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    U19 12th Man Amobokobokoboko's Avatar
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    Searching cricket stores in the London, Canterbury, Dover area

    Hi guys,

    The title says it all, I' m searching for some good cricket stores around London, Canterbury and Dover. If you have links to the shops website you can always add them.

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    JJB Sports do a good range of cricket equipment and there is a store for them in dover.
    JJB Sports Store Online or JJB Sports Store Online
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    Mate I think you just need to have a drive around your area looking at different sports shops maybe you could email some shops to see what there cricket range is like.

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    Yeah sounds like tight plan. But I don't know any cricket shops in that area.
    Will be playing around West-London, will contact my mates who are London based and ask them for some good advice.

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    JJB is quite appalling for cricket.

    You're best off with a specialist. Fordham Sports or Morrant are a couple in London.

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    Canterbury Cricket and hockey shop, went there today to buy new bowling boots!

    11th Wicket at Kent County Cricket Ground.

    Both good quality shops, I'm sure you'll find what you need.
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    I was thinking of going to Morrant as they have a very nice range and interessting prices.



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