Hussey and Haddin kit bags

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Just thought I'd post this up. When we have the test cricket televised in Australia, during the lunch break we get whats called the cricket show. Recently they've been going into the players kit bags. Interesting to watch especially Hussey and the amount of gloves he has in his bag, plus 6 bats and his scales he carries with him.
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Brad Haddin
http://wwos.ninemsn.com.au/cricket/cricketshow/video/?videoid=12c04bfd-5ffd-4bd1-9054-525372e0bbdc&tab=1
Micheal hussey
http://wwos.ninemsn.com.au/cricket/cricketshow/video/?videoid=24ce47b0-5089-43e3-ae6c-50b2e92e837a&tab=1
 
excellent videos ... thanks for sharing :)

Also saw the video on galsses ... loved them, would be great to have such view from players !
 
Brilliant find, many thanks for sharing this mate, I appreciate it!

I never knew there were seperate batting gloves for matches and nets :O.

It was brilliant and nice to see how well organized Hussey is (Haddin bag shows how most players have there bags organized), indeed he is certainly Mr. Cricket, perfection in every corner! :14:

Makes me like Hussey even more now :))
 
Brilliant find, many thanks for sharing this mate, I appreciate it!

I never knew there were seperate batting gloves for matches and nets :O.

It was brilliant and nice to see how well organized Hussey is (Haddin bag shows how most players have there bags organized), indeed he is certainly Mr. Cricket, perfection in every corner! :14:

Makes me like Hussey even more now :))

lol ... I always had seperate pads & gloves for training & match days; they don't mix :))
 
lol ... I always had seperate pads & gloves for training & match days; they don't mix :))

But then you want to have same design, same style etc so you don't require breaking in and so you are used to them.

I believe the practice ones might be lower end gloves as opposed to match gloves.

He just had one pair of pads I see :))
 
But then you want to have same design, same style etc so you don't require breaking in and so you are used to them.

I believe the practice ones might be lower end gloves as opposed to match gloves.

He just had one pair of pads I see :))

He is not CD :))
 
But then you want to have same design, same style etc so you don't require breaking in and so you are used to them.

I believe the practice ones might be lower end gloves as opposed to match gloves.

He just had one pair of pads I see :))

They are fully sponsored and get everything for free, as well as getting paid to use their gear, so they get the best of the best even if it was for backyard cricket, lol.

They don't have to worry about buying cheaper lower end gloves for nets, because they get it all for free, so all their gloes are the top models. They just designate some as net gloves and others as match gloves.
 
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Ah okay thanks for clearing all that up.

I have never understood how sponsoship works :facepalm:
 
I believe the practice ones might be lower end gloves as opposed to match gloves.

Doubt it. A company as big as Kookaburra doesn't need to save a couple of hundred dollars on gloves for any of their players, let alone one of their flagships.

I've also heard someone say players have a limited budget from their sponsors with which they can buy things.... Not true! Any company worth it salt would be swooning over these players and take every measure necessary to satisfy them, they talk brand power, not dollars and cents.
 
I've also heard someone say players have a limited budget from their sponsors with which they can buy things.... Not true!

I had been believing that this might be how there sponsorship deals work out so I thought they'd save few bucks by getting lower end gloves perhaps. :))

shirazi_r said:
Any company worth it salt would be swooning over these players and take every measure necessary to satisfy them, they talk brand power, not dollars and cents.

True.
 
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