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    Cricket Sets and Kids Gear
    387 Cricket Sets and Kids Gear

    Cricket sets are a great gift for children who want to learn and play cricket in their backyards. The young American wooden cricket Gift set comes with four stumps, a set of bails, a light weight cricket bat and a ball. The whole set is packed in a nice strong hand carrying bag for storage of the cricket geat. This holiday season the set can be a great gift for children and their families who like to play and enjoy cricket for fun.

    The set is available in sizes 4, 5 and 6. So if you love crick...

    Product Reviews
    4 Product Reviews

    Your feedback is very important to us and also to other visitors to our website. Help us improve our site by writing reviews on the products you have purchased from our website. We are open to constructive criticism, we will email you a coupon for your next purchase once we receive the review written by you as a token of our appreciation.

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    Mike Hussey's Kit Bag
    0 Mike Hussey's Kit Bag

    Take a look at how Mike Hussey (Australian all rounder) packs his cricket kit bag, all the cricket gear in one bag with six bats, grips, pads, shoes, gloves and sun screen :)

    An inside look at Micheal Hussey's Kit Bag
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    Batting to survive 50 Overs ?
    4 Batting to survive 50 Overs ?

    The traditional thinking of batting all 50 overs should not interfere with the batting approach. I would have rather 240 runs on the board in 30 overs all out rather than 170 for 8 runs in 50 overs. The natural game of playing aggressive cricket should never be compromised by playing to survive for 50 overs.

    I strongly disagree with the myth that teams should bat out all 50 overs with sole purpose of staying at the crease for 50 overs. As cricket evolves we will see new breed of high caliber b...

    Light Weight Cricket Bats
    7 Light Weight Cricket Bats

    Batting with Light Weight Cricket Bats

    Here is a question we get asked quite frequently from the customers visiting our cricket store.

    Do you sell light weight cricket bats ?

    The questions stems from a desire to play with a light weight bat as it is easier to maneuver and gives batsmen more control and faster bat speed. The answer to the question we always provide is "Yes we do". The Blade series of cricket bats made by Kookaburra are the lightest bats we sell on our store. Kahuna Lite and Ka...

    Cricket Equipment Reviews
    3 Cricket Equipment Reviews

    Take 15% off your next order by writing a Review

    For all of those who have purchased from us in the past, we would like to request you to write a review for the product, good or bad we will publish it. Just want to ensure that when you write a review then please provide honest feedback and not only that you love or hate the product. If you like it please let us know why you like it and if you will purchase from us again. Also if there are ways we can improve our product offerings, customer serv...

    Long Handle & Long Blade Bats
    0 Long Handle & Long Blade Bats

    We have recently added a new category (Long Handle & Long Blade Cricket Bats) to our cicket bats collection. The category features bats which are available in long handle and long blade sizes. We currently the following bats in this category and you can check them out here.

    Two new CE bats Sting EW and Power Max KW appear in this category, check them out we are quite excited to improve on our product offereings and will be adding more new CE items as we continue to grow. If you use any of the b...

    5 Cricket & Cricket Media in United States

    Cricket was not as popular in America as it is today. Back in late 80's there were no TV channels in America which broad casted any cricket matches at all. Cricket was a rare sight to see in the parks or anywhere else in United States, most of the Americans had no knowledge about the sport. Cricket gear was hard to buy and most of the gear was brought over by visitors as gift to the relatives living in United States.

    As of today there are at least three channels in USA broadcasting cricket 24 X...

    How hard and how far ?
    5 How hard and how far ?

    While watching cricket matches on television I always tend to look at the speed of the ball delivered by the bowler. The technology gives us a good idea of the pace of the fast bowlers of the current era, generally any ball delivered at 140 + Km is considered fast and the bowler is categorized as a genuine fast bowler. There are fast bowlers such as Brett Lee, Shoaib Akhtar and Mohammad Sami who have touched as much as 160 Km. In older era Jeff Thompson of Australia was considered the fastest of...

    0 Bright Future of Cricket in US

    April 17,2013 Atlanta GA: Cricket first started in England in 16th Century and in 1800's international matches began and thus cricket eventually became the 2nd most popular game after football.  In the United States cricket started very earlier but unfortunately it failed in getting success as speedy as other games.

    In the recent years cricket is becoming popular in the region particularly in the last 10 to 15 years.  In 2004 the International Cricket Council (ICC) announced Project USA, the ai...