Bespoke Flicx Pitch for Cage Cricket is launched

 

Yesterday at Bagshot Cricket Club, Flicx UK and Cage Cricket launched a new Flicx pitch designed exclusively for use in Cage Cricket at the #BossOfBeef Beefeater event with Sir Ian Botham. The colorful new design was rolled out and competition winners were able to play Cage Cricket, a new urban sport movement open to all.  Cage Cricket see’s 6 players enter the arena with each player spending an over in each zone which means every batsmen faces the same amount of balls, and each player for 1 over. Points are awarded for hitting the ball into each zone with fielders and bowlers also scoring points for catches and wickets taken. Easy and quick to play and great fun, it is easy to see why legends of the game, such as “Beefy” and Shane Warne have given it their backing and support.

Flicx UK are delighted to have designed a new portable pitch exclusively for Cage Cricket which was debuted at the Beefeater corporate event for scratchcard prize winning customers. The pitch is 2/3rds grey to 1/3 white and will be further developed in the future too with the addition of further color and containing the Cage Cricket logo. The pitch performed very well with a fantastic bounce and great feedback leading to some exciting cricket being played. The pitch will soon be available to Cage Cricket customers who need a new surface on which to play. Why not take a look at the video below to see the pitch being rolled out at Bagshot and a practice delivery (with an unexpected visitor!)

After the match, Sir Ian Botham and former England international Alex Tudor and Dean Headley presented prizes before youngster from Bagshot CC enjoyed a game in the Cage too. Flicx UK  look forward to supporting the development of Cage Cricket in the coming months – what a fantastic concept for getting new players into cricket and perfect for schools and for transforming existing MUGA’s into a cricket arena to get more people active.

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For more information on Cage Cricket do visit their website http://www.cagecricket.com/

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