Tips for Buying a New Cricket Bat

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You should also take into account to grade and type ofrepparttar willow ofrepparttar 150806 cricket bat. Most bats are made from English Willow, which is a soft fibrous wood, with good striking qualities and isrepparttar 150807 best option. There is also Kashmir Willow, which is cheaper, harder and quite durable. It is often used in junior bats and produces less ball striking satisfaction. Always choose English Willow givenrepparttar 150808 option.

Cricket bat willow is graded on a scale from G1+ to G4. A willow grade of G1+ isrepparttar 150809 highest grade and is used byrepparttar 150810 top professionals, it isrepparttar 150811 best willow and is unbleached with straight even grains and no markings or discolouration. Itís more expensive but as always you get what you pay for!

Grade 4 (G4) willow is often non-oil and will usually have a covering onrepparttar 150812 face, such as an anti-scuff covering. It isrepparttar 150813 lowest grade of willow, which is represented inrepparttar 150814 price. If you haverepparttar 150815 money always opt forrepparttar 150816 highest grade willow you can afford.

You can now buy cricket bats online cheaper than you can offline, as online stores tend to have fewer costs associated with their businesses and so can offer cheaper prices and discounts. Also most offer guarantees on their bats so you can return it ifrepparttar 150817 size or weight is not quite what you want. A sneaky tip; if you see a new bat you like go to your local store, checkrepparttar 150818 size, weight, feel and pickup, then buy online, so youíll get exactly what you want and save money inrepparttar 150819 process.

These are just a few ideas and tips I consider when buying a new cricket bat, most important arerepparttar 150820 bats size, weight and feel. Obviouslyrepparttar 150821 price is an important factor, but by buying online you can often save money.

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Cricket Batting Tips For Aspiring Batsmen

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-5th Batting Tip - When batting against spinners, try doing an initial 'forward press' by making an initial half-step on torepparttar front foot asrepparttar 150805 bowler bowls. This will give you a good base to play from and help give you quicker feet.

-6th Batting Tip - It is essential to maintain a solid base when batting and to be in a solid position when you playrepparttar 150806 ball. If you watch, for example Brain Lara play a cover drive, he has a solid base from which he playsrepparttar 150807 stroke and he is perfectly balanced.

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