All our resources are free to download and use.

If you do use any of our resources we'd love to hear from you about your experiences of them, how you used them, and any suggestions you have to develop and improve them. Please do contact Sara Begg (Head of Monitoring and Evaluation) or Lee Booth (Head of Delivery).

Covid19 Flashcards

These COVID-19 resources are designed to be used in places where sports in schools or the community is allowed, to reinforce key measures for preventing the spread of COVID-19.

There are bright and engaging flashcards in a range of languages, and some information to help guide you in using them - suggested activity cards, and a key facts sheet. For more information, download the “About this pack” PDF.

Please get in touch if you have any questions, and do let us know if you use these cards in any sessions or activities!



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Coaching Cards

Introduction to cricket

How to coach the key skills needed to introduce young people to cricket, and ideas of how to integrate simple HIV/AIDS awareness messages into your coaching.


Integrated learning

Games and activities with examples of how to use the Cricket Without Boundaries’ integrated learning model to start discussions about HIV, gender and community empowerment.


Basics of cricket

Building on Introduction to Cricket, add new skills and games to your coaching kitbag and work towards playing and officiating a full game of “pairs” or “mini” cricket.


Game Cards

An 8-week programme working towards an adapted cricket festival, with a focus on teamwork, cooperation and communication.


Tutor notes

“Train the trainers” notes for experienced coaches and coach educators, with guidance on how to upskill new and developing coaches.


Game cards (Arabic)

12 mix-and-match cricket games and activities, with a focus on teamwork, cooperation and communication. Includes English and Arabic text.


Learning Tools

Our integrated learning tools help empower communities by starting discussions about ambitions and setting targets and goals. They are used to embed educational components into games and activities. And they can be used to encourage players and coaches to reflect on what they gain from participation in cricket, which can in turn be used to help evaluate programme impact.


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