Gray-Nicolls tops 2011 Test Match Centuries chart
Happy New Year from Gray-Nicolls!
||Gray-Nicolls bats scored more Test Match 100s in 2011 than any other brand.
A Gray-Nicolls bat was raised eleven times with Alastair Cook
passing the landmark four times. In doing so, he also notched up
the year’s highest Test Match individual score of 294.
Brendan Taylor, Angelo Mathews, David Warner and Shaun Marsh compiled maiden
Test Match Hundreds, while Shiv Chanderpaul scored two against the Indians.
In the One Day game Zimbabwe Captain Taylor, passed a hundred three times.
Marsh, Cook, Jesse Ryder, Dinesh Chandimal, Kane Williamson & Andrew Strauss
took Gray-Nicolls’ International tally to twenty.
In the domestic game Gray-Nicolls continued to dominate with 79 centuries,
more than any other brand, with Strauss, Dale Benkenstein and Varun Chopra
all scoring four each.
England left for Dubai yesterday for the up and coming series with Pakistan.
Please view the links below to get an insight from Cook and Strauss on their
bat selection for the trip and 20 questions with recalled spinner Monty Panesar.
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Date: 3 January 2012