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  • England v Sri Lanka, Royal London One-Day International – Sunday 26 June 2016 | Gloucestershire Cricket
    Contact us Community About Us News Events Community Programmes Fundraising Get involved Gloucestershire Cricket Board Gloucestershire Cricket Trust England v Sri Lanka Royal London One Day International Sunday 26 June 2016 Tickets for the England v Sri Lanka Royal London One Day International this summer are on sale now England v Sri Lanka Bristol County Ground Sunday 26 June How to purchase Going online to our tickets page click here Calling the ticket office on 0117 910 8010 From the club reception Following the success of ticket sales for previous International matches held at the Bristol County Ground Gloucestershire Cricket is urging its supporters to buy their tickets early to avoid missing out A capacity crowd is expected at The Bristol County Ground with a TV audience of c 100 million people watching the game from around the globe Ticket prices as follows Band A Adults 65 U16s 25 Band B Adults 55 U16s 20 Band C Adults 45 U16s 15 A booking fee of 1 50 per ticket will be applied when buying online or by phone Maximum 10 tickets per booking For disabled carer places please contact the club Maximum 10 tickets per booking Gloucestershire Cricket also has excellent hospitality packages available for corporate guests or as a great present for your loved ones for an extra special day at the cricket Click here for information on 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

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  • Brewin Dolphin Cheltenham Cricket Festival | Gloucestershire Cricket
    Sports Hall and Net Hire Recruitment Contact us Community About Us News Events Community Programmes Fundraising Get involved Gloucestershire Cricket Board Gloucestershire Cricket Trust Brewin Dolphin Cheltenham Cricket Festival The Brewin Dolphin Cheltenham Cricket Festival is one of the most loved events in the social and sporting calendar The idyllic setting of Cheltenham College provides the perfect backdrop for cricket at the height of summer Brewin Dolphin one of the UK s largest independently owned private client Wealth Managers has been the Festival s principal sponsor since 2012 They have been involved with Gloucestershire Cricket for over 15 years supporting the Club and its development Gloucestershire have been playing in the stunning grounds of Cheltenham College for over 140 years making this the world s longest running cricket festival on an outfield The ground s idyllic setting has provided a perfect backdrop for the Festival throughout its history a great attraction for cricket fans new supporters and big cricketing stars The 2015 festival saw over 20 000 people attend over the two weeks and we would like thank everyone who came along and was a part of it Cheltenham Festival Brewin Dolphin Cheltenham Cricket Festival Festival History Location This page

    Original URL path: http://www.gloscricket.co.uk/cricket/cheltenham-cricket-festival/ (2016-02-12)
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  • 2nd X1 | Gloucestershire Cricket
    Nepal Bath CC Friendly Glos won by 4 wickets Tue 30 Jun 1 day Papua New Guinea Downend CC SEF 1 Two matches PNG won by 57 runs and Glos won by 35 runs Mon 6 Jul 1 day Middlesex Downend CC SET Middlesex won by 56 runs Mon 13 Jul 1 day Kent Canterbury SET Kent won by 76 runs Thu 16 Jul 1 day TBC Arundel SET 20 Finals Day Mon 20 Jul 3 days Glamorgan Panteg SEC Glamorgan won by 157 runs Thu 23 Jul 1 day Glamorgan Cardiff CC SET Glos won by 102 runs Mon 27 Jul 3 days MCC YCs Bath CC SEC Thu 30 Jul 1 day MCC YCs Bath CC SET Glos won by 9 wickets Mon 3 Aug 1 day Surrey Guildford SET Surrey won by 160 runs Tue 4 Aug 3 days Surrey Cheam SEC Surrey won by 160 runs Mon 10 Aug 1 day Somerset Bristol CC SET Somerset won by 8 wickets Tue 11 Aug 3 days Glamorgan TBC SEF 3 Glos won by 36 runs Mon 17 Aug 4 days Warwickshire Cheltenham CC SEF 4 Match drawn Fri 21 Aug 1 day TBC TBC SET Semi finals Thu 27 Aug 1 day TBC TBC SET Final Tue 1 Sep 3 days Nottinghamshire Bristol SEF 3 Match drawn Mon 7 Sep 4 days TBC TBC SEC Final Tue 8 Sep 3 days Somerset Taunton Vale SEF 3 Somerset won by 7 wickets 2014 Fixtures Date Duration Opponents Venue Comp Tue 15 Apr 3 days Glamorgan Cardiff CC SEF Fri 18 Apr 1 day Cardiff University Cardiff CC SEF Mon 21 Apr 3 days Surrey Bristol SEC Thu 24 Apr 1 day Surrey Bristol SET Mon 5 May 3 days Worcestershire Dean Close SEF Thu 8 May 1 day Worcestershire TBC SEt20 Fri 9 May 1 day Somerset Taunton Vale SEt20 Thu 15 May 1 day Glamorgan Swalec Stadium SEt20 Mon 19 May 1 day Warwickshire Cheltenham College SEt20 Mon 26 May 1 day Essex Bristol SET Tue 27 May 3 days Essex Bristol SEC Fri 30 May 1 day Cardiff University TBA SEF Tue 10 Jun 3 days Middlesex Richmond SEC Fri 13 Jun 1 day Middlesex Richmond SET Mon 16 Jun 3 days Kent Maidstone SEC Thu 19 Jun 1 day Kent Maidstone SET Mon 23 Jun 1 day Hampshire Ageas Bowl SET Tue 24 Jun 3 days Hampshire Ageas Bowl SEC Mon 30 Jun 1 day Northamptonshire Thornbury CC SET Tue 1 Jul 3 days Northamptonshire Thornbury CC SEC Mon 7 Jul 1 day Yorkshire Bristol SEF Tue 8 Jul 3 days Yorkshire Bristol SEF Fri 11 Jul 1 day Unicorns Lansdown CC SET Mon 4 Aug 3 days Somerset Taunton Vale SEC Thu 7 Aug 1 day Somerset Taunton Vale SET Mon 11 Aug 3 days Sussex Hove SEC Thu 14 Aug 1 day Sussex Hove SET Wed 20 Aug 3 days MCC Universities Bristol CC SEC Wed 27 Aug 3 days Somerset Thornbury SEF

