The brian lara gray nicolls scoop autographed cricket batis certainly something i wish i had when i was a young boy. I loved to watch brian lara play. As i am as left handed batsman as he is, i was always glued to the TV whenever the west indies were on TV. He was my childhood hero when i was a teenager. I remember going to many cricket matches in south africa when the boys from the Caribbean came to town. I had the wonderful pleasure of getting a number of these cricket bats signed when i met Brian at the recent 20/20 world cup.
Im sure this will be a wonderful cricket bat after you put some oil on it and knock it in however i would suggest this is more for a collector or someone who understands what a great contribution to cricket brian lara has given us. If you would like some more information or pictures feel free to give me a call.
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So the first thing i noticed about the MRF Wizard Brian Lara Cricket Bat was just how well balanced it is. MRF really has done a good job at creating this masterpiece of a cricket bat. Its almost as if its not in your hands at all. It feels so light it is just amazing. The cricket bat is available in the light to medium range and is available now for $239 at cricket store online.
Watch this short little video from cricket store online in which i explain some of the things i really like about this cricket bat.
Another thing i like about this cricket bat is that it only has 7 or 8 grains. According to the master bat maker at Laver & Wood in New zealand 8 grains is the perfect amount as that will help your bat last longer. If you have to many grains your new cricket bat isnt going to last you more than a few seasons.
This MRF wizard 400 cricket bat is also made in the old fashion model of having thinner edges. I personally prefer thinner edges as it also helps the cricket bat last longer