How a cricket bat is made

Steve Mullaney, the Nottinghamshire cricket Captain, took a visit to the Gunn and Moore Factory based in Nottingham. Mullaney walked around the factory and followed his bat as It was being made. The video showcases the amazing craftmanship and hard work that goes into the process of making a cricket bat, turning a blank piece of wood into a match ready Cricket bat.

Whilst in the factory, the wood goes through many different processes including; drying, grading, shaping, binding and labelling. And every bat that passes through the factory follows the exact same process.

Gunn and Moore supply to some of the top sportsmen and women around the world, they are leading manufacturer for premium sports equipment, and have been for over 130 years! The brands mission is to take amateurs and top professional players on a journey to achieve their most potential.

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