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Upfront Windball

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      30.08.2009 22:11
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      A useless cricket ball! This ball is very light and very hard. Called a windball for some reason, i'm not quite sure why. When bowling with it its easily guided by a breeze and is usually to light to even get it 22yds to the other end. Also this ball is too hard to play wihtout pads on as it really does hurt and mark your legs hands and whatever it hits however no ponit in using pads as then a cricket ball would be better. The ball costs about £4-5, similar to nay other cricket ball/ training ball. I would recommend using an incrediball or tennis ball for practice over this type of ball as they are softer but still give a realistic feeling when bowling and batting. Another warning is DO NOT use this ball with a wooden cricket bat, it severely damages the willow leaving marks where the plastic lumps, mean tto be a seam, hit the bat and leave indentations. The ball can also crack willow as is too hard.

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