Gunn & Moore (GM) has launched a minute long film to showcase their 130 years of making cricket bats in the UK.
The draw for the 2017 National Village Cup takes place at Lord's Cricket Ground on Friday 17th February.
The Cricketer is delighted to announce that Gunn & Moore will be the Official Cricket Brand of the National Village Cup 2017.
Gunn & Moore is pleased to announce the signing of England Lions and Essex CCC batsman Tom Westley to a long term equipment contract with the company.
Gunn & Moore is delighted to announce that Jonathan Trott has renewed his association with the company by signing a new sponsorship agreement after a 4-year break.
On the same day he signed a new contract extension with GM, Northamptonshire opening batsman and new England recruit Ben Duckett crowned a memorable season by making history as the first ever winner of the two headline honours at the NatWest Professional Cricketers’ Awards at last night’s glittering presentation ceremony in London.
Ben Duckett and Zafir Ansari have been selected in the England Test Squad for the upcoming tour to Bangladesh which was announced this morning.
Gunn & Moore is delighted to announce that Corey Anderson (Canterbury and New Zealand) has re-signed for GM for another 3 years which will see him through to the 2019 World Cup.
It’s been a stunning few days of run-scoring for GM’s Daniel Bell-Drummond, Ben Duckett, and Dawid Malan, who have been excelling on one-day duty for the England Lions.
As Jake Ball steps out to make his senior England debut today, he will be celebrating signing a new long-term sponsorship with Gunn & Moore as well as getting his hands on a coveted Test cap.
Following on from the excellent start to the season made by our GM ambassadors, they have continued to produce excellent performances in May and early June, while James Vince made a solid start to his England Test career against Sri Lanka.
Several Gunn & Moore players have enjoyed good starts to the domestic season as the Specsavers County Championship is up and running – rain and snow permitting, that is.
Gunn and Moore is proud to announce that England and Hampshire batsman James Vince has signed a new long term equipment contract with the company.
GM is proud to announce that it has been voted Best Cricket Brand 2016 by readers of Sporting Goods Business (SGB, the UK’s leading sports trade magazine.
Gunn and Moore is delighted to announce that England & Sussex premier batter Sarah Taylor has signed a new long term kit contract with the company ahead of the ICC T20 World Cup. This comes after playing her 100th One Day International for England and being named ‘Player of the Series’ in the recent T20 matches against South Africa with scores of 74* , 66 & 60.
Gunn & Moore’s Sarah Taylor will become just the 23rd women – and seventh from England – to reach a century of One-Day Internationals when her side takes on South Africa at Centurion tomorrow.
Gunn & Moore’s Jack Burnham has been one of the stars of the ICC Under-19 World Cup in Bangladesh, notching up three centuries to guide England into the fifth/sixth place play-off against Pakistan.
Stephen Cook became the 100th debutant to score a Test century when he hit 115 on day one of the fourth Test against England at Centurion.
Gunn & Moore is delighted to announce a new sponsorship agreement with Pro Coach Cricket Academy to support their various cricket coaching programmes throughout Yorkshire and their students.
Gunn & Moore have announced that they are parting company with Joe Root as at the end of September 2015.
GM ambassador Joe Root was rewarded for his consistency during the Ashes series with the Compton-Miller medal, awarded to the player of the series.
Joe Root’s 433 runs in the four Ashes Tests this summer have propelled England to victory and himself to the top of the ICC Test rankings.
Our Gunn & Moore ambassadors have been scoring runs aplenty this month – in the international arena, the domestic game and against the touring Australians as well.
Two of Gunn & Moore’s rising stars, Adam Lyth and Dane Vilas, have been making the headlines this month.
Since 1885, Gunn & Moore has been at the forefront of cricket bat manufacture in the UK, but never resting on their laurels they are always looking for ways to stay at the cutting edge of cricket bat design.
The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) today announced that Team GM player Joe Root has been named as the England Men's Cricketer of the Year for 2014-2015, recognising his outstanding performance in international cricket since May 2014.
You know that summer is really about to start when everybody starts building up to the first Test at Lord’s. New Zealand – with Ross Taylor and Corey Anderson involved - will be England’s opponents and we now know that GM’s Adam Lyth will make his Test debut against the Black Caps.
England women’s fast bowler Kate Cross has become the first woman to play in the 123-year-old Central Lancashire League (CLL), after making her debut for Heywood Cricket Club men’s first XI away at Clifton Cricket Club.
It has been a promising start to 2015 for Team GM with plenty to report both on and off the field with Yorkshire’s Adam Lyth leading the way.
Earlier this year the Tom Maynard Trust teamed up with leading cricket equipment manufacturer Gunn & Moore to provide support for one Academy player at each of the two counties Tom played for, Glamorgan and Surrey, with the establishment of the new TMGM Bursary.
Sussex and England wicket-keeper batsman Sarah Taylor was today awarded the ICC Women’s One-Day International (ODI) Cricketers of the Year Award.
Yorkshire openers Adam Lyth and Alex Lees have been named the Professional Cricketers' Association Player and Young Player of the Year respectively.
After the success of the England Women’s cricket team winning back-to-back Women’s Ashes series and reaching the ICC Women’s World Twenty20 final in Bangladesh in March, Jenny Gunn has been awarded an MBE as part of the Queen’s Birthday Honours list.
Leading cricket retailer Mr Cricket has teamed up with premier English cricket bat manufacturer Gunn & Moore to launch a new GM ‘Hero’ cricket bat to support one of the UK’s favourite charities, Help for Heroes (H4H).
The Tom Maynard Trust has teamed up with leading cricket equipment manufacturer Gunn & Moore to provide support for one Academy player at each of the two counties Tom played for, Glamorgan and Surrey, with the establishment of a new TMGM Bursary.
