition."

Young Leaders from Orchard Manor School were integral to the running of Finals Day.The finals days saw the return of Orchard Manor School's superb SEND Young Leaders to help run the competition by umpiring and scoring matches. A number of the Young Leaders had helped with last year's county finals and regional finals.

"We are very fortunate to be one of the few counties where SEND Young Leaders help run our SEND events. We are extremely grateful to each and every one of them, they were excellent and an integral part as always."

St James School celebrate being crowned County Table Cricket champions.