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    Icon5 Buying A Good, Cheap Bat

    Hi guys,
    I need some help buyin a good, bt cheap bat for my cousin who is twelve.
    The price i wil spend is 50 ona bat.
    Plse help,
    Thanks

    (ps can you give me a top 5 list)

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    GM purist 808, pre knocked in, and properly knocked in unlike some. coating, toe gard, excellent quality, and good value for harrow and smaller, buy of Mapperley Sports for cricket equipment, cricket bats and balls and bowling machines

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gwhitey View Post
    GM purist 808, pre knocked in, and properly knocked in unlike some. coating, toe gard, excellent quality, and good value for harrow and smaller, buy of Mapperley Sports for cricket equipment, cricket bats and balls and bowling machines
    CHEERS but could you give a top 5 list if thats ok

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    Purist 808
    Catalyst 808
    Icon DXM 808
    Hero 808

    There all 60

    or

    Gray nicholls powerbow carbo/Nitro carbo

    Puma Atomic 4000 Junior Cricket Bat


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    You can also try Kookaboora Blade. This is also a god and cheap bat.

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    Best bat i've bought - Gray Nicolls - Predator Power got it for 60 in 2006, then it broke June this year and i bought a used one for 40 it is a cracking bat, absolutely awesome for the price, if you can get hold of one. Thats the only bat i've used for last 4 seasons, so wouldn't make a top 5 list seen as i'd be going on little info.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smasher7 View Post
    Hi guys,
    I need some help buyin a good, bt cheap bat for my cousin who is twelve.
    The price i wil spend is 50 ona bat.
    Plse help,
    Thanks

    (ps can you give me a top 5 list)
    buy a kashmir willow bat but it will weigh 100 KG & it will break balls into two pieces

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    woodworm bats are realy cheap, especialy the lower quality ones, id advize u to look on their website

    http://www.woodworm.tv/
    Last edited by chyickenkeev; 27-10-2009 at 02:33 PM.

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    I got a Woodworm Megabite Gold from the factory shop and it was bloody brilliant for just 50, easy to knock in and oil and has a great middle.







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    ... Still opting for the Megabite Gold, never fails.

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    Buy a puma stealth i got it its a really nice bat i bought it for about 120 euro 1.5 years ago so the price must be reduced its really good i play with it at high yout level



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