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Spartan Sporting Goods is a manufacturer, wholesaler and retailer of world class sporting goods and equipments. Spartan Sports is an Australian company that markets a wide range of sports products and equipment with the capability to deliver directly from our overseas factories. By providing direct contact with our designers and manufacturers we offer all our clients customised products, within reduced delivery times and at exceptional value for money. Spartan Sports is passionate about all sport whether it is played competitively or for leisure, develops health and fitness or enhances the image of individual companies and their brands.
Spartan Sports Industries was established in 1964 with the aim of producing and distributing inflatable balls. The success of this venture led to the production of a larger range of sporting products to meet the demands of the rapidly expanding global sporting goods market. In 2000 Spartan Sporting Goods was formed in Australia and has established itself as one of the leading suppliers to the retail and sporting sectors. Our focus is to develop sporting goods that contribute to the success of individual and corporate objectives. Whether an organisation requires promotional giveaways, corporate gifts and novelty items, or a sports club needs balls and equipment for their coaches and teams or an individual wants some fitness equipment or back yard games; Spartan is the name in the game. Spartan’s understanding of the sports domain includes rights holders, sponsors, associations, clubs, players and fans. Our activities cover product design and development, manufacture and delivery. Our specialty is to contribute to the activation of innovative, memorable and successful campaigns that target selected stakeholders.
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Chris Gayle Equaled Shahid Afridi’s Record for Most Sixes In International Cricket.
Chris Gayle smashed five sixes in against Bangladesh in the third and final One-Day International (ODI) at the Warner Park in St Kitts to become the most number of six hitter in international cricket.
The swashbuckling West Indies batsman, who scored a blistering 73-run from 66 balls equaled Afridi’s feat of identical number of sixes.
Both the batsmen now hold 476 sixes to their name.
Gayle achieved the feat in 443 matches while Afridi reached the mark in 524 matches.
However, Gayle’s power-packed knock on top of the order failed to help West Indies clinch a ODI series victory against minnows Bangladesh — who won the series 2-1.
Gayle, however can surpass Afridi to become the lone most number of sixes hitter when he West Indies take on Bangaladesh in the first of three-match Twenty20 International (T20I) on August 1.
The 38-year-old Gayle has played 81 matches less than Afridi in international cricket.
Although, he has played five more innings on his way to the milestone.
Afridi has hit 351 sixes in ODIs, 73 sixes in T20Is and 52 in Tests.
Gayle on the other hand has scored 275 sixes in ODIs, 103 sixes in T20Is and 98 maximums in the longest format of the game.
Meanwhile, Mahendra Singh Dhoni is fifth on the chart with 342 sixes from 504 matches.
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