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Ball type 23 Mar 2010 22:02 #1

  • Carl D
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Any decisions on the brand and model of ball that will be used in Milan?
May as well try and train with the same sort we are going to use if possible.....

RE:Ball type 30 Mar 2010 07:24 #2

I heard that this year for something different they were going to use a round ball. Bit far out I know, but I think that it might just work.
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RE:Ball type 30 Mar 2010 08:19 #3

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Gee thanks Anton!!!!

Its ok for you guys in Aus who use decent Mikasa's most of the time, but I'm trying to get some quality balls in New Zealand, that last and perform reliably all the time. If I can get the same as World's.....Bonus.

RE:Ball type 31 Mar 2010 09:39 #4

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That's a bit rich Anton, I'm sure it's you who keeps having a regular thursday night rant about balls...
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RE:Ball type 08 Apr 2010 02:47 #5

About people brining their own ball to training. And it being a reasonable one. Nothing else.
You wouldn't turn up to train without your kayak or paddle now would you and just expect that some one else has brought you a spare to use each session. Should be the same with a ball.

I believe that it will not be mikasa being used at the worlds.
Dunc or Greg S might have an idea of what is tho.
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RE:Ball type 05 Aug 2010 10:47 #6

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Any news on this one?


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