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  • Gloucestershire v Somerset | Gloucestershire Cricket
    bowlers something to work with After conceding 67 in the last 5 overs Gloucestershire knew a good start was essential if they were to record a third successive win Groenewald s early spell was miserly conceding only nine runs in six overs and while openers Dent and Klinger capitalised on some loose deliveries from Gregory the all rounder helped split the partnership by taking a low catch at short fine leg to dismiss Dent off Groenewald for 16 The situation then appeared tailor made for Klinger who so often this season has been at the core of Gloucestershire wins in one day cricket The question was not only could he deliver again but also could the rest of the batting contribute enough runs around him to secure victory The answer was to be yes on both counts although Gareth Roderick didn t last long caught in his crease by left arm spinner Jack Leach and trapped lbw for 1 Klinger s first sign of aggression was to lift Leach to long on for six and after using his feet with minimal success against the slow left armer Geraint Jones then also cleared the rope The run rate was picking up so it seemed somewhat unnecessary when Jones raised his head to a ball from Allenby and was bowled for 22 Accumulation remained Klinger s approach as he passed fifty off 73 balls with four fours and a six and little was given away by leg spinner Waller or Trego until Benny Howell in at number five pulled Trego over mid wicket for another maximum The pair added exactly 50 before Howell who had made 24 was lbw to Waller with 14 overs remaining and 109 runs still needed Another new batsman put greater emphasis on Klinger who promptly struck three sixes in quick succession one off Trego and two in an over off Groenewald one of them clearing the apartments and ending up in the car park behind Kieran Noema Barnett however wasn t to be outdone After limited chances to bat in the T20 competition he took a liking to the Somerset spinners striking Leach and Waller for six and benefitting from a bad miss in the deep by Adam Hose who not only spilled a catch but also saw the ball go over the boundary Unsurprisingly the crowd got to their feet when Klinger reached his fourth one day century of the summer in the 42nd over off 123 balls but the result was far from a formality especially when the Australian found the hands of Allenby at cover off Groenewald having made 107 Five overs and three balls remained and 43 runs were still required for victory Inevitably given what had happened in the previous two matches the finale was frenetic Noema Barnett was caught at deep backward square leg for 34 31 runs were needed off the last three overs and 23 off the last two Only when Jack Taylor the hero against Derbyshire last Wednesday

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  • Worcestershire v Gloucestershire | Gloucestershire Cricket
    Smith and Jack Taylor were among those on the receiving end when Clarke made an unbeaten 201 in a second team fixture at Cheltenham College Tickets for Gloucestershire s final home Royal London One Day Cup group match against Surrey on Tuesday 18 august are now on sale click here to purchase This was the innings which got him into the LV County Championship and last weekend brought a new experience with promotion to the 50 over side Again he was a quick learner recovering from a duck on debut before registering a first 50 against Surrey and now a first hundred in successive days There was a mixture of everything in his batting authority confidence style and at the end a glimpse of power in a 6 6 4 assault on Howell in the final over giving him 10 fours and three sixes from 109 balls It was not that Gloucestershire bowled badly With Worcestershire missing their captain Daryl Mitchell with a hamstring injury David Payne dismissed the new opening pair Tom Kohler Cadmore and Richard Oliver before a light shower reduced the overs Howell was next to strike bowling Tom Fell for 21 and Smith s left arm spin brought two wickets as D Oliveira 22 and Whitley 33 attempted to pick up the pace Whiteley shared in a fifth wicket stand of 87 and from then on it was all about Clarke as he kicked on from a hundred in 97 balls Richard Dawson Gloucestershire s head coach said It was a decent win obviously The top four batted beautifully and I thought we bowled especially well From a performance point of view to keep them to 264 in the conditions with a short boundary I thought it was outstanding We could