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  • Edwards urges fans to fill the Bristol County Ground for Women’s Ashes Clash (with video) | Gloucestershire Cricket
    to Worcester on the 26 th Those first few games are really crucial not only are they part of the Ashes but they also part of the ICC Women s Championship so it s double bubble We are really spurred on by home support and hopefully Bristol can turn out for us on the 23 rd Unlike the men s Ashes the women s series is decided on the total points accrued across all three formats of the game three One Day matches one Test and three T20s England triumphed 10 8 in Australia in 2014 and Edwards is predicting another close encounter this time around Along with team mates Sarah Taylor and Heather Knight a former Gloucestershire Academy graduate Edwards played in the Australian domestic competitions last winter and she is hoping this will stand them in good stead She said We ve learnt lots about them and they ve probably learnt lots about us The great thing about the two teams is that they are very evenly matched It s going to come down to who performs best on the day what key players stand up and who delivers the basics the best at the time That s what makes it really exciting Edwards has picked out Australia s Meg Lanning and Elyse Perry as opposition players to watch out at the Bristol County Ground while backing England batsman Knight and Lancashire seamer Kate Cross to star for the home side The England captain visited the home of Gloucestershire Cricket in May with team mates Lydia Greenway and Tammy Beaumont to run a coaching day for more than 80 of ttthe county saspiring female players And she says she is looking forward to returning on July 23 She said It is great to be back playing here with

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  • Exiles’ Day at the Brewin Dolphin Cheltenham Cricket Festival | Gloucestershire Cricket
    News Exiles Day at the Brewin Dolphin Cheltenham Cricket Festival Posted on 1 July 2015 Join us and watch the first day of the LV CC game against Leicestershire from our own marquee July 15 Exiles friends and guests particularly welcome Expect cricketing guests to drop by too for a chat and you can bid for our silent auction items of cricket memorabilia It s a lovely friendly occasion watch the game and also a enjoy morning coffee a wonderful lunch and afternoon tea all included in the ticket price of 34 00 There will also be a pay bar The function will take place irrespective of the weather or state of play To buy your tickets please contact Ian Herdman on 01635 42284 or email ianaherdman yahoo co uk by Sunday 5th July Festival car parking Glos suffer agonising last ball defeat to Surrey in T20 Blast 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

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  • 250 more pupils inspired at second Glos Cricket schools day (with video & photos) | Gloucestershire Cricket
    a professional cricketer before taking to the outfield during the interval to test their catching skills During the day the pupils found out how fast they could bowl in the inflatable bowling cage and rotated through coaching stations designed to develop all aspects of the game from batting to fielding They were also given a workbook full of cricket related tasks and had the chance to get Hamish s autograph The event which was run by the GCB in partnership with Gloucestershire Cricket is supported by the GCB s education partners Chance to Shine It was the second of four this season two at the Bristol County Ground and two at the Brewin Dolphin Cheltenham Festival More than 550 children have taken part so far this year with the overall number expected to top 1000 The schools who attended on June 23 were from Bristol unless stated St Michael s C of E Winterbourne St Johns Academy Coleford Christ the King West Town Lane Academy Stoke Park St Helen s Alveston The Manor Coalpit Heath Glenfrome Mangotsfield and Ashley Down Federation Some of these are among the 200 schools that are visited by GCB coaches each year resulting in around 10 000 pupils receiving coaching The schools days were supported by Gloucestershire s Cricketeers volunteers who help out at T20 Blast matches and major events The other Gloucestershire Cricket schools days take place on July 9 and 15 at the Brewin Dolphin Cheltenham Festival See below for a gallery of photos from the day Gloucestershire v Essex LVCC County Ground Bristol 23 6 15 Pic by Martin Bennett Gloucestershire v Essex LVCC County Ground Bristol 23 6 15 Pic by Martin Bennett Gloucestershire v Essex LVCC County Ground Bristol 23 6 15 Pic by Martin Bennett Gloucestershire v Essex LVCC

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  • Glos stars support primary schools Kwik Cricket finals day (with video) | Gloucestershire Cricket
