#AskAsh Episode 7 | Transporting and Storing a 2G Flicx Pitch

Transporting and Storing a 2G Flicx Pitch

Transporting and Storing a 2G Flicx Pitch is the topic in episode seven of #AskAsh, as we roll out a pitch at Cropredy Cricket Club and cover best practice setting up your temporary cricket surface.

In order to get maximum performance and longevity from your 2G Flicx Pitch, follow this advice in the demonstration. The 2G Flicx Pitch is the world’s most versatile, portable cricket wicket … you can use it indoors or outdoors, for hard or soft ball cricket for senior or junior cricket. Each 2G Flicx Match Pitch is supplied in two 1/2 pitch rolls which means you can also use your Flicx Pitch in the nets or as a batting end on your outfield. Take a look at this episode of #AskAsh which shows you how to use a 2G Flicx Pitch covering HOW TO Move, Roll Out and Store the world’s most versatile, portable cricket pitch…

WATCH #AskAsh Episode 7 – Transporting and Storing a 2G Flicx Pitch

A complete list of the #AskAsh vlogs

  • Episode 13 | Growing Cricket in Schools with the Surrey Cricket Foundation (Click Here)
  • Episode 12 | 2G Flicx Pitch big hits of 2018 (Click Here)
  • Episode 11 | How to get your 2G Flicx Pitch to flatten more quickly (Click Here)
  • Episode 10 | Clipping a 2G Flicx Pitch together (Click Here)
  • Episode 9 | Fundraising and Cricket Uruguay (Click Here)
  • Episode 8 | How long does a 2G Flicx Pitch last? (Click Here)
  • Episode 7 | Transporting and Storing a 2G Flicx Pitch (Click Here)
  • Episode 6 | Wicketz Community Cricket Program (Click Here)
  • Episode 5 | Your logo printed on a cricket pitch! (Click Here)
  • Episode 4 | Coaching Cricket on the 2G Flicx Skills Pitch (Click Here)
  • Episode 3 | Preparing your ground for the new Cricket season (Click Here)
  • Episode 2 | Ideas to boost junior cricket participation (Click Here)
  • Episode 1 | How to use the 2G Flicx Pitch for Indoor Winter Nets (Click Here)

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