Cricket Match Balls
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We areKnown as the best quality cricket ball manufacturers. Our cricket balls are made of very high grade leather, sorted and tested for longlasting duration of play. These are made of genuine leather procured locally Indian leather or Imported Australian leather, we have various qualities in Genuine leather balls to take care of different pocket types and different budget. Apart from Genuine Leather Cricket Balls, We also make PU Unbreakable Cricket Balls, Plastic Cricket Balls, Rubber Cricket Balls, Tennis Cricket Balls, Synthetic Cricket Balls, Beach Cricket Balls, Hollow Cricket Balls, Backyard Cricket Balls. We can also make customised balls as per buyer specifications
A cricket ball is a hard, solid ball used to play cricket. A cricket ball consists of cork covered by leather, and manufacture is heavily regulated by cricket law at first class level. The manipulation of a cricket ball, through employment of its various physical properties, is the staple component of bowling and dismissing batsmen – movement in the air, and off the ground, is influenced by the condition of the ball and the efforts of the bowler, while working on the cricket ball to obtain an optimum condition is a key role of the fielding side. The cricket ball is the principal manner through which the batsman scores runs, by manipulating the ball into a position where it would be safe to take a run, or by directing the ball through the boundary.
In Test cricket and most domestic games that spread over a multitude of days, the cricket ball is traditionally coloured red. In many one day cricket matches, the ball is coloured white. Training balls of white, red and pink are also common, and windballs and tennis balls in a cricket motif can be used for training or unofficial cricket matches. During cricket matches, the quality of the ball changes to a point where it is no longer usable, and during this decline its properties alter and thus influence the match. Altering the state of the cricket ball outside the permitted manners designated in the rules of cricket is prohibited during a match, and 'ball tampering' has resulted in numerous controversies.
Cricket balls, weighing between 155.9 and 163.0 grams, are known for their hardness and for the risk of injury involved when using them. The danger of cricket balls was a key motivator for the introduction of protective equipment. Injuries are often recorded in cricket matches due to the ball, and a small number of fatalities have been recorded or attributed to cricket balls