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  • GET INVOLVED: UPCOMING EVENTS | Gloucestershire Cricket
    Net Hire Recruitment Contact us Community About Us News Events Community Programmes Fundraising Get involved Gloucestershire Cricket Board Gloucestershire Cricket Trust Gloucestershire News GET INVOLVED UPCOMING EVENTS Posted on 14 September 2015 As we enter the final stages of the 2015 cricket season and with the Royal London One Day Cup Final taking place it is a hugely exciting time at Gloucestershire Cricket Whilst the cricket season will be shortly coming to an end there are plenty of events happening over the next couple of months for you to enjoy take a look A night to relive the season End of season awards dinner 2015 Bristol County Ground Thursday 1 October Click here for more information and to book your tickets The Cotswolds North Wiltshire Region Autumn Quiz Quiz night at the Cotswolds Hall Northleach on Friday 9 October Click here for more information about the evening GCCC Heritage Trust Dinner To mark the centenary of WG Grace s Death Friday 23 October Bristol Pavilion Click here for more information and to book your place The Cheltenham North Cotswolds Region Autumn Supper In the Pavilion at the Royal Oak Cheltenham on Wednesday 18 November Click here for more information and to book your tickets Kent Preview Hampton and Hankins could make debut as Roderick targets third ENGLAND v SRI LANKA NOW ON SALE TO GLOUCESTERSHIRE MEMBERS 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

    Original URL path: http://www.gloscricket.co.uk/upcoming-events/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Robert (Bob) Hill R.I.P. | Gloucestershire Cricket
    attending every day of the Cheltenham Cricket Festival Bob worked for the family business in Stroud T Butt Son a builder s merchants His late father Ken served for many years on the Stroud Region the Council and Executive Board Bob followed in his footsteps serving on both the Stroud Regional Committee and Council He was equally at home with both members and supporters sharing his passion for the game At one stage Bob chalked up a record of having been to over 200 consecutive Sunday League Games and received an award appropriately at his beloved Cheltenham when he reached his double century In later years Bob supported both the Club s Former Players Day at Bristol and the annual PCA Day at Cheltenham He was also one of the driving forces behind Frocester Cricket Club giving generously so that they could enjoy several trophy and league wins in recent years He was also a big fan and a Director of Stenhousemuir FC who play in Scottish League Division One Through his business he once sponsored The Warriors as they are known and the Scottish Sun was so taken aback as to why someone from several hundred miles away would sponsor a Club in the lower reaches of the Scottish leagues that they ran a story on page three Bob will be missed by all those Gloucestershire supporters and there were many who were privileged to know him or to have met him a true gent and supporter of the Club Our condolences are with his family and his wife Carolynne Funeral arrangements as follows Date Monday 14 September 14 Time 12 30 pm Place Gloucester Crematorium Coney Hill Road Gloucester GL4 4PA Followed by a Reception at Frocester Cricket Club Frocester Hill Stonehouse Gloucestershire GL10 3TW Day one match

    Original URL path: http://www.gloscricket.co.uk/robert-bob-hill-r-i-p/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Bristol County Ground to host U19 Club T20 Finals this Sunday | Gloucestershire Cricket
    Cricket Board GCB community coach said everything was in place for a fantastic finale to the inaugural tournament He said For these young players to have the chance to follow in the footsteps of so many greats of the game and play at the Bristol County Ground will be a wonderful experience for them It has been a great competition the players and their clubs have really embraced it Entry is free on Sunday so we are hoping supporters will come down and help create and electric atmosphere on finals day The competition which is sponsored by Plumbase is part of a national initiative to stop players in their late teens dropping out of cricket Teams have worn coloured clothing played with pink balls and have been awarded bonus points based on the quality of the match day experience they provide from live music to fairground attractions On the pitch Hurricanes Buccaneers and NCYC all qualified for finals day with 100 records winning all four of their matches while Thornbury won three and lost one Three of the finalists have been helped by impressive performances from their bowlers NCYC s Ollie Currill who is on the Gloucestershire Academy Hurricanes allrounder Rob Dent and Thunder spinner Danny Slade top the county wicket takers with nine each Currill s haul includes a remarkable spell of 5 1 v Frocester Foxes the fourth best figures in the competition nationally Nationally the best bowling came from Thornbury s Jack Gillett with 6 10 off 2 2 overs against Brislington Stags With the bat players to look out for on finals day include Bristol Buccanneers Jack Ellison who is the third highest runscorer in Gloucestershire with 116 and Marc Lezar Thornbury who had made 104 in just two innings Unfortunately the competition s top three

