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Graeme Hick on his way to 405 at Taunton in 1988. "Duncan made the best bats I have ever used," Botham told The Cricketer. "He was the best bat-maker of his time. He actually pioneered bat-making. "He came to the conclusion that if you dry the wood a little more than normal you get bigger bulk.
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I live under 10 minutes away from the factory in worcester. They are tremendous bats all made in the one workshop/shop in worcester. I have used fearnley's from a very early age and truth be told they have never let me down unlike other mainstream brands. vikram solanki, Darren gough and jeremy snape use duncan fearnley. previous endorsers were the greats of cricket; botham, richards etc...
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Slazenger is another cricket bat company who no longer produce bats. The famous Duncan Fearnley which Ian Botham wielded made the 2013 Slazenger V12 Limited Edition bats. The rest of Slazenger bats are now produced by FC Shondi. The Hunts County cricket bat which was famously used by Darryl Cullinan is no longer seen on the international circuit.
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Charles Duncan Fearnley (born 12 April 1940), more commonly known as Duncan Fearnley, is a former first-class cricketer who, after retirement as a player, became a producer of cricket bats. Fearnley is also the grand uncle of British Olympic gymnast Nile Wilson.
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