Classical molecular dynamics simulations were used to compare the fracture behavior of pristine and disordered specimens of a simplified nuclear glass. The disordered specimen is prepared in order to mimic the effects of accumulating displacement cascades. It is characterized by a decreasing Boron coordination and an increasing Na concentration in a modifying role. We observe an enhancement of the plasticity of the disordered glass and a decrease of the elastic limit, resulting in greater fracture toughness. The simulation findings are consistent with experimental results.