Transform any surface into a Cricket pitch with the Flicx Pitch – now back in full stock after we unloaded our latest container from South Africa. Sales have exceeded expectations this season already with orders being sent out on a weekly basis to the UK and overseas nations trying to grow the game of Cricket. Our junior pitches and batting ends have been particularly popular – with clubs able, quickly, easily and cost effectively to roll out some Flicx mats onto the outfield to enable multi junior games to take place at the same time. This set up was demonstrated recently at Brixworth CC for the Devon Malcolm Chance 2 Shine fundraising event.
In addition with the ashes fast approaching – why not transform your own back garden into your own Lords with one of our home academies. Just construct a net around it and host your own ashes party on a great wicket, that produces a fantastic bounce.
To place an order simply contact us on 01295 816765 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Flicx UK were delighted to here about how the Flicx Pitch recently purchased by Westholme School, an independent single sex school for girls and boys aged 2 to 18 in Lancashire, was rolled out to celebrate the retirement of legendary principal Mrs Croston. We thank the school for sharing these great action shots with us…
Mrs Croston’s Family Fun Day which was held on Sunday 23rd June. It was to celebrate her retirement and in recognition of her service to our school – over a quarter of a century!
Cricket at Westholme School
To the schools
Speaking about the day Anna Gilda commented “The cricket pitch was great for people to play on on Sunday, Our Principal Mrs Croston, had a wonderful weekend.” The pitch had been recently purchased by the school from Flicx UK customers, Stellar Sports.
Mrs Croston was clearly held in high esteem by past and present pupils alike who returned to the school for the weekend with one tweeting
Cricket fans might be interested to read a piece in the latest issue of Sports Insight Magazine examining cultural differences between the English and Australian cricket markets written by Crispin Andrews.
Sports Insight Magazine
The piece features comment from Flicx UK’s managing director Richard Beghin and our Australian distributor Paul Gilchrist. The article covers traditions, funding differences and our how our cultures impact on the retail market for a product such as the Flicx Pitch ahead of an ashes summer.