Cheshire Cobras V.I.C.C (Visually Impaired Cricket Club) was founded in November 2013 by players from the North West of England, who wished to play local games in the spirit of good sportsmanship. The goal was to play in a less pressured environment in order to create a gateway into the sport for newcomers, whilst still being enjoyable and competitive at higher levels.
Welcome to the new Cheshire Cobras website, here you will be able to find out about the club, learn when our next events are, check scores from past matches and view photographs from matches we have played.
From time to time we will also have interesting information and articles about our team and visually impaired cricket, make sure you follow us on Facebook and Twitter using the follow icons at the top right of the page.
Cheshire Cobras wear a regal purple shirt with the Cobras
logo and the Cheshire Cricket Board logo.
Prior to the creation of this kit, the Cobras wouuld wear orange tops to signify their team.