In-store. Kookaburra Pace 5.2 Cricket Bat. £ 115.00. In-store. Kookaburra Shadow 5.1 Cricket Bat. £ 125.00. In-store. Kookaburra Kahuna 4.1 Cricket Bat. £ 165.00.
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WELCOME TO VULCAN CRICKET. Vulcan Cricket is a family-run business based in Braintree, Essex. Established in 2010 and growing year on year, we supply cricket bats and equipment worldwide to all levels of cricketers – from International players to the weekend leisure player. All our cricket bats are handcrafted English willow bats, made using techniques that date back to the 1700s from willow grown in the heart of Essex.
Monday - Friday 9.30am - 12.30pm and 2.00pm - 5.00 pm. Saturday 9.30am - 12.30pm. Please order online, arrange a time and wear a face covering when collecting orders . For six generations we have been crafting our handmade cricket bats and in recent decades developing and innovating our collection of pads, gloves and bags, to give our players ...
HANDMADE CRICKET BATS. The journey for all our cricket bats starts in the ancient willow forests of mid-Essex, where the Vulcan experts select only the finest cricket-bat willow (Salix alba caerulea). After felling, the willow is cut into lengths known as ‘clefts’ and air-dried for a year to reduce the moisture content before it is crafted by hand in our workshop, using traditional skills and specially developed tools to create exquisitely handcrafted bats.
The Making of a Cricket bat. Making cricket bats has been a special skill since cricket began. The finest bats are made from white English willow (Salix alba coerulea) preferably grown in Essex or Suffolk, where the climate and conditions produce wood renowned for its consistent and narrow grain, its density and colour.
Standing or felled English Cricket Bat Willow trees purchased, everything arranged from felling to re-planting. Tree Information We have a continuing re-generation programme which is the best in the industry, each year approximately 3 times as many trees are planted than are cut down
Play-Cricket, Essex League, Home. p - Played, wbf - Won bat first (27), ws - Won bat second 27 (27), wst - Won bat second 22 (22), wcn - Opposition Conceded (27), w11 - Winning draw >100 (11), w10 - Winning draw 51-100 (10), w9 - Winning draw 26-50 (9), w8 - Winning draw 25> (8), t - Tied (8), l4 - Losing draw 25> (4), l3 - Losing draw 26-50 (3), l2 - Losing draw 51-100 (2), l1 - Losing draw ...
Essex Cricket Board Under 14 Trialists Innings 6.7 1st Wicket: 50 runs in 42 balls, 26 mins (Ben Palmer 34, Max Sanderson 12, extras 4) 6.7 Essex Cricket Board Under 14 Trialists: 50 runs in 7.0 overs (42 balls, 26 mins, 4 extras) 17.1 Essex Cricket Board Under 14 Trialists: 100 runs in 17.1 overs (103 balls, 68 mins, 7 extras)
Although baseball bats have undergone a slow evolution over the past century, cricket bats have remained largely unchanged for 200 years. The flat, paddle-shaped blade is made of a single piece of willow -- preferably from trees grown in the English counites of Essex or Suffolk -- while the handle is made of cane.