Australia's cricket squad play blind cricket;FE Focus

21st May 1999 at 01:00
(Photograph) - Bats and blindfolds: members of Australia's World Cup cricket squad take on a team from the Royal National Institute for the Blind's New College, Worcester. Blind cricket is played with an over-sized ball, packed with ball-bearings which rattle when bowled. The teams listen for the direction of the ball to both bat and field. Photograph: MIKE SEWELL

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