have finished it off a bit easier than we did but we got over the line We re playing some good cricket that s what has got us to this point Steve Rhodes Worcestershire s director of cricket said I thought it was a tremendous effort from Joe Clarke to get his highest score in List A cricket For a first century it was brilliant For a young kid he shows a lot of promise for the future I m excited by his qualities First and foremost with his batting we are really pleased with him doing as well as he did Scorecard Gloucestershire won the toss and elected to bowl Worcestershire Richard Oliver Tom Kohler Cadmore Thomas Fell Joseph Clarke Brett D Oliveira Ross Whiteley Oliver Cox Joseph Leach Edward Barnard Charles Morris Saeed Ajmal Gloucestershire Christopher Dent William Tavare Gareth Roderick Geraint Jones Benny Howell Kieran Noema Barnett Jack Taylor James Fuller Tom Smith Craig Miles David Payne Worcestershire 264 8 Gloucestershire 265 6 Gloucestershire win by 4 wickets D L Method Worcestershire How out Runs Minutes Balls 4s 6s Tom Kohler Cadmore Caught Gareth Roderick Bowled David Payne 7 16 15 1 0 Richard Oliver Bowled David Payne 14 34 21 2

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  • Glamorgan v Gloucestershire | Gloucestershire Cricket
    balls with 11 fours and one six before he fell leg before to Michael Hogan Howell who was dropped from a straightforward chance to Andrew Salter at cover off Hogan on 12 played a patient innings for his 67 and did much to keep Gloucestershire in contention Glamorgan had added a further 26 runs to their overnight score before they were all out a run short of a third batting point but Salter failed to add to his overnight score of 73 when he sliced to second slip in the opening over off the bowling of David Payne In reply Gloucestershire soon lost Chris Dent who played on to Craig Meschede but Gareth Roderick counter attacked effectively striking Meschede for three consecutive fours before edging Graham Wagg to slip in the following over Will Tavare was the next to go when he prodded to short leg off Salter s off spin but Howell and Marshall made sure there would be no further alarms with a partnership that lasted 33 overs Apart from Hogan the Glamorgan bowlers were not at their best in the afternoon session and it was Hogan who broke the stand by trapping Marshall leg before and five runs later Howell also departed when a rash stroke outside the off stump ended up in Wallace s gloves Glamorgan were handicapped by an injury to Wagg who left the field after bowling two balls of his thirteenth over but the left arm seamer did return and hopes to resume bowling on the third day Meschede took his third wicket when Noema Barnett was caught at slip but was then punished by Jack Taylor who drove him for three fours in an over Glamorgan could have taken the new ball with 8 overs remaining but opted to wait for the morning and hope that Wagg is fit With the last ball of the day Taylor survived an appeal for a catch at second slip off Hogan but the umpires ruled that the ball had not carried Day 1 Although Gloucestershire were without some of their leading players their bowlers made Glamorgan work hard for their runs in the first day of the Swansea Cricket Festival at the St Helen s ground They were indebted to their captain Jacques Rudolph who batted for three balls short of fifty overs for his 68 and the young all rounder Andrew Salter who has scored 73 not out and has guided Glamorgan to two batting points Apart from them no one else could master an accurate attack on a pitch which offered some seam movement and also turned albeit slowly for the spinners The Glamorgan total of 271 for 8 could prove to be an advantage as the St Helen s pitch has always offered generous turn throughout with the home team including three spinners After electing to bat first Gloucestershire soon made inroads by dismissing Will Bragg in the first over when a leading edge was caught at mid off Rudolph and Colin

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  • Northamptonshire v Gloucestershire | Gloucestershire Cricket
