The TOP SCORE® Advantage
INNOVATION BY DAVID NICOL
The TOP SCORE® batting aid puts the bat in the fingers, giving the batsman strength for the power shots and control for the defensive the clever shots - including speed of hit - used by batsmen to turn strike.
Adam Gilchrist, one of the most devastating batsmen in Australian Cricket, famously used a squash ball in his batting glove to stop him gripping the bat too deeply in his bottom hand - scoring 149 in the 2007 World Cup.
The trouble with using a squash ball is that it is uniform in size, uncomfortable, and coaches and players don’t know where to place it in the hand or glove. And, it is a mistake to think that the problem only exists in the bottom hand.
One baseball coach claims that “a good grip can add fifteen to twenty per cent to bat speed.”
Now this revolutionary TOP SCORE® batting aid makes that possible for a batsman every time he stands at the crease.