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GM Sparq Original DXM TTNOW L540 English Willow Cricket Bat - SH

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Vendor: Gunn & Moore

Bat Size: Short Handle (SH)
Bat Middle Position: Mid - High Middle
Bat Weight: 2'6 - 2'7
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Gunn & Moore or more fondly known as GM have been making bats since 1885! over 130 years ago! For a company to be in the game for that long shows firstly the quality & care put into their products and also how up to date and relevant they can stay as the game of cricket has gone through turbulent change in that time and throughout GM has remained one of the leading brands in Cricket. 

GM year and again brings Quality, Value & Consistency, with all of their DXM bats made in England using the most advanced bat making methods throughout the market. When you take any GM product home you'll know its backed by 130 years of research and development to bring that consistency in quality. When they say their products are by England's best it's the truth.

ALL GM Bats come with

- Knocked-in by the bat maker in-house at GM's Factory
- Raw linseed oil applied to reduce cracking and splitting by maintaining the moisture level of the blade
- High Quality Clear anti-scuff cover applied to the face and edges to increase blade durability

- DriGuard applied to resist damp and minimise toe swelling
- Specially shaped resilient shield fitted to toe of bat
- Reduces toe damage and feathering that is often caused by tapping at the crease



Short Handle size with L540 Blade Length to help increase the bat speed through the strokes and lighten the pick up.

- Ideal for players 175cm (5ft 9in) to 188cm (6ft 2in) in Height.




Comes in GM's Original Grade which is akin to Grade 1 English Willow. 

Top quality willow and with top quality clean grain structure, can come with odd minor spec in the main playing area with no affect to performance.




Medium to thick SEMI-OVAL Handle tapering to Round at the top.

Constructed in top quality 4 piece Singapore Cane with 3 cork insert handle making for top quality power transfer into the ball and a premium feel in the hands.

Fitted with GM's Pro-Lite grip, the lightest grip GM have ever made, which strikes the balance between grip and feel 




The L540 blade length combined with the sizeable offset edges provide a large dynamic sweetspot and increased power to balance ratio.

The mid swell position and beautiful bow serve to balance the bat and the concaving through the back of the profile means the pick-up is maximised.

With a sweeping spine blending into the toe, the Sparq has been engineered for controlled stoke play which will help you light up the crease.

Ideal profile for top order batters that relies on their timing wanting to play the ball on the up or off the backfoot maximizing power in precision stroke play.





Comes with a high spine and big offset edge for a dynamic disbursement of power and weight and superior light pick up.




Mid-High Middle ideal for front foot play on the up and for all back foot play.


Slight concaving for a lighter more balanced pick up. Ideal for the batter who relies on their timing and precision.


Pick Up


The pick up on the GM Spaq comes in usually the mid -light weight range due to the master shaping and mid to high profile the Sparq picks up lighter then the scale weight.



Gomes in what GM are calling their POWER ARC BOW FACE which is a standard level of bow which gets the bat just a tad early onto the ball. Which creates a better angle for the ball bouncing off the bat onto the grass helping it to race further, optimizing value for your shots.




GM's F4.5 Face Profile meaning it's a 4.5 mm camber (face roundness), quiet round for the modern bat.

This helps to maximize the peak of the hitting zone and also helping with the durability of the bat with the round nature allowing the energy from the ball to be disbursed more evenly upon impact.



A semi square toe providing extra durability and strength against Yorkers of a rounded toe but keeping the effect of a perceived wider bat that you get with squarer toes giving the player more confidence when looking down on his bat.