Batfast Cricket Simulator at Queen\s Street Party

On the 23rd June 2017, Batfast travelled to the Thame High Street in Oxford to be a part of the glorious ‘Sports in the Street event. The event was held by the Manoj Parmar Cricket Academy.

Despite the cloudy and rainy forecast, the fans of the sport did not disappoint with their presence as they came out in numbers to cheer the young lads who played gully (street) cricket.

The Batfast cricket simulator:

The Batfast simulator was one of the many attractions of the day. Kids and adults alike were eager to play on the simulator despite the hit and miss kind of weather.

With the ability to adjust the ball’s speed from a low of 30mph to 75mph, alter the line, length and the swing of the ball as well, everybody was given chance to experience cricket like never before.

We are very pleased with everyone’s positive feedback and glad you all had a great day. We are also grateful to have been a part of such an incredible event that brought joy to the faces of many and will help to increase the participation in sport.

Videos from the event:

Attached to the blog is the video footage from the event, waiting to be shared with your friends and family. We had a wonderful time setting the simulator up for you and hope you had a good experience on our simulator. We also hope that you would like to have a go on our simulator once again, soon.

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