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3D Sports have been supplying cricket equipment at very competitive prices since 1971. If you're looking for new cricket bats or a bargain in our cricket sale, then browse our online cricket shop. We stock over 1000 items at excellent prices so you can find exactly what you're after.

Our cricket gear includes cricket gloves, cricket pads, cricket shoes, cricket bags, cricket sets and a whole other range of cricket supplies and cricket balls. We provide essential pieces of cricket kit from the top names like Adidas, Gray Nicolls, Gunn and Moore, Kookaburra,  Readers, and many more. We offer an extensive junior cricket bat range and senior cricket bat range, covering everything from a beginner’s needs to those of a seasoned pro.

For more information, just email us or call on 08456760099  to speak to our experienced cricket team who would be happy to discuss our range with you in more detail.

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    Gayle could re-sign for Renegades

    West Indies batsman Chris Gayle could re-sign for Melbourne Renegades in Australia's Big Bash, despite January's sexism controversy.

  • Yorkshire edge day to leave game poised

    Yorkshire edge day to leave game poised

    England opener Alex Hales again misses out on a half century as Yorkshire edge the third day against Nottinghamshire.

  • Somerset follow on after Anderson burst

    Somerset follow on after Anderson burst

    James Hildreth makes a century but Somerset follow on against Lancashire after Jimmy Anderson's three-wicket burst.

  • Malan hits ton as game heads for draw

    Malan hits ton as game heads for draw

    Dawid Malan's century helps Middlesex build a first-innings' lead against Hampshire, but a draw looks the likely result.

  • Worcs opener D'Oliveira hits maiden ton

    Worcs opener D'Oliveira hits maiden ton

    Worcestershire opener Brett D'Oliveira makes his maiden County Championship century but Essex remain on top at New Road.

  • Burham hits first ton in Oval run-fest

    Burham hits first ton in Oval run-fest

    Jack Burnham hits his maiden first-class century as Durham make their highest score against Surrey at The Oval.

  • Kleinveldt blitz stuns Derbyshire

    Kleinveldt blitz stuns Derbyshire

    Rory Kleinveldt's 20-ball half-century and Jake Libby's patient hundred put Northants on top against Derbyshire.

  • Joyce & Nash hold off Leicestershire

    Joyce & Nash hold off Leicestershire

    Ed Joyce's unbeaten half-century sees Sussex hold off Leicestershire after Mark Pettiti's ton on day three at Hove.

  • Lloyd and Wagg hundreds hold up Kent

    Lloyd and Wagg hundreds hold up Kent

    Hundreds for Glamorgan pair David Lloyd and Graham Wagg set Kent a final-day victory target of 187 at Canterbury.

  • Edwards set to miss rest of season

    Edwards set to miss rest of season

    Hampshire fast bowler Fidel Edwards is set to miss the rest of the season after surgery on a broken ankle.

  • Hales has no regrets over rest

    Hales has no regrets over rest

    England opener Alex Hales says he has no regrets over resting from Nottinghamshire's first two matches of the season.

  • Smith leaves IPL with wrist injury

    Smith leaves IPL with wrist injury

    Australia captain Steve Smith is forced to end his stay in the Indian Premier League because of a wrist injury.

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