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Attach two 8-foot PVC pipes to one of the 12-foot PVC pipes using two elbow fittings and PVC cement. The result will be a short U shape.
Attach the remaining three 12-foot PVC pipes together using two elbow fittings and PVC cement. The result will be a tall U shape.
Attach the two U-shaped assemblies together using two elbow fittings and PVC cement. The short U shape is the horizontal base; the tall U shape is the upright frame. The finished result will resemble a bookend
Cut strips of poultry netting and stretch them across the frame, fastening them with nylon cable ties. You'll find poultry netting packaged in rolls that are 3 feet in width. Cut lengths of the netting to stretch horizontally across the frame, leaving them in the standard width. Start at the top and work down along the back of the tall frame, creating a netted pocket. Overlap the strips by about 8 inches.
Position the net so that no houses, automobiles or high-traffic areas are behind it. Errant balls can be unpredictable and dangerous.
Secure the net by placing one 50-lb bag of sand on top of each leg of the practice net's base.