Morrant Blog


Morrant Blog


With hockey balls reaching a top speed of 100mph, it is essential that all hockey players wear some kind of protection whilst playing the game and training. Although sprains and muscle injuries are the most common injuries in hockey, contact with a hockey ball or stick can cause bone fractures, eye injuries, concussion, and broken teeth.


If you know any junior cricket players, you will know how important it is to play in the best kit with the best equipment. Using the correct equipment is crucial to offer increased protection and support for growing bones and muscles. So, what does the junior cricket player really need?


Rugby is a fast-paced game and included running and endurance as well as high levels of contact and tackling. With this there comes the risk of injuries which can be minor or quite serious so it is important to identify what injury you have