The introduction of the cricket ball was started in Sialkot in the early 20th century, when 1 of the balls used by an English Deputy Commissioner who played cricket. The cricket ball split and he sent the ball to be repaired. Upon collecting his ball, he received a newly fixed one, plus a brand-new replica one, that was the foundation of the cricket ball manufacturing in Sialkot, Pakistan. With the passing of 100 years, the unit is now making 800-900 cricket balls a day and is the biggest in Pakistan. Presently all the modern technology is used to develop a cricket ball to the optimal standard. Each ball is checked individually according to the criteria drawn out by the British Standard. The balls are checked at the final stage to ensure the best quality performance and finish. Lords stock a large quantity of various grades for immediately shipping. Special prices are available for cricket league & organisations along with sponsorship.