Indoor Cricket is an increasingly popular version of Cricket. It is played with a full-sized pitch, but on a rectangular court completely surrounded by strong, tensioned netting. International Test Matches are played regularly, and the Indoor Cricket World Cup is contested every two years. Countries which have contested the World Cup are Australia, New Zealand, United Kingdom, South Africa, Zimbabwe, and India. Indoor Cricket is also played to varying degrees in the United Arab Emirates, Namibia, Trinidad, Sri Lanka, Canada, and Papua New Guinea.
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Concerned mainly with an Indoor Cricket side based in Edenvale, South Africa, with news, information and statistics on the team and its players. Contains a brief history and description of Indoor Cricket in South Africa.
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