'Tis The IPL Season! Head To This Lane For All Your Cricketing Needs

IPL is just around the corner. And if you are in major need of a bat for your cricket keeda, head to Ramesh Mitra Road near Hazra. While a couple of sports stores here are very famous, a few are not so much. But you sure will get everything you need to organise a locality tournament, keeping in tandem with the IPL fever.

Samur Sports

Situated just opposite Punya Cinema Hall, Samur is your go-to store when you're hunting for a cricket kit. This one's a household name in south Kolkata when it comes to a child's first SG or SS cricket bat. A lot of us remember buying our first cricket kits when we all wanted to become cricketers after watching Sachin Tendulkar giving nightmares to Warnie.

Sporting Goods Stores

Samur Sports

1, Ground Floor, Opp. Purna Cinema Hall, Shyama Prasad Mukherjee Road, Kalighat, Kolkata

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Sportsman

Sportsman is a hidden gem and you won't even notice it as you walk past the store: it's that small! But it is a treasure trove for sports lovers. Think of the most affordable cambis balls and you will get them here. Take a walk down memory lane and get a box of six Headly cricket balls for INR 200.
Sporting Goods Stores

Sportsman Sports Goods

1, Ramesh Mitra Road, Bhowanipore, Kolkata

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Kali Stores

Kali Stores is again a popular name and loyalists of this store don't usually buy their stuff from other stores. Kali Stores is actually quite famous for their quality of bat tapes. Bought a new bat? Doesn't matter if it's an English willow or Kashmir willow, they have tapes for all kinds to make your strokes sweeter.

Sporting Goods Stores

Kali Stores

2-A, Ramesh Mitra Road, Bakul Bagan, Bhowanipore, Kolkata

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Escay Sports

Escay Sports is another lesser known sports goods store but this is the only one in the area which sells sports shorts. Apart from cricket bats, balls and other protective gear, you will also find standard wicket sets here. We ain't having a match without a wicket set right?