Jesse Goodman and Joshua Waldhuter, who both made their debut for Australia this week in one-day games against England, join Luke Goodman in the squad for the Games starting on Sunday.
John Lonergan (national coach) and Jo Connolly (team manager) are also from SA.
Australia and England are playing three one-day games this week in Brisbane and then will compete in the cricket competition at the Games in a series of five Twenty20 matches at South Brisbane District Cricket Club and Allan Border Field from 13 to 19 October.
Cricket Australia’s Executive General Manager of Community Cricket, Belinda Clark, said: “Cricket’s inclusion in the 2019 Global Games is further recognition that cricket is a sport for all, including people with a disability.
“The Games are a true celebration of cultural diversity allowing cricketers to compete in a secure, fun and friendly environment whilst helping to change attitudes, challenge perceptions and strengthen communities locally and globally.
“Athletes with a disability are a source of inspiration to all Australians and I have no doubt these Games will provide a greater platform for people with a disability to get involved in cricket with the knowledge that there are representative pathways in place for cricketers, including the National Cricket Inclusion Championships as well as Cricket Australia’s national disability squads.
“I wish the team all the best for this important international event and I am sure their performances will inspire cricket fans across Australia.”
Aussie Cricketer Josh Waldhuter chats with @AusWomenCricket star @megan_schutt ahead of the 2019 INAS Global Games, a world class sporting event comprising ten different sports for athletes with an intellectual disability! #ASportforAll pic.twitter.com/Ia6w1FMoPZ— Cricket Australia (@CricketAus) October 10, 2019
Haydn Brumm (Brisbane, QLD), Brendan Westlake (Gympie, QLD), Boyd Duffield (North Perth, WA), Connor Sheppard (Launceston, TAS), Gavan Hicks (Ballarat, VIC), Jamie Phillips (Officer, VIC), Jesse Goodman (Pasadena, SA), Jonathan Flower (Bunbury, WA), Joshua Waldhuter (Seaton, SA), Justin Nilon (Launceston, TAS), Lachlan MaCrae (Cyde North, VIC), Luke Goodman (Blair Athol, SA), Nicholas McConell (Nerang, QLD), Steve Teloniatis (South Melbourne, VIC).
Coach: John Lonergan (SA)
Assistant Coach: Hussain Hanif (VIC), Nathan Dodd (QLD)
Team Mentor: David Baird (QLD)
INAS Global Games fixture – Australia v England
Sunday 13 October, 10:00am – South Brisbane District Cricket Club
Monday 14 October, 10:00am – South Brisbane District Cricket Club
Wednesday 16 October, 10:00am – Allan Border Field
Thursday 17 October, 10:00am – Allan Border Field
Friday 18 October, 10:00am – Allan Border Field
Luke Goodman and his twin brother Jesse will be saluting their late dad when they take part in next month's INAS Global Games, writes @AdamBurnett09. https://t.co/Giu79Nm4tU pic.twitter.com/wChn89Y7LP— cricket.com.au (@cricketcomau) September 22, 2019