SA Sports English Willow Cricket Bat Size SH

Product Description

 Features of S A SPORTS  English Willow Cricket Bat :

 Latest 2018 Design

 * Made from top quality Grade Natural English Willow

* Handcrafted by master craftsmen

* Pronounced bow for improved pick-up

* Extended Power Zone for monstrous hitting area

* Treble-spring handle for maximum shock absorption

* Superior cushioned grip

* Its is suitable for play at Club and County level.

* 4-7 Straight Grains.

* 1175-1225 Grams weight.

* Massive Edge Thickness of 39-40 mm exquisite balance.

* Available in Size Senior/ Mens SH.

 In India, Sa sports  is the top destination for the Best Quality English Willow Cricket Bats .

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U-19 World Cup Semi Final, India Beat Pakistan by 203 Runs, Highlights: As It Happened


Pakistan Under-19 vs India Under-19(ODI)

India Under-19 272/9 (50.0)R/R: 5.44
Pakistan Under-19 69/10 (29.3)R/R: 2.33

India saw off Pakistan with ruthless efficiency to seal a massive 203-run victory in the second semi-final of the 2018 ICC Under 19 Cricket World Cup. Shubman Gill set things up with an unbeaten 102 that helped India post a mammoth 272/9 after opting to bat, before Ishan Porel’s 4/17 dismantled Pakistan – they were bundled out for 69, their lowest total in ICC U19 CWC history.


Bats are an integral part of cricket ever since their invention.

Much like how the gentleman’s game has witnessed numerous changes over the years. From six-day Test matches to five, from 60 overs one-day matches to 50 overs, and now T20s, in the same way, cricket bats have transformed drastically to meet the current requirements of fast-paced cricket. Even as the rules became more batting friendly, sizes of bat’s edges was a point of debate in the ICC meeting held after World Cup 2015.


cricket bat is a specialized piece of equipment used by batsmen in the sport of cricket to hit the ball, typically consisting of a cane handle attached to a flat-fronted willow-wood blade. The length of the bat may be no more than 38 inches (965 mm) and the width no more than 4.25 inches (108 mm). Its use is first mentioned in 1624. Since 1979, the rule change stipulated that bats can only be made from wood.