There are no specific rules about the size of a sight screen. However, the majority of sight screens which you will see in amateur grounds are around 4.5m by 4.25m. In professional cricket they can be much larger and many stadiums, such as the Sydney Cricket Ground have screens which are over 200 meters squared (36m x 6m).
Small or thin text. Limit unbranded time and space. Due to common cricket camera angles, the right most 300px of the sight screen is seen in close-up often. Consider having a smaller logo, or other key component of your content on the right of your designs to make the most of this.
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In cricket, a sight screen is an apparatus, often comprising wooden or poly-carbonate slats, or cloth sheeting, on a large frame made of wood or another material, that is positioned alongside the cricket field to provide the batsmen a clear view of the bowler's deliveries, such that distractions including spectators do not disturb the batsman.
JMS Sight Sceens JMS CRICKET developed their sightscreen as a maintenance free product. In 2006 it will come in one size only, 4.5m tall x 4m wide.
Cj Sports supplier a range of cricket sights screens in various materials and dimensions: Timber Sight Screen Sizes 3 x 3 / 3.6 x 3 / 3.6 x 3.6 / 4.2 x 3 / 4.2 x 3.6
Long-Lasting Cricket Sight Screen Mesh Measured To Your Specific Requirements . Whether you’re a school with 1 or 2 sight screens, or a fully-fledged club with a number of visual aids for batsmen, our extra durable replacement sight screen mesh is the easiest and most cost-effective way to give your players a professional playing environment.
The Durant Cricket standard polypropylene sight screens are made from galvanised metal, with 4.5m high frames. You can choose from either a 4m or 5m wide sight screen. Overlaps are also available so you can put more than one sight screen together with no gap in the middle.
The Australian designed Cricket sight screen consists of a low-profile post and rail track with white mesh screen panels. Each screen carriage is 1.5m wide equating to 7.5m width (span) and height of 6.0m. The screens can be easily rolled into position – one at a time.