There are many illegal outsize bats being used in club cricket this summer, though the ECB have announced they are turning a blind eye, taking it upon themselves to suspend a Law of Cricket for two years while two bats have already failed gauge tests in professional cricket.
The change in The Laws has meant that measurement limits apply to thickness and not just width and height. Many expensive bats will have been purchased before October 2017, but as they are made of wood, one might think that planing them to the permitted maximum would be a simple matter.
The treble hundred by Ollie Churchill-Coleman for Irthlingborough Town CC third team.
The CCC and Southall Travel are proud to announce details of this year's Spin Competition.