    was growing up in South Africa and I am jealous that I wasn t brought up here so I could experience something like this The kids certainly seem to have been watching what s been going on at international level as I have seen a lot of bombs hit over the boundary which bodes well for the future Christchurch Downend continued their dominance in the competition after beating Henleaze Juniors in the final for the second year in a row Hanham Abbotts were also victorious pipping Bishops Cleeve to the girls title by just three runs in a dramatic end to finals day at Cheltenham College Christchurch Downend s victory means they have now won at least one of the two competitions every year in the last decade The winners will go on to compete in the South West regional finals at Clifton College on July 16 In total 240 children from 24 teams 16 in the open competition for boys and girls and eight in the girls took to the famous College Ground after winning one of 23 local festivals A record 257 teams took part in the district rounds resulting in more than 2500 pupils getting the chance to test their skills in a competitive environment Chris Munden projects and programmes manager at the Gloucestershire Cricket Board who organise the event said Year on year the Kwik Cricket festivals give an opportunity for school pupils to have a fun and competitive cricket experience Thanks to support from the Chance to Shine charity and our education partner Mezze Restaurants we have been able to expand our coaching programme and the competition is a great advert for the effect it is having with a record number of schools involved Competitions like this are vital in helping us achieve our goal of getting more people playing cricket more often as they bring the game to life and provide a wonderful stage for youngsters to showcase their skills The finalists were made up of 21 different schools from across the county for a full list see below Teams were put into groups of four with the winners going through to contest the semi finals in the open tournament and the top two in the girls Hanham Abbotts and Crossways made it through to the last four of the open competition while Cam Everlands and St Mary s RC Primary just missed out on reaching the final of the girls tournament The event was boosted by students from Cheltenham College who helped umpire and score on the day Next up for Gloucestershire s schools is the Year 3 and 4 Kwik Cricket competition which starts this week It is made up of 10 local festivals culminating in a finals day at Wycliffe College on July 8 Open Competition Winners Christchurch Downend Runners Up Henleaze Group winners beaten semi finalists Crossways Hanham Abbots Group runners up Elmbridge Cam Hopton Highnam Tirlebrook Cam Hopton Group third placed Elmlea Bourton on the Water Warden Hill Great

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  • Community News | Gloucestershire Cricket | Page 2
    County Needs You Gloucestershire County Cricket Club s Floodlight Planning Application is due to be heard by the City Council s Planning Committee at a meeting to be held on Wednesday 29 April This will Continue reading 22 April 2015 Alex s England dream a step closer after Sri Lanka tour selection Gloucestershire allrounder Alex Macdonald has been called up to take part in a specialist batting and spin bowling camp in Sri Lanka alongside a host of established England internationals The Continue reading 20 April 2015 Next generation join players and coaches at annual media day with photo gallery Gloucestershire s players posed for the first official team photo in their eye catching new T20 kit the club s annual media day For the first time the squad will be wearing purple and Continue reading 14 April 2015 Calling all Exiles Meet the players this summer Take a look at the two events coming up for the Gloucestershire Exiles which includes a Meet The Players evening and also the Exiles Day at the Brewin Dolphin Cheltenham Continue reading 14 April 2015 Players lend a helping hand at record breaking NatWest CricketForce event Gloucestershire s players helped clubs get set for the 2015 season by taking part in a record breaking NatWest CricketForce weekend A total of 73 clubs from across the county up 26 from Continue reading 2 April 2015 Glos players help raise 4k for youth cricket at GCB golf day The Gloucestershire Cricket Board s schools and performance programmes have been given a major boost after more than 4000 was raised at its annual Golf Day The money will be spent Continue reading 24 March 2015 Community event at the Bristol Pavilion Tomorrow a debate is being broadcast on radio live from the Bristol County Ground looking at the impact City Devolution could have on our community More than 90 of Bristol s Continue reading 11 March 2015 Volunteer with Gloucestershire Cricket this summer at big events including The Women s Ashes and Madness Gloucestershire Cricket is looking for enthusiastic people to become Cricketeers and join their expanding team of volunteers to help put on an unforgettable summer of sport in Bristol and at Continue reading 2 March 2015 GCCC Heritage Trust Update It is now some time since I gave you a situation report on progress towards the establishment of the proposed Gloucestershire Cricket Museum and Learning Centre The last year has Continue reading 25 February 2015 COTSWOLDS NORTH WILTSHIRE REGION AGM The Region s Annual General Meeting will be held at The Moonrakers Cricklade Road Swindon SN2 5AA Thursday 05 March 2015 at 7 00pm All members and club supporters from the region Continue reading 18 February 2015 Cheltenham North Cotswolds AGM GCCC Cheltenham North Cotswolds AGM to be held at The New Club Montpellier Parade Cheltenham GHL50 1UD on Thursday 26th February 2015 at 6 30pm Special Guest Will Brown Chief Continue reading 6 February 2015 Herring and Montgomery open Howzat for Healthy s

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  • Gloucestershire v Cardiff MCCU | Gloucestershire Cricket
