Case Study - Cage

Flicx an official supplier to Cage Cricket

Cage Cricket is a unique adaptation of the traditional form, bringing to the game those who are currently excluded from the traditionally established game on the grounds of cost to participate, the lack of required ability, not having the sufficient numbers of people to play and manage a game, or the deficient requirement of sufficient space.

It is not designed as a threat to the traditional game, but a parallel means of bringing future generations to the game. It is based upon a format of training employed by the great Sir Don Bradman and requires players to place the ball rather than merely striking it as hard as possible.

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The Cage complete with a 2G Flicx strip was initially erected at the Ageas Bowl in August 2013 and officially opened by Sir Ian Botham on September 16th. It proved a huge  sucess with the Hampshire Cricket fans and saw constant usage during matches and events alike. It was particularly in demand during the Internationals where the queue to try out Cage Cricket was never less than twenty deep. Make sure if you’re at the Ageas Bowl this Summer you pay it a visit and try out this exciting new sport.

Cage Cricket February 20, 2014