The 'H' is a stamp to classify the size of the bat purchased. It is usually stamped on the shoulder of the bat, along with the weight. Here are some useful classification stamps: 'H' means Harrow 'SH' means Short Handle 'LH' means Long Handle
Junior's bat are of Size H. Means under aged players can use this size of Bat
master blaster srijeev says kookaburra carnage kahuna or an engish willow reebok -EDITED BY SOMEONE ELSE- Reebok bats are terrible. The best bat in the world will be any bat from Laver and Wood, M&H or Gunn and Moore.
William H. Slatter has written: 'Recollections of Lord's and the Marylebone Cricket Club' -- subject(s): Marylebone Cricket Club
An H and B No. 60 Joe Dimaggio bat can be worth hundreds of dollars or more. Depending on the condition, this bat can go for upwards of $700 and even more.
A cricket helmet is a helmet used in the sport Cricket. One requires to wear a cricket helmet to protect themselves from injury by the cricket ball, which is very hard and can travel at speed of 140km/h.
i have a h&b 88 wooden bat and i would like to know how much it is worth can u please answer?
F. A. H. Henley has written: 'The boys' book of cricket'
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