Gunn & Moore was founded in 1885 by English Test batsman William Gunn and local businessman Thomas James Moore, and is most recognised for manufacturing cricket bats. The company also manufactures clothing and a full range of other cricket equipment. The company was originally based at 49 Carrington Street in Nottingham. Endorsements
Blending over 130 years of expertise with the love of the game. All GM DXM English Willow bats are made by our own staff in our own factory in Nottingham, England. Gunn & Moore make the finest cricket bats in the World. Pick up a GM cricket bat and you will instantly know from the balance, finish and ultra high quality presentation that this is English Design and Craftsmanship at its very finest.
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Crafted in their own factory in Nottingham, all Gunn and Moore English Willow bats are lovingly and skilfully produced by experts with over 125 years of craft experience. GM cricket bats are crafted with this extensive experience, combined with the very latest DXM Technology to give you the highest quality willow on the market.
Gunn and Moore has a rich history in Australia with a number of long standing retail stockists having ranged GM bats and equipment for over 40 years. Our stockists offer a great GM range, outstanding service and product knowledge for any cricketer seeking equipment across Australia.
All Gunn and Moore English Willow cricket bats are designed and produced from prime English Willow by craftsmen and women in their factory in Nottingham, England. The Gunn and Moore factory is the most technologically advanced in the world and only GM blends state of the art DXM technology with over 130 years of craft experience.
Gunn and Moore has a long history of 130 years in the sport of cricket and the GM brand name is synonymous with highest standards of craftsmanship. The current roster of GM sponsored players include Ben Stokes, Ross Taylor, Cameron Green, Adrian Markham etc. The range showcased in the website has been developed and manufactured by Delux Sports Company, the exclusive Licensee of Gunn and Moore in India.
My first recollection of the painted cricket bat was whilst working at Gunn and Moore, and a few of our sponsored players had been selected to play in the ill-fated Stamford Cricket competition in the West Indies. Whilst the bats did not kick up a fuss, the tournament sponsor definitely caused controversy. In 2015, Chris Gayle used a special gold bat in the opening game of the Big Bash League (BBL).
Formed in 1885 by an England Test batsman and a businessman, Gunn and Moore have been producing outstanding cricket bats for more than 130 years and are undoubtedly one of the very best brands on the market today.