    Roderick completed as comfortable a century as he will compile all summer shortly after tea off 135 balls with ten fours and a six at which point Geraint Jones decided there was little point in resting his bowlers any longer Ian Cockbain s share of an unbroken stand of 152 with Roderick was 62 Payne and Fuller once again shared the new ball but without the success of earlier in the day It was Miles who broke the opening stand Gareth Roderick taking a leg side catch to remove Norris for 32 and Norwell spread eagled skipper George s stumps for 14 before the umpires called off play 15 minutes early for bad light Cardiff MCCU will resume on 59 2 needing a further 404 for victory At the close centurion Gareth Roderick told the club website I was in the nets yesterday after I got out because I haven t had a lot of match practice due to a finger injury which has kept me out of a few of the warm up games I didn t feel very good at Worcester a couple of weeks ago so it was good to spend some time in the middle and today has put me in a good frame of mind for the season Roderick was more self critical about his glove work I ve not really kept since last season and I felt a bit rusty but it was important to rest the fingers at the time The key was to get some confidence and feel that I m moving well I was disappointed with the one chance I dropped but I m getting closer to the sharpness I ll need for the weekend Bowling wise we want to put together and execute plans this season where we hunt in packs this season As the ball got a bit older the boys started bowling some heavy balls so it was good see them find some rhythm Play resumes at 11 00 on Thursday Admission is free Day 1 The sprinkling of spectators at the County Ground today saw in half an hour that Peter Handscomb will be a man to watch when he comes to the crease this summer Having observed Will Tavare and Chris Dent add 94 for the first wicket at a run a minute Handscomb showed immediately that it was he who was going to dictate the pace of the play Aiming to score off virtually every ball the Victorian right hander frequently used his feet in making a brisk 32 out of a stand of 49 with Tavare aided by some sharp running between the wickets before clipping off spinner Rouse to short mid wicket in the penultimate over before lunch Skipper Geraint Jones lost the toss but the Cardiff MCCU bowlers extracted minimal life from a docile Bristol wicket All Gloucestershire s top six got starts and while only three converted them into half centuries it was a useful work out in sunny conditions Openers Tavare and Dent were untroubled in the first hour the latter starting slowly but aided by two boundaries in one Griffiths over he reached his fifty off 76 balls with nine fours before appearing to misjudge the line of a ball from the same bowler Tavare picked up his own innings after a lull when he was joined by Handscomb and reached his own half century off 96 balls with eight boundaries Gloucestershire were 144 2 at lunch and the serene progress continued after the resumption Roderick batting at number four clearing the rope towards the pavilion during a long spell from off spinner Bull Tavare accumulated his runs steadily with only a solitary boundary and a six after lunch until on 93 he played all round a good length ball from Leverock His 133 ball stay at the crease was encouraging ahead of the new Championship season Tavare and Roderick added 65 and in the next over Roderick also departed Bull luring the wicketkeeper into a mistimed shot that saw him caught at short mid wicket The double breakthrough was little more than a blip however as skipper Geraint Jones who revealed he would have bowled had he won the toss joined Ian Cockbain and gradually eased themselves into scoring as comfortably as those before them Neither appeared in any trouble until ten minutes before tea when Cockbain on 39 was given out caught down the leg side off medium pacer Griffiths who had relieved Bull following a 16 over stint for the off spinner in the afternoon session Howell hit the first ball from Rouse after tea over long on for 6 but was soon on his way caught in the slips off Westphal in the over where the visitors took the new ball It was James Fuller who then added his own aggressive tone to proceedings twice lofting Leverock over the sight screen and against the metal balconies of the flats beyond He was heading towards the fastest fifty of the day before captain Geraint Jones who had himself made an unbeaten 72 in 98 balls decided he would like 45 minutes bowling at the visitors before the close and it was Fuller who made the one breakthrough removing Jake George with the aid of a catch at short leg by Will Tavare At stumps Cardiff MCCU had reached 18 1 in reply to 377 6 declared Speaking exclusively to the website at the close Peter Handscomb said Getting to 30 today was a start but that s all it was Ideally you want to make a big score but I was just pleased to be out there The ground is in amazing nick and the ball races to the boundary so I m going to look forward to playing games here I like to try and use my feet to the spinners and hit through the field I scored at about a run a ball as I didn t face the faster bowlers much but I

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  • Northamptonshire v Gloucestershire | Gloucestershire Cricket
