Cranbarry Oversized Youth Field Hockey Ball

Item Number: HB7111 YELLOW
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  • An oversized, lightweight ball specifically designed for use on various surfaces, including grass and school playgrounds. The ball is softer and bigger than a standard field hockey ball, making it perfect for beginners. This ball is very beneficial to introductory training and beyond. It is perfect for indoor or outdoor use and can be used with any stick, including plastic or wood.  

About the Brand,
Cranbarry

CranBarry started in 1947. Joyce Cran Barry, a strong field hockey and lacrosse player from England, had come to the United States in 1925 to teach at the summer field hockey camp run by Constance Applebee, generally credited with spreading the sport of field hockey outside of England. Mrs. Cran Barry ended up staying in the U.S. to teach and coach field hockey at Wellesley and Bennington Colleges. She started the business of CranBarry utilizing both her maiden name (Cran) and her married name (Barry) to supply lacrosse and field hockey equipment. CranBarry has built and sustained a national reputation for supplying quality products to retailers as well as direct to athletes and teams across the country.

Cranbarry field hockey sticks and balls

About the Brand,
Cranbarry

CranBarry started in 1947. Joyce Cran Barry, a strong field hockey and lacrosse player from England, had come to the United States in 1925 to teach at the summer field hockey camp run by Constance Applebee, generally credited with spreading the sport of field hockey outside of England. Mrs. Cran Barry ended up staying in the U.S. to teach and coach field hockey at Wellesley and Bennington Colleges. She started the business of CranBarry utilizing both her maiden name (Cran) and her married name (Barry) to supply lacrosse and field hockey equipment. CranBarry has built and sustained a national reputation for supplying quality products to retailers as well as direct to athletes and teams across the country.