    balls to leave Northants a paltry victory target An opening stand of 80 between Cobb and David Willey got the chase off to a solid start Several moments of fortune including Cobb being dropped by Dent at second slip on 16 aided their progress Howell made the breakthrough trapping Willey in front for 41 although Cobb went to a second half century in the competition from 68 balls But trying to find the shortest boundary on the ground in Miles Hammond s first over the opener picked out deep midwicket Cobb was the second wicket in a collapse of three for six Before Cobb s dismissal there were two caught and bowled dismissals for off spinner Jack Taylor First Ben Duckett and then Rob Keogh for a fourth ball duck After 111 for one became 170 for six when Crook gifted Hammond a wicket Wakely was on hand to steer his side home a straight six off Dent the pick of his strokes in a unbeaten 31 He and Kyle Coetzer playing for the first time in the competition this season added an unbroken 47 for the seventh wicket to settle any nerves I had a bit of luck because it was my birthday Cobb said But we ve made it hard in the last two games with the bat and we ve spoke about taking the chance if we get another in what is effectively a final at Headingley James Fuller s opening spell was one of the best we ve faced in a long time and to come through that was a great effort But we ve bowled really well Olly Stone bowled with real pace and Steven Crook was excellent again the bowlers did the hard work for us Gloucestershire coach Richard Dawson We didn t start the game with a bang We did well get our innings back but then another mistake cost us It s easy to see where we messed up We weren t at the races really The first 10 overs with the ball we did well and could have taken couple of wickets but we didn t nail the first half with the bat Scorecard Gloucestershire won the toss and elected to bat Northamptonshire Joshua Cobb David Willey Richard Levi Ben Duckett Alex Wakely Robert Keogh Steven Crook Kyle Coetzer Rory Kleinveldt Oliver Stone Mohammad Azharullah Gloucestershire Christopher Dent William Tavare Gareth Roderick Geraint Jones Benny Howell Kieran Noema Barnett Jack Taylor James Fuller Miles Hammond Craig Miles David Payne Gloucestershire 215 all out Northamptonshire 217 6 Northamptonshire win by 4 wickets Gloucestershire How out Runs Minutes Balls 4s 6s William Tavare L B W Oli Stone 13 29 22 2 0 Chris Dent Bowled Rory Kleinveldt 0 11 5 0 0 Gareth Roderick Run Out Ben Duckett 57 102 71 9 1 Geraint Jones Bowled Oli Stone 0 2 2 0 0 Benny Howell Caught David Willey Bowled Rory Kleinveldt 80 179 113 7 0 Kieran Noema Barnett Caught Ben Duckett

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  • Gloucestershire v Surrey | Gloucestershire Cricket
    added 92 in 15 overs Burns soon followed having got to 95 with a minimum of fuss he tried to reach his first one day hundred in the grand manner with a six off Benny Howell only to be caught on the long on boundary by Will Tavare Such a double breakthrough would have checked the run rate of other teams but Surrey s batting is deep and although Burke made only 11 wicket keeper Gary Wilson accumulated a brisk 37 being bowled by Howell off the last ball of the innings 291 8 was still a good score and a challenging target Gloucestershire s reply set off at an even pace although is was Chris Dent who dominated the scoring He set the tone by cutting Dernbach past point and then collected two further boundaries off the same bowler in his opening spell Will Tavare had made only eight when he edged Tom Curran to keeper Wilson who was to end the day with five catches Gareth Roderick played a couple of lovely cover drives before he went the same way for 19 and when Geraint Jones chopped Gareth Batty to Roy at point Gloucestershire were 83 3 in the 15th over At that stage Chris Dent looked the most likely anchor for the innings and he was within a single of his first one day fifty of the summer when he steered James Burke straight to Burns at backward point Neither Noema Barnett 11 or Jack Taylor 14 gave much ballast to the innings and when James Fuller joined Benny Howell Gloucestershire were 137 6 and on Duckworth Lewis a long way behind in the game Howell however had made 80 at Northampton 24 hours earlier and by using the pace of the ball and some common sense he and Fuller they were able to add 90 in 16 overs Fuller showed some invention to reach a best List A score of 45 scooping Burke over keeper Wilson and being confident enough to pull Sam Curran through mid wicket for four before playing across a straight one from the same bowler Critically with eight overs left Howell was out just six balls later striking six boundaries in 77 ball innings of 60 before being caught behind trying to lift Dernbach over keeper Wilson It was then left largely to Tom Smith to pull off an unlikely victory and with the aid of a couple of boundaries he and Liam Norwell reached the start of the last over with 22 needed after David Payne also edged Dernbach to Wilson The first two balls went for four but Smith then lost the strike and Tom Curran gave Surrey victory by bowling Norwell to finish with four wickets as Gloucestershire were dismissed for 279 Despite the result both teams qualify for the Royal London Cup quarter finals with home ties Before that however the teams meet again with important Championship points at stake in a four day game starting at the

