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Cricshop Update - July 2007

 




 
1. Cricinfo guide to international cricket
£5.99 Save £3.00
2. England cricket legends t-shirt
£12.00 Save £3.00
3. Official 2007 World Cup review DVD
£14.99 Save £5.00
4. Freddie's First - ltd ed print by Jack Russell
£55.00 Save £20.00
5. Sri Lanka 96 World Cup winning signed bat £695.00 Save £55.00
 
Get kitted out for England v India
This summer's main event gets underway on July 19 and Cricshop has everything you need to be your team's No. 1 fan. We have a full range of Test match and one-day international products available for both teams as well as full sets of training kit.

One of the most popular products for the summer is the fantastic new Nike India one-day shirt which has the embroidered BCCI crest as well as the famous Nike swoosh. You can save 2 by ordering it from Cricshop and we will personalise it for you for a further 9.99.


Six of the best: England's millennium
Scrapping at Lord's against West Indies in 2000, dancing in the dark at Karachi 2000-01, turning a lost cause into a rout at The Oval in 2003, and the glory of that Ashes victory at Trent Bridge in 2005. All of these momentous England performances and more are recounted on this fantastic new DVD.

Officially endorsed by the ECB and presented by England and Surrey legend, Alec Stewart, this DVD is a must for every and any England cricket fan.

 
Brian Lara Cricket 2007
£31.99
Illustrated History of Indian Cricket
£22.00
Ian Botham: My Illustrated Life signed copies
£17.99
 
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