Cricket Armoury Cricket Equipment

Armoury Pads and GLoves

Sports has always played a key part within our lives, and this love and passion for sports culminated in the foundation of Cricket Armoury. Cricket Armoury is a company fixated on providing high-quality cricketing apparel, meeting the needs of cricketers of all levels.

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Armoury Pads and GLoves

However, unlike traditional cricket companies, Cricket Armoury has a keen focus on supporting the younger generations through sponsorship schemes, whilst also striving to provide lower prices for very high-quality products

Why choose Cricket Armoury?

Cricket Armoury BatsThe craftsmanship involved with Cricket armoury is ever focussed on ensuring that the quality of every product is up to our high standards.

Having played cricket throughout our lives, we have first hand experiences of “big-brand” equipment either not lasting or being up to scratch.

We ensure, through countless quality checks, that firstly the products we provide perform great but also ensure that the products will last and be a rightful partner in your cricketing journey.

The GM Diamond 606 Accessories English Willow Cricket Bat in Multicolour

GM Bats

When it comes to cricket gear, especially the soul of the game—the cricket bat—nothing quite matches the prowess of the Gunn and Moore (GM) brand.

GM BatsProudly presenting the GM Diamond 606 Accessories English Willow Cricket Bat in a vibrant multicolour design, Gunn and Moore reaffirm their commitment to providing cricketers with equipment that not only performs exceptionally but also stands out on the field.

Crafted for Excellence: The GM Diamond 606 Accessories Bat

This masterpiece from Gunn and Moore epitomises the fusion of style and substance. The hard material used in its construction ensures durability and resilience, making it the perfect companion for intense cricketing action. The multicolour design not only adds flair to your game but also signifies the dynamic and versatile nature of the modern cricketer.

Performance Meets Aesthetics: Unraveling the Features

  1. Premium Material Construction: Crafted from premium materials, the GM Diamond 606 Accessories English Willow Cricket Bat is a testament to Gunn and Moore’s commitment to excellence. The hard material used ensures a solid and powerful performance, adapting seamlessly to the demands of any sporting activity.
  2. Designed for Maximum Enjoyment: Gunn and Moore brand sports products are more than just equipment; they are designed to enhance your cricketing experience. With the GM Diamond 606, you can step onto the field with the confidence that your bat is not just an accessory but an extension of your passion for the game.

A Note on Appearance:

While the images showcase the Diamond Original LE bat, it’s essential to note that other models will feature the same distinctive decals. However, the appearance of the wood may vary, adding a touch of uniqueness to each bat. Embrace the diversity and individuality that each GM Diamond 606 brings to the cricketing arena.

Conclusion: Elevate Your Game with GM Diamond 606 Accessories Bat

In conclusion, the GM Diamond 606 Accessories English Willow Cricket Bat in Multicolour is not just a cricket bat; it’s a statement. A statement of your commitment to the game, your passion for excellence, and your appreciation for the artistry that goes into crafting top-tier cricket gear.

Equip yourself with the best from Gunn and Moore and step onto the field ready to conquer challenges. The GM Diamond 606 is more than a bat; it’s a game-changer in the world of cricket. Perform to the fullest, enjoy every moment, and let your cricketing journey be as vibrant as the multicolour design of this exceptional cricket bat.

Custom Made VR Cricket Bats

Many of you may of seen me playing iB Cricket using different VR cricket bats.  I have had the pleasure of being sent two custom made VR cricket bats from Brighton Harry, a bat maker for VR cricket.

Brighton Harry has kindly taken the time to write a blog post about his story and how he got into creating cricket bats for VR.  See ALL of his great VR cricket bats on his Ebay page.

This is Brighton Harry’s story…

“I played a lot of cricket during the 80s and 90s and was privileged to play with excellent players because my father was a professional cricketer.

One of my father’s friends, David, owned a repair business in his double garage, which we often frequently visited on a Saturday morning before the game.

VR Cricket Bats

Saturday mornings were always busy, and you would bump into someone you knew getting a new cricket grip or collecting a repaired bat before their Saturday game.

Many would go there just for the conversation and the company and to avoid having to go shopping with their wives.

I always remember seeing all the bats in different states of repair and the smell of willow & I used to love picking up the other bats, such as GN Scoops, SS Jumbos, and GN Powerspots, to name but a few belonging to professional cricketers. It was this that got me into the habit of collecting vintage bats.

Even though David retired from the bat repair business in the mid-90s, he continued to potter around in his workshop, and I used to visit him regularly to listen to stories and watch him work.

A couple of years ago, I bought a Meta Quest 2, found IB cricket, and immediately fell in love with the game. I did not realise how popular this game was and believe it is due to how realistic it is to the actual game.

If this was around in the 80s, imagine how many people would use it during the winter months whilst waiting for the indoor cricket nets once a week, where you’d get two or three overs on a very unrealistic wicket.

VR Cricket Guy with Duncan Fearlney VR Bat
VR Cricket Guy with Duncan Fearnley VR Bat

Platforms like VR Cricket Guy are bringing many of us together, getting us to discuss what improvements to this game are needed. Watching one of his YouTube videos made me think of making a heavier counterbalanced bat with a genuine rubber grip that would give you a more realistic experience that would transfer to the actual game.

When David passed away at 99 years old last year, his wife asked if I would help clear his workshop and take anything I wanted.

Along with all the bat repair tools, tapes, glues, etc. & many old bats that, although they were beyond repair, David kept them anyway over the years. Also, I found a filing cabinet full of old cricket stickers that David picked up over the years from manufacturers.

These bats would not have survive one more innings against the leather cricket ball, but I came up with the idea of using them in VR cricket, giving them a new lease of life.

Along with these bats and the ones I’ve collected over many years, I have almost every make and model from the 70s and 80s.”