Jake Ball – Cricketer


Notts and England Fast Bowler, Jake Ball burst onto the International scene in 2016 by making his Test debut at Lords against Pakistan and then taking 5 wickets on his ODI debut later in the year against Bangladesh in a match winning performance in tough conditions.


Just ahead of The Ashes 2017 in Australia, Proskins Ambassador and England Fast Bowler Jake Ball talks about why fitness and recovery are a vital part of being a professional sportsman and how easily it can all be taken away.



Jake Ball Bowling for England

Jake Ball – Proskins Ambassador


Proskins are delighted to have Jake on board as he is an athlete on the upward curve in his career and someone who has loved and believed in the products for a number of years.


“I have used Proskins products since I was  15 years old and always enjoyed the benefits so it is great to get involved with the brand even further. Since making the step up onto the county and international circuit the demand on your body increases and even more important that you help your body recover quickly. Wearing compression garments such as the Recovery Leggings post exercise help me to be fresher and in better shape to strap on the bowling boots the next morning.”




Image of Jake Ball pictured with his uncle and England Wicket Keeping Coach Bruce French, just after he received his first England Cap.

Jake Ball receiving his first England cap

Jake Ball – The Profile


Name: Jacob Timothy Ball “Bally”

Born: 14th March 1991, Mansfield, Nottinghamshire

Career:

Domestic: Nottinghamshire 2009 – Present

International: England Test debut – 14th July 2016

England ODI debut – 7th October 2016

Batting Style: Right-Handed

Bowling/fielding Style: Right-arm Fast Medium

Jake’s cricketing hero? Uncle Bruce (Bruce French ex England Wicket Keeper & Current ECB wicket keeping coach)


Image of Jake Ball bowling for Nottinghamshire


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Jake Ball bowling for Nottinghamshire