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  • Academy | Gloucestershire Cricket
    and being tested by both coaches and other members of the academy in every session What does being in the academy mean to you A step towards my lifetime ambition of being a professional cricketer What would it mean to you to play for your country at the County Ground Bristol To play for England would be a great honour and a very proud moment for it to be at the Bristol County Ground home ground would make it extra special The best advice you have received Don t let not working hard enough get in the way of what you want to achieve Jack Popham Age 20 Cricket Club played for Barnstaple and Pilton CC Future Ambitions To play first class cricket for Gloucestershire and test cricket for England Position Opening bowler Other sports interested in teams followed Golf Darts Football Arsenal Favourite GCCC player and why Geraint Jones Top quality player and has played cricket at the highest level possible Cricketing hero Brett Lee He plays the game in the right spirit and his bowling action is technically perfect What does being in the academy involve It involves hard work commitment and dedication on and off the field It gives me the opportunity to work with great coaches to further improve my game What does being in the academy mean to you It means a lot to me All my hard work is starting to pay off it also means I am 1 step closer to fulfilling my dream What would it mean to you to play for your country at the County Ground Bristol To represent your country would be an honour but to do it in front of your home crowd at the county ground would be even more special and a dream come true The best advice you have received Always give 110 and never give up Ollie Currill Age 18 Cricket Club played for Leamington CC Birmingham League Future Ambitions To represent my county and country in all forms of cricket Position Bowling all rounder Other sports interested in teams followed Football Man United Formula 1 Rugby Favourite GCCC player and why Craig Miles An extremely promising player A great role model for us academy players to follow Cricketing hero Jacques Kallis The longevity of his career being an all rounder is quite amazing What does being in the academy involve As previously mentioned hard work and commitment It also requires dedication to improve myself as both a cricketer and a person What does being in the academy mean to you It just means I am closer to my goal The hard work commitment and dedication does not stop though What would it mean to you to play for your country at the County Ground Bristol To represent England would be great but for it to be at the Bristol County Ground would make it that little bit better The best advice you have received Never settle for less than your best School Motto James Robert Bracey Age 18 Cricket Club played for Currently Bristol CC Formely Winterbourne CC Future Ambitions To play professional cricket representing Gloucestershire in all formats Position Top order batsman wicketkeeper Other sports interested in teams followed Bristol Rovers FC Bristol Rugby Darts Favourite GCCC player and why Ian Cockbain Top quality batsman in all formats Very approachable and happy to help you improve Cricketing hero Kumar Sangakkara Quality batsman in all formats and top class gloveman aswell What does being in the academy involve Being committed and organised in order to maximise the amount you can improve and the learn from the opportunities given to you and staff around you including the senior players What does being in the academy mean to you It is obviously a great achievement and a stepping stone to where I would like to end up in the professional game It will allow me to continue improving further but the hard work can t stop What would it mean to you to play for your country at the County Ground Bristol It would be awesome to play for my country anywhere in the world but being able to do it at the Bristol County Ground where I have grown up would be even more special The best advice you have received Make the most of every opportunity you are given Tom Price Age 15 Cricket Club played for Abingdon Vale CC Future Ambitions To play first class cricket for Gloucestershire and to play cricket for England Position All rounder Top order batsman and seam bowler Other sports interested in teams followed Football Liverpool Golf Rugby Tennis Favourite GCCC player and why Hamish Marshall as he keeps his game very simple understands and reads the game well and is happy to pass on his knowledge to help others improve Cricketing hero Jacques Kallis What does being in the academy involve Commitment and dedication to working to your highest potential in order to maximise the chances you have to improve by being tested by players and coaches so that you can push for a second team place Also take every opportunity offered to you What does being in the academy mean to you It is obviously a great achievement and a stepping stone to where I would like to end up in the professional game It will allow me to continue improving further but the hard work can t stop What would it mean to you to play for your country at the County Ground Bristol It would mean a great deal to play for England but to play at my home ground would make it even better for me The best advice you have received Stick to your own game and keep it simple Brandon Allen Age 17 Cricket Club played for High Wycombe CC Future Ambitions To play professional cricket for Gloucestershire and one day hopefully make my debut for England Position Wicket Keeper and top order batsmen Other sports interested in teams followed

