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  • 1. Things to be keep in mind before buying cricket balls<br />There is a different rule for cricket game and baseball game such as in the game of cricket the cricket balls will come back to the players but when the baseball match is going on then during the game once the ball comes to you in the spectators locates, you can keep the ball with you. The reason here is not to confuse you by showing the differences between baseball match and cricket match but just to detail you a number of remarkable features about the cricket balls.<br /> <br />The cricket balls include cork within it. The cork is a flexible material that facilitates the cricket balls to bounce up as much as they can carry out. The weight of cricket balls generally falls between 155.9 grams to 163 grams. For your better understanding about cork lets see few instances of what a cork is all about: it is the backside of a shuttle of badminton or it is the cap or top part of the wine bottle. You cannot find the cork in a massive mode inside a cricket ball because they are cut into tiny bits and then strongly wounded by a cord to maintain them collectively.<br />An excellent cricket ball is necessary to perform a good cricket match. There are many reasons to have good cricket balls because a good quality ball can bounce and help out the speedy bowlers, good ball will support you in the entire game and it will not harm any cricket bats. Most of the amateur cricketers prefer to buy a polished red ball because they think that the red color makes a superior ball but this is the big mistake they do while purchasing cricket balls. The balls which will not have any polish on them instead they are only naturally polished leather will be used in the international cricket.<br /> <br />Most of the low-priced manufacturer will cover the balls with a coat of polish and make them look like natural leather which confuses the cricketers. The coating layer will come out after some overs and this type of balls will become so hard which even can break the cricket bats by reaching some points. Therefore, there are many things which you need to keep in mind before going to purchase crickets balls and some of them are followings:<br />
    • Buy a quality cricket balls by spending some extra money because it can save your lots of money by no breaking your quality cricket bat.
    • 2. Good quality cricket balls will go well with your hand whereas the economical one may harm your fingers because of their hard surface.
    • 3. When you are buying cricket balls just find out their balance. You can check it out by giving a toss which you can do with the help of your fingers. You just need to roll your index and middle fingers above the seam and find out the balance.
    You need to examine the seam properly to find out whether the stitches are identical in nature.<br />For More Articles Visit: http://www.procricketgear.com/<br />