Alex Hales became the first England player ever to score an international Twenty20 hundred and in doing so helped England beat Sri Lanka and keep alive a realistic chance of progressing in ICC Twenty20 2014.
South Africa’s Test captain and GM star Graeme Smith ended his 347-match International career after the third Sunfoil Test against Australia at Sahara Park Newlands.
GM is delighted to announce the signing of young Surrey batsman and wicket keeper Rory Burns to Team GM.
A little over a year ago Gunn & Moore player Jordan Silk was a substitute fielder for Australia in a Test match and yet to make his first-class debut for Tasmania. Now, he is the Bradman Young Cricketer of the Year, having been rewarded by his peers for an unfashionably patient approach to batting, and some spectacular tricks turned in the field.
England and Nottinghamshire off spinner Graeme Swann today announced his retirement from international and first-class cricket.
Everyone associated with Gunn & Moore is deeply saddened by the news that Reg Simpson, our former Managing Director, has died aged 93.
During Joe Root’s recent visit to the GM factory to pick up his bats for the current tour to Australia, Six 6 for Test Matches and Octane for ODIs and T20s, he took part in an interesting photo shoot.
Derbyshire captain and Team GM member Wayne Madsen has been awarded the inaugural Christopher Martin-Jenkins Spirit of Cricket Elite Award.
Four of Gunn & Moore’s Ambassadors – Jenny Gunn, Joe Root, Graeme Swann and Sarah Taylor – ended the summer as Ashes winners.
For England's Gunn & Moore ambassadors Joe Root and Graeme Swann, the Lord’s Test couldn’t have gone much better.
Before the Trent Bridge Test Match, Shane Watson took a break from training to visit the Gunn & Moore bat factory in Nottingham, England, to collect his bat for the Ashes.
Jenny Gunn’s international-best 5-22 condemned Pakistan Women to a 111-run defeat at Louth in the first of two NatWest Women’s One-Day Internationals.
Matthew Fisher, a GM sponsored player from York, has broken a 91-year-old record to become the youngest cricketer to play in a competitive first class county game.
If there were any questions about GM’s Joe Root’s right to bat in England’s middle-order ahead of the New Zealand Test series, he answered them emphatically with a string of performances that won him the man-of-the-series award.
GM is delighted to announce that Sarah Taylor, considered by many to be the best lady cricketer in the world, has joined Team GM.
Team GM’s Joe Root went in to the start of the 2013 county season on the back of a difficult three Tests in New Zealand, where he had scored 88 runs in five innings. Some might have been questioning whether he was indeed worth his place in the middle-order. Now, after hitting 501 runs for Yorkshire since his return, he has been chosen to lead the England Lions and his place at Lord’s on 16th May looks assured.
Middlesex girls Anna Nicholls and Maia Bouchier got their season off to a flying start. Playing for the County's U15 Girls' Team and both using Gunn & Moore bats, Anna and Maia put on an opening stand of 237 off just 40 overs. Both were not out, Anna scoring 108 of the total, with Maia close behind on 107.
Gunn & Moore pair Ross Taylor and Joe Root played significant roles for their respective sides as England drew level with New Zealand in the ODI at Napier.
GM players Michael Lumb and Alex Hales led the charge as England clinched a 2-1 Twenty20 International series win over New Zealand in emphatic style, crushing the Black Caps by 10 wickets in the decisive match in Wellington.
Team GM Stars Shane Watson and Joe Burns both picked up major accolades at last night’s Allan Border Medal function, winning Australia’s Twenty20 Player of the Year and the Bradman Young Cricketer of the Year award, respectively.
Double World Cup winner Beth Morgan has announced her retirement from international cricket following the recurrence of a shoulder injury.
After a long and successful association spanning from South African schoolboy to the present day, Gunn & Moore has announced that their sponsorship agreement with Jonathan Trott has come to an end.
A masterful 62 not out from New Zealand captain and Team GM star Ross Taylor wasn't enough for the Kiwi's to beat the West Indies and advance to the semi final stage of the T20 World Cup.
Shane Watson's incredible displays at the World Twenty20 continued as he inspired Australia to a resounding eight-wicket win over South Africa to effectively seal a semi-final spot.
Joe Root was awarded the coveted John Arlott Cup as NatWest PCA Young Player of the Year last night at the NatWest PCA Awards at Battersea Evolution.
An inspired hundred from New Zealand’s captain, Ross Taylor, helped the visitors to a commanding first innings total of 365 in the 2nd Test match against India in Bangalore.
Despite the best efforts of Team GM's Travis Head, Australia lost to India in the ICC Under-19 Cricket World Cup final yesterday in Townsville.
Nothing typifies the future of Gunn and Moore than these pictures of new apprentice James Perkins being put through his paces by master craftsman Kevin Stimpson.
Western Australian batsman Liam Davis and Queensland's young star Joe Burns have both been included in Australia's A One-Day International tour of England.
A masterful half-century to captain Shane Watson helped Australia edge out the West Indies in the fifth and final one-day international at Saint Lucia to level the series at 2-2.
GM rising star, Joe Burns, has capped off a stellar season in first-class cricket by helping Queensland win the Sheffield Shield Final over Tasmania at the Gabba’ by three wickets.
Shane Watson picked up the highest honours in both limited-overs formats at the Allan Border Medal last night in Melbourne. The Australian vice-captain, who famously won the Player of the Year Award in 2010 and 2011, missed out on the main prize this time out, but was still named One-Day International (ODI) and Twenty20 Player of the Year.
Shane Watson’s long-awaited return to first-class cricket from a series of hamstring and calf injuries was not a happy one - thanks largely to GM’s Adam Voges and Liam Davis - as Western Australia thumped New South Wales by an innings and 323 runs in Perth overnight.