|Item Name||Cricket Nets|
|Mesh Size||1.9in Square|
|Others||Custom nets and accessories are available.|
Any custom requirements about Cricket Nets are all available from Huaxing Nets, customized items include the material, weaving style, twine diameter, mesh size and form, color, net size, etc.
If you don’t have a clear objectives, welcome to talk with us, we will always provide the most professional suggestions for you.
While there may be plenty of cheap cricket net options on the market, as the old saying goes “you get what you pay for”. A lower price generally signifies the user of cheaper raw materials, and this will take its toll in terms of durability and longevity. In short, as with many things, buying cheap cricket nets is a false economy.
So, why invest in better quality cricket netting materials as opposed to cheap cricket nets? First of all, consider what the cricket net is there to do: keep players and spectators safe. When used in cricket practice nets facilities, cricket netting forms the barrier between not only the individual lanes of the system but also its surroundings. Whether the system simply has wall nets, walls and a roof and is open at the bowlers’ end, or is fully enclosed, the nets that form the ball stop structure are critically important.
Fast-moving balls coming either from the bowler or the batter can cause significant damage, so the integrity of the ball stop structure – i.e. the cricket nets – is vital. Therefore, the more robust the cricket netting material the better; not only is it able to better withstand balls flying at pace but it will be more durable and be less susceptible to wear and tear, thus providing a better investment in the long term.
The other factor to consider is that cheap cricket nets may stop the ball, but their effectiveness is as much down to how well they are fitted as the netting material itself. Traditionally, cricket nets are fitted using hooks, cable ties or cordage on a tubular metal framework surrounding the practice nets facility. These create ‘wear’ or ‘stress’ points that can cause gaps at the top or bottom of the facility which can allow balls to pass between lanes and, if not well tensioned, netting can easily be damaged as it is buffeted by the weather.