Cricket Wicket

Collection of measured elevation and plan drawings of a Cricket Wicket labeled with height, width, depth, and details

The Cricket Wicket refers to the three stumps composed of wood, secured into the ground and spaced such that a cricket ball would not pass through them. The stumps form the wicket with their top having two pieces of wood called bails. In a cricket game, two wickets opposite each other are planted at the center of the ground. The bowler attacks the stumps while a batsman defends. These three vertical posts hold the bails and are divided into off stump, middle stump, and leg stump. Stumping or being stumped or taking a wicket means to dismiss a batsman. Stumps can also be a term used to end the day's play.

Cricket Wickets have a stump height of 28” (71.12 cm) and width of 9” (22.86 cm). The three stumps of the wicket have diameters between 1.375”-1.5” (34.9-38.1 mm). The pair of bails set on top of the stumps have lengths of 4.375” (111.13 mm) with a maximum height above the stump of .5” (12.7 mm).


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28” | 71.12 cm
9” | 22.86 cm
1.375”-1.5” | 34.9-38.1 mm (Stump Diameter)

Bail Height: .5” | 12.7 mm (max above stump)
Bail Length: 4.375” | 111.13 mm
Barrel Length: 2.125” | 53.98 mm
Long Spigot: 1.375” | 34.93 mm
Short Spigot: .8125” | 20.64 mm
Materials: Wooden stumps and bails



Drawings include:
Cricket Wicket front elevation, side, top, front (players)

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Cricket is a team sport where players on a field take turns to bat and bowl, and attempt to score runs. Cricket began in the mid 14th century England in natural clearings. Two teams of 11 players attempt to hit a ball around an oval field, and run to one or past all three stumps to score a run.