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  • Gloucestershire v Surrey | Gloucestershire Cricket
    and the umpires decided to take the players off Ben Foakes had carried his bat throughout the day making 138 with eighteen fours and it had been a day of toil for the Gloucestershire attack on a flat wicket The question now is how Surrey tactically approach things with two rain disrupted days forecast for Sunday and Monday Day 1 A topsy turvy day at the Bristol County Ground finished with Gloucestershire taking two late wickets to check a strong start by Surrey s openers in the final 90 minutes play on day one of this LV County Championship fixture At the close Surrey were 74 2 in reply to Gloucestershire s first innings total of 233 The two Gloucestershire batsmen to trouble the Surrey seam attack the most both played positively in different ways Gareth Roderick s 71 showed in orthodox fashion that conditions were not exclusively bowler friendly while James Fuller s 48 was made with some brazen aggression as the ball got older Tom Smith shared two half century stands with Fuller and David Payne before running out of partners as Surrey s Tom Curran finished with 6 61 Listen to Gareth Roderick s thoughts on the day here It was overcast and muggy when Surrey captain Gareth Batty won the toss and decided to bowl first and four wickets had gone with barely an hour played as the Curran brothers both made the new ball move off the pitch Their first breakthrough came with the seventh ball of the match Will Tavare being trapped in his crease by Sam Curran s brisk left arm medium pace Curran did also offer up some loose deliveries which Roderick in particular was quick to punish but Chris Dent then went to leave a ball outside the off stump only to find it came back clipped the bottom of his bat and knocked back his off stump With the pitch a long way across the square away from the Mound stand the shorter boundary proved profitable for Roderick who picked off three boundaries in James Burke s first over while at the pavilion end a long and economical spell for Tom Curran finally brought reward as he cleaned bowled the fit again Hamish Marshall without scoring and also removed Benny Howell who edged a routine catch to Jason Roy at second slip When Kieran Noema Barnett walked out at 63 4 Roderick had made 43 by punishing the bad ball and scoring almost exclusively against the bowling from the Ashley Down Road end His fifty which contained nine fours and came off 57 balls contained only five runs off Tom Curran As lunch approach the frenetic start had subsided to a period of relative calm as Roderick and the patient Noema Barnett tried to build a stand of some substance Noema Barnett in particular showed commendable patience and at the interval Gloucestershire had reached 103 4 with Roderick s share a hugely important 68 although even he could not survive

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  • Semi final secured by spirited run chase | Gloucestershire Cricket
    to the left of Gareth Roderick off Fuller By that stage Adams had found an ideal partner in Will Smith who attacked in aggressive style the pair adding 71 in only 5 3 overs with David Payne taking the brunt of the punishment Three chances went down and in the end the stand was broken by a run out Adams taking on James Fuller s arm and coming second having made 97 off 99 balls When Smith was caught by Marshall off the final delivery of the Hampshire innings he had contributed a quick fire fifty from only 25 deliveries with seven fours and a six The common consent during the break was that if Gloucestershire were to win Michael Klinger would have a big role to play He was dropped before he d scored by Jimmy Adams and it was prove an expensive error For three quarters of the Gloucestershire run chase Klinger dominated the scoreboard to such an extent that extras were the next highest score The skiddy Fidel Edwards removed Chris Dent for four and when Hampshire skipper James Vince brought on Liam Dawson for the first time Gareth Roderick tried to use his feet to attack the spinner and was bowled for 12 