FREE UK DELIVERY when you spend £60 and over

GM Cricket

  1. Player Edition Bats

    Player Edition Bats

    When you purchase a Gunn & Moore bat, whether it be from our website or through one of our retailers, you can be assured of the very highest quality of willow, attention to detail and exceptional performance.


    If you ever find yourself looking for a bat on our website, you may notice a section called ‘Player Edition Bats’.  These incredible bats are absolutely 100% identical to those which some of your favourite players use, including Ben Stokes, Ross Taylor or GM’s latest Test Match centurion, Travis Head.


    Read more
  2. GM & Dan Lawrence Team Up

    GM & Dan Lawrence Team Up

    Gunn & Moore is delighted to announce the signing of Dan Lawrence who has committed to using GM products for the 2019 season and beyond.

    "I am really excited to join Team GM and I can't wait to get going this English summer, using some quality kit and hopefully scoring a lot of runs,” said Lawrence. “Seeing the bats that my club captain Ryan ten Doeschate and Tom Westley keep receiving made the move to GM a sensible choice. I am looking forward to going up to GM HQ in Nottingham to spend time with the craftsmen and women, and the rest of the team to get the best kit available moving forward."

    Read more
  3. Trent Bridge Double Signing!

    Trent Bridge Double Signing!

    Gunn and Moore are delighted to welcome Nottinghamshire CCC Captain, Steven Mullaney to the GM family, who has signed a deal to use GM equipment for the upcoming 2019 season.

    The Outlaws all-rounder was named captain in 2018, taking over from the recently-retired Chris Read, having proved himself to be one of the most consistent and versatile players in the country, a reputation which earned him the honour of being named England Lions captain in their recent series against India A and West Indies A last summer.


    "I am delighted to bring Steven to Gunn & Moore. In Steven we are signing a very

    Read more
  4. George Hankins Switches To GM

    George Hankins Switches To GM

    Gunn & Moore are thrilled to welcome George Hankins to the GM family for the 2019 season.

    The Gloucestershire batsman has made a long-term commitment to use GM equipment as he aims to cement his place in the County side in all three formats with the help of the Mythos L540 DXM.


    "I am delighted to finally get George at GM,” said Head of Sponsorship at GM, Richard Harris. “George is someone we have tracked for a couple of years and we really think he has the ability to kick on and play at the highest level. I'm sure

    Read more
  5. Sam Robson Joins GM

    Sam Robson Joins GM

    Gunn & Moore is delighted to announce that Middlesex and England opening batsman Sam Robson has signed a long-term deal to use GM equipment for the upcoming season 2019 season and beyond.

    The Middlesex vice-captain already has one of the most enviable cricket CV’s in the County game with 21 First Class hundreds, including a Test Match hundred against Sri Lanka in just his third international innings.

    "I'm excited to be using such a famous name as Gunn & Moore,” said Robson. “After having a tour of the factory and meeting Richard and the team, I can't wait to get out there for Middlesex in April using Gunn

    Read more
  6. Dane Vilas Leads The Way

    Dane Vilas Leads The Way

    It’s been quite the year for Dane Vilas. Not content with a summer which included an unbeaten 235 against Somerset, he can now add Club Captain for two different sides to his already accomplished CV.

    DaneVilasAfter a stellar 2018 County Championship season, in which he racked up three hundreds and 792 runs, the South African wicketkeeper-batsman has been named as Lancashire County Cricket Club’s captain after finishing as the team’s leading run-scorer.

    The 33-year-old captained the side four times last year in the Championship and in his short tenure as a Lancashire player, having signed a Kolpak deal in 2017, has quickly become a fan-favourite.

    Vilas said: “I’m

    Read more
  7. Rory Burns Debuts Mythos Range in Galle!

    Rory Burns Debuts Mythos Range in Galle!

    GM would like to extend many congratulations to Rory Burns who has added another accolade to his impressive collection this week by making his Test Match debut in Galle, Sri Lanka to become England’s 688th Test player.


    The Surrey captain has had an incredible 2018 to date, scoring 1,359 runs at an average of 64.71 in the County Championship on his way to lifting the Division One trophy with his impressive South London side.

    Burns has long been earmarkerd as a future England player thanks to his remarkable

    Read more
  8. What Separates GM From The Rest

    What Separates GM From The Rest

    At Gunn & Moore, it’s important to us to offer a range of bats suitable for every player from professional to beginner, whilst also being able to assure every GM customer that the bat itself is of unparalleled quality.


    In fact, we’re so proud of our production quality we’ve launched the campaign #NothingToHide, illustrating the confidence we have in all of our English Willow cricket bats. In our catalogue we publish an image of our bats displaying each grade with no logos on at all, just the willow in all its glory, which is shown in the picture below and on our

    Read more
  9. Pope Wins Big At PCA Awards!

    Pope Wins Big At PCA Awards!

    GM would like to extend huge congratulations to our very own Young Gunn, Ollie Pope, who last night was awarded the Natwest PCA Young Player of the Year award.


    In the County Championship, Pope scored 986 runs from just 16 innings, averaging a Bradman-esque 70.42 as his Surrey side stormed to the Championship Title, losing just one match along the way. He finished with a fantastic hundred, his fourth of the year, against Essex to round off an incredible summer.

    Pope’s fairy tale 2018 season culminated in a call-up to England’s Test Match squad against India in August playing in the second and third Tests of the 4-1 series win, making an assured 28 in his debut innings.

    Read more
  10. Thank You Trotty!

    Thank You Trotty!

    5th Test, Day 3, Saturday 22 August 2009 is the date Jonathan Trott cemented his spot in the England Test team with a century on debut against Australia. It marked a period of stability that English cricket has desperately craved since his final Test Match in 2015 against the West Indies.

    At the peak of his powers, the mere mention of the word ‘Trott’ brought calm and poise to every English cricket fan, knowing that if he was at the crease for the day, so too would England be.

    Statistics rarely tell the whole story, though Trott's do a pretty good job to dispell that theory. He enjoyed a fabulous career of 52 Test Matches,

    Read more