Masuri’s TrueFit 3D-PRO helmet rollout continues across the cricketing sphere as 2023 comes to a close. See below the key highlights in Australia from the new helmet technology rollout so far:
The WBBL & BBL saw the Hobart Hurricanes male and female squads fitted and wearing their new custom helmets for the tournament, as part of a wider partnership with Cricket Tasmania that sees their contracted players provided with TrueFit 3D technology this season.
The new helmets were also on show for a range of other players across both tournaments, including Heather Knight, Zak Crawley, Alice Capsey, Joe Clarke, Josh Philippe, Glenn Maxwell, Moises Henriques, Chris Lynn and Maitlan Brown.
Cricket Victoria has also provided their squads with access to the new TF3D technology in partnership with Masuri, which saw the Men’s team fitted and wearing them in the last Sheffield Shield match before the BBL break, whilst the female squad have been fitted ahead of this week’s WNCL matches in Melbourne.
As the Australian international summer of cricket kicks off against Pakistan, the new TF3D-PRO helmets can be seen being worn by Usman Khawaja, Pat Cummins, Alex Carey, Mitchell Starc, Nathan Lyon, Josh Hazlewood and Scott Boland.
Issued by: The Masuri Group – Marketing and Brand Communications
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