What type of ball is used in cricket ?

Cricket Roast reports:
A cricket ball is produced using plug strips and a firmly twisted string. It is then secured by a cowhide case with a somewhat jutting crease. The external layer of a ball, or, in other words the most elevated quality calfskin, is cut into four pieces. The crease of a cricket ball has an aggregate of 6 lines, 3 on either side. The crease is determinedly pivoted by 90 degrees to ensuring that a cricket ball has a uniform shape to it. Each segment is then put into a bad habit, which forms the calfskin into the state of a side of the equator.
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