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Balls for nets, sub 10

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shentser:

--- Quote from: cobweb1510 on September 01, 2021, 05:28:01 PM ---As a total novice in buying balls, what is it about these balls that make them a definate bat breaker. Is there some kind of certification to look out for that makes them a "league" ball?

I want to buy my son some new balls for nets.

Cheers

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I also suggest you try  these
https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/265146485537?hash=item3dbbf64b21:g:r1YAAOSwqNxczFoM
we are using them in 40 over games and they are fine .

frooper11:

--- Quote from: shentser on September 01, 2021, 06:57:44 PM ---I also suggest you try  these
https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/265146485537?hash=item3dbbf64b21:g:r1YAAOSwqNxczFoM
we are using them in 40 over games and they are fine .

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Yep, same. On our 3rd lot of these and they are spot on.

Kulli:

--- Quote from: shentser on September 01, 2021, 06:57:44 PM ---I also suggest you try  these
https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/265146485537?hash=item3dbbf64b21:g:r1YAAOSwqNxczFoM
we are using them in 40 over games and they are fine .

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Can confirm those are ace for a tenner a pop.

cobweb1510:
Thanks to everyone that replied. I'd actually seen those before, and have bitten the bullet and bought half a dozen.

However my question was a little broader than that- how can I tell which are good/bad ones before purchase? They all look the same to me! One poster definitively stated that one set of balls was poor- was this from experience of using them, or are there things to look for- good or bad? There was also a reference to "league" balls.

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