TRAINING

Our training programs allow you to strengthen those skills needed to excel in the world of competitive conkers. We are committed to bringing you cutting edge nut tech, alongside world class training techniques to set you apart from your competition.

The Classic

The style we all used at school, but is there room for improvement?

Reverse Elbow

Not seen often in tournament conkers, but if executed correctly it can be deadly.

The Expelliarmus

New on the circuit, this tricky to master swing can be devistating.

CONKER TECH

You are only as good as the tech you are swinging. Conker Cup search high and low for the latest in conker tech. We independently review and rate each piece of tech, so that you can make informed choices about the rig you want to swing with.

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PCC, Battle Pack

We review Peckham Conker Clubs 'Battle Pack' a kit that contains all you need to get started in conkers.

SCORE

9/10

CUBSER, Round Wax

A classic British lace some may call it boring, but why mess with what works.

SCORE

7/10

CONTERFEIT
CONKERS

Playing conkers out of season has always been a challenge for the nut sport industry. Aged nuts, although a little more shrivelled can be used, however typically these are saved for matches. Conker Cup has set about trying to find the best substitute conker for training purposes.

BRUSSEL SPROUT

Strong core, lots of leaf debris when contact is made.

SCORE

8.0/10

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PICKLED ONION

A solid performer, but messy set-up. Also it makes you cry!

SCORE

7.0/10

2

NEW POTATO

Tends to shatter on impact, but get the right size and it feels like a conker

SCORE

5.3/10

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BOILED EGG

Very fragile and difficult to handle.

SCORE

2.0/10

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BAKED BEAN

It's a baked bean, what did you expect?

SCORE

1.0/10

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