Below is a size guide to help you with your selections.

Please note this is an estimated guide only to the approximate fit. This in no way constitutes an assurance of sizes, nor a measure that may be used in cases of dispute. This guide is published as an assistance, not an alternative, to actually trying on sizing samples.

Cricket Bat Size Guide: 

The size suited to an individual is mainly determined by height, however it will depend on personal preferences such as weight and pick-up. It is important that juniors do not use a bat which is too big for them.

Size of bat Length of bat Typical Height Typical Age
Size 0 26 inches up to 4ft Under 5
Size 1 27 inches 4ft - 4ft 3in 4-5
Size 2 28 inches 4ft 3in - 4ft 6in 6-7
Size 3 29 inches 4ft 6in - 4ft 9in 8
Size 4 30 inches 4ft 9in - 4ft 11in 9-10
Size 5 31 inches 4ft 11in - 5ft 2in 10-12
Size 6 32 inches 5ft 2in - 5ft 4in 12-13
Harrow 33 inches 5ft 4in - 5ft 8in 13-15
Short Handle 33.5 inches 5ft 8in - 6ft 4in 15+
Long Handle 34.5 inches 6ft 4in and over 15+



Cricket Pads Size Guide:

The size suited to an individual is mainly determined by height. The sizes given below is the distance between the middle of the knee roll and the instep.

Size of pads Knee roll to instep size Typical Height Typical Age
Small Boys 30 - 32 cm up to 4ft 6in 6 - 9
Boys 32 - 35 cm 4ft 6in - 5ft 9 - 12
Youths 36 - 38 cm 5ft - 5ft 7in 12 - 15
Mens 39 - 43 cm 5ft 7in and above 15+



Cricket Gloves Size Guide:

Size of gloves Typical Height Typical Age
Small Boys up to 4ft 6in 6 - 9
Boys 4ft 6in - 5ft 9 - 12
Youths 5ft - 5ft 7in 12 - 15
Mens 5ft 7in and above 15+



Clothing Size Guide:

Size of clothing Waist Size Chest Size
Small Boys 22 22/24
Boys 24 26/28
Youths 26 30/32
Small 28/30 34/36
Medium 30/32 38/40
Large 34/35 42
X Large 36/38 44
XX Large 38/40 46
XXX Large 42/44 48
XXXX Large 46/48 50

Hockey Stick Size Guide...

For many years the standard length of an international stick was 36”. Today the normal length for international sticks has increased to 36.5”. There is also a recent trend for even longer sticks, up to 38”, to be used.

Selecting the right length of stick is vitally important if all the skills of hockey are to be developed and performed well. In general, your height determines what length of stick you should use. However there are some benefits in selecting the longest stick that you can control. The more skillful player may want the benefits of extra reach and better vision that longer sticks can offer.

Junior Lengths...

A lot of children play with sticks that are far too long, one of the main reasons is that it looks "cool" to play with a senior stick. However playing with the wrong size of stick will negatively affect the hitting performance due to the length and mass of the head not being in balance. One should look for a Junior stick which has a "full size" (senior) head.

The main points are:
Does the stick feel comfortable?
Is it pressing into my tummy or am I having to bend too low and damage my back?
Can my hands control the head of the stick when I swing to hit the ball or is the head of the stick dominating my hands?

As a rough guide, we would recommend the following:

Player Height Stick Length
Below 4 ft 30 inch
4ft - 4ft 7in 32 inch
4ft '7in - 5ft 34 inch
5ft - 5ft 4in 36 inch
5ft 4in - 6ft 2in 36.5 inch
6ft 2in - 6ft 5in 37.5 inch
Above 6ft 5in 38 inch


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