Notts Sport is passionate about the grass roots game and has completed thousands of successful artificial pitch projects in the UK and worldwide. If your club or school is considering a new-build match pitch or practice area – or refurbishing existing facilities – the company’s experts can survey your grounds and offer an individually tailored proposal at no cost.
Non-Turf Match Pitches - Notts Sport’s ECB approved non-turf match pitches offer different pace, bounce and spin characteristics. Systems can be tailored toward ‘starter pitches’ for young players, through to a facility for 1st XI matchplay.
Non-Turf Practice Areas - If you’re considering creating or refurbishing a multi-lane practice area, Notts Sport can provide practice lanes with a choice of cage and netting, layout configuration, pace, bounce and spin characteristics to suit players of all ages and abilities. Perimeter fencing is an additional option available.
Start the ball rolling! - Whatever your needs, use Notts Sport’s Design & Advisory Service to assist with facility design, funding avenues and project management – and get your non-turf cricket project underway today!
Following the initial specification meeting, Notts Sport tailor their proposals to match your individual needs based on the 5 key categories below.
• Users - Are you looking to cater for a specific section of the club, a wide range of ages and abilities, practice or match play? We’ll help you pick the right product.
• Performance - Notts Sport’s expert understanding of how cricket pitches perform means its systems can be matched to your precise needs.
• Lifespan - It’s vitally important that the chosen system meets agreed longevity expectations.
• Maintenance - How much time and resource can you give to pitch maintenance? Notts Sport will make sure your finished non-turf cricket facility meets aftercare expectations.
• Cost - Notts Sport identifies likely capital costs as part of the specification process, as well as advising on maintenance and future replacement – and even identifying sources of grant-aid funding.