Meet the man keeping traditional art of cricket bat-making alive

There was a time when all cricket bats were handmade by highly skilled master craftsmen. Machines and mass production now dominate the process. But an Australian company is still making them the old way, and they have some high-profile clients.

    There was a time when all cricket bats were hand-made by highly skilled master craftsmen.

    Machines and mass production now dominate the process.

    But an Australian company is still making them the old way, and they have some high-profile clients.

    Paul Bradbury has been doing the job for 25 years.


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