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Synonyms for cricket bat

the club used in playing cricket

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Similarly, the cricket bats produced in Kashmir fetch a maximum price of Rs 1,000 to Rs 3,000 ($18.5 to $55.5) per bat compared with English willow bats, which retail from $220 to $450 per bat in the global market.
I go through everyone's cricket bats. I find the accusation quite funny, to be honest.
James, who operates from a workshop at his Skelmanthorpe home, left Shelley High School at the age of 16 to take up an apprenticeship at Ace Cricket Bats in Elland and worked there for nine years.
with an idea for a new cricket bat. "I was in hospital for six to eight months,"
The cricket bat distribution ceremony was held on 27 January and Deputy Assistant Secretary of State James Moore, Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense Vikram Singh, and Deputy Assistant Secretary of State Jane Zimmerman, joined the ceremony where Ambassador Sison explained to members of the Jaffna Youth Forum that mines and unexploded ordnances should only be handled by professionals.
" The Englandbased Gunn & Moore ( G& M) is the only company that doesn't import cricket bats from India.
In between the signing of cricket bats, autograph sheets and posing for pictures, Sachin could be seen chatting with friends, including his IPL teammates and former cricketer-turned-commentator Atul Wassan.
The Maasai Cricket Warriors have exchanged their spears for cricket bats and they are using cricket as a vehicle to empower youth and to target social problems in order to bring about positive change in their communities.
Cricket bats, personally signed by Wasim Akram, were distributed as souvenirs among the children.
2 From which wood are cricket bats traditionally made?
Warsop Stebbing have been making hand-made cricket bats since being founded in 1870.
RESIDENTS are finding cricket bats are not the only bats in Edgbaston as they take part in National Moth Night on September 22.
Oh and I've thought of somewhere useful you can put those cricket bats.
With England due to resume hostilities with Australia in the Ashes today, a Coventry company which specialises in custom made cricket bats has notched up an impressive half century of its own.
The Duke told a radio interviewer: "There's no evidence that people who use weapons for sport are any more dangerous than people who use golf clubs, tennis racquets or cricket bats.