Summer may be drawing to a close, with the shorter autumn evenings just around the corner, but this should not put a damper on playing cricket. After all, the summer has not seen the kindest weather for the game, with several county championships and Division One games being called off without even a ball being bowled. Since June, twelve full days have been cancelled due to torrential downpours, effecting games across all divisions. For a small friendly game though, or even practicing at a local club, it is always a good idea to get the right cricket kit that will see you through wet conditions.
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When it comes to choosing the right clothes for a game of cricket there are lots of factors to take into account. As the evenings start to pull in and the weather turns colder, it is important to get the right cricket clothing that will make the most of your natural body heat. Luckily there are plenty of training tops that are both functional and fashionable. With a water repellent, breathable ‘Micro Fibre’ shell, training tops can help to enhance your performance and protect you from the elements. Fully lined and with a concealed hood. These tops can help you whether some of the rougher conditions autumn will bring.
The autumn does not have to be a washout for cricket players. Get the right equipment and you can make the most of the last sunny evenings.
This guest blog post is written by Webmaster of 3dsports.co.uk, offering Cricket kit and cricket clothing services!