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Group Managing Director

Kookaburra


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www.floodlightz.com

Brett Elliot, group managing director of Kookaburra Sport, the manufacturer of the pink ball, also said "We have already opened a factory in Meerut where we are working on balls suitable for subcontinent conditions.


studio2online.co.uk [cached]

Brett Elliot, Managing Director of Kookaburra, commented:


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Brett Elliott, Kookaburra


www.t20.com

The managing director of Kookaburra, Brett Elliot, has suggested that the pink ball is all set to make its Test debut.
According to Elliot, the 'pink ball' is virtually the same as the red and white ball, but with an additional dye to make the ball brighter whilst increasing swing bowling.


www.hindustantimes.com

Pink balls ready for day-night Tests, says Kookaburra chief Elliot
"The Kookaburra turf pink ball has been extensively tested over the past five years by the MCC, ECB, CA, and I believe the ball is ready for an international Test match," Kookaburra managing director Brett Elliot was quoted as saying by the Sydney Morning Herald. He added, "We have also supplied a number of other ICC members like CSA (Cricket South Africa) and WICB (West Indies), and have been equally happy with its performances at domestic level." Brett Elliot


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