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“Kookaburra Bat Grip”

published 26/10/2016

AdvantagesGood quality, affordable, durable, range of colours and grip styles.


...First impressions The Kookaburra brand is known for its high quality cricket equipment and accessories. If you are looking for a new bat or even pads etc. then Kookaburra will have what you want and need. The prices are usually reasonable, though they can be a little more than alternative brands due to the higher than average quality. I like the motif of the Kookaburra brand, and this is...

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“Joola Table Tennis Bat”

published 07/02/2017

AdvantagesGood quality, grip, comfort, control, durable.

DisadvantagesPrice may put casual players off.

...table tennis facilities came in handy, but as they equipment was well used I thought it would be nice to get my own equipment. The least I would use it was when I came on holiday next year, or so I thought. The humble table tennis bat surprised me with the variety of models on offer when it came to the purchase. Do I buy one for a tenner? Do I buy a top of the range bat? How could I justify it? I...

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AdvantagesHigh quality, great shock absorption, great value for money, plenty of grip.


.... Players have different types of bats these days, and with the change of format we see a different kind of bat, designed for the big shots and not just to tap the ball around the outfield. T20 isn?t about the running game but boundaries, so the big hitters are connecting to more shots, with the aim of the game to go big or go home. In addition to a good quality bat anyone at the wicket will want to...

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