Balls used in Cricket Bowling Machine

The gentleman’s game – the game of cricket took its roots and began in southeast England. It slowly gained momentum and finally took form as the national sport in the 18th century and flourished globally in the 19th and 20th centuries. One of the essential requirements of this game is a cricket ball. This ball is hard and solid, making it apt to play cricket. Cricket bats have seen several transformations as compared to their counterparts – cricket balls. They have remained the same except for their change in their colour (red, white, & pink).

Red balls are the first type of cricket ball used to play the game of cricket. The balls had good swing and seam early in the innings and once they age during the game the swing produced is late. Red balls are being utilized in the longest version of history. White balls gained tremendous popularity in limited overs game. Day-night Test matches led to the usage of pink balls in international cricket. Red balls meant low visibility during night and hence were not used in day-night Test matches. The pink ball is believed to aid fast bowlers during the night time.

Cricket has been more than a game in India as enjoys a massive fan following. There are millions of sports enthusiasts who wish to excel in cricket and the best way to become a good batsman is to train with Topscore’s flagship cricket bowling machine. Topscore’s Vibo is one of its kind in the world outdoor/indoor cricket bowling simulator operated by voice & tab. Bowler animation on the screen allows full control over body, hand-eye coordination & footwork, and triggers body movements at the right time which is crucial for a batsman to time the ball & improve the quality of a shot. The batsman gets the same feeling of facing a real human – bowler when he/she is facing Vibo!

The main part of the cricket ball is composed of cork, thus providing weight and bounce to the ball. The cork is covered with tightly wrapped strings and enclosed by a leather case. This case is elevated and the seams are sewn which aids in providing the grip to hold the ball. The dimensions, construction, performance, and quality of the ball used in cricket are specified by British Standard. The balls used in Topscore’s cricket bowling machine include the red cricket ball and the yellow tennis ball.

Topscore was established to help budding athletes to build tomorrow’s sports legacies. A cricket stimulator like Vibo will always hone your batting skills and get exposure to different bowling styles. Improve and polish your batting methods and become the best professional cricketer only with Topscore’s Vibo – the stellar cricket bowling machine in India!

 

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