What’s inside a Cricket Bat?

100 thoughts on “What’s inside a Cricket Bat?

  1. Just wood?! Thats english willow. And the handle is made of Caine and those black lines in the handle are bands so there is less vibration through the handle when you hit a ball

  2. I am from Australia. How can you destroy 2 billion years of wood research by cutting a cutting-edge bat? 😢😏😂

  3. 4:20 all poor well performing cricketers crying after seeing a English willow kookaburra bat being cut

  4. I have a kookaburra khuana pro it's nice . But y do u waste it everybody know there is wood in every bat

  5. 5:53 A kookaburra bat is expensive bcoz it is made with a better quality wood and produced carefully. A good bad can deal a lot of speed. A kookaburra bat can withstand 290kmh speed ball. Don't believe me. Try it out😏

  6. The three lines mean that you can play with a leather ball
    And if there are no lines means the bat is a tennis ball bat

  7. My heart is crying to see that kookaburra bat cuts in 2 pieces

  8. When he said it is just wood made my heart sink 🤦‍♂️

  9. Here i am afraid of ask a bat from my parents and their you buyer cut it wow brilliant

  10. It feels me Pity. You cannot do that with a cricket bat. Respect it man.
    If you have any spare bats and you are planning to destroy it like this then give it to someone who is in need of this .
    I am completely shattered watching this. This is unacceptable.

  11. I’ve never seen a cricket bat before is something I never thought I’d hear

  12. Hey mate the black lines are cork in the handle n the actual bat is either English or Kashmir

  13. Lol..look at them.They think they know everything about cricket.Then what is LBW?😂BTW just sayin.

  14. So, no explanation of what is actually going on. Not the type of join used, or the use of woods or the tradition of using willow.
    The people who do know are left disappointed and the people who don't are left none the wiser and all it would take is 5 minutes of research.
    This was just the outtakes from a free holiday to Australia.

  15. What they could of done was turned it into a middle bat plus it is more expensive what wood you use the best is English willow then there is a grade so grade 1 is best then like grade 3 is not as good then you get different brand prices if they make it handmade or not then pre knocked In or not

  16. Go to kashmir and check out the differemce between a kashmir willow bat and the english willow one which you just opened!Ive niticed kashmir willow bats are quite tough

  17. That quality doesn’t deserve to be cut😭😭😭😭😭😭😭

  18. At least that bat wasn't a Keeley it would have been 450 pound down the drain but still my mind be like don't do it noooooooooooooo

  19. Such a sin. I’m from Australia and you just destroyed a Awesome Bat , next time don’t use a good bat use a 20€ bat

  20. Some stuff you don’t find in like India or England (two of the cricketing countries in the world). But in Australia like a cricket bat

  21. My uncle actually has a cricket bat but it’s a different kind of bat because it’s for playing at home and it’s for beginners and it’s not made out of wood and it’s hollow so even when you hit it like medium it will go far and it’s light

  22. What do u reckons in a $200 WOODEN bat ? Idk let’s cut it open ….. look it’s made out of timber

  23. i am telling you just frankly to know how to hold the bat.dont remind anything

  24. The most important piece of equipment is your protector otherwise you know pain.

  25. Him: I don't know why this bat is more expensive than the other bats its just wood


  26. So you cut it open to find out what's in it but still you didn't figure out the handle is layers of cane with cork/rubber sandwiched in-between. What a waste of a bat.

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