    Chris Dent playing several attractive drives to close 22 not out Richard Dawson was at a loss to explain his side s missed chances He said That first session was brilliant bowling everything we talked about The bowling was exceptional and we got those three early wickets Our squad is a good fielding unit but for some reason we put down chances Myself and Ian Harvey were sat there thinking why would this happen It s a good wicket it s certainly not an April wicket it s more like a July wicket We re going to have to get through the first hour tomorrow like they did today is pretty much the same Rob Keogh was pleased that his hard work paid off He said When I first went out it was very tough they came out very hard and it was a tough period but we got through it and now we re in a very good position to win the game I grafted hard and afternoon batting through two sessions it would ve been nice to get through to three figures But we got into into position and hopefully we can get our first win under our belts A win would give the boys a world of confidence and then we can really kick on from there Day 2 Three wickets in four balls from David Willey helped Northamptonshire to a healthy lead over Gloucestershire after day two of their LV County Championship Division Two match at Wantage Road By close on day two Northants were 68 for 2 in the second innings 105 in front The visitors lost their last four wickets for no runs to finish on 296 all out but that seemed scarcely possible when Geraint Jones pictured team moved serenely if cautiously through the morning Having resumed on 18 for no wicket Chris Dent and Will Tavare had little cause for alarm as both looked comfortable on a pitch which was expected to be best for batting on the second day Northamptonshire s bowlers were largely ineffective early on but Mohammed Azharullah was more probing in beating the bat It was the 31 year old Pakistani who induced Dent to edge behind to Rossington for 40 to end an opening partnership of 85 Four overs later he trapped Tavare LBW for 34 but at 112 for 2 at lunch Gloucestershire would have been the happier Runs flowed after the interval but Northants were more threatening with the ball in a closely fought afternoon When Azharullah yorked Gareth Roderick for an impressive 56 Alex Wakely s team looked set for a healthy first innings lead with Gloucestershire 185 for 5 But Jones in his first game as Gloucestershire captain counter attacked first with support from Kieran Noema Barnett and then from James Fuller Spectators may have been reminded of his exploits for England ten years ago in their famous Ashes win over Australia as several punches through the covers contributed to a valuable half century Jones and Fuller added 82 for the 7th wicket before Willey intervened via his second over with the second new ball First Fuller was caught in front of the crease LBW Two balls later Miles chipped to short mid wicket without scoring only to watch Liam Norwell s off stump clipped on the very next ball While Taylor survived the hat trick ball Jones was castled by Rory Kleinveldt for 80 in the next over meaning that Gloucestershire were all out for 296 four wickets having fallen for no runs in six balls Despite Miles removing Levi and Peters inside five balls Northamptonshire lead by 101 with eight wickets intact and they can thank Willey for his remarkable over which have put them in front at the halfway stage Day 1 95 from Adam Rossington helped Northamptonshire reach 333 all out and edge the opening day against Gloucestershire in the LV County Championship at Wantage Road The visitors had Craig Miles to thank for a career best 6 for 63 while Gareth Roderick s six catches equaled the Gloucestershire record for dismissals by a wicketkeeper in an innings When bad light halted play Gloucestershire were 18 without loss Put in by Geraint Jones in his first match as Gloucestershire captain Northamptonshire enjoyed a profitable opening hour although Stephen Peters was dropped in James Fuller s third over by Hamish Marshall Richard Levi showed the early dominance they enjoyed as he clipped Liam Norwell for two leg side sixes in his opening over The pair put on 59 for the first wicket until Levi edged to Roderick down the leg side off Miles first delivery for 29 Peters departed in the following over for 27 and when Rob Newton fell cheaply Northants had lost 3 wickets inside 26 balls for 5 runs New four day captain Alex Wakely and Rob Keogh steadied the innings to Northants at 89 for 3 at lunch In all they added 58 for the 4th wicket before New Zealander Kieran Noema Barnett removed Keogh for his first wicket in Gloucestershire colours Two more wickets soon followed Wakely for 31 and new recruit Josh Cobb for a second ball duck to leave Northants on 162 6 and the visitors on top But this was the point where Rossington and new vice captain David Willey threatened to take the game away from Gloucestershire In 12 overs before tea the pair blasted 82 runs with Rossington signed from Middlesex on a permanent deal in the winter particularly quick on anything short 2013 T20 final man of the match Willey began cautiously as if inspired by his new role but the England Lions all rounder quickened noticeably with 14 taken off one Norwell over Northants were 244 for 6 at tea and the pair threatened similar in the evening session Having added 127 for the 7th wicket Willey was caught behind for 62 off 57 balls and then Rossington was left five short off his third first class century

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  • Gloucestershire v Derbyshire | Gloucestershire Cricket
