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Artificial grass cricket wickets

Synthetic grass

To standardise the playing surface and supply a pitch you can use in all circumstances.

Maintaining a synthetic grass cricket wicket

Like most man-made surfaces, artificial cricket pitches should be competently maintained if they’re to offer the best possible playing wicket all year round. We recommend that anyone using an artificial cricket wicket should make use of a yearly deep clean process, level the batting region continuously and use at least one chemical treatment every six months.


Artificial grass cricket pitch maintenance

Even with repeated maintenance, cricket wickets may well degrade eventually, shock pads can solidify and surfaces can become uneven. When you notice that the bounce of the ball is starting to become uneven or that the surface area looks tired and worn, it might be the perfect time to give your synthetic pitch a face lift.

  • Flexible artificial surface</h3 >

    Artificial cricket wickets can be laid on either a dynamic (stone) or non-dynamic (macadam or concrete) base.

  • Durable cricket playing surface</h3 >

    Synthetic cricket pitches are more resilient than purely natural wickets.

  • Consistent cricket pitch</h3 >

    To standardise the playing surface and supply a pitch you can use in all circumstances, a large number of leisure centres, institutions and cricket clubs use artificial cricket wickets.