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  • Middlesex v Gloucestershire | Gloucestershire Cricket
    been dropped on 13 and 19 was stumped as he went down the pitch to try to heave a ball from left arm spinner Ravi Patel into the Grandstand Patel then had Alex Gidman leg before wicket for 19 and Harris returned to bowl James Fuller for just one Benny Howell straight drove Toby Roland Jones for six and swung him for another maximum next ball but on 39 his bright effort ended with a skied catch to extra cover off the impressive Harris who finished with three for for 30 There were also two wickets for Roland Jones as Gloucestershire s late order swung with increasing desperation with Gareth Roderick going for 13 and Ed Young for 12 Malan was the only Middlesex batsman to get on top of some disciplined but largely unthreatening Gloucestershire bowling with slow left armer Young perhaps the pick of the attack with some clever variations of pace Paul Stirling fell to the first ball of the second over inside edging a drive into his stumps against Craig Miles but Malan added 51 in just under 10 overs with Joe Denly for the second wicket before Denly was caught at extra cover for 21 from a leading edge as he looked to force medium pacer Howell straight Morgan looked completely out of touch on a two paced pitch struggling through 45 balls for a mere 15 runs before lofting Miles over long on for six for what proved to be his only boundary On 22 and having been very much the junior partner in a stand of 65 with Malan he tried a big hit at Chris Dent s occasional left arm spin and skied to Klinger to end a curiously subdued innings from one of cricket s most destructive one day batsmen Neil Dexter did manage to increase the scoring rate with 20 from 21 balls helping Malan to put on a further 58 in eight overs for the fourth wicket but he then mishit to point trying to slash away a ball from left arm seamer David Payne Gareth Berg fell cheaply bowled for three by Fuller but Malan celebrated reaching his first YB40 century of the season by swinging Payne for six over the long deep midwicket boundary and in the final over of the innings from Fuller he added a second six to the same area With John Simpson also taking a four from Fuller s last over Middlesex s total was pushed above 200 Scorecard Middlesex won the toss and elected to bat Middlesex Dawid Malan Paul Stirling Joseph Denly Eoin Morgan Neil Dexter Gareth Berg John Simpson Tobias Roland Jones Ravi Patel James Harris Steven Finn Gloucestershire Michael Klinger Hamish Marshall Christopher Dent Ian Cockbain Alex Gidman Benny Howell Gareth Roderick James Fuller Edward Young David Payne Craig Miles Middlesex 206 5 Gloucestershire 186 9 Middlesex win by 19 runs D L Method Middlesex How out Runs Minutes Balls 4s 6s Paul Stirling Bowled Craig Miles 1 5

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  • Gloucestershire v Somerset | Gloucestershire Cricket
    who had struck two big sixes nicked a catch behind looking to pull a short delivery from Payne James Hildreth 34 and Buttler were content to largely milk singles in a stand of 71 off 12 2 overs which looked to have put Somerset in a strong position again But Smith had other ideas sending back Craig Meschede caught behind and Lewis Gregory who drove a catch to cover with the fifth and sixth balls of the 30 th over before completing the hat trick by bowling Piyush Chawla with the first delivery of the 32 nd Buttler was left in a difficult position as his team lost wickets in a cluster for the second time and left it until the last over to produce his trademark scoop shot off James Fuller to achieve his first six He hit only 4 fours in facing 71 balls Gloucestershire looked well in it as Klinger and Marshall put on 63 in less than ten overs before the latter drove a catch to long off to give Somerset s recent overseas signing Piyush Chawla one for 43 his first wicket for the county A key moment came when Chawla claimed a tumbling catch at short fine leg off Steve Kirby to dismiss Klinger who clearly felt the ball had bounced After the umpires had consulted he was sent on his way and it was 92 for two From then on the home side were always struggling to keep up with a run rate which grew steadily from 6 5 an over to reach ten by the last five overs The canny Thomas used a succession of slow bouncers to good effect and as Somerset s batsmen had found it was not a pitch conducive to hitting a lot of boundaries Scorecard Gloucestershire won the toss and elected to bowl Gloucestershire