The Bat Blind Cricket is played with any normal cricket bat.
The Ball Blind Cricket in the UK is played with a size three football which contains a set amount of tiny carbon balls to produce sound. The ball is highly visible as well as audible & is small enough that junior players can use it without difficulty.
Blind Cricket Ball
The Stumps Blind Cricket stumps are both wider and taller than those used in sighted cricket, they are also brightly coloured and don’t have removeable bails. The stumps can be orange but are more usually white. They are 35 inches high and 10 inches wide. They can be used indoors or outdoors as they are free standing, not driven into the ground.
Blind Cricket Stumps
The Boundary Markings For blind cricket matches two forms of boundary marking are usually used, either a boundary rope or brightly coloured boundary marker disks, we would recommend using yellow markers if you haven’t got a boundary rope. White markers are discouraged as low sighted players may mistake them for the ball when fielding.
How to purchase equipment
Bats, Boundary Markers and Boundary Ropes can be purchased from any cricket supplier.