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  • Pay out helps soften injury blow for ex-Glos seamer Saxelby | Gloucestershire Cricket
    he sustained playing against Surrey two months earlier He is now working for Lockton a leading firm of insurance brokers in their Chepstow office Saxelby had covered himself for the eventuality of a career ending injury by taking out a permanent disablement insurance policy through the PCA and his claim has just been settled by the insurers He received the highest amount that can be paid for a 25 year old player under the policy The payment will make life a little more comfortable for Saxelby and his wife Gemma as they settle into a new house and prepare for the birth of a child in two months time but will not adequately compensate Saxelby for the loss of his cricket career He said I know other players who have put in for this claim and been unsuccessful so in that respect I see myself as being relatively lucky On the same hand I have been extremely unlucky with the injuries I sustained throughout my career If I was able to give it all back and be able to play again I would jump at the chance to be able to play until I am 35 Saxelby helped to soften the blow of having his playing career cut short by having a Personal Development Programme which included studying for a mathematics degree with the Open University working in Gloucestershire s marketing department and gaining valuable work experience with companies in Bristol He was also the chairman of Gloucestershire batsman Hamish Marshall s benefit year in 2015 He added I have managed to find myself a job through the preparation I did by doing a maths degree going into industry and working with Gloucestershire s marketing department etc I now feel as though I am back on my feet For more

    Original URL path: http://www.gloscricket.co.uk/pay-out-helps-soften-injury-blow-for-ex-glos-seamer-saxelby/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Hankins hits form as Glos stars impress Down Under | Gloucestershire Cricket
    been training at the Darren Lehman Cricket Academy DLCA alongside fellow Gloucestershire youngster Brandon Gilmour The Zimbabwe born batsman is playing for Southern District in the same competition and has a top score of 64 so far They have also played a number of games for the DLCA Gloucestershire head coach Richard Dawson said he was really pleased with the feedback he d received on both of his young charges He said I ve had really good reports back from Australia on both George and Brandon It s been nice to hear that they ve both been working very hard and making the most of their opportunity Hopefully it s been very beneficial from both a cricket and a more holistic point of view George has done well in all the competitions he s played in he s got a few tons and scored heavily We are looking forward to them coming back in March and joining up with the boys The pair who came through the club s Academy are among five Gloucestershire players who have headed Down Under for the winter Ian Cockbain has been playing for East Torrens in the same league as George and Brandon while Jack Taylor and Will Tavare have been plying their trade for Kingston Hawthorn in Melbourne Ian has also turned out for the DLCA making 122 against the Future Stars a match which also saw George 45 and Brandon 42 in the runs In Melbourne Jack has impressed with bat and ball racking up 428 runs at 32 9 and taking 27 wickets at 16 41 across all forms of the game Will has saved his best form for one day cricket where he has scored 192 runs at 38 4 Ian returns to the UK on Feb 12 with Jack

    Original URL path: http://www.gloscricket.co.uk/hankins-hits-form-as-glos-stars-impress-down-under/ (2016-02-12)
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  • NatWest T20 Blast Tickets on sale Wednesday 3 February | Gloucestershire Cricket
    Wednesday February 3 An action packed summer awaits Gloucestershire Cricket supporters in 2016 with the Friday night T20 matches certain to be among the highlights Fans can enjoy watching some of the biggest names in world cricket at the Bristol County Ground including Chris Gayle Eoin Morgan Kumar Sangakkara and Gloucestershire s very own Michael Klinger The new floodlights at the Bristol County Ground will add to the Friday night experience and the later start time of 6 30pm will allow extra time for supporters to arrive With two sell out fixtures in 2015 we are urging supporters to book early to avoid disappointment Home NatWest T20 Blast matches Gloucestershire v Sussex Friday 20 May 6 30pm Gloucestershire v Glamorgan Friday 10 June 6 30pm Gloucestershire v Somerset Friday 17 June 6 30pm Gloucestershire v Surrey Wednesday 6 July 6 30pm Gloucestershire v Kent Friday 8 July 6 30pm Gloucestershire v Essex Sunday 17 July Cheltenham Cricket Festival 2 30pm Gloucestershire v Middlesex Friday 29 July 6 30pm Adult tickets from 20 Junior from 3 aged 18 and under Group tickets will also be available for each match Tickets will be available online or over the phone from 9am on Wednesday morning Tickets for the County Championship Royal London One Day Cup tourist matches and Cheltenham Cricket Festival will be on sale in the next couple of weeks Tickets for the Royal London One Day International between England and Sri Lanka at the Bristol County Ground on Sunday 26 June are currently on sale click here for more information Player blog Benny in the USA Hankins hits form as Glos stars impress Down Under News All News Cricket News Club news Community News News Archive 2016 News Archive February January 2015 News Archive December November October September August July June

