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Jul
28

Amber Sports Junior Full Cricket Set

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Amber Sports Junior Full Cricket Set

The ideal Cricket Set from Amber Sports for Junior players! Set Includes: – Junior Size Bat, – Soft Rubber Junior Rubber Size Ball, – 4 Stumps & 1 Bail, – 1 pair canvas batting Leg guards, – 1 pair PVC batting Gloves, – All packed in an attractive PVC Carrying Bag,

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Cricket bats are generally made from English Willow, a very hard wood that doesn’t split or crack easily. The choice of willow is critical to the quality of the bat.

Some bats are made by machines, while the best are made by master cricket bat makers who individually hand craft and hand shave the cricket bats they make. The hand made bats are usually of better quality (last longer, better smack to the impact of the ball), although some well made machined bats exist when the right willow is selected.

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Jul
23

Cricket Bat Cufflinks

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Cricket Bat Cufflinks

Cricket Bat Cufflinks

This set of Cricket Bat Cufflinks features a sterling silver cricket bat which is uniquely connected to a silver oval backing by a chain. These Cricket Cufflinks are the perfect gift for the cricketer or fan in your life!

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Willow wood used probably because it is very stiff, shock resistant, and light weight. We need our cricket bats to be both light and be able to absorb a lot of shock that comes from hitting the ball hard.

Besides all that, its traditional to make cricket bats out of willow.

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Jul
17

Cricket Bat (Shah) [shahcricketbat113

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Cricket Bat (Shah) [shahcricketbat113

$63.24 Click to enlarge Made in India. Marketing By: Shah Sports & Co., Dhaka, Bangladesh. This product is highly recommended by players. Availability: We deliver this product anywhere in Bangladesh. This product was added to our catalog on Saturday 19 February, 2005. Shopping Cart 1 x Sweet Badam

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Why are cricket bats still made of willow?

Do we have something against the willow, trees in general or sports manufacturing progress in general for some reason?

~its the well suited wood for it.~

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I’m a left hander also, and was wondering if he used Puma Ballistic for his cricket gloves, bat and pads?

I think he uses a Dunlop Pro squash ball, if that’s any help.

He definitely uses a Ballistic bat. the gloves are Puma but I don’t think they are the Ballistic range. Puma claim the bat but not the gloves, so I think that’s definitive.

[edit] You know I was joking with the ‘dunlop pro’ bit. I just googled ‘squash ball brand’ and used the first one that came up.

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May
21

The Reduced History of Cricket

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The Reduced History of Cricket  The Reduced History of Cricket

A lot of leather has “plunk-plicked” against willow since cricket was first played on the village greens of Olde England, but this entertaining book heroically manages to capture the true essence of the noble ball game in just 100 run-grabbing moments (plus a few extras for overthrows).

This is the history of cricket as it has never been relayed before: a well tossed-up compilation of surreal match reports, spoof correspondence and quirky sketches. From a Great Victorian refusing to walk (even though his bails have been knocked off by the bowler) to modern-day sledgers playing pajama cricket under floodlights, the game’s towering achievements, hilarious happenings, and ludicrous coincidences are entertainingly recalled.

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May
18

SG Cricket Bat Radix Pro English Willow

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SG Cricket Bat Radix Pro English Willow

SKU ID cricket bats: Radix Pro Retail Price: $204.99 Shipping Charges to India: $7 Ask a Question | Payment Options | Delivery Locations About the product: SG cricket bats Radix Pro English Willow Selected first grade English Willow bat contoured back with extra bulge behind the sweet-spot for that extra punch.

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I’m interested in purchasing either a Stuart Surridge, Salix or Smasher cricket bat?  Has anyone purchased any one of these cricket bats and how would you rate these bats?

Salix are very good bats on occasions, Surridge not so good. Smasher also ok but nothing amazing. Salix is the way forward

For the rest of you these are UK handmade cusom made cricket bat companies

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