    2 How do you bowl to a man who scored a double century in a game at the World Cup It was a conundrum Gloucestershire couldn t fathom when faced with New Zealander Martin Guptill at the County Ground as Guptill smashed his way to a double century on a day when Gloucestershire again dropped several catches before Guptill really cut loose His hundred took 101 balls the second hundred only 64 It was a sobering day only softened by a second five wicket haul of his career by Matt Taylor Guptill s only chance was at 57 spilled by Geraint Jones at slip off Liam Norwell It was a second chance to be put down off the Cornishman and the second to be missed by the skipper who had juggled but failed to hold an edge by Slater off Fuller from the first ball of the day It didn t set a good tone and was one of three catches that were spurned before lunch the other two coming in the same Matt Taylor over Billy Godleman first edged through the hands of Chris Dent at second slip and then mistimed what could only be described as a swat to long leg where Liam Norwell couldn t gather the chance cleanly The two left handers were finally parted when in the 21st over of the day and their opening stand on 88 Godleman feathered a catch to Roderick off Norwell His sluggish retreat to the pavilion suggested he didn t think there was an edge Slater completed an obdurate half century off 114 balls shortly before lunch when Martin Guptill had breezily made his way to 17 The real acceleration however was still to come Latching onto anything loose after the interval Guptill was particularly severe on Craig Miles who conceded 36 runs in a four over burst and struck the first six of the match off Norwell with a lofty pull to the deep square leg boundary Norwell eventually got some reward for his toil as Dent clung on to a snick from Slater having batted for just shy of three hours for his 56 The muted celebrations reflected what had gone before As Guptill powered on dealing almost exclusively in boundaries especially straight and on the off side Matt Taylor s recall produced a double breakthrough at the other end He bowled Derbyshire skipper Madsen with his first ball and in his next over much to Geraint Jones relief the skipper safely pouched an edge to remove Wes Durston Guptill reached three figures with his 19th four driven off Miles when he returned for a new spell and by tea Derbyshire were within five runs of Gloucestershire s first innings total with six wickets still in hand Rain threatened to delay the resumption but play resumed in gloomy light and Gupthill and Thakor who had been an able foil for over an hour preceded to go into overdrive adding 90 in ten overs before the second new ball was due Thakor completed his half century off 89 balls and the pair had added 191 in 31 overs before Matt Taylor with the second new ball had Thakor caught behind for 83 and then trapped Alex Hughes LBW first ball Guptill however was taking the game away from Gloucestershire on his own He swept from 150 to 200 in only 18 deliveries with four more boundaries and a further five sixes By the time he scooped Matt Taylor to a retreating Handscomb at cover for 227 some pretty extensive damage had been done 182 of his runs had come in boundaries By stumps Derbyshire had reached 511 8 a lead of 236 with two days remaining Day 1 A day of what might have been at the Bristol County Ground as Gloucestershire threatened but never quite managed to stamp some real authority on a Derbyshire attack who wrestled the initiative their way in the final session Aided by the second new ball Derbyshire claimed the last six Gloucestershire wickets for only 48 runs to dismiss their hosts for 275 a much smaller total than looked likely in mid afternoon At stumps Derbyshire were 24 without loss Gloucestershire head coach Richard Dawson retained the same team that drew at Northampton in the opening round of games and scoring was brisk from the off as Chris Dent capitalized on Mark Footitt s struggles with line and length to crack four fours to the cover boundary during the left arm seamer s opening spell Tony Palladino was offering more control from the Ashley Down Road end and it was he who made the first breakthrough inducing an edge from Dent which was snapped up by wicketkeeper Harvey Hosein Gloucestershire skipper Geraint Jones admitted he also would have bowled first if he had won the toss but as the grey skies brightened so did Will Tavare s comfort against the visiting attack indeed the easy paced pitch allowed most of the top order to play anything short with some ease Tavare did survive one sharp chance to Martin Gupthill at third slip off Footitt when on 33 but he was within sight of a second Championship fifty of the season when he played a loose shot off Thakor ten minutes before lunch and was caught by Derbyshire skipper Madsen at first slip Tavare and Gareth Roderick had added 68 for the second wicket before being parted and it was a pattern that was to be mirrored throughout the day as Derbyshire checked a series of stands just as each of them looked dangerous Peter Handscomb had kept Roderick company until lunch but he had hardly settled afterwards when he was squared up by a ball from Taylor and lost his off stump It marked a phase where Derbyshire were able to gain an element of control having bowled only two maidens in the morning session Roderick however continued to impress He passed 50 in both innings at Northampton and drove stylishly here

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