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Cricket Drop-In Nets


Cricket Drop-In Nets

  • Drop In Cricket Nets
  • Drop In Cricket Nets
  • Cricket Drop-In Nets
  • Cricket Drop-In Nets
  • Cricket Drop-In Nets
  • Cricket Drop-In Nets
  • Cricket Drop-In Nets
  • Cricket Drop-In Nets
Heavy duty drop-in cricket cage nets. Sides, roof & back all pre-sewn, giving one complete cricket net enclosure. Range of sizes available. *20 x 8 x 8 In Stock 13/05/2016*
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Special Price £80.99

Regular Price: £101.99

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Complete Cricket Net Enclosures

For the perfect fit, our drop-in nets feature pre-joined sides, roof and back pieces, offering a fully enclosed solution for all cages. Our nets are made to the highest specifications, with the best level of manufacture, whilst still ensuring a fantastically competitive price.

  • Size Range (L x W x H): 8ft x 8ft x 8ft (2.4m x 2.4m x 2.4m) to 70ft x 14ft x 12ft (21.3m x 4.2m x 3.6m).
  • 2mm HDPE twine.
  • 48mm mesh.
  • Salvaged edge on the top and bottom, to offer greater durability and a professional finish.
  • Knotted method of construction.
  • UV stabilised for outdoor use.
  • Colour: black.

  • If you require alternative sizes, we can manufacture custom made cage nets to meet your specifications. Please contact us on 01691 683807 or email sales@networldcricket.
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    Do the drop in nets come with poles?

    Sean Hubbard

    Hi Sean, Thank you for your question. This listing is for the netting only, this is used for the purpose of people who have existing frame work or who are looking to hang the netting. For our full range of Cricket cages with framework can be seen here: https://www.networldsports.com.au/cricket/cricket-cages.html Many thanks, Tom