Harrow Its a measurement for the bat length/handle length - SH= Short Handle LH=Long Handle
Generally speaking, the dimensions of a standard cricket bat are as follows: 33 - 33.5" total length 11" handle length 22" batting part 4.5" width I'm not 100% sure about the thickness, but I THINK its about 1". length of the cricket bat - 96.6 c.m length of the cricket bat - 96.6 c.m
No, if you break the handle on a cricket bat it is not worth replacing.
The maximum allowable length for a cricket bat is 38 inches.
Basically its a Short handle bat
top section of the bat... where the handle joins the bat
The standard length of a cricket bat is 38 inches (96.5 cm.) This length was introduced in 1835
maximum permitted length of bat is 38" inches.
A cricket bat and a hockey stick varies in shape. A cricket bat has a short handle and a long flat head. A hockey stick has a long handle and a curves short head.
Sh Means SHORT HANDLE
Small Harrow It's the size of the bat