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Bat Guide

  1. selecting the cleft by hand 
  2. Pressing the cleft and applying around 3ton of pressure over a period of time. 
  3. Splicing the cleft on our custom made jigs and cutting the handle to fit the cleft.
  4. Cut out shoulders and shape of toe on the bat
  5. Using a drawknife start the initial shaping of the bat removing large amount of willow from around the shoulder and toe areas.
  6. Once the drawknife has taken off some willow we then use spoke shaves and rounded planes to remove willow from in between the spine and edge of the bat.
  7. The shoulders and handle are shaped and sanded
  8. Once the bat is at the correct weight, shaped to the right profile and is well balanced, it is then sanded down starting with a rough grit of 80 and then moved up through the grit leaves and is finished off with a fine 320 grit.
  9. The bat has a wax finished applied to it  and the handled is binded 
  10.  Our stickers are applied to the bat and a grip to create the finished Wombat.

 

• It would be great to have a ‘Choose your Bat” guide maybe combined with a size guide. 

 

Size Guide:

 

Size 3    4ft 6 – 4ft 11

Size 4    4ft 9 – 4ft 11

Size 5    4ft 1-   5ft 2

Size 6    5ft 2 – 5ft 4 

Size H    5ft 4 - 5ft 6

Size SH 5ft 6 - upwards

 

Choose your bat:

 

  1. Modern day player. Plays a lot of shots of both the front foot and back foot. Likes a bat with good sized edges and a bow in the blade.  Along with a high middle to help get reward from the range of shots played.

 

  1. Traditional player. Plays a high percentage of their shots off the front foot and likes a bat with a lower middle to help when driving the ball.

 

  1. Bespoke player. Has a bat that they are currently using and would like another one made to that profile, weight, pick up. 

 

1= Wombat Players bat

2= Wombat Classic bat

3= Bespoke service

 

Willow grades

 

3 star = Grade 3 English willow

4 star = Grade 2 English willow

Pro = Grade 1 English Willow

Limited Edition = Grade +1 English Willow