The Eye-In™ cricket practice device has combined the age-old practice technique of the cricket ball in one of Mums' old stockings with the golf ball and stump technique used by crickets greatest ever batsman, Sir Donald Bradman.
Using our innovative clip system which allows the user to easily change between cricket ball and golf ball, combined with the quality Eye-In™ training bat, the Eye-In™ will help players of all ages and ability to improve their game.
An extra benefit is the fact that the user can take his Eye-In™ training bat into the nets for technique practice with somebody throwing cricket balls to him.
Due to copyright laws, the rare Bradman footage cannot be displayed on this website. Original footage of the great Don Bradman is contained within the DVD which is included in the Eye-In package.
All top coaches will agree that having the correct size equipment is crucial especially for junior players.
Bat Sizing (Using Players Height):
PLEASE NOTE - BAT SIZES ARE AN APPROXIMATION ONLY
Full Size /Short Handle - 1.75m & over
Small Adult/Academy - 1.68m - 1.75m
Harrow - 1.63m - 1.68m
6 - 1.57m - 1.63m
5 - 1.50m - 1.57m
4 - 1.44m - 1.5m
3 - 1.37m - 1.44m
2 - 1.29m - 1.37m
1 - 1.22m - 1.29m
0 - 1.10m - 1.22m
00 - Up to 1.10m
Too often junior players use bats that are too big for them. Bats that are too long prevent the bat being picked up correctly as the top of the handle gets in the way.
PLEASE NOTE - GLOVE SIZES ARE AN APPROXIMATION ONLY
6-8 Years - XS Junior
8-10 Years - Small Junior
10-12 Years - Junior
12-14 Years - Youths
15 Years and Above - Medium or Adult
It is important that gloves have a nice snug fit. If they are too loose the palm will bunch up and cause discomfort and they will wear out prematurely. With gloves it is acceptable to allow up to 10mm (1cm) of extra room at the end of the fingers.
PLEASE NOTE - PAD SIZES ARE AN APPROXIMATION ONLY
Using Players Height -
120-135cm - XS Junior
130-145cm - Small Junior
140-155cm - Junior
150-165cm - Youths
170cm + - Medium or Adult
Pads are probably the most difficult to fit correctly. There is only limited room for error, and pads need to be fitted correctly to allow for a good amount of movement - There's nothing worse than being caught short on a quick single!! Ideally your knee should be centered in the knee roll and the "top hat" should not get in the way when playing your shots - particularly front foot shots.
With so many different brands of helmets available, it is important to check the circumference measurements within the different brand and helmets styles. To select the correct size, measure the circumference around the cap line (where a cap would sit). Most of our listed helmets will have a cm measurement guide to follow.
Clothing Sizes Guide: