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Safe Soft Cricket Balls

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Durable plastic cricket ball with moulded stictches for grip, to aid finger position.
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Helping to Support Teaching and Learning

Enhanced Durability

Constructed with a special core, these cricket balls provide lasting durability, ideal for regular use in educational environments.

Safety Features

The soft construction of these cricket balls ensures a safer play environment, reducing the risk of injuries during sports activities.

Skill Development

Moulded stitches on the cricket balls aid in proper finger positioning, which is helpful for developing accurate throwing and bowling skills.

Versatile Use

These cricket balls are perfect for playgrounds and indoor settings, offering a versatile solution for schools' sports requirements.

Curriculum Support

These cricket balls support the Physical Education curriculum by facilitating active participation and skill mastery in competitive team games.

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Safe Soft Cricket Balls

Durable plastic cricket ball with moulded stictches for grip, to aid finger position.


  • Designed for young learners, these cricket balls foster a safe and supportive environment in schools. Their robust construction ensures longevity and safety, aligning perfectly with physical education curriculum requirements, suitable for both indoor and outdoor cricket. They enable consistent practice and skill development, promoting physical activity and are softer in the hands for catching to remove some of the fear of catching a harder ball for children.

  • The balls also serve as effective tools for inclusivity in sports. Lower injury risks make them suitable for children, supporting broader sports involvement and aiding in the development of fundamental motor skills as outlined in educational goals.

  • Cricket help in increasing engagement among pupils in regular sports activities, offering a broader experience of sports across the curriculum with roles for players of different skill sets. This alignment with educational aims aids in preparing children for various competitive sports, enhancing their skills and participation.

Supports the National Curriculum

Physical Education, Key Stage 2

Play competitive games, modified where appropriate (e.g. badminton, basketball, cricket, football, hockey, netball and rounders) and apply basic principles suitable for attacking and defending.

Physical Education, Key Stage 1

Participate in team games, developing simple tactics for attacking and defending.

Physical Education, Key Stage 2

Use running, jumping, throwing and catching in isolation and in combination.

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