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  • Competition tables | Gloucestershire Cricket
    0 354 14 Glamorgan 14 7 7 0 0 0 522 14 Surrey 14 5 6 0 3 0 145 13 Somerset 14 4 8 0 2 0 184 10 Middlesex 14 4 9 0 1 0 030 9 Royal London One Day Cup Name Played Won Lost Drawn No Result Run rate Points Surrey 8 6 1 0 1 1 079 13 Gloucestershire 8 5 2 0 1 0 069 11 Yorkshire 8 4 2 0 2 0 536 10 Durham 8 4 3 0 1 0 402 9 Northamptonshire 8 4 3 0 1 0 458 9 Somerset 8 4 4 0 0 0 814 8 Derbyshire 8 4 4 0 0 0 151 8 Worcestershire 8 1 6 0 1 0 629 3 Leicestershire 8 0 7 0 1 1 914 1 2014 All competition tables LV County Champsionship Div 2 Name Played Won Lost Drawn Batting Bowling Deducted Points Hampshire 16 7 1 8 50 38 0 240 Worcestershire 16 8 3 5 37 47 0 237 Essex 16 7 2 7 37 45 0 229 Derbyshire 16 6 5 5 26 41 0 188 Surrey 16 4 5 7 43 44 3 183 Kent 16 4 6 6 35 42 0 171 Gloucestershire 16 4 5 7 28 36 0 163 Glamorgan 16 3 6 7 29 41 0 153 Leicestershire 16 0 10 6 36 42 0 108 NatWest T20 Blast South Group Name Played Won Lost Drawn No Result Run rate Points Essex 14 10 4 0 0 0 401 20 Surrey 14 9 5 0 0 0 426 18 Hampshire 14 9 5 0 0 0 136 18 Glamorgan 14 6 5 1 2 0 145 15 Somerset 14 6 7 0 1 0 107 13 Kent 14 6 7 1 0 0 229 13 Sussex 14 6 8 0 0 0 022 12 Gloucestershire 14 5 7 0 2 0 362 10 Middlesex 14 2 11 0 1 0 457 5 Royal London One Day Cup Name Played Won Lost Drawn No Result Run rate Points Yorkshire 8 6 2 0 0 1 040 12 Essex 8 5 1 0 2 0 387 12 Gloucestershire 8 4 2 0 2 0 016 10 Derbyshire 8 4 2 0 2 0 045 8 Leicestershire 8 3 4 0 1 0 393 7 Northamptonshire 8 2 4 0 2 0 277 6 Worcestershire 8 2 4 0 2 0 328 6 Lancashire 8 2 5 0 1 0 279 5 Hampshire 8 1 5 0 2 0 569 4 2013 All competition tables LV County Championship Div 2 Name Played Won Lost Drawn Batting Bowling Deducted Points Lancashire 16 8 1 7 45 45 1 238 Northamptonshire 16 5 3 8 55 43 0 202 Essex 16 5 4 7 43 41 3 182 Hampshire 16 4 3 9 45 35 0 171 Worcestershire 16 5 6 5 29 43 0 167 Gloucestershire 16 4 4 8 43 36 0 167 Kent 16

