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90 x 35 x 35cm = 110L

TC Range
Travel smart, with clever design. A guarantee in the game is that you'll always need to transport your tools. The TC bag range achieves the ideal balance of functionality and form, so that your most valued assets are always well maintained.

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Stock Locations

  • Canberra:
    Low Stock
  • Adelaide:
    In Stock
  • East Sydney:
    In Stock
  • Brisbane - Albion:
    In Stock
  • Brisbane - Underwood:
    In Stock
  • Melbourne - Clayton:
    In Stock
  • Hobart:
    In Stock
  • Melbourne City:
    In Stock
  • North Sydney:
    In Stock

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Shipping Cost

Your Postage costs will vary according to the weight and selected method of delivery. The Greg Chappell Cricket Centre works closely with Australia Post to provide the most cost effective and accurate postage prices. If a combination of items goes above the capped weight (32kg Standard, 22kg Express, 20kg International) you will be contacted by our Customer Service team and quoted a price.

For all ground equipment and other marked items, you will be contacted by our Customer Service team for a freight cost. Please see product descriptions for more information.


0kg – 500g


500g – 1kg


1kg – 3kg


3kg – 5kg


5kg – 10kg


10kg – 15kg


15kg – 22kg


22kg – 32kg




0kg – 500g


500g – 1kg


1kg – 3kg


3kg – 5kg


5kg – 10kg


10kg – 15kg


15kg – 22kg


22kg +



International Order Price and Delivery

Please see the chart below to confirm delivery times and prices. If you are unsure on what your charge will be please email to receive an accurate price. 

New Zealand

Asia Pacific


United Kingdom

Rest of World

3-5 Working Days

3-5 Working Days

4-7 Working Days

5-10 Working Days

5-10 Working Days

Up to 1kg - $18.95

Up to 1kg - $34.00

Up to 1kg - $36.50

Up to 1kg - $45.00

Up to 1kg - $48.00

Per extra kg - $3.85

Per extra kg - $11.75

Per extra kg - $13.00

Per extra kg - $13.85

Per extra kg - $14.00

PLEASE NOTE: This information is accurate from the time these items leave the cricket centre. Not from the time your order is placed.

ATTENTION: The GCCC takes no responsibility for Taxes, Duty and Customs charges that may be incurred upon arrival of your order at destination country. Please be aware that these additional charges may apply to your order.


This is a guide to give you an indication on your postage charge. The weights can vary from each manufacturer on some goods. If you would like a more accurate total, please call us on 1800 469 928. Weights are shown for individual items not as a combined total.















Please see the Australia post Express network to find out whether your area is included:

Delivery Times & Order Delays

Please note: All orders placed before 1pm will be dispatched the same day!

The Greg Chappell Cricket Centre will process your order within 1 business day of your payment being processed.  However, your order may be delayed for the following reasons:

  • Stock availability
  • Store Hours/Closures
  • Incorrect Address provided
  • Postal Delays E.g. Bad weather
  • Payment has not been accepted (Check for confirmation email)
  • Personal details may need to be confirmed for fraud prevention
  • Your order may be coming from different locations and could be under different delivery times.

Standard Post times:

Within 5 Working Days for Eastern States & 7-10 Working days for other regions of Australia.

Express Post times:

Major capital cities 1 working day in all states, Tasmania and NT 1-3 Working days, Country/Regional Areas in other states 1-3 Working Days.

If you are still unsure as to why your order may have been delayed please send through any questions to:

delivery times

Standard Post times:

Within 5 Working Days for Eastern States & 7-10 Working days for other regions of Australia.

Express Post times:

Major capital cities 1 working day in all states, Tasmania and NT 1-3 Working days, Country/Regional Areas in other states 1-3 Working Days.

If you are still unsure as to why your order may have been delayed please send through any questions to:

Split Deliveries

The Greg Chappell Cricket Centre will always attempt to deliver your goods from a single location, however, we may need to source goods from multiple locations to finalise the order and have it delivered in the most time efficient manner. Your goods may arrive on different days and possibly via different carriers.

PLEASE NOTE: Your postage charge will NOT be effected by a split delivery.

Track My Order

If you have provided a correct and current email address, you will receive your tracking information via email once it has been dispatched. If you have not received your tracking information, check your junk folder before contacting us at: with your order number in the subject field.

If you have your tracking number; click this link to get an update:

Further Information

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Furthermore you may also want to email us – or call us on – 1800 469 928


Getting Started

Every bat must be either oiled and/or have extratec applied prior to using the bat against a ball.

Oiling – maintains moisture levels in bats & reduces the chances of splitting and cracking. Use a cloth to apply oil to the bat. Apply oil to the face, edges & blade avoiding the splice & labels (Only exposed timber should be oiled). Generally 3-4 initial coats should be sufficient and one coat every 3-4 weeks thereafter. Each coat should be allowed to dry into the blade in a horizontal position for around 24 hours.

