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NOTTINGHAMSHIRE CCC OFFICIAL KIT LAUNCH
29 March 2017
Masuri are delighted to announce a deal with Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club to provide both state-of-the-art custom helmets and high-performance teamwear to the entire club.
AUSTRALIA BECOME NEW NUMBER ONE TEST SIDE
26 February 2016
Australia's victory over New Zealand means they have finished two points ahead of India and become the number-one ranked test side before the April 1 cut-off date.
BUTTLER TOPS ENGLAND T20 MVP RANKINGS
24 February 2016
Jos Buttler's superlative performances in the two-match series against South Africa have seen him rapidly shoot to the top of the England T20 MVP Rankings.
AUSTRALIA FILLING UP THE TALENT POOL
18 February 2016
It has been more than two decades since Australia have had a pool of batting talent this good. 10 players aged 23 or younger have already scored 14 centuries between them in this season's Sheffield Shield.
DE KOCK TON KEEPS ODI SERIES ALIVE
10 February 2016
Quinton de Kock scored a masterful century as South Africa kept their one-day series with England alive despite Joe Root's highest score in his ODI history.
WOMEN'S WORLD CUP 2017 VENUES ANNOUNCED
5 February 2016
The Women's World Cup 2017 venues have been confirmed!vDerbyshire, Gloucestershire, Leicestershire, Lord’s and Somerset will host all the exciting match-ups from games played between 26 June to 23 July.
CRICKET IS A GAME; LIFE ISN'T
20 January 2016
Former Australian cricketer Jarrod Kimber wonders if in 20 years time whether cricket clubs/leagues and insurance policies will even allow people not to wear helmets.
Williamson and Taylor Strike Tons as New Zealand Claim Win at the Ageas Bowl
16 June 2015
Kane Williamson and Ross Taylor both hit superb centuries during a sumptuous 206 run partnership, as New Zealand chased down the 303 target set by England to go 2-1 up in the five match One Day International series.
ECB AND PCA ISSUE NEW HELMET SAFETY GUIDANCE NOTE
12 June 2015
The English Cricket Board (ECB) and Professional Cricketers’ Association (PCA) have issued a safety guidance note that ‘strongly encourages’ all cricket clubs and cricketers to review their current head protecting equipment.