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My 10 year old has started playing cricket.where`s the best place you know for cricket gear Read More
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8y, 1m agoPosted 8 years, 1 month ago
My 10 year old has started playing cricket.where`s the best place you know for cricket gear
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8y, 1m agoPosted 8 years, 1 month ago
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#1
Where are you located? V Sports is in Coventry, they do some really good sales from time to time. Obviously now is not the time for sales though, season starting next week. Well my season starts next week anyway!!
#3
try sports direct - they do cheapish sports stuff.
#4
lucerysmum
try sports direct - they do cheapish sports stuff.


Its not great for cricket though really...
#5
Newitts is good and cheap for general sports things...

www.newitts.com

EDIT: heres a link to the cricket gear... Clicky
#6
[url]www.thesportshq.com[/url] - bought from them before for things for my son. Very good service, quick delivery and quality products at a good price when I used them

or try
[url]www.cricketdirect.co.uk[/url]


or http://www.seriouscricket.co.uk/shop/
#7
Just bought my daughter a pair of Slazenger cricket trousers from Sports Direct for £5.99. They seem ok - got to put the hem up yourself though but I suppose it's good for different sized kids. Also bought her a training cricket ball for £2.99 so didn't think it was too bad. Check out [url]www.sportsdirect.com[/url]
#8
thanks for all the replies
#9
if you are near Penrith, Cumbria then SportsCraft is good, or Morrant / Romida.
#10
Depends how much your budget is, for example I make my own bats in the UK which cost £150 (not plugging btw!). Whereas Sports Direct will offer bats as low as £10, they'll be terrible when hitting a proper leather ball but 10yr olds mainly play kwik cricket.

If this is his first season the Sports Direct and lower grade Woodworm gear from The Sports HQ will do, after a season or two it's worth looking at cricket specialists such as Owzat Cricket. There's also a number of people in the UK who run smaller brands who can offer very good value kit, Ebay is a good place to start for some of these.

If you're unsure on whether a bat is suitable feel free to PM me as I've worked for a number of cricket companies in the UK and in India so know my stuff :-D

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