Aaron Finch and the PUMA Platinum 5000 bat

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Aaron ‘Finchy’ Finch is one of Australia’s most promising middle order batsman. His aggressive nature has been known to rattle every bowler he’s faced. Finchy represented his country in the 2006 Under-19 Cricket World Cup and had a good show there. Right after, he was supposed to debut against India, but the match – to his and our disappointment was washed out.

In his 2009-2010 season with the Bushrangers, he made his maiden first-class century, established his position in the middle order and was also a part of Victoria Big Bash campaign.


The Big Bash saw him emerge as the second highest scorer in the tournament. His primary instruments of success? Raw talent & the PUMA Platinum 5000 bat. Sculpted from the finest Grade 1 English Willow, this bat sets the benchmark for optimum balance & power. It’s unique multi – textured PUMA grip & softer rubber compound on the handle allow for better hand comfort, control & firm grip.

Finch caught the national selectors eyes not just with his performance at the Big Bash but also the Sheffield Shield. And if his 416 runs in the Sheffield Shield at an average of 37.81 along with the 347 runs he scored in the FR cup is anything to go by, it looks like the Bushrangers and Cricket Australia have a stellar athlete within their ranks!