Buying a new wicket cover for your cricket club or school? ABGAL cricket pitch covers can be supplied in one piece, or in modules with special overlap joins that are fully waterproof. Be it a practice wicket at a primary school, or a cover for an international test, ABGAL can make a cover to suit your club's needs and budget.
ABGAL have been manufacturing quality cricket covers for Australian clubs, and exporting to other cricketing nations since 1976. From the Gabba in Brisbane to Melbourne's MCG, right through to local clubs and schools, covers are available as custom made to suit, or in a range of standard sizes and finishes.
Need a pitch cover in a hurry? We have a number of pre-made cricket wicket covers, packed and ready to go for immediate despatch. These covers can not be altered in any way. Same day pick up available at no extra charge for anyone in the Brisbane / Logan / Gold Coast area, or we can quote on freight – just let us know which postcode you need delivery to.
To buy one of these covers now, you can phone us on 07 3803 9000 (during business hours), or send us an email.
PRE-MADE CRICKET COVER SIZES *Prices include GST but exclude freight
We also have old stock (white /silver) of 25 x 6 covers reduced to clear at just $600 each.
ABGAL uses only specialist cricket cover fabrics, designed for ease of handling. Most cricket covers are made using SuperDry PE, (as preferred by the GABBA), but for a more flexible cover which literally 'hugs' the ground, you can opt to have a cover made using SuperDry PVC.
All our pitch covers come standard with our 'Groundsman' Hem (welded hem and eyelets 1.2m apart), but there are alternative hem styles and Cricket Pitch Cover Finishes to choose from.
A cover can be custom made to suit your club needs - any size, shape and finish.
You may be surprised, but many professional Curators use re-cycled valve stems from a car wrecker to peg a pitch cover down! They are the perfect shape, plus they are strong and long lasting. Plastic pegs from a camping outlet are also suitable, but we do not recommend the use of tent pegs, as they may damage the fabric.