Michael Klinger Hamish Marshall Christopher Dent Alex Gidman Ian Cockbain Benny Howell Gareth Roderick James Fuller Tom Smith David Payne Craig Miles Somerset Craig Kieswetter Marcus Trescothick Nick Compton James Hildreth Joseph Buttler Lewis Gregory Craig Meschede Alfonso Thomas Piyush Chawla Jamie Overton Steven Kirby Somerset 258 9 Gloucestershire 246 7 Somerset win by 12 runs Somerset How out Runs Minutes Balls 4s 6s Marcus Trescothick Caught Alex Gidman Bowled Craig Miles 50 52 46 7 1 Craig Kieswetter Caught Gareth Roderick Bowled David Payne 42 68 38 4 2 Nick Compton Caught Ian Cockbain Bowled Craig Miles 0 0 1 0 0 James Hildreth Caught Ian Cockbain Bowled David Payne 34 57 44 2 0 Jos Buttler Not Out 68 96 71 4 1 Craig Meschede Caught Gareth Roderick Bowled Tom Smith 1 4 6 0 0 Lewis Gregory Caught Ian Cockbain Bowled Tom Smith 0 1 1 0 0 Piyush Chawla Bowled Tom Smith 3 6 3 0 0 Alfonso Thomas Caught Craig Miles Bowled David Payne 12 22 21 1 0 Jamie Overton Run Out James Fuller 14 16 11 3 0 Steven Kirby Not Out 0 3 0 0

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  • Gloucestershire v Leicestershire | Gloucestershire Cricket
    with Gidman Maximum batting bonus points and a lead of 300 represented minimum requirements for Gloucestershire and the in form Gidman ensured both boxes were ticked prior to the tea interval His 50 came from 105 balls and the all rounder required a further 45 deliveries to realise three figures He faced 183 balls in all accrued 16 fours and 2 sixes and comfortably surpassed his previous career best score of 116 not out made in a losing cause against Northants in Bristol in 2011 On loan from Middlesex and eager to earn a contract offer off spinner Tom Smith did his prospects no harm at all by posting his first 50 for Gloucestershire more than holding his own in a progressive partnership of 131 in 35 overs with Gidman for the seventh wicket Required to negotiate 15 overs at the end of the day Leicestershire were further undermined when Smith departed for nine trapped lbw by David Payne s left arm swing Day One All rounder Will Gidman returned career best bowling figures as Gloucestershire assumed the upper hand on the opening day of the LV County Championship Second Division match against Leicestershire at Bristol Extracting bite and movement off the seam Gidman claimed 6 15 as the visitors were shot out for 117 in 41 2 overs Openers Michael Klinger and Chris Dent then raised 163 in 35 overs to help Gloucestershire reach the close on 210 4 already 93 runs ahead with six first innings wickets in hand Only opener Greg Smith offered any real resistance after Leicestershire were put in on a drying wicket He made 54 made from 83 balls striking 8 fours and a six and was one of just four batsman to reach double figures Gloucestershire s seam bowlers utilised early moisture in the pitch to fully justify Klinger s decision to field Benny Howell weighed in with 3 19 in 8 2 overs and there was also a wicket for teenage paceman Craig Miles while left arm seamer Matt Taylor bowled tidily on his first class debut But it was Gidman who did most to undermine the opposition in a new ball burst of 3 11 in nine overs during the morning session Leicestershire opener Angus Robson had a first class debut to forget pushing at a ball of full length from Gidman and offering a catch behind without scoring Two wickets then fell with the score on 37 Eckersley fending a sharp delivery to Dent at second slip and Matthew Boyce departing lbw for a duck Boyce appeared to get more than a little bat on the ball and he trudged off shaking his head in disbelief There was no doubting the validity of the next dismissal Miles locating Thakor s outside edge and Gareth Roderick taking a comfortable catch behind while Howell pinned Josh Cobb on the front foot for five Not surprisingly Klinger threw the ball to Gidman immediately after lunch and he again made his presence felt in

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  • Gloucestershire v Lancashire | Gloucestershire Cricket
