L.J. Nicolls started making bats in 1876 in his workshop in Robertsbridge, East Sussex and was the iconic company that and supplied WG Grace with his record-breaking cricket bat with which he scored his 100th century and made 1000 runs in May 1894.
L.J. Nicolls started manufacturing cricket bats in 1876. These two manufacturers merged in the early 1940s and thus Gray-Nicolls was formed. After World War II, famous cricket stars such as England Captain Wally Hammond and Australian all-rounder Keith Miller started to use Gray-Nicolls bats.
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Gray Nicolls Scoop, the bat every kid wanted for Christmas, turns 40. The Scoop, made famous in the 70s by the Chappell brothers, was as an Anglo-Australian sports marketing phenomenon. 40 years ...
BAT #2 Gray-Nicolls GN 100 Scoop - GC Master. The GC Master is named after the great Greg Chappell. Greg used the Gray-Nicolls brand throughout his 87-test career. These bats were in production in the early eighties and continued for about a year or so after Greg retired in 1984.
Gray-Nicolls Legend Cricket Bat. The pinnacle of 160 years of bat making history and heritage. Beautifully hand-crafted with clas... The pinnacle of 160 years of bat making history and heritage. Beautifully hand-crafted with classic laseretched branding. Legend encapsulates the quality, performance and reputation of the leading brand in cricket.
Gray-Nicolls have long been at the very top of the bat manufacturing game and you can see why. The bat itself is smartly put together with not a grain out of place. The Cricketer | 08/10/2021 at 13:20. RRP: £125, Weight: 2lb 12oz, Edges: 40mm.
Gray Nicolls Velocity LE Light Cricket Bat 2017 $ 525.00. Gray Nicolls Velocity XP1 LE Cricket Bat 2017. Gray Nicolls Velocity XP1 LE Cricket Bat 2017 $ 500.00. Gray Nicolls Predator 3 LE Cricket Bat 2017. Gray Nicolls Predator 3 LE Cricket Bat 2017 Sold Out. Gray Nicolls Pro Performance (Pre Prepared) Cricket Bat 2017.
Gray Nicolls Inferno GN6 English Willow Cricket Bat. Inferno certainly lives up to its name, with stunning licks of red and yellow fluorescent flame straddling the spine of the bat. The low middle of the bat remains, encouraging batsmen to get on the front foot, while the feathered toe makes this bat’s pick-up almost non-existent.