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Do edges really matter? Paul Aldred gives his input.

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Spartan Cricket Snags Another, whats happening to Slazenger?

You do not have to be a marketing expert to work out that the number one way to advertise your cricket bats is to have the world's top players using them on the biggest stage. Millions of television viewers are exposed to the makers name of the cricket bat, each time the batsman strides to [...]

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Win top of the line GM Cricket equipment with Cricket Store Online on Facebook Or Twitter

What does a free GM Player Edition Cricket Bat, a pair of LE pads, a pair of LE gloves and South Africa winning the Cricket World Cup have in common? Not much......other than.... one lucky Cricket Store Online fan will walk away with all of that top of the line GM cricket equipment if South Africa [...]

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Buzz Cricket Bats

Grant Elliot and Buzz Cricket BatsOne of the teams to watch out for in the Cricket World Cup 2015 is definitely the New Zealand BlackCaps. They have a very well balanced side. Brendon McCullum and his charges are coming off possibly their best ever calendar year. There are plenty of young stars, including Kane Williamson [...]

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Cricket Store Online 2015 World Cup XI

World Cup XI The World Cup is around the corner and the squads have been picked. There is the natural West Indian cricket politics with Bravo and Pollard having been omitted from the squad and there is of course the injury concerns too, with South Africa sweating on the fitness of their wonder boy Quinton De [...]

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New Balance Cricket

Three of the World’s Best that use New Balance Cricket EquipmentSteve SmithThere is no doubt that one of the hottest cricketers at the moment in world cricket is the current Australian Test captain, Steve Smith. With four hundreds in the current series against the Indians, Steve Smith is looking close to being invincible at the [...]

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Aero Cricket

Aero today is the product of over a decade's effort from people absolutely committed to the production of the best cricket protective equipment. The research and development process that lead to Aero's creation started as far back as the late 1990s. Underground play testing and trialing went on in New Zealand and South Africa through the early [...]

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Cricket World Cup 2015

Cricket World Cup 2015 Opening Batsmen and their Brands Part 1 Opening batsmen are the ones who set the tone very often for the outcome of a One Day International. Cricket Store Online takes a look at will be the key opening partnerships at the Cricket World Cup in 2015 and more importantly at the brands of [...]

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GM Original LE Batting Gloves

There are few memories of Graeme Smith as stirring as the time he came out to face Mitchell Johnson and co to try and save the Sydney Test Match. He almost did it. What made the feat quite remarkable is the fact that Smith was batting with a broken hand. He was wearing two pairs [...]

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GET WELL PHIL HUGHES

The thoughts and prayers of the entire cricketing world this morning are with Australian left-handed batsman Phil Hughes. Hughes is in a critical condition in a Sydney hospital having suffered a blow to the head from a Sean Abbot bouncer during a Sheffield Shield match on Tuesday. While many were wondering how the blow could have [...]

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