Indoor cricket is a variation of standard cricket. It was developed in Perth, Western Australia, in the late 1970s. It is suitable for cricketers and novices alike, and played year-round. Indoor cricket is played on a rectangular, artificial grass-surfaced court. The court is enclosed in tightly tensioned netting, including a 4m high 'ceiling'. Courts are usually constructed in factory units or purpose-built centres.
A game is played with two teams, each with a maximum of eight players. Indoor cricket uses a softer ball than a regulation cricket ball.
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