Eversley Cricket Club

Eversley Cricket Club - Kit & Equipment

Cricket kit buyers guides from Lords

Need some advice about how to choose cricket kit for you or your kids?

MCC Head Coach Mark Alleyne and Middlesex wicket-keeper John Simpson offer practical tips in these videos.

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Lord's Buyers' Guide

All Rounder Cricket - Club Online Store

The Eversley CC online store for can be found at:

NXT Masuri Teamwear Eversley Shop

2023-27 Eversley CC Kit

Please note: All young cricketers up to U17 should order and wear the appropriate Colts or Girls shirt as they have been specially designed to include the Logo of our sponsors.

When ordering kit please ensure you make it clear if you are ordering for a young cricketer or an adult.

Junior match Shirts and Trousers (coloured kit) should be ordered from Serious Cricket.https://seriouscricket.co.uk/teamwear/stores/eversley-cc-colts/sublimated-bespoke-round-neck-ss-shirt/
Eversley Caps can be purchased from ECC stock and will be available to purchase at the clubhouse on a Friday evening.

How to choose a cricket bat
The link below is to a youtube video by a leading bat manufacturer.

The video is an excellent explanation of the different sizes and styles of bat and how to go about choosing the one for you or your son or daughter.

How to choose a cricket bat

Cricketers and all top coaches agree with suppliers and manufacturers that choosing the correct size bat is vital for the proper technical development of young cricketers.

It is important that the bat is not too long and more importantly not too heavy to hinder correct stroke play and good technique. Junior bats are scaled down in size and weight to meet this important requirement.

We often see young cricketers with bats that are too large. This makes coaching and playing cricket shots extremely difficult and often frustrating for the young cricketer.

Please choose a bat that is the correct size for your son or daughter. As a rough guide the top of the bat handle should be no higher than the top of the groin.

Please note: Eversley Cricket Club does not recommend any particular brand of cricket equipment, including bats!