Gray Nicolls Viper. Gray Nicolls is the most famous cricket bats that international Cricketers use. It is an English sports equipment and specialized who is owned by Grays Internationals. The bats have the highest technology and the price of the bats is high.
Here are five of the most popularly used cricket bats by international players: #5 SS Gladiator Ton Sareen Sports Industries manufactures cricket bats, helmets, kit bags and other cricketing items.
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Check this out: The names of current players who use Gunn & Moore Cricket bats are Quinton de Kock, James Vince and Shane Watson. The other notable players from the past who used to use Gunn & Moore cricket bats included the likes of Steve Waugh (Australia), Graeme Smith (South Africa) and Michael Vaughan (England).
Very popular amongst county cricket players in the England. Mongoose: This brand of cricket bats has not been used by many professional players. Their best known for their short blade long-handle bats. These bats are meant for shorter format matches like T20 cricket. The bat was first used in professional cricket by Matthew Hayden in IPL when he used to play for the Chennai Super Kings
Gunn & More widely called as GM bats are mostly widely used bat brands in the world. This is a British sports goods manufacturer. Many England, Australian, Kiwi and South African players used and using GM bats. There is a very long list of cricketers who uses this brand in present cricket.
GM bats are exclusively made in England and most of the county cricket players use these bats. This company produces different types of bats like Mana, Paragon, Six6, Maxi, Octane etc.
Plain English Willow 14 Grain 3lbs Grade A Cricket Bat with a Sheet Protector Blade length: 22 inches Bat Length: 33.25 inches Blade Width: 4.5 inches Bat weight: 3 lbs Top Edge: 15mm Center Edge: 30mm(at thickest) Bottom Edge: 20mm This bat was originally a CA bat before I took the stickers off of it and was purchased from Sialkot.
#5 Painted cricket bats. Painting cricket bats is a tactic used by many bat makers to hide the lower quality willow. A paint job can mask all sorts of nasties including stains, knots, hard bars and a low number or wavy grains. Another tactic used is to make your stickers so big they cover most of the willow! Painted cricket bats have also been used at the top end of the market by professional players who don’t need to hide the imperfections of cheap willow.