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Pro Tech Flat Sheets

Our customers have advised that their ground staff more often than not, want a lighter weight cover that may be handled by just one person, but a cover that will also allow the grass to breathe and thus promoting growth.

To meet these needs Stuart Canvas developed the Pro Tech Cricket Cover.

Purchased previously by Lords , Warwickshire CCC , Eton College , Hampshire CCC , Leicestershire CCC , Tonbridge School , Millfield School and Sussex CCC amongst many others.

Care and Maintenance

View our care and maintenance guide to ensure you get the best out of your Flat Sheets.

Click here to view: Flat Sheet Maintenance & Care pdf

Please note, as with all our flat sheets, if they are not treated with respect and care and stored away dry, damage may occur.

Main Benefits of a Pro Tech Cricket Cover:

• Lightweight material 165gsm
• Easy to handle with a minimum of ground staff required
• Breathable
• Allows sunlight through
• Promotes grass growth
• Maintains a constant temperature underneath the cover , thus reducing the amount of condensation
• UV stabilised
• Reinforced hems and grab handles
• All covers are made to measure to suit customers bespoke requirements
• Pro Tech Cricket Cover may be left on the ground for a period of days
• Competitive pricing


We have a variety of pegs available to suit every ground and budget which can be purchased from our shop.


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