A professional cricket facility suitable for players of all levels.
Whether your school, club or local government facility needs a wicket replaced or the full construction of a new synthetic cricket facility, Grassports Australia can offer full project management from start to finish.
With over 45 years industry experience, all Grassports facilities are installed by trained technicians.
Introducing our exclusive new cricket wicket training innovation!
- Assist coaching
- Help improve player and team performance
- The latest initiative in cricket coaching and player performance
- Impressive colourful appearance
- Suitable for beginners to advanced athletes
- Clearly and permanently marked areas on the pitch
- Patented, exclusive to Grassports Australia
These unique features mean that players can see where the ball bounces increasing the accuracy of bowlers more quickly than on a regular pitch.
New Australian Innovation Patent No. 2016101718.
Synthetic grass types
Grassports Centurion is Australian made. A BioBased PE, it is the first synthetic turf with filaments made from over 60% regrowable raw materials. New and innovative, the even, multidirectional surface is laid in one piece to provide a consistent true bounce and superior performance.
9mm Shield All Rounder is a strong, reliable pitch designed to stand the test of time promoting medium pace and bounce.
- Exclusive cricket wicket training system
- Standard cricket wickets
- Centre wickets
- Construction of batting cages including concrete slab, fencing, draw curtains and surface install
- Supply and installation of new wickets
- Supply and installation of replacement wickets
- Repair and maintenance service
Recent works include:
- City of Whittlesea - Lalor Recreation Reserve
- Oakleigh Cricket Club - Warrawee Park Practice Facility
- Manningham City Council - Schramms Reserve, Doncaster
- East Malvern-Tooronga Cricket Club
- Brimbank City Council, Lionheart Reserve Cricket Nets, Taylors Lakes
- St Peters Lutheran School, Queensland
- Scotch College, Victoria
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