Cricket Ground Equipment

10 Essential Cricket Ground Equipment Products

1. Sight Screen - used behind both the batter and bowler to aid vision. For many years made from timber, now more popular in polypropylene.

2. Mobile Practise Cage - used for batting training to stop the ball from travelling too far from the practise area and to protect other players who may also be training close by, essential cricket equipment.

3. Fixed Practise Cage - similar to the above but fixed into a dedicated practise area. It's very common to have multiple lanes to train several batters (and bowlers) at the same time.

4. Mobile Wicket Covers - used to keep a wicket dry during times of wet weather. These are usually supplied with gutters and run off hoses to minimise the area directly around the wicket getting over saturated.

5. Boundary Rope - long lengths of thick rope in either 24mm, 28mm or 32mm diameter to identify the boundary. Ball generally bounces as it hits the rope to identify when 4 runs are scored.

6. Boundary Rope Trolley - long lengths of thick rope are difficult to store and mange so an easy to use mobile trolley is an ideal solution.

7. Artificial Wicket - most cricket grounds have an artificial wicket to use when needed. Match wickets are quite complex with a woven carpet sat directly on top of a needle punched shock pads required to achieve a bounce almost identical to that of natural surfaces.

8. Throw Down Practise Wickets - these wickets can be rolled out onto almost any surface to imitate a natural bounce. The Flicx 2G wicket offers several options with training wickets available. These are particularly useful when the wet weather forces players to train indoors, a staple when purchasing cricket equipment uk.

9. Scoreboard - scoreboards can be a simple stands with flip-over number for amateur games right through to dedicated buildings with digital boards at professional level, essential cricket ground equipment

10. The Wickets - better quality wickets are made from white ash which is the preferred option for most clubs. Imported ash wickets offer a cheaper option for schools and amateur games.