The Flexible Cork Company has been designing and manufacturing highly advanced rubber bonded cork materials since 1945.
From its expertise in this area, Tiflex developed a cricket ball core which was used for many years by some of the top brands within the sport. As the game evolved into the modern era, Tiflex decided in 2001 to evolve the ball further. With help from this past experience and our multi-million pound Research and Development facility; we have designed, formulated and manufactured our own cricket balls. Bringing the ball from a once cottage industry commodity, to a highly advanced modern day product.
We are the only cricket ball manufacturer to create a ball through every process of its construction. From the initial design, manufacturing of the formulated core, to the development of our own leather tanning and redesigning the techniques involved in hand stitching. Once the ball is assembled, we test it under vigorous laboratory conditions, giving players a cricket ball with outstanding consistency and performance in all formats of the game.
We are experts in the field of impact and vibration absorbing compounds, particularly where recovery of the compound to its pre-impact state is a key requirement. Many of the products we manufacture are important to our everyday lives, as they are used in such situations for absorbing vibrations in buildings caused by underground railways, in rail tracks caused by trains and in factories caused by machinery to name but a few.
We have bought our huge technological experience of thermoplastics, elastomers, plus synthetic and natural rubbers to challenge the cricket ball industry.
OXBRIDGE Cricket Balls by Tiflex:
Tiflex Limited was formed in 1990 from an amalgamation of two well established companies. TICO and The Flexible Cork Company. Tiflex is part of the James Walker Group of Companies, which has a combined turnover of approximately £200 million. Tiflex was originally based in Hipley Street in Woking, Surrey, but since 2000 has had just one manufacturing site, based at Liskeard in Cornwall.
Working closely with their customers, Tiflex’s polymer technologists work to develop solutions to a variety of engineering problems particularly those requiring high performance and product durability. All Tiflex products are manufactured in a BSI registered factory operating a Quality Management System which complies with the requirements of BS EN ISO 9001:1994.
Oxbridge – Cricket balls suitable for top class cricket, a comprehensive range of men’s county and league cricket balls including multi coloured and the new pink cricket balls, dedicated ladies and youth cricket balls.
Paul uses their Yellow Magna Oxbridge Ball. Adult Mens, Adult Womens and Junior Balls – all of which are yellow so Paul can spot them quickly at any training sessions.
this page was last reviewed and updated 30 December 2016