Australia's top all abilities cricketers will return to the international stage this month to battle it out on the field against England and New Zealand in the CommBank International Inclusion Series.
The Series, which is proudly supported by Commonwealth Bank, kicked off in Brisbane on June 8. Throughout the Series, Australia's Deaf, Blind, and Intellectual Disability Cricket squads – also known as the All Abilities teams – play five Twenty20s (T20s) and three One Day International (ODI) matches.
It marks a long-awaited return for the Series, with COVID putting the International Series on ice for the past few years. In fact, this will be the first time Australia’s Deaf Cricket and Australian Blind Cricket teams have played an international match since 2018, and the first test match since 2019 for the Intellectual Disability team.