The best grains I have seen in real life has to be cricketer13 bhai's MB LE. It doesn't have as many grains as Strauss Legend but they are ruler straight and evenly spaced. I believe there are around 14 grains on that MB but they are very good grains.
Majid Bhai, which bats did you own which had similar grains to Strauss Legend?
That bat of Gayle's has Newberry "Hammer Edge"
Only looks like a 7 or 8 grainer. Has anyone got a profile shot?
Are you suggesting this is Tim K's product because of that tiny sticker? I thought Gayle's bats were made down under, on a small island
The bat Gayle used to score 333 is a genuine Ihsan bat. You can see IHSAN burnt in on the sides.
You got it wrong again. Gayle actually does use Genuine IHSAN bats. Email Ihsan sports now and they will tell you he uses real Ihsan and they will have full proof aswell. I hope IHSAN name a bat after Gayle's triple hundred and call it IHSAN GAYLE FORCE 333 or 300.
Its an Ihsan side sticker without the bats model name(lynx) printed on it. The bat does have a hammer edge sheet(hammer edge sheets can be applied to any bat not just newbery) thesedays lot of players use them like Sachin Tendulkar, Bhaji, Yuvi, B Mcullum and few other indian & Kiwi players use em.Have a look at the pics properly bro, that is definately 100% a newbery bat mr gayle is using, you can see the newbery sticker on the side which has been taped over and the orange grip is also a giveaway..
Have a look at the pics properly bro, that is definately 100% a newbery bat mr gayle is using, you can see the newbery sticker on the side which has been taped over and the orange grip is also a giveaway..
Did Bradman practice with 2 bats?....if no then you don't need to do this.
Batting is simple, those who complicate it, fail at it.
Knowing proper batting technique is easy, putting it into practice separates the good from the bad.
I don't think he's actually hitting throwdowns. Looks like he is just practicing his backlift and plausibly the followthrough. This is pretty common practice to improve bat speed. Sprinters do something similar as well. They tie a heavy object to themselves (e.g. truck tire) and then drag it along while running. When the tire comes off, you feel like you're flying Same principle here. Don't understand what's so controversial about it...