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CW 4 X League Special leather Red Cricket Ball 4 PCE Ball Bat Fr. Premium quality cricket ball with higher quality leather construction. Entire hand stitched which creates the nonbreakable joint between parts and gives ball consist strong shape. Due tight stitching ball gets slight compressed wh
This cricket bat is used in professional cricket in the field of cricket. Different sizes and width are available in these cricket bats. Mostly training cricket bat width is half than other cricket bats. These kinds of cricket bat are very useful for a coach because it acts as a weapon for them in the training session.
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Cricket Balls for play at school level or at club, county, league or even international level, you will find a ball to suit your needs. From the starter level 2 pieces cricket ball to 4 Pieces Balls, Alum Tanned, Cricket Training Balls in White or Red Colours.
Red marks are inevitable on your cricket bat, but that doesn’t mean that you have to live with them. Cleaning the marks where your bat connects with the ball requires a bit more effort than simply...
Cricket balls are traditionally red, and red balls are used in Test cricket and First-class cricket but proposals to introduce other colours date back at least as early as 1937.  White balls were introduced when one-day matches began being played at night under floodlights, as they are more visible at night; all professional one-day matches are now played with white balls, even when they are not played at night.