Posted by Stalker88 on 2nd Jan 2012
I use this for knocking my bat. It has slight cracks on the face which makes it an ideal equivalent to an old ball. Hence, it is good for playing in the nets. Don't get me wrong about the cracks though, they show that it uses one of the finest leathers out there you can use to make a cricket ball.
Posted by Unknown on 31st Jul 2010
Gunn & Moore CLUBMAN Leather ball is good for swing and spin. It swings very from very early overs, travels quickly through air, good seam, its good to bowl. Personally I would recommend this ball. I am very happy with the service and your timely shipping was great. Thanks to CricketStoreOnline…
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Strict quality control of materials and construction provides superior shape retention, true seams and avoidance of ‘hard’ balls
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