    Original URL path: http://www.gloscricket.co.uk/tickets-on-sale-february-3rd/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Player blog: Benny in the USA | Gloucestershire Cricket
    Nou Camp stadium We had a blast but a longer break was required West Palm Beach Florida was the next destination where I joined Cinthia and her family Welcomed with sunshine an ice cold beer and a view of one of Florida s most beautiful lakes I thought Yeah I m going to enjoy this Cinthia and I decided to make the most of the break and travelled to New York Boston and Rhode Island This consisted of us being the ultimate tourists with a few t shirts to match We fell into a pattern of sightseeing by day and traditional American bars by night Everywhere we went it was TV screen after TV screen mounted on the bar walls playing whatever sport they could find mainly baseball We were living the American dream No sooner had I arrived back in Bristol than our strength and conditioning coach Bodders Chris Bodman had me by his special pliers pinching the fatty parts of my body Uh oh maybe a little work was necessary It was time for my training head to be switched back on Having a season off from Australia has been a blessing in disguise as constantly pounding the body for 10 season straight takes its toll My goal this winter was clear to get stronger This has involved me doing plenty of injury prevention exercise including weights and track running Yoga boxing and rigorous circuits that felt more like beastings once a week were added to keep us on our toes On the cricket side my aims have been pretty simple bowl faster and bat longer more runs and ore wickets another trophy hopefully Outside of this walking Nala our husky cross collie puppy in the park and woods became my new morning and afternoon routine It is safe to say my skin folds were improving at a brisk pace As Cinthia s UK visa still hadn t arrived she was stuck in West Palm Beach over Christmas so I had no choice but to join her in the sun again well some things you just can t control This trip wasn t the same as the vacation in October as it would have been criminal to jeopardise the hard work I d put in I combined occasional gym and gyrotonic sessions with plenty of batting practice baseball batting Baseball is cricket s cousin A sport so similar but still not linked as closely as they could be Power hitting deceiving change ups and rocket arms are things much too valuable to ignore and I am fascinated by what I can take from one sport into the other My brother flew in for Christmas Eve which was a complete surprise What didn t surprise me was that he left the very next day It reminded me of his trip for the Lord s final where he arrived that morning watched the game celebrated with us slept a couple hours then left the next evening all in the same

    Original URL path: http://www.gloscricket.co.uk/player-blog-benny-in-the-usa/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Listen to Roderick on BBC Bristol’s Sports Store | Gloucestershire Cricket
    and Net Hire Recruitment Contact us Community About Us News Events Community Programmes Fundraising Get involved Gloucestershire Cricket Board Gloucestershire Cricket Trust Gloucestershire News Listen to Roderick on BBC Bristol s Sports Store Posted on 28 January 2016 Fresh from signing a new three year contract wicketkeeper batsman Gareth Roderick spoke to Geoff Twentyman for his new BBC Bristol show the Sport s Store During the interview Gareth discusses his path into First Class cricket his ambitions for the squad his England aspirations and gave an insight into his approach to wicketkeeping To listen to the nine minute interview broadcast on Wednesday January 28 click here and go to 44 minutes Marshall jets off to join Masters League Player blog Benny in the USA News All News Cricket News Club news Community News News Archive 2016 News Archive February January 2015 News Archive December November October September August July June May April March February January 2014 News Archive December November October September August July June May April March February January 2013 News Archive December November October September August July June May April March February January 2012 News Archive December November October September August July June May April March February January