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  • Visitor information | Gloucestershire Cricket
    also means that you are free to wander around the ground and are not restricted to certain areas or stands Seating is based on a first come first served basis so arrive early if you like to watch the match from a certain place Parking Unless you have already purchased a 2016 parking permit match day parking at the Bristol County Ground will not be available Parking for permit holders will be available on a first come first served basis and cannot be guaranteed In addition we have a limited number of disabled car parking spaces available If you have any questions please call our Reception on 0117 910 8000 or email reception glosccc co uk How to get here Directions by Car The Bristol County Ground is located on Nevil Road just off the Gloucester Road A38 and is approximately 2 miles from the centre of Bristol Gloucestershire Cricket is well sign posted with brown and white signs from the main motorway junctions on the M32 from M4 and M5 junction 18 Taxi From Temple Meads train station to the Bristol County Ground should cost 10 12 From Parkway train station to the Bristol County Ground should cost 11 13 Directions by Public Transport The Bristol County Ground on Nevil Road is easily accessible by bus Services 17 17A 70 71 72 73 75 76 78 79 run within a five minute walk of the main entrance using stops on the nearby Gloucester Road Services 71 72 73 75 76 78 79 Muller Road Service 17 17A and Ashley Down Road Service 70 All buses operate at very regular intervals Service 75 and 76 run 24 hours a day Click here for Bus Routes to the Ground Getting to the Bristol County Ground with First Bus Location Maps Click here Accessibility Gloucestershire Cricket is committed to ensuring that our ground is accessible for all our customers The Bristol Pavilion is designed for full accessibility to all areas Wheelchair access is available at both entrances and the open nature of our ground means that wheelchairs can be readily accommodated For most matches ball by ball commentary is provided by BBC Local Radio which can be accessed by the internet from the BBC website If you have any questions or suggestions on how we can improve our service please contact Reception on 0117 910 8000 or Email reception glosccc co uk The Bristol County Ground What to do when you visit us Food and drink There are a variety of food and drink outlets at the ground The Optimum Sports Bar is open every match day and serves a selection of hot and cold food and has a daily special and vegetarian options find out more There are lots of very good affordable options for food and drink at the ground but if you prefer you can bring a picnic just no glass or metal please No alcohol is permitted for one day matches NatWest T20 Blast Royal London One Day

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  • Location | Gloucestershire Cricket
    Coach Sponsor Conferences and Events The Club About us Calendar of events BS7 Gym Sports Hall and Net Hire Recruitment Contact us Community About Us News Events Community Programmes Fundraising Get involved Gloucestershire Cricket Board Gloucestershire Cricket Trust Location Gloucestershire County Cricket Club play at two different venues Bristol and Cheltenham The majority of matches are played at the Club s home in Bristol but for 2 weeks in July the Club play the most successful cricket festival in the world in Cheltenham Bristol The Bristol County Ground the home of Gloucestershire County Cricket Club is located in Bristol to the north of the City Centre Conveniently situated a short distance from the M32 with easy access to the M4 and M5 Cheltenham College The Brewin Dolphin Cheltenham Cricket Festival is well over 130 years old and is played at the College Ground in Cheltenham Situated in the heart of the Cotswold town with probably the most picturesque and recognisable backdrop to a ground the College has seen some of the most exciting cricket played in Gloucestershire This page is having a slideshow that uses Javascript Your browser either doesn t support Javascript or you have it turned off To

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  • New to Cricket | Gloucestershire Cricket
    highest number of runs points scored primarily by running between wickets after hitting the ball wins the match http www avirtualdominica com cricket cfm Forms of the game Gloucestershire play in all of these LV County Championship LV CC Gloucestershire play in the LV County Championship Division 2 A LV CC game is a 4 day match Each team has two innings of batting and bowling each The match can finish early if the opposition bowl out the other team before they reach the targeted score Royal London One Day Cup Royal London One Day Cup is a 50 over match which is played over a one day period Each team has 50 overs to bowl and 50 overs to bat Whoever scores the most runs within their 50 overs wins the match NatWest T20 Blast A NatWest T20 Blast match involves two teams each has a single innings batting for a maximum of 20 overs A Twenty20 game is completed in about three hours with each innings lasting around 75 90 minutes with a 15 minute interval Terms in Cricket All Rounder Refers to a player who is good at both batting and bowling Average The total figure reached by computation of a batsman s run scoring performance measured against the number of deliveries faced or a bowlers performance measure against the number of runs conceded as compared to the number of wickets taken Block The position taken by the batsman when waiting for a ball to be bowled Can also be used to describe a defensive batting stroke Boundary Indicates the outer limit of the playing area Also used to describe a stroke by the batsman that immediately results in 4 runs Duck A score of zero believed to have got its name from the shape of the

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