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3 important tricks for a cricketer to maintain sports kit and identify fake v/s real

Ritam Dutta
22 Aug 2016
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3 important tricks for a cricketer to maintain sports kit and identify fake v/s real

 

In India the most famous sports is nothing but cricket. Millions of youngsters dream to become Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar - the Iconic Hero of Cricket. In cities and villages, roads and lanes, grounds and deserts everywhere, in every corner people of India are getting addicted to the glory and thrill of this sport. So to become a cricketer first know few basic and important tricks to maintain your sports kit.

Feed oil at the bottom hole of your bat

Every young kid who are playing cricket in different clubs at any level want to play well with their belongings like: Bat, Pad, Ball, Gloves, Helmet etc. For maintaining your bat or willow first make sure that the willow must be made of English willow or Kashmir willow. In every bat there is a tiny hole at the bottom. Put a mixture of olive oil and coconut oil in 2:1 ratio in every 3 - 4 days. The mixture will soak into the willow and provide the better service to hit the ball out of the park.

Identify the fake v/s real bat

While purchasing your cricket bat from any sports shop first make sure about the product specification. Your willow must have straight grains, thick blade, highly concave edges and specially designed scaled grip. Don’t forget to check the original brand sticker on the top, side edge with Regd. Number and in rubber grip of your bat.

Always use well protected pad and gloves

Before buying the pads of leg, arm, chest etc. first make sure that your pads must contain high quality spongy protection, top quality strap, double layer protection in knee and ankle area.

 

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Authored By Ritam Dutta

Ritam Dutta is an official partner of "Day On My Plate". He is an entrepreneur in mind and passionate blogger by heart. Moreover, he is also an academician, author, public speaker, investor, and internet personality.

 

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