A cricket match that drew plenty of smiles was held at Launceston Grammar's oval on Friday.
Players from the school's XI cricket squad faced-off against nine boys and girl from the New Horizons Inclusion Team in a friendly T20 match.
The inclusion team initiative was formed about six years ago by the disability sport and recreation organisation.
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It has grown significantly since its inception according to coach Liam Delvin.
He said what began as just a few participants has now grown to see about 70 statewide looking to join each year.
More over, participants in the initiative that are also involved in club cricket has grown from about 13 to 35 players.
Mr Delvin said Friday's match brought out the best in the sport from all involved.
"Grammar's been sensational and played with unbelieveable spirit ... it's all about inclusion," he said.
Mr Delvin said New Horizons hoped to increase its inclusive cricket presence in schools through an all abilities program in conjunction with Grammar and Hutchins.
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