The International Professionals Using Gray Nicolls
Gray Nicolls is the choice for some of the best cricketers in the world. Alastair Cook uses Gray-Nicolls. Kane Williamson uses Gray-Nicolls. Alex Hales uses Gray-Nicolls. See what other professional players use.
Lauren is an opening batsmen that sets the tone for England at the top of the order. With a best score of 123 and the back-up skill of keeping, she's a key player for her country.
New Zealand's finest, Kane Williamson has the most Test centuries by any New Zealand cricketer and has been a Gray-Nicolls player for his entire professional career.
The record holder for the fastest ODI hundred by an England player, Alex Hales is a destructive force on the international scene and is set to light up CWC2019.
Shadab became a household name in 2018 when he hit consecutive half-centuries for Pakistan in the drawn Test series against England.
Karun is one of India's brightest lights, and is best known for the incredible 303 that he scored against England in 2016. He dominated the 2018 IPL for Kings XI Punjab.
Shaun Marsh returned to the Australian team with a bang in the 2017-18 Ashes Series. He hit two centuries against England as Australia won 4-0 down under.
One of the great all-rounders in modern cricket, Marcus can smash the ball to all parts before taking key wickets with the ball for Australia and the Melbourne Stars.
Sam is one of the most dynamic players in world cricket. He combines huge hits with cute flicks, as well as being a superb wicket-keeper at international level.
Laura is a World Cup winner with England having lifted the trophy in 2017. Originally a seamer, she reinvented herself as an off-spinner and hasn't looked back since.
Perfectly named to use our bat, Henry is one of the rising stars of the BlackCaps and scored a fantastic century against England in 2018 as they won the series.
Chris Woakes has made himself an indispensable member of the England squad in every format, offering unerring accuracy and with a Test century to his name.
Sandeep made history in 2018, becoming the first Nepalese cricketer to play in the IPL. He went on to play for the ICC World XI at Lord's, and is tipped for world domination.
Amelia made world wide headlines in 2018 when she scored the highest ever score in a women’s ODI. And as if her 232* wasn’t enough, she went on to take five wickets in the reply, what a performance.
26 year old Veda is already a veteran of the Indian team. She made her debut in 2011 and has made eight half centuries so far. She can also bowl handy leg-breaks, making her a key team member.
Matt is a fantastic opening batsmen for Australia, and scored a century in only his fourth Test match. He dominated the County Championship with Somerset in 2018 and is looking to get back in the baggy green.
Chris Lynn is a T20 dynamo! Feared by bowlers all over the world, Lynn has played over 100 T20 games, scoring in excess of 3,500 runs. His performances in the Big Bash have led to 13 International appearances.
In a team of free scorers, Kraigg is the glue that holds the West Indies batting line-up together. Cool, calm and collected, Brathwaite has made eight Test centuries at the age of just 25.
A fine bowler and handy batsman, Craig was one of the few to come back from England’s 17-18 Ashes campaign in credit. After recovering from injury, he’ll be aiming to return to the side soon.
Matt Henry has pace to burn and can do some serious damage with the bat. He took four wickets on Test debut against England, with his first wicket being none other than Alastair Cook.
Theunis de Bruyn
Theunis proved his international credentials when he batted for 232 balls for his maiden Test ton against Sri Lanka. Also handy with the ball, de Bruyn has a huge future for the Proteas and Gray-Nicolls.
Adam Milne is another New Zealand bowler with a habit of bowling fast. Very fast in fact. Milne pushes over the 150kph barrier frequently, and has taken 50 wickets in his fledgling limited overs international career.
Kagiso is one of the most exciting young talents in cricket. Still only 23 despite a host of experience, Rabada took a hattrick on his ODI debut and has reached the top of the Test bowling rankings.
Jess is a bowling all-rounder who has climbed the highest heights with the ball in hand. In March she rose to the top of ODI bowling rankings. She has a Test best of 99, made on debut against England in 2015
We are delighted to welcome Mitch back to the Gray-Nicolls family to re-join his brother Shaun. Marsh has been in fine form for Australia, scoring two centuries in the victorious 17-18 Ashes series.