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Our cricket bats still maintain the traditional aspects you would expect from us – fantastic design, high performance, and a touch of class – and we've expanded the range to include the new GEM size - specifically designed with women' cricket in mind. With a thinner handle, and slightly reduced size and weight, the GEM
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The bat has a beautfully light pick-up, with a full profile, large spine and edge profile and duck bill toe - this is the shape choice of the leading GN International players. The blue colourway throws back to our popular Shockwave, with stickers that spread towards the toe to make the bat as imposing as possible.
A full list of all Gray-Nicolls cricket bats available this year from Gray-Nicolls. We pride ourselves on our tradition and our innovation, allowing us to produce the best cricket bats in the world. If you can't find what you are looking for or have a question, get in touch with us! Need help choosing? Adult Bat Buye
Gray-Nicolls Gem Senior Cricket Bat (Colour: N/A, Size: SH) Handcrafted in Australia, the Gem has been designed as anÂ ultra-lightweight cricket bat with sizing between small and senior. The Gem is perfect for players looking to improve their stroke range.
Gray-Nicolls is the sport's most iconic brand, having delivered high performance cricket bats since 1896. Our English Willow bats are made from Willow trees grown locally to our head office in Robertsbridge, East Sussex, the home of Gray-Nicolls. All our cricket bats are handmade by Gray-Nicolls-trained bat makers.
Gray-Nicolls was formed in the 1940’s at the merger of two well-known cricket bat manufacturers, H.J. Gray and Sons and L.J. Nicolls. At this time, the company also acquired the famous brands of Shaw & Shrewsbury and Wainwrights, and England captain Wally Hammond and Australian star Keith Miller began using Gray-Ni