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Fascinating series of clips. Thank you very much.
What are the purpose of the holes in the blade that a buried into the folded back?
No wonder there is no support for its inclusion in the next Olympic Games.
Regards from Perth
Cricket balls are hard enough to hold a toothed blade in them. If, instead of seeing how far and where the ball could be batted with someone jogging after it, one could just saunter over to the ball, retrieve it, see how far the blade had penetrated the ball, and points given accordingly. That might be more exciting than the current game. Of course you could hammer toothed bales into the wickets to challenge the bowler.
You could still keep your standard bat for all of this.
(from a Canuck)