The event consisted of an inclusive Blind Cricket Match, during which the able bodied participants and Indian Blind Cricket Team played two matches with mixed teams. Blind cricket is a version of the sport of cricket adapted for blind and partially sighted players. It has been governed by the World Blind Cricket Council (WBCC) since 1996. The cricket ball has ball bearings inside it, so that it makes a noise when it moves. The wicket stumps are made of metal. All other rules of the game are the same as regular cricket.
The inclusive cricket match was scheduled on a chilly Saturday morning from 7 AM to 10 AM. All the blind cricketers arrived on the field by 7 AM. Participants were given a hot beverage, fruit and biscuits before the start of the event. Divyanshu Ganatra - founder of ABBF introduced the Blind Cricket Team and conducted a brief orientation and introductory session. The coach of the blind cricket team explained the rules of the game, and two mixed teams were formed. Two matches of 10 overs each were played. The crowd was excited and cheering for the teams that were playing. The lively commentary added to the excitement. After the two games were over, breakfast was served. The Firefox management felicitated the blind cricketers and gave them a token of appreciation. Post the felicitation, all those who were present were invited to share their experiences, thoughts and learnings of the day. This resulted in a fruitful conversation about disability awareness and employability.