Warwickshire's Disability Cricket team have won the county championship after a nine-wicket victory over Cheshire at the Rose Bowl.
Warwickshire were unbeaten in county matches throughout the season. They won all five matches in the Northern Division before easing past Hampshire by seven wickets in the semi-final at Coventry.
Experienced Warwickshire seamer Neil Wright did the damage as Cheshire were dismissed for only 67. Wright, bowling a very tight line and length, took five for four from seven immaculate overs, winning fine support from Ikhlaq Ahmed (two for six from six) and Amar Aziz (two for 21).
Warwickshire sped to victory in only 17 overs. Dan Holder (two fours and a six) finished unbeaten on 25 and Idris Saeed on 19.
The matches, played over 40 overs an innings with 50-yard boundaries, feature a mixture of physically and learning disabled cricketers.
To cap a fine season, two Warwickshire players have been selected in the England squad to play a tri-nations one-day series in South Africa. Idris Saeed and Amar Aziz, both 19-year-old all-rounders, will play in the series that also features cricketers from Australia.