Cricket Practice Nets
Cricket practice nets are generally used by batsmen and bowlers for their training to raise the cricketing techniques. It contains a cricket pitch (natural or artificial) surrounded by netting on both sides, behind, and optionally above. The bowling end is left exposed. Practice nets discontinue the cricket ball roving across the field when the batsman plays a shot. These nets save the training phase and remove the requirement for fielders or a wicket-keeper. They permit more people to train simultaneously, mainly when they have numerous tracks. They allow private batting practice when used with a bowling machine. Nets are important for cricket practice and are used at each level of the game. Proficient cricket clubs are prospective to have over 10 lanes of nets and to practice mutually indoors and outdoors.
Indoor nets are often deferred on a running track that is fixed to the ceiling of the sports hall or gymnasium. The nets can descend 4 to 8 meters to the ground, and be above 20 meters long. Mainly, indoor nets are usually multi-lane, having two or four-lane nets being corporate. Outdoor nets are the most public form of practice nets. They take many methods, with some being home-based whereas others are professionally mass-produced and set up. The creation and the design of the outdoor nets tend to be built around two factors i.e. the occurrence and age of those who will use them, and the obtainable space.