March 5, 2008

Cricket Bat Kookaburra and who use it?

I have been writing about Cricket since August 2007. Most of the time, I wrote about the cricket players, the grounds, batting, bowling and fielding. Suddenly, ideas come to my mind that why I haven’t written about the equipments which use for playing cricket match. Now, I am writing about the Cricket Bats.

In this post I am writing about the Cricket Bat, Kookaburra. We all know, before starting any works you will get some history behind it. Kookaburra has also. Kookaburra was established in 1890, the brainchild of saddle and harness maker Alfred Grace Thompson. After immigrating to Australia in search of a warmer climate, Thompson found that his trade was being eaten away by the advent of the motor industry and consequently decided to use his experience in leather to expand into the provision of sporting goods. Ably assisted by his sons Bill and Alf, Thompson's traditional production methods were soon in demand, particularly within the burgeoning cricket ball market. From these beginnings, the Kookaburra brand has been propelled forward by four generations of the Thompson family, all the while remaining true to the need for product development to remain at the core of the business.

According to the difference source I have got a lot of information about the kinds of Kookaburra Bats. It is different types and that is why different payers chose it. Kookaburra Blade Runner Cricket Bats 2008, England batsman Owais Shah prefer it. There is also variation Kookaburra Blade. It is 6 kinds.

Kookaburra Ice Sub Zero Cricket Bats 2008, is the choice of Michael Hussey and Jamie Dalrymple. There are seven kinds of Kookaburra Ice Cricket Bats. Similarly, it is different is types and comfortable for different match and the players use it in different kinds of match. The comment about Kookaburra Genesis Hurricane Cricket Bat "I've always felt the advantage belongs to the person who sizes it. Whether stealing a quick single or sending it back over the heads, I play my game at 100%. The genesis gives me speed and the control to stay one step ahead". - Mike Hussey

Kookaburra Kahuna is the favorite cricket bat of Australia Captain Ricky Ponting. He has a lot of positive comment on this cricket enhancement. He uses different types of Kookaburra Kahuna in different match and also uses some important comments in which time which bat is well.

These are the most important cricket bat form Kookaburra (Blade Cricket Bats, Ice Cricket Bats, Genesis Cricket Bats, Junior Cricket Bats).

Here is a list of those players who use Kookaburra Bats for cricket match. AB de Villiers, Andy Bichel, Ben Hutton, Brett Lee, Damien Martyn, David Alleyne, David Hemp, Ed Joyce, Ed Smith, Hamish Marshall, Hashim Amla, Hylton Ackerman, Ian Harvey James Marshall Jamie Dalrymple Jamie How Jeetan Patel Justin Kemp Justin Langer Kumar Sangakkara Matt Windows Michael Di venuto Michael Hussey Michael Yardy Nathan Astle Nathan Bracken Philip Mustard Ricky Ponting Robin Peterson Roger Sillence Sanath Jayasuriya Scott Styris Stephen Moore. I have got these names from Cricket Bats website but did not get any payer of Indian team who use Kookaburra Bat for paying match.

You will get a lot of information on Kookaburra Cricket Bats in different web site and can buy it from there. is among those where you will get information about cricket equipment.