The strike was not being rotated as consistently as during the Hampshire innings and Gareth Berg s first four overs cost only ten runs Klinger would have hoped for some meaningful support from Marshall and Howell but both made only nine and when Geraint Jones walked out at number six Klinger had made 54 out of a score of 104 4 and fewer than 14 overs remained Together their experience then proved of huge value In fluctuating light both tried to attack the shorter boundaries both on the leg side and towards the apartments Klinger dispatched Berg for a straight six and Jones passed extras as the second highest contributor by working Liam Dawson over extra cover but Gloucestershire still needed an over or two where they scored heavily The previously economical Berg did concede three boundaries in one over but with rain falling Klinger s beautifully paced innings was halted by Arafat who had the Australian caught at mid wicket for 87 made off 81 balls with ten fours and a six Clearly frustrated with himself Klinger s emotion turned full circle within half an hour as the incoming Jack Taylor played the sort of innings which has been his trademark this season With 51 runs needed from the last five overs Taylor took three fours off an over from Fidel Edwards one standing outside off stump and then smashed two sixes and a four off successive balls in the next bowed by Arafat He d made 34 from only 17 balls when Arafat picked up his third wicket but it was then 11 to win off 11 balls and Geraint Jones finished matters in the grand manner hitting Arafat for six to secure a four wicket win with one over to

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  • Leicestershire v Gloucestershire | Gloucestershire Cricket
    number Will Tavare in the gully for 12 Niall O Brien also went quickly edging a Payne out swinger to wicket keeper Gareth Roderick but all rounder Wayne White with 19 from 20 deliveries joined Ali in taking the Foxes through to the break without further loss After a heavy lunchtime shower had caused the resumption to be delayed by just under an hour White and Ali extended their seventh wicket partnership to 56 before White inside edged a catch behind off the bowling of Norwell for 38 Clint McKay then hit five boundaries in a run a ball 29 before edging an attempted drive at Norwell and being caught at second slip but Ali continued to bat patiently before accelerating once he had passed 50 A maiden century looked to be on the cards until he skied an attempt to hit Marshall back over his head and was caught by Norwell at mid on Ben Raine s hard hitting 51 saw the Foxes past 400 but Will Tavare and Chris Dent saw Gloucestershire through to the close without losing a wicket Gloucestershire head coach Richard Dawson said he was pleased with the way his bowlers stuck at the task especially as there has been some sickness in the camp with Jack Taylor unable to take the field Hamish Marshall rolled back the years and it s now up our batsman to bat as well as Leicestershire did in difficult conditions he said DAY 1 Leicestershire opener Angus Robson scored his seventh half century of the season on a rain shortened first day of the championship match against Gloucestershire at Grace Road Heavy overnight rain left the outfield unfit for play until 12 40pm after an early lunch had been taken Will Tavare captaining Gloucestershire in the absence of Michael Klinger who has returned to Australia though Klinger has confirmed he will return for his county s Royal London One Day Cup semi final against Yorkshire at Headingley this Sunday decided to field first after the winning the toss but opening bowlers James Fuller and David Payne found less response from a greenish pitch than they must have hoped for Robson and Ned Eckersley were able to score at a steady four an over until after 11 overs rain forced another break The loss of the morning session had seen 16 overs taken from the day s allocation of 96 and another heavy shower caused another 32 to be lost before it was possible to resume Gloucestershire s seamers bowled with more accuracy on the resumption but Liam Norwell coming down the hill from the Bennett End was fortunate to pick up the wicket of Eckersley who turned a leg side long hop straight into the hands of Kieran Noema Barnett at square leg Robson batting with patience and discipline went to his 50 off 119 balls but the persevering Norwell found the edge of his bat with an out swinger on 61 and Gareth Roderick held a straightforward catch

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