Jenny Gunn MBE

An English cricketer and current member of the England women's team, Jenny is a medium paced bowler and middle order bat.

Jenny currently plays for Warwickshire CCC and Loughborough Lightning in the Kia Super League.

In 2014 Jenny was appointed an MBE for services to cricket.

A member of the remarkable 2017 World Cup winning team, in march 2018 Jenny became the first male or female cricketer to play in 100 T20 International matches.

Jenny has worked with us on The Valkyrie range which is new for 2019.

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Karl Carver

An English first-class cricketer. A slow left arm orthodox bowler and left handed batsman, he plays for Yorkshire County Cricket Club.

Karl has been with Yorkshire since 2009, starting at under 14 level. He has gone on to play for the Yorkshire Academy in the Yorkshire ECB County Premier League, and the Yorkshire Second XI, the England Under-19 cricket team. Karl made his first-class debut for Yorkshire against Warwickshire in June 2014.

he also played his part in five one day Internationals for England's Under 19's who beat world champions South Africa taking 7 wickets along the way with a best of 3 -67 and helping Yorkshire Academy to a league and Cup double.

Karl will be using the Odin and Hel-Fyr ranges for the 2019 season.

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Will Davis

An English first-class cricketer, A right arm medium-fast bowler and right hand batsmen he plays for Leicestershire County Cricket Club.

Will is a product of the cricket Derbyshire academy in partnership with the University of Derby development pathway. Will was named the Academy Player of the Year in 2014.

He made his first class debut against Australia in 2015 and claimed 3 for 63 in the 1st innings including the wickets of Michael Clarke, Adam Voges and Pete Nevill.

Will broke into the Derbyshire first team in 2016 taking plenty of wickets along the way including 7 for 146 against Glamorgan.

Will is using the Thor and Hel-Fyr ranges for the 2019 season.

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