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frontfootdrive2

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Bear Cricket
« on: June 15, 2018, 10:35:23 AM »

Just noticed a few county pros endorsing,Will Rhodes and Jonny Tatts,website looks good,anyone on here using ??

https://www.bearcricket.co.uk
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Re: Bear Cricket
« Reply #1 on: June 15, 2018, 10:50:09 AM »

Just noticed a few county pros endorsing,Will Rhodes and Jonny Tatts,website looks good,anyone on here using ??

https://www.bearcricket.co.uk

"The company was set-up to provide hand crafted english willow cricket bats, grown and manufactured here in the UK by master bat makers using willow from private forests" ... Kippax made?
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Re: Bear Cricket
« Reply #2 on: June 15, 2018, 11:33:50 AM »

That must be 3 threads on the same topic within a month!

Softs great quality and great value. Bats also great quality and value and correct on the maker as far as I am aware. Was on the verge of buying one as I can't stand the handles on the alternative but the trend of 5 grain "G1" bats seemed to carry through in roughly 2.10 ish weights and below. Not normally worried about looks but the ones available at the time weren't up my street so went with something else. The other thing to be aware of is being 1cm shorter blades. Seem a great option if you can find something that suits.
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