Australian company Super Turf Sporting Surfaces has won the contract to put in the artificial wicket for next month's Hong Kong Sixes. Hong Kong selector Jim Middleton, who is also the local agent for the Melbourne-based company, said that a quickish track would be laid at the Hong Kong Stadium a few days before the September 21-22 tournament. 'We will dig up a 30-metre long, three-metre wide stretch going down 10 centimetres in the middle of the ground. We will then put a plywood frame around and fill it with concrete. The artificial surface will be glued on top of this,' explained Middleton. Organisers Cricket World International said the cost of laying an artificial wicket would be close to the six figure mark.