    Original URL path: http://www.gloscricket.co.uk/listen-to-roderick-on-bbc-bristols-sports-store/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Marshall jets off to join Masters League | Gloucestershire Cricket
    of guys still playing as well as people who have retired means it should be really good cricket Hamish will play for the Leo Lions one of six teams involved after being picked up at an IPL style auction As well as Lara his team mates will include ex England bowlers Darren Gough and Simon Jones South African s Herschelle Gibbs Zimabwean Heath Streak and New Zealanders James Franklin and Scott Styris Other big names heading to Dubai include Adam Gilchrist Brett Lee Kumar Sangakarra Virender Sehwag and Graeme Swann Hamish s first game with the Lions is on January 29 when he will face the Capricon Commanders a team that includes Michael Vaughan and former Gloucestershire favourites Andrew Symonds and Geraint Jones Hamish said It will be nice to catch up with a lot of guys who I have played with and against Brian Lara is the captain of my team and he s not a bad person to be able to chat about cricket with I hope we may get the odd day off on the golf course but the main reason for going is the cricket The idea of touring always excites me It s a chance to see a different part of the world experience a different environment and get a bit of sun on my back which is nice at this time of year The 36 year old who played 13 Tests 55 ODIs and 3 T20s before retiring from international cricket took three months off following the end of the domestic season And he says the chance to play competitively after a month honing his skills indoors at the Bristol County Ground should be good preparation for the 2016 campaign He said Having that break has helped me come back feeling really refreshed and

    Original URL path: http://www.gloscricket.co.uk/marshall-jets-off-to-join-masters-league/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Work begins on installation of floodlights at Bristol | Gloucestershire Cricket
    begun Having been granted planning permission in 2015 work to install the floodlights is now in full swing and will be completed by the start of the 2016 season Following development in recent years at the Bristol County Ground such as the new Mound Stand and new Bristol Pavilion the floodlights are another step towards creating one of the finest Sports grounds in the South West that the region can be proud of especially Gloucestershire Cricket members supporters and playing staff The immediate benefit of the floodlights will be noticed on Friday 20 May when Gloucestershire host Sussex in our first home NatWest T20 Blast match of the season Friday night matches will also begin at the later time of 6 30pm compared to a 5 30pm start time in 2015 Feedback received from members and supporters suggested the 5 30pm start was a barrier for some to attend matches so we are delighted that floodlit matches will give Gloucestershire supporters added time to get to the match and enjoy a friday with us at the Bristol County Ground for an entertaining evening of T20 cricket Chief Executive Will Brown said The last week has been a really exciting time for us here at the Club After months of planning it s great to see holes being dug and the building work really starting For many of us the installation of floodlights represents so much more than just a later start to matches they represent the fantastic future that lies ahead for Gloucestershire Cricket and a future we can t wait to move into Glos trio to do battle in Big Bash semi final Marshall jets off to join Masters League News All News Cricket News Club news Community News News Archive 2016 News Archive February January 2015 News Archive

    Original URL path: http://www.gloscricket.co.uk/work-begins-on-installation-of-floodlights-at-bristol/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Glos trio to do battle in Big Bash semi-final | Gloucestershire Cricket
    second Big Bash League BBL semi final tomorrow 8 40am GMT Klinger and Tye will be hoping to help Perth Scorchers to a fourth successive final while Handscomb s Melbourne Stars are seeking to break a hoodoo that has seen them lose four semis in a row The winners will take on Sydney Thunder who caused an upset by beating tournament favourites the Adelaide Strikers who finished top of the group stages The three players with Gloucestershire links all go into the game in good form Scorchers fast bowler Andrew Tye goes into the match with 13 wickets at an average of 15 76 And he will go into the match with his confidence sky high after being called up to the Australia T20 squad for the first time He has also been named in the BBL s Team of the tournament Having finished as the top runscorer in last season s BBL Gloucestershire s Royal London One Day winning skipper has scored 241 runs in this year s competition at 41 Handscomb has been keeping wicket for the Stars and averages 29 95 with a highest score of 52 The recent form guide would seem to favour the Stars who beat the Scorchers by 52 runs less than a week ago The success was the Melbourne side s fourth regular season win over the Scorchers in a row but they have lost their last three semi finals against them Scorchers are looking to make it three BBL titles in a row The match will be shown live on Sky Sports 1 from 8 30am GMT Smith seeks success in all formats after signing contract extension Work begins on installation of floodlights at Bristol News All News Cricket News Club news Community News News Archive 2016 News Archive February January

    Original URL path: http://www.gloscricket.co.uk/glos-trio-to-do-battle-in-big-bash-semi-final/ (2016-02-12)
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