Cricket Ball Price in Pakistan

4 results for Cricket Ball from 1 online stores. Cricket Ball price in pakistan ranges from Rs. 59,999 to Rs. 62,999

X1 - Hard Ball Bat
 

Rs. 59,999

X1 - Hard Ball Bat

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X1 - Hard Ball Bat
 

Rs. 59,999

X1 - Hard Ball Bat

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CA Sports Plus 15000 Players Edition 7 Star Hard Ball Bat
 

Rs. 60,000

CA Sports Plus 15000 Players Edition 7 Star Hard Ball Bat

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Save 9% Hard Ball Bat - X1
Rs. 69,299

Rs. 62,999

Hard Ball Bat - X1

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Cricket Ball Price in Pakistan

4 results for Cricket Ball from 1 online stores. Cricket Ball price in pakistan ranges from Rs. 59,999 to Rs. 62,999

Cricket Ball Overview

A ball designed for cricket. Cricket balls have evolved over time, today they are available in a few different colours depending on the nature of the match. The prices of cricket balls vary, depending on the brand and whether they adhere to the first-class regulations.

Cricket Ball Description

The cricket ball

A ball that is made with a centre of cork, wrapped in string and stitched into a leather covering. The end result is a very hard ball. At the first-class level (professional cricket), the balls are regulated by cricket laws. Cricket balls used to be white but that changed over time as the game evolved and our understanding of it improved.

Mostly the traditional red cricket ball is used in Test matches that span over several days. A lot of One Day matches use the white ball in order for it to be visible under floodlights. Since 2010, pink balls have also been introduced so they are in contrast with the players' white uniforms as well. This helps visibility during day/night Test matches. For training, it is common to use any one of these balls, or a tennis ball that is covered in electric tape. In Pakistan, this latter style of ball is also used in street cricket and informal playing; often referred to as a 'tape ball.

Cricket balls have caused serious and fatal injury over the years. It is also the reason why protective padding and helmets were introduced to the game.

A cricket ball is available at various prices depending on the quality and make; regulation adhering balls cost a lot more. The known brands include Kookaburra, Dukes and SG; these are also the ones used in professional games. CA Sports and other brands produce cricket balls locally, mostly in Sialkot, Punjab.