Extratec – is a clear self-adhesive protective cover for your bat, covering the entire hitting area. It is by far the best form of protection & 90% of customers enjoy the benefits of applying it to their bats. It also keeps the moisture in the bat but it’s still a very good idea to oil the exposed timber once every 8 weeks or so with a very light coat.

*The ideal preparation is to apply two light coats of oil to the face and back of the bat & one coat to the edges; do all knocking in with a mallet whilst the bat still has a natural face; then apply extratec sheet once the oil has dried. You are now ready to start hitting balls*

The Knocking In Stage

Knocking in is the process by which the grains & fibres in the bat are compressed & strengthened to prepare it for use. This process is vital for all English Willow bats and must be performed with patience & care. The best thing to use is either a bat mallet or ball mallet to prepare your new bat. To do this you will need to spend anywhere up to 16 hours ‘knocking in’ the bat. Pressing the bat will begin the knocking-in process and reduce the overall time needed with the mallet. There are 4 areas that need to be prepared on your bat: the face, the toe & each edge. Your main areas of focus should be the edges & the toe, but you will still need to spend some time (1 hour should be sufficient) on the face. Starting off softly and building up, hit straight on the face of the bat close to the edge. After a couple of hours, glance the mallet off the edges at a slight angle, but not hitting into the edge, this will slowly make your edges rounder. The rounder the edges the stronger they are, so you want to aim to get them as round as possible! The same applies for the toe, but this should be hit on the bottom 10cm on the face of the bat. Remember it’s very important to be hitting the bat quite hard

with the mallet towards the end of this process to prepare the bat for match use. Once you have completed the knocking in process with the mallet, take the bat to the nets with an old leather ball. Start with throw downs & work up from there. You should be hitting the ball gently at first and harder as you progress. Inspect the bat after every shot played, if you see any dents or seam marks in the bat then it is not ready for use yet & must be pulled away from ball use immediately. It means you still need to do more work with the mallet! (You should spend at least another half hour on each area if indentations occur). Repeat the above knocking in process until you think your bat is ready for another net session. By the end of this process you should be hitting a ball as hard as you can, facing a fast bowler without the bat showing any denting or seam marks from the ball. If this is the case, your bat is ready for match use! The overall process should take around 2 weeks & there is no limit on the amount of hours & effort you spend knocking in your bat. The more work the better! This means the bat will last longer and perform better.


Things to remember!

• A cricket bat is NOT going to look new forever & cracks will appear on the willow.

• The lifespan of a bat depends on the amount of use & the care taken for your bat (keep out of excessively warm conditions & wet weather) + We recommend that a toe guard/shoe goo should be fitted for extra protection against toe damage.

• The Greg Chappell Cricket Centre needs to see the product to arrange the correct course of action following a warranty claim.

Currently there is no standard remedy for a warranty claim and the course of action depends on the circumstances. A course of action may include repair, replacement, refund or having the service performed again. The Greg Chappell Cricket Centre will deal with any return of a product purchased from any of our stores or online, and we will always assess the claim in adherence with the Australian Consumer Law. All cricket bats sold by GCCC have a 12-month warranty provided by the manufacturer against damage deemed not be the fault of the customer, and all warranty assessments and decisions are at the discretion of the manufacturer.

The warranty does not cover:

• Yorker damage to the toe.

• Surface damage to the face, edge or toe that occurs due to a lack of preparation (knocking-in) or inaccurate play.

• Damage due to moisture or extreme heat, or damage that occurs because of improper use.

• Damage resulting from the use of non-leather or composite balls, including bowling machine balls.

Please note – the use of bowling machine balls can and may void your warranty.

Bats with broken handles, cracks and other minor problems that occur within the time and scope of the manufacturer warranty will be sent back to the manufacturer for repair. It takes an average of 10 working days to assess and/or repair the problem in conjunction with manufacturer. Most claims cannot be remedied on the spot. When making a warranty claim a proof of purchase needs to be provided to the Greg Chappell Cricket Centre by the customer. This needs to come in the form of a receipt which is provided by the Greg Chappell Cricket Centre with every purchase or a valid bank statement. You can find more information about warranties & repairs online at

Please remember that Cricket Bats are made from a natural material that has the incredibly hard task of hitting a solid object repeatedly. A small amount of cracking is normal & has no impact on the performance of the bat. Small cracks can usually be sanded out and have been appearing on cricket bats for centuries! Cracking is not a sign of a faulty bat, but an indication your bat requires further knocking in.

CLICK HERE if you still require more information on Bat Preperation

All other products not listed, and any products out of this warranty period, will be assessed by the GCCC and the manufacturer on a goodwill basis.

For any concerns, queries or claims, please email or free call 1800 HOWZAT (469 928).