Colchester-based Cloudfm celebrated the naming rights sponsorship of Essex County Cricket Club’s county ground with a really well organized corporate cricket event. The full first team Essex Squad, including former England captain Alastair Cook, went along to the CloudFM headquarters in Colchester where they met with the staff – and pitted their skills against a cricket simulator. The event was thoroughly enjoyed by all and created a lot of buzz on twitter too. You can read more about the event at here
https://youtu.be/58YKGsvbVQ0 As mentioned on the day, we rent our cricket simulators for corporate entertainment, team building as well as any events you may be organizing for friends, family or societies you are part of. Please feel free to forward our details to anyone you may feel is interested as well or use the contact form at the bottom of this page to get in touch directly.Cricketers warmed up for a summer of exciting cricket to be hosted in England by taking on iconic bowlers on the BATFAST Cricket Simulator at the All Out Cricket Live Show at Lords Cricket Ground.
BATFAST CRICKET SIMULATORS AT THE INTERNATIONAL CONFEX 2017 Londoners warmed up for a summer of exciting cricket to be hosted in England by taking on iconic bowlers on the BATFAST Cricket Simulator at the International CONFEX Show in the Kensignton Olympia. You can now watch your videos at the bottom of the blog. Be sure to download them and share them on social media with your friends and family (using the #BATFASTCC) if you feel were any good :).
On 9th March 2016, we welcomed 5 of Watford Town’s finest young men to take on the BATFAST CLUB cricket challenge. The club challenge is a simple fun competition where 5 people with any cricketing experience form a team and look to set a score that will be used to compete with other teams. As each ball delivered is tailored to each batsman’s unique skill level, the challenge is played on a level playing field. To find out more about how BATFAST can help your club read there club brochure.
Last week we explored the need for innovation in the cricket industry and how it could help regenerate the game in the UK. This week, we explore what the market forecast for cricket looks like and shed some light to see if the size of the market is sufficient enough to attract business and innovation.
The ECB is actively debating a reduction in the amount of Test cricket in an English summer - down from seven Tests to as low as five - to make room for a more integrated professional structure which could see England players performing in a restyled T20 competition. In a wide-ranging review, where nothing is seen as sacrosanct, a return to three-day first-class cricket and a single-division County Championship is also on the table for discussion.