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“Alex has had a great summer and is in line for a county trial this year. He retired on 45* playing against Dorset county in July, achieved plenty of runs and a retirement representing Hampshire south east in their end of season festival and scored 30 runs representing Hampshire in a best of district game.”

– Alex Brewer uses a Volante.

‘U15’s player, Ben Cape, on his way to 130 not out for Mortimer West End (adult XI). His first century. Thank you Chase Cricket’

– Ben Cape uses a Volante.

“Alex was the top run scorer for his club in his age group (U11) and also won the player of the year award.”

– Alex Brewer uses a Volante.

Shem Watson gets a mention in the local newspaper. Well done Shem!

“Adam played for the Kings Junior school 1st XI this morning – they lost by 2 runs today in a county cup semi final – adam kept wicket for 25 overs – took 3 stumpings, he then opened and scored 51 – a bitter sweet feeling”

– Adam Fox uses an FLC.

“Ned scored his debut 50 (52 not out) with his FLC for Ryde School U15s, made his debut adult 50 for Old Netley 3s, and has represented the IOW U15 county team v Devon.”

– Ned Rockett uses an FLC.

“Adam Fox scores a hard earned 59 for Kings college juniors in Wimbledon – a great day with his Chase bat! An opening partnership of 135.”

– Adam Fox uses an FLC.

“Cooky said Alfie’s new bat was a ‘belter’ – it certainly is!!”

– Alfie Wilson uses a Volante.

“Adam Fox Retired 50* after opening the batting at an u12 Surrey performance game today.”

– Adam Fox uses an FLC.

Kellon Carmichael representing Goring by Sea CC, in the Sussex Premier Cricket League Division 2.

Kellon uses a Volante.

Chris Ellison representing Christchurch in NZ, the South Island under 13 championships which they won scoring 40 not out in the final.

Chris uses an FLC.

“Liam Hilditch strikes a maiden century for Berkshire under 15s against a strong Somerset side. Liam’s 101 (130 balls, 9x4s) was the mainstay in a strong Berkshire total of 238, made all the more impressive as he arrived at the crease in a precarious position having lost both opening batters for low scores.”

Liam Hilditch uses an FLC.

“Chloe has received a letter from the ECB yesterday confirming her selection into the Surrey Stars Regional Development Centre Programme. She is now on the women’s England pathway. In addition she has been selected onto Surrey County Cricket Club’s Elite Player Programme again this year for the 2018/19 season, as well as having received the Brian Johnston Scholarship Award for 2018.”

Chloe Brewer is using a Finback.

“James has had a very enjoyable season captaining his team, winning 15 out of their 16 matches and winning the U11 Shrewsbury festival. He scored 545 for county at an average of 45, usually batting at number 4 or higher. Including school, club and representative sides he scored nearly 1100 runs at an average of 55 – all with his beloved Chase bat.”

James Isbell uses a Finback.

Tom Cheater gets 100 against Devon

– Tom Cheater uses an FLC. 

“Absolutely loving my new Chase kit. Pads and gloves are very comfortable, and the bat has a very light pick up and feels great off the face. Cheers Chase Cricket!!”

– Will Christophers uses a Finback.

“Last Saturday I was playing for the men’s third team and I got a five wicket haul (5-15)

On that Sunday I was playing for my district. I got (2-20)”

– Max Bentley.

“Just got that 100 with a 118* against Cuckfield CC in the U14 festival week. My Chase bat is absolutely amazing! Flies from all parts of the bat!”

– James Barker uses a Finback.

“Last year I finished my club season as the 2017 highest run scorer getting 177 and 97 as highlights, scoring over 600 runs and getting my first 5-fer in men’s 2s game.”

– James Barker.

“Wilf scored his third century this summer, that takes his tally since he got the Magic Bat in June to over 1,000 runs at an average of 64.”

– Wilf La Fontaine Jackson uses an FLC.

“I got 100 for my schools 1st XI, against 5 southern premier league players and other high club players in the opposition.”

– Jacob Gordon uses a Volante.