The cricket balls that are used to play men’s and women’s games have different weights. Men’s cricket balls weigh 5.5 to 5.75 ounces (156-163 grams). That’s just a bit more than the weight of a major league baseball. Women’s cricket balls weigh 4.93 to 5.06 ounces (140-144 grams). There are 3 different types of cricket balls, which include the Duke, the SG and the Kookaburra.
Cricket Bats have a length of common length of 33.5”-34.375” (85.1-87.3 cm), maximum of length of 38” (96.5 cm), width of 4.25” (10.8 cm), and depth of 2.64” (67 mm). The weight of a Cricket Bat is 2.63–3 lb (1.19-1.36 kg). The Cricket Bat is a piece of sports equipment used in Cricket batsmen. The cricket bat is commonly made in India and Pakistan, featuring a flat-fronted willow-wood blade fixed to a cane handle.
A cricket bat is a specialized piece of equipment used by batsmen in the sport of cricket to hit the ball, typically consisting of a cane handle attached to a flat-fronted willow-wood blade.
In women’s cricket, the cricket ball shall: weigh from 4.94 ounces/140 g to 5.31 ounces 151 g; measure from 8.25 in/21.0 cm to 8.88 in/22.5 cm in circumference. In junior cricket (Under 13), the cricket ball shall: weigh from 4.69 ounces/133 g to 5.06 ounces 144 g; measure from 8.06 in/20.5 cm to 8.69 in/22.0 cm in circumference.
4.6.1 Women’s cricket. Weight: from 4.94 ounces/140 g to 5.31 ounces 151 g. Circumference: from 8.25 in/21.0 cm to 8.88 in/22.5 cm. The difference is due to traditionalist views of women as a physically weaker sex requiring some allowance for their perceived inability to handle "proper" equipment.
Cricket Bats. Below is our recommendation on the appropriate bat size based on player height. This guide can be used for all Junior and Senior cricket bats.
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