Cricket Leather Balls

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Why to choose our SG Leather Balls?

  • Uncompromising Quality: Premium leather construction ensures exceptional durability, shape retention, and seam integrity.
  • Optimal Performance: Consistent bounce, swing, and spin for accurate shots and maximum power every time.
  • Safe for All: Soft, high-quality leather reduces the risk of broken bats and hand injuries.
  • Wide Variety: Choose from different sizes, weights, and colors to suit your playing style and level.
  • Trusted Choice: Beloved by cricketers of all levels, from club matches to professional tournaments.
1. Size Guide for Cricket Leather Balls:
  • Senior/Adult: Recommended for experienced players and official matches (163g).
  • Youth: Ideal for young players and practice matches (142g).
  • Junior: Perfect for beginners and introducing young children to cricket (126g).
2. Buying Guide: Cricket Leather Balls:
  • League Red: Premium ball for professional-level matches, offering exceptional durability and performance.
  • Tournament White: High-quality ball for club matches and practice, providing consistent bounce and spin.
  • Club White: Classic white ball for club-level and recreational play, ensuring excellent visibility and value.
  • Consider playing surface: Opt for red balls for grass wickets and white balls for synthetic pitches.
  • Choose the right weight: Select a ball appropriate for your age and playing level.
3. Maintenance Guide for Cricket Leather Balls:
  • Clean with a damp cloth and mild soap after each use.
  • Air dry completely before storing.
  • Apply leather conditioner periodically to maintain softness and longevity.
  • Store in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight.
4. Frequently Asked Questions:
  • How often should I replace my cricket ball? Replace it when it becomes significantly scuffed, loses its shape, or starts cracking.
  • What is the difference between red and white cricket balls? Red balls are used on grass wickets and offer more swing and seam movement, while white balls are used on synthetic pitches and provide better visibility.
  • How can I prolong the life of my cricket ball? Proper cleaning, conditioning, and storage are key to maximizing its lifespan.


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