Shop Edwards Sports for professional-grade indoor cricket netting systems! Set up your sports hall for year-round cricket training opportunities using top-quality nets at a great price.
Edwards Sports have a range of indoor cricket netting options for recreational and commercial sports halls.
We have years of experience supplying to some of the top professional sporting clubs and events, so you can trust our quality!
From basic practice and recreational setups to stronger, sturdier professional-grade indoor netting for serious players, Edwards Sports has everything you need to set up your indoor cricket pitch.
Our bowler end nets are ideal for trapping uncaught balls from the wicket and batting ends, and they can be cut to size to fit whatever size indoor sports hall you have, so you don't have to worry about getting too much or too little material.
Pair our bowler nets with our bay nets for a full indoor cricket setup! These nets are designed to hang from the ceiling and provide a great practice area for batting and bowling, allowing you to focus on technique with greater accuracy.
The twisted polypropylene is superb at absorbing the impact of powerful cricket ball hits, stopping them from ricocheting off or causing damage to the walls and windows.
Plus, you can store away divider nets and curtains easily with our reinforced PVC storage bags, which are great for multi-purpose sports halls that need to switch between different sports quickly.
For the best indoor cricket netting, trust Edwards Sports! Shop our range today and get your hall set up and ready for action in no time!
This depends on the nets you're looking at. Cricket bay nets typically run at 4 metres high and around 30 metres long, giving you plenty of space to practice your batting and bowling.
To set up a complete indoor cricket pitch, you'll first need cricket bay nets to hang from the ceiling. These nets essentially form the batting and bowling ends of your pitch.
Then, you'll need bowlers' end nets, which are a required part of any indoor cricket setup. These should be placed at the opposite end of the pitch to the bay nets and are designed to stop balls that miss the stumps, protecting the behind-the-wicket area and making it visually easier for batsmen to pick up the pace and direction of the ball.
Our indoor cricket bay nets are made using 2mm thick twisted polypropylene with 50mm knotted mesh material, which is fantastic at absorbing the impact of powerful cricket ball strikes. There is a cotton banding sewn into the bottom to weigh the nets down, too. We also offer additional canvas sight screens that can be detachable or sewn-in.
All of our indoor cricket bays and bowler end nets are priced up depending on the required size and shape of your nets. We know not every indoor space is the same, so we always strive to offer a customised solution for the best price.
Simply get in contact with our team with your ideal size, shape, colours and any additional features, and we'll be able to give you a price tailored to your needs.