Cricket nets and cricket cages with netting are an ideal way for a keen cricketer to work on their batting or bowling in a safe and protected environment and they are used at both professional and amateur levels. A cricket net means that less time is spent fetching balls and more time can be spent practising, resulting in better, more effective sessions, and the best possible experience during training.
We have a range of options available to suit different budgets and requirements. Sturdy poles and tough netting can easily absorb the impact of shorts which means that players can practice without risking damage to either the net or any surrounding structures. Cricket nets may also be paired with a cricket bowling machine for a great solo training session.
Garden Cricket Net
There are many options that make for a suitable garden cricket net and enable keen cricketers to practice at home. Garden cricket nets are designed to be small enough for use in a more restricted space, with a net length often between 3 and 5 metres. Many cricket nets designed for garden use are also portable or popup versions, which can quickly and easily be put up and taken down, meaning they are not in the way when not in use. Garden cricket nets are just the thing to keep balls contained and prevent them from being hit out of your garden. They also stop any unwanted damage to your garden and plants, as well as protecting your house, windows or any other buildings or structures.
Popular Cricket Nets
Here is some additional information about some of our most popular cricket nets.
Although equally suitable for school or club use, the GS5 Cricket Net is a hugely popular option for use in the garden. It is a strong yet lightweight cricket net with a shaped metal frame and a front curtain to stop forward shots. It measures 5m long by 3m wide by 3m high.
The Feed Buddy Garden Cricket Net is the same size and a similar design to the GS5 net. It has fibre glass poles and adjustable ropes with steel pegs to keep it secure when in use. The Feed Buddy cricket net can be used fully enclosed, fully open, or half closed.
The Quick Hit 8x8 Hitting Net can be used for cricket or golf and measures 2.4m by 2.4m. The compact nature of this net means that it can be used even in much smaller spaces than a fully enclosed batting net and easily absorbs the power of the shot.
The V Pro Elite Cricket Practice Net is not just suitable for outdoor use, but also for indoor! The strong steel frame forms a netted 'V' section into which the attached ball can be struck repeatedly.
The Home Ground Back Stop Cricket Net is a 2.1m x 2.1m section of net. It can be used as a backstop net / wicket keeper or simply to bowl or bat into. It’s a small enough size to be suitable for most gardens.