Giveaway: Gray-Nicolls cricket bat signed by Harry Brook

in Headingley in Leeds

Get a chance to win a Gray-Nicolls cricket bat signed by Official Ambassador, Harry Brook:

Win a Brand New Gray-Nicolls Hypernova 1.0 Pro Performance Cricket Bat

This is the exact bat Harry Brook uses to smash runs for England!

You can find this bat here on the Gray-Nicolls website (priced at £549.99)… only our one (in the picture above) has been signed by Harry himself, making it a complete one-off. At the time of writing, this bat is also completely sold out. Precious and rare!

If you’re a club cricketer, you could use this bat. If you’re a cricket fan, you could put this on your wall and keep it as a very rare special piece of sporting history.

Whatever you’d like to do with this amazing piece of kit, the competition is open to entries from anywhere in the world. See below for details, and to enter for free, online.

A Yorkshireman on the international stage

Harry Brook is an English cricketer who plays international cricket for England and domestic cricket for the Yorkshire County Cricket Club.

Primarily a right-handed batter, he also bowls right-arm medium pace.

He made his international debut for England in January 2022. He had an extraordinary start to his test career, amassing 809 runs in his first six test appearances having batted ten times with a career average of 80.90 and with strike rate of almost 100.

Brook was part of the England cricket team that won the 2022 T20 World Cup and was named as the European ambassador for Major League Baseball, as well as in March 2023 becoming official Brand Ambassador for Welcome to Yorkshire.

Brook has links to Keighley, Ilkley and Sedbergh – he has also recently been given Freedom of the City of Bradford, as reported by the BBC, here.

English cricket this summer

Get ready to witness the thrill, excitement, and sheer talent of cricket as England gears up for a packed summer schedule. From thrilling Test matches to high-octane T20 Internationals, and gripping One Day Internationals, this cricketing extravaganza has it all. So mark your calendars, cricket enthusiasts, as we bring you the dates and times of these epic clashes.

  • The Ashes 2023 – Edgbaston, Birmingham: Friday, June 16 – Tuesday, June 20
  • The Ashes 2023 – Lord’s, London: Wednesday, June 28 – Sunday, July 2
  • The Ashes 2023 – Headingley, Leeds: Thursday, July 6 – Monday, July 10
  • The Ashes 2023 – Old Trafford, Manchester: Wednesday, July 19 – Sunday, July 23
  • The Ashes 2023 – The Oval, London: Thursday, July 27 – Monday, July 31
  • Twenty20 International Series vs New Zealand:
    • Wednesday, August 30 – Riverside, Chester-le-Street (6 pm)
    • Friday, September 1 – Old Trafford, Manchester (6 pm)
    • Sunday, September 3 – Edgbaston, Birmingham (2:30 pm)
    • Thursday, September 5 – Trent Bridge, Nottingham (6 pm)
  • ODI Series vs New Zealand:
    • Friday, September 8 – Sophia Gardens, Cardiff (12:30 pm)
    • Sunday, September 10 – The Ageas Bowl, Southampton (11 am)
    • Wednesday, September 13 – The Oval, London (12:30 pm)
    • Friday, September 15 – Lord’s, London (12:30 pm)
  • ODI Series vs Ireland:
    • Wednesday, September 20 – Headingley, Leeds (12:30 pm)
    • Saturday, September 23 – Trent Bridge, Nottingham (11 am)
    • Tuesday, September 26 – Seat Unique Stadium, Bristol (12:30 pm)
  • Cricket World Cup:
    • Last but certainly not least, the Cricket World Cup will take place in India during October and November. While the dates are yet to be announced, be prepared for a cricketing spectacle like no other.

How to enter

This competition is now closed. The winner was Daniel from London.

Terms & Conditions

  • Deadline for entry is Wednesday 5th July 2023 at noon.
  • The winner will be selected according to points and this decision is final.
  • The giveaway is open to all cricket fans – one entry per person.
  • Winner must provide current email address.
  • Must be over 18 years old.
  • No cash alternative is available.
  • Prizes are not transferable and may not be used in conjunction with any other offer.
  • Prizes are non-negotiable and non-refundable.

21 thoughts on “Giveaway: Gray-Nicolls cricket bat signed by Harry Brook”

  1. This is a scam. Purely trying to get “clicks” from entrants who are social media savvy.
    Not a real competition at all. Very shabby from “Yorkshire”.com.
    Not really in line with what Yorkshire represents.

    • If you don’t want to win the bat, don’t enter the competition. The terms are very simple and clearly laid out. The winner will get a bat, from Yorkshireman Harry Brook. Getting ‘owt for nowt’ may not seem very Yorkshire to you, but that’s what’s on offer.

    • It would be fabulous to win his I’m a big fan of his he’s still only young so I think he will be at the forefront of English cricket for a long long time.

  2. I’m an old fart – I obviously have no chance of winning this bat as I don’t engage with any social media.
    Good marketing on your behalf though.

  3. Iam Cricket Lover I Love Gray Nicholls Bat, ❤️ 2nd time I Qualified in Giveaway plzgive Me
    Plz Give Me 😍

  4. My great grandson, and his dad and his dad, all go to watch the matches, and then there is a boys team that play


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