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charlie15

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Re: Shark cricket junior bats
« Reply #15 on: July 11, 2013, 08:49:21 AM »

I you've used the search function then you'll have read my reviews.  As stated above they are absolute guns, mine is asgood as my L&W although that still needs to open up more so probably a little unfair to comapre the two at the moment.
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Re: Shark cricket junior bats
« Reply #16 on: July 11, 2013, 09:30:28 AM »

Specific to a junior Shark bat, I bought a size 5 Great White Shark for my son. Nice shaped bat, large edges probably a bit to large in relation to the depth of the spine for my liking though. Finishing wasn't the best if that interests you, I resanded and rebuffed the bat before I handed to my son. The major issue was the weight of the bat, it was 2lb4oz which is too heavy in my opinion for a size 5 bat, so I would make sure you know what weight you want, don't assume all junior bats of the same size are a similar weight.
The above sounds a bit negative, it was a better bat than most junior bats available but not as nice as the best.
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