In a list of cricket equipment, a bat comes on top because it’s important cricket equipment. Cricket bat’s maximum length is 38 inches as per the laws of cricket. The cricket bat is restricted by rules in cricket, its size must be up to 96.5 centimeters, and its weight range in between 1.2 kg to 1.4 kg. Tennis Bat
When playing cricket, there is some essential equipment you will need. Cricket Bat; Cricket Ball; Wicket; Regardless of protection and uniforms, you will need a bat, ball, and wicket to play cricket. However, it is heavily recommended to use protective equipment, so we suggest also using: Jockstrap; Cricket Shoes; Cricket Helmet; Leg Pads; Thigh Guard; Arm Guard
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Cricket Bat: A bat is made of wood and has a handle where the batsman holds the bat. It cannot be longer than 38 inches or wider than 4.25 inches. The front portion of the bat is flat and back portion has a slender curve, which gives the bat thickness and balance. Ball: The standard circumference of a cricket ball is 9 inches. The ball is made of cork at its center, wrapped in twine and covered with leather, which is stitched to form a seam.
#2. Cricket Ball. One of the two important cricket equipments in the game, a cricket ball is used by the bowlers to get the batsmen out. In cricket, the ball is used in three colours. In Test Cricket, the red ball is used, while the white ball is used in 50 over and 20-over game.
The front portion of the pads is very hard as there is hard plastic or wood sticks beneath. The rear portion is spongy and soft to soothe and comfort legs. Keeper pads are little shorter than batsman pads. Helmet − A head gear for the batsman/keeper while batting or wicket-keeping behind the stumps.
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Clothing and protective gear. Fltr, clockwise: V-neck sweater (worn by South African Alviro Petersen); helmet, batting gloves, leg pads. Collared shirt (white in tests domestic; as per team kit in one day formats [international]) with short or long sleeves depending on the climate or personal preference. Long trousers ( white in tests and domestic; as per team kit in one day formats [international]).
Cricket clothing is almost all white and usually consists of a long-sleeve shirt and pants. Protective gear such as thigh pads can be worn underneath. The type of shoes worn will depend on what surface you play cricket on and what type of player you are.
All respectable cricket clubs will also own sight screens, pitch rollers, pitch covers and mowing equipment. ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT: CRICKET SETS & BUNDLES If you have a thriving colts cricket section then as well as owning an array of soft cricket balls, you will also want to purchase several Cricket Sets to provide useful gear for training sessions.