The Mongoose MMi3 cricket bat incorporates a shorter blade and a longer handle, producing 20% more power than a conventional cricket bat. The MMi3’S short blade and long handle creates a deadly combination or power and speed.
Today, the Mongoose bat has nearly entirely disappeared from the cricket scene, but for the brief time it was wielded by the big batsmen, the bat certainly did provide a lot of enjoyment. What’s so unique about the Mongoose bat? The Mongoose bat is not like the traditional cricket bat. The blade is 33% sharper than a normal cricket bat and the handle is 43% longer.
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The Mongoose bat has three times more wood at the bottom than the conventional bat; allowing the batsman to hit the Yorkers and also the low tosses with full force and power. The bat has a 33% shorter blade and 43% longer handle than that of the conventional bat.
The long handle-short blade Mongoose Bat, the generated much excitement in 2010 IPL and was supposed to revolutionise the game, soon disappeared from International Cricket landscape.
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Long Handle cricket bats or mongoose bats are highly popular among cricket players with their ability to provide 20% more power and 15% more bat speed.
The Mongoose is a cricket bat that looks like it’s got a ridiculously long handle, but actually it’s just that the main bit’s shorter. The thinking is that batsmen don’t really use the top of the bat for runs, so why not remove it and stick it on the back to give greater leverage and more power.
The long handle-short blade Mongoose bat that was made famous in the third season of the Indian Premier League (IPL) by Australian legend Matthew Hayden has withered away. The bat, specially designed for the shortest format of the game by British company Mongoose, was one of the innovations of Twenty20 cricket.