    off the eighth Glen Chapple being the successful bowler Gareth Roderick had made 12 when being well caught low down by Luis Reece at gully off Hogg to make it 44 for two in the 13 th over The next over saw Chris Dent fall lbw to Newby for 19 But Alex Gidman 21 not out and Hamish Marshall 14 not out saw Gloucestershire through to the close with an unbroken stand of 42 Day Two Luke Procter hit his maiden first class century as Lancashire fought back strongly on the second day of the LV County Championship match with Gloucestershire at Bristol The Second Division champions elect moved from an overnight 33 for two in their first innings to 292 for seven with Procter hitting 106 and Tom Smith 88 not out Will Gidman was the pick of the home attack with four for 58 Lancashire were 38 for three and 105 for four before a partnership of 159 between Procter and Smith turned the course of the match It enabled the visitors to move two bonus points nearer the Second Division title having already clinched promotion and ensured a memorable day for Lancastrian Procter in particular His previous best first class score was 89 against Sussex at Hove in 2011 The 25 year old Oldham born left hander reached his ton off 208 balls with 13 fours On reaching it he removed his helmet and raised both arms to the skies before being congratulated by partner Smith Procter had arrived at the wicket with the total on 38 when Gloucestershire wicketkeeper Gareth Roderick produced a superb diving catch to his right to send back Karl Brown for 23 off the bowling of Gidman Luis Reece helped add 67 as he sought an eighth successive half century and a share of a county record But the 23 year old opener fell 15 short when bowled by left armer David Payne attempting a big shot in the 32 nd over It was 115 for four at lunch and the afternoon session saw Smith survive a difficult chance to Michael Klinger at mid wicket off Benny Howell when on 16 It was the second catch put down by Gloucestershire as Alex Gidman had spilled Reece on 34 at first slip to deprive young Matt Taylor of a maiden first class wicket Procter reached his fifty with a glorious straight drive off Howell and Smith followed to a half century off 128 balls with 8 fours The pair batted right through the afternoon and by tea had taken the score to 206 for four With 21 runs added Gloucestershire took the second new ball It finally broke the partnership with the total on 264 as Will Gidman frustrated at having several big appeals rejected finally pinned Procter lbw playing across the line Smith made good use of the reverse sweep against his namesake Gloucestershire left arm spinner Tom Smith and also stood tall to dispatch the quicker bowlers with some attractive back

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  • Glamorgan v Gloucestershire | Gloucestershire Cricket
    which became 130 for four by tea After tea David Lloyd perished when he edged to Dent at second slip off Gidman who then had skipper Mark Wallace caught behind to leave the home side 147 for six But Allenby continued completing an 68 ball fifty before he lost Graham Wagg lbw to McCarter Ruaidhri Smith brought up the 200 but he lost Allenby who edged Taylor into the hands of the busy Dent at second slip Smith was the ninth man out before Cosker and Michael Hogan put on an unbeaten 27 for the final wicket by stumps Day One Seamer Michael Hogan claimed his 100th wicket of the season as Glamorgan restricted Gloucestershire on the opening day of their LV County Championship match at Cardiff Gloucestershire had reached 228 for eight in their first innings from 82 1 overs when bad light ended play at 5 30pm It was Glamorgan s first game since they went down to Nottinghamshire in last Saturday s Yorkshire Bank 40 final at Lord s The Welsh county made three changes to their side which drew last week with Essex at Chelmsford with Jim Allenby Graham Wagg and David Lloyd replacing Will Bragg Andrew Salter and John Glover Hogan struck at the start of the seventh over to reach the landmark by bowling opener Gareth Roderick That was after Glamorgan won the toss and put Gloucestershire in to bat in helpful bowling conditions Hogan now has 64 wickets in the Championship 28 in the Yorkshire Bank 40 and eight in the Friends Life t20 But from 12 for one Gloucestershire recovered either side of lunch with Dent reaching his half century from 77 balls shortly before the interval By lunch the visitors looked quite well set but in the afternoon they struggled going from 90 for one to 176 for six With the total on 90 Allenby bowled Alex Gidman and Dent who had looked well set for a century edged slow left armer Dean Cosker into the Australian s hands at slip Cosker struck again next ball to have Iain Cockbain also caught at slip by Allenby from a turning delivery With the total on 156 Gloucestershire lost Hamish Marshall who is 10 short of reaching 1 000 runs for the season as he edged Wagg behind In the penultimate over before tea Cameron Herring was trapped lbw by Hogan Ruaidhri Smith struck twice bