Heritage, Quality, Evolution.
The origins of Dukes cricket ball making can be traced back to the year 1760 when production started in the Tonbridge area in Kent. The skills have been refined and handed down through the generations. The same meticulous care and attention is paid to all the traditional processes in addition to new technology to ensure that products of the highest standard are made available for the game at all levels today. Only the very best raw materials are used to protect the brand's reputation for top quality.
In 2011, the Dukes Special County 'A' - Grade 1 - red cricket ball was used exclusively in the Sri Lanka vs England and India vs England Test Series, and Division 1 - First Class County Cricket.