    Original URL path: http://www.gloscricket.co.uk/bristol-county-ground-to-host-u19-club-t20-finals-this-sunday/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Staff raise over £1300 for BRAMS charity | Gloucestershire Cricket
    start this challenge as most other charity bike rides are undertaken on super light and fast road bikes A lot of people said it was a crazy idea and thought it would be way too hard to cover the mileage and hills each day But what did they know Day one We set off in the worst conditions ever heavy rain and 20mph gusts of wind to deal with head on The day got worse with two flat tyres to deal with on a busy main road in the pouring rain The B B in Bishop Hull was a welcoming sight to see when we eventually arrived Day two We had to make a detour to obtain 2 new inner tubes just in case we encountered another puncture The morning was gorgeous with beautiful sunshine and only a few hills to contend with However after lunch the hills became more challenging the closer we came to the Devon Border Even the training we did leading up to the event didn t include the steep hills Devon has One particular incline took nearly 50 minutes to concur with the non stop peddling taking its toll on our legs this meant we made our second stop an hour and a half later than planned Day three We set off with bright hopes to hit those Cornish hills and clock up some miles We started well but soon after lunch the hills became longer and steeper resulting in cramp setting into my legs but we still made the B B by tea time The B B owner had bets on that we wouldn t arrive until 9 00pm at the earliest Day four and the final day Our bodies felt broken from the previous 3 days of many miles and hill climbs Despite

    Original URL path: http://www.gloscricket.co.uk/staff-raise-over-1300-for-brams-charity/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Bracey and Currill join Glos Academy | Gloucestershire Cricket
    as well as well as I could do and I it helped me more than I realised I think having had to deal with that when I was quite young has made it easier to take things in my stride as I ve got older Ollie currently plays his senior cricket for Leamington Spa in Division Birmingham and District Premier Cricket League and trains with the Academy two to three times a week alongside matches Gloucestershire Academy director Owen Dawkins said After some ups and downs along the way we are delighted with the improvements Ollie made working with Gloucestershire Cricket Board head of performance Tim Hancock in the Gloucestershire Under 17s last year We set him some building blocks over the winter and up to Christmas and saw continual improvement He has bowled at the pro squad and done a lot of work with bowling coach Mark Thorburn which has really driven his game forward We are looking forward to seeing him continue to progress Tim Hancock who coached Ollie in the Gloucestershire Under 17s last year said this could happen sooner rather than later He said He impressed last year and if he can continue developing at the rate he has over the last 12 18months he can keep going up and you could see him playing County Championship cricket quite soon The fact that Ollie has come from the county squads to the EPP back down to the district cricket and now to the Academy shows that the system is working well and that players aren t ever lost but have the opportunity to develop at different rates James Bracey The Bristol CC player who came through the ranks at Winterbourne CC signed until the end of next summer after making 98 for the Second XI against Essex earlier this year He said It s what I ve been working for and I am really pleased to have been given the opportunity Owen Dawkins Gloucestershire Academy Director said to me before the Essex game that if you can get a big score in the match then I would get a chance and I went out and got 98 I am looking forward to working hard and trying to keep improving my game After leaving school James attended Stroud and South Gloucestershire SGS College and was part of their cricket programme which is run by Gloucestershire Cricket Board GCB head of performance Tim Hancock He has been part of the county age group squads since the Under 11s and enjoyed a successful 2014 season with the Under 17s Despite not earning an Academy deal last summer he trained with the squad during the winter before earning a place through his early season form James said his performances in the Under 17s and the opportunity to train alongside the Gloucestershire professional squad have both been big factors in his recent development He said I made runs most years in junior county cricket without ever going big The Under 17s

    Original URL path: http://www.gloscricket.co.uk/bracey-and-currill-join-glos-academy/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Hankins called up for England Development Squad | Gloucestershire Cricket
    on July 30 and 31 as part of their warm up for the Under 19 Ashes George pictured flanked by Academy players James Bracey left and Patrick Grieshaber right has been picked after a stellar few months that has seen him cement his place in the 2 nd XI and break the record for most runs in a season at Millfield School The right hander finished the school season with 1202 runs over 205 more than the previous record holder Kent batsman Daniel Bell Drummond who took to Twitter to congratulate George on his feat Academy coach Owen Dawkins said We are delighted for George that he has been recognised for his performances this year He came into our Academy last year after doing big things in the Gloucestershire Under 17s and has continue to develop and improve We are really pleased with the young talent we have coming through our system and it is great that our players are getting opportunities within the England set up George who also bowls off spin has been opening for the 2 nd XI in one day cricket and has made scores of 90 v Kent and 80 v Papua New Guinea in the shorter forms of the game He was named Gloucestershire Under 17s player of the year last season after scoring 355 in five innings and captaining the side He will face an Australia Under 19 squad coached by former England batsman Graeme Hick and including Tom Healy the son of ex Aussie wicketkeeper Ian George names another Australian legend former captain Ricky Ponting as his cricketing hero and says his ambition is to represent Gloucestershire and England at full level GCCC Cheltenham North Cotswolds Region Festival Draw 2015 Howell wants to help Glos challenge for trophies after signing new contract

    Original URL path: http://www.gloscricket.co.uk/13509/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Gloucestershire honour Brown after record-breaking 365 not out | Gloucestershire Cricket
    league match in the country this season It goes without saying that the innings is a personal best along with a record for 131 year old St Stephens and in the Gloucestershire County League According to cricket website ESPNcricinfo it is the fourth highest individual score in limited overs history at any level In total Aaron walloped 24 fours and 36 maximums to help his side amass 456 6 from their 40 overs It was the fifth century of his career and comfortably surpassed his previous best of 122 He said It was one of those days when everything I tried kept coming off Once I got to 150 I started thinking about the individual record at the club which I knew was 183 and after that I wanted to bat for as long as I could To watch a video interview with Aaron click below Aaron admitted the boundaries were reasonably short while he was missed off a skyer it went really high the fielder underneath it ended up tripping over and also gave a couple of half chances The ball was disappearing over the boundary with such regularity that six balls were used in rotation while Saints stationed one of their own players in an adjacent field for the last hour to help with the retrieving and to save time Aaron shared a stand of 186 for the fifth wicket with Wes Green whose contribution was 12 The great majority of his runs came on the legside Aaaron added The wicketkeeper said to me at one point you haven t hit a six yet over cover so I did that next ball After all his exertions Aaron might have thought he could take it easy in the second half of the game by standing quietly at slip But

    Original URL path: http://www.gloscricket.co.uk/gloucestershire-honour-brown-after-record-breaking-365-not-out/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Jones, Dent & Franklin to take on club all star team in Festival finale | Gloucestershire Cricket
    to umpire the match The match which will bring down the curtain on this year s Festival will start at 2pm with entry just 5 for adults and free for under 16s It is the showpiece of a day of activities that includes a coaching session for juniors from local clubs in the morning and live music and a hog roast after the game The club team which has been selected by Gloucestershire Cricket Board chief executive Steve Silk includes players from 10 different clubs A number of them took part in a ten over a side tournament at the College Ground last year The side will be captained by Thornbury CC s Richard Trotman and includes Gloucestershire Academy player James Bracey Bristol and county under 17 Benny Ellis Lechlade For the full team see below Steve said The aim was to have one player from each of the top Gloucestershire affiliated clubs We hope people from across the county will come along and support the event As well as Dent Franklin and 2005 Ashes winner Jones Hamish Marshall s XI includes former Glos stars Mike Smith and Tim Hancock and current professionals Jack Taylor and Kieran Noema Barnett Some of these players will join Hamish for the coaching session in the morning which will feature under 10s fro m Cirencester Corse and Staunton Chipping Campden Dumbleton Charlton Kings Winterbourne Minchinhampton and North Cotswold Young Cricketers Gloucestershire Club XI Richard Trotman Captain Thornbury Matt Jackson Downend Chris Willoughby Rockhampton James Bracey Keeper Bristol Benny Ellis Lechlade Mike Kelly Cheltenham Will Tyler Rockhampton Leigh Iles Brislington Ryan Adams Bishopston Mike Donaldson Frenchay Jack Cowles Gloucester City Winget Hamish Marshall XI Still to be finalised but is expected to include Geraint Jones James Franklin Alex Gidman Mike Smith Tim Hancock Chris Dent

    Original URL path: http://www.gloscricket.co.uk/jones-dent-franklin-to-take-on-club-all-star-team-in-festival-finale/ (2016-02-12)
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