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I am going to have a go at making my own cricket set, what are the dimensions of the wickets?

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Stumps or wickets are supposed to be roughly 28 inches high and should be placed in a row of about 9 inches apart. You should have two sets of three with 2 bails that rest on the top of the wickets.

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