Mesh Ball Court Fencing: TwinSports

Mesh Ball Court Fencing: TwinSports

TwinSports mesh is a specialist boundary high-security fencing system designed for sports and leisure areas with medium usage.


The ball court fencing is ideal for marking external and internal divider boundaries for MUGAs, school recreational areas, parks and junior football, basketball, tennis and netball pitches.


Rigid and aesthetically pleasing 868* twinwire mesh panels provide a firm boundary that contains sports and leisure activities and protects the area from damage and unauthorised access when not in its intended use.


Posts have a smooth, attractive pitch-side appearance thanks to discreet clamp fixing bars that attach directly to mesh panelling. All fixing screws have rubber patches to help prevent movement from impact vibrations, ensuring a safe and functional environment for children and adults alike with metal railing fences.


Flexible specification options are available to suit varying needs, including an economical 656* mesh profile. For pitches and areas with heavier usage, we advise the TwinSport Rebound mesh fencing.


*wire diameters are nominal


Swing gates manufactured to British Standard are available to match.

BIM Models available on request from


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Mesh Ball Court Fencing: TwinSports


  •  Hardwearing 868* or 656* wire mesh panel
  •  200*50 double wire mesh apertures to contain activities
  • Clamp bar fixing
  • Conforms to the British Standard – BS 1722 Part 14:2016


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