If you’re looking to build new indoor cricket pitches, or you need all-weather covers for your nets and practice areas, we can help you create top class facilities.
We provide bespoke covering systems for indoor cricket pitches in a number of sizes and configurations, spanning between two and four lanes.
Our fixed domes provide an affordable alternative to permanent buildings for indoor cricket facilities and provide full protection in all weathers.
If you need help constructing your indoor cricket pitches, we can act as principal contractors on your project, preparing the groundwork and fitting out pavilions , surfacing courts and installing lights, netting and stumps for you.
Cricket is not an all-weather game, and in fact matches are often called off because of poor weather conditions or bad light. Fortunately indoor cricket can be played all year round, whatever the conditions.
Quality lighting is essential in cricket so that players can follow the movement of the ball travelling at high speeds. Bespoke lighting solutions are installed in our domes to ensure play can continue in the evening or on gloomy days.
Frames are made from glulam wood or high-tensile steel, which is hot dip galvanised for corrosion protection. The covers of our cricket domes are made from heavy-duty, flame-retardant, PVC-coated polyester fabric and feature fire doors, as well as sliding side curtains as standard.
Indoor cricket layout
Indoor cricket is a much faster game than regular outdoor cricket and is often described as an indoor version of Twenty20 because of its pace and excitement.
The game is played with two teams, each with a maximum of eight players, and consists of two innings of 16 seven-ball overs. Each player is required to bowl two overs and bat in a partnership for four overs.
An indoor cricket court is usually 30 metres by 12 metres and is enclosed in a tight netting 4.5 metres high. The pitch itself is 20 metres long and 1.8 metres wide. Each pitch has three collapsible spring-loaded stumps at either end.
One end is marked as the bowling crease, with the non-striker crease towards the centre of the court from where the non-striking batsman runs. At the other end 11 metres from the non-striker crease is the batting crease. This is surrounded by an exclusion zone arc with a radius of three metres. Fielders must not enter this area until the ball has reached the batsman.
The surface of an indoor cricket pitch is typically made from artificial grass matting and due to the speed of the game and the size of the court, a softer ball is used. At CopriSystems, we can provide covers to suit all types of indoor cricket pitches and practice nets, whether you need a small fixed dome for a two lane facility or a large cover to span four lanes.
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