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Latest Matches / Re: Asia Cup 2018
« Last post by Mister Le Chiffre on Today at 01:30:00 PM »
Shahzad blasts a brilliant 88 ball century.
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Bat Care / Re: Is this storm-damage ?
« Last post by WalkingWicket37 on Today at 01:28:52 PM »
Just out of interest, where did you get that bat from?
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Latest Matches / Re: Asia Cup 2018
« Last post by Mister Le Chiffre on Today at 12:52:26 PM »
Afghanistan imploding 88-4 of which Shahzad has 74*
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Bat Care / Re: Is this storm-damage ?
« Last post by Mattsky on Today at 12:50:40 PM »
Since you've now recorded a 'before' photo of the possible storm damage,then if it does happen to snap at that point, you will have a case.
Score some runs with it and don't worry about it any more!
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Bat Making / Re: Practicing Bat Making
« Last post by SAFC2403 on Today at 12:30:28 PM »
Its pretty easy if the tools are sharp. Just take your time on some Partmades - contact a bat maker and ask for some damaged ones on the cheap. they will have some laying around.

Never thought of that - i'll ask the guy i'm getting them off if he has any laying about. Just itching to get started now but need to wait for kit to arrive etc.
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Latest Matches / Re: Asia Cup 2018
« Last post by Mister Le Chiffre on Today at 12:19:24 PM »
Afghani slugger Mohamad Shahzad enjoying against the Indians. Rapid fire fifty, some quite extraordinary strokes
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Bat Making / Re: Bat makers in North East England
« Last post by cricketbadger on Today at 11:35:26 AM »
Northern monkey that is very impressive stuff. Make it sound very straight forward
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Bat Making / Re: Practicing Bat Making
« Last post by Churchy1989 on Today at 11:13:56 AM »
As i'm a complete novice at this i've been thinking this is the way to go - grab some random bits of wood and see what shape i can get them into - mainly to get used to using the tools and i dont want to screw up a part made!!

Its pretty easy if the tools are sharp. Just take your time on some Partmades - contact a bat maker and ask for some damaged ones on the cheap. they will have some laying around.
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Bat Making / Re: Practicing Bat Making
« Last post by SAFC2403 on Today at 10:07:01 AM »
As i'm a complete novice at this i've been thinking this is the way to go - grab some random bits of wood and see what shape i can get them into - mainly to get used to using the tools and i dont want to screw up a part made!!
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