We've made carrying training balls easy for coaches in 2019 with the Gray-Nicolls Ball Bag. An essential for anyone running a training session, the ball bag makes storing and transporting cricket balls simple.
The Gray-Nicolls Ball Bag carries up to forty cricket balls at any one time, ensuring you have sufficient numbers to run effective fielding drills or throw down sessions. It is a lightweight bag that is highly durable, with a robust yet comfortable shoulder strap.
If you are a cricket coach, then you'll know the pain of trying to move multiple balls from one place to another. The Gray-Nicolls Ball Bag makes it easy – it's an essential item for all coaches.
- Lightweight and durable carrying option for coaches
- Holds up to 40 balls for effective coaching sessions
Every UK order from Gray-Nicolls gets FREE shipping.
All orders place by December 20th will be despatched by us. Unfortunately this does not guarantee that it will be delivered in time for Christmas due to factors outside of our control. To ensure delivery we recommend ordering as early as possible.
UK customers get FAST & FREE shipping via UPS or DPD - usually with you in 2 working days.
Rates for international shipments vary depending on country. See our delivery page for more information
We offer FREE Returns for UK customers. Simply use our self service tool to generate a return label and drop it off at your local UPS drop-off (thousands across the UK)
We offer a 30 day window to return your product.
Customers from other countries - please see our returns page for more information.
What people say about their Gray-Nicolls bags
“Function, ergonomics and aesthetics are the guiding design principles that underpin the development of the Gray-Nicolls luggage range.”
“I use Gray-Nicolls because I am very confident in receiving great quality kit- each bit is designed thoroughly”
“With mulit-pocketed systems; practically considered layouts; tough anti-scuff materials; and a range of styles to choose from, the collection is united by function, and set apart by form.”