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What’s the best way to wash cricket gloves?
Batting or wicket keeping?
For batting, hand wash in a washing up bowl of hand-hot, not too, soapy water and hang up to drip dry.
Adding a bit of detergent to the water stops any.. erm.. odours.
An English guy I work with calls Baseball players “whimps” for needing a glove. He basically says Cricket players are doing the same thing, and throw as hard between bases, etc. with no glove, and they use a harder ball. Can anyone give me a serious answer about this?
Every game has a different rule. Why in American football players wear helmet and in rugby they didn’t wear it.
I live in Bhopal , India. Please tell me the cost of Cricket leather balls , gloves , pads , bats available easily in my region in Indian rupees. also tell me the good company ( medium range, not very expensive) of these products?
All of them will cost around 4000 INR..
The ideal Cricket Set from Amber Sports for Junior players! Set Includes: – Junior Size Bat, – Soft Rubber Junior Rubber Size Ball, – 4 Stumps & 1 Bail, – 1 pair canvas batting Leg guards, – 1 pair PVC batting Gloves, – All packed in an attractive PVC Carrying Bag,
I’m a left hander also, and was wondering if he used Puma Ballistic for his cricket gloves, bat and pads?
I think he uses a Dunlop Pro squash ball, if that’s any help.
He definitely uses a Ballistic bat. the gloves are Puma but I don’t think they are the Ballistic range. Puma claim the bat but not the gloves, so I think that’s definitive.
 You know I was joking with the ‘dunlop pro’ bit. I just googled ‘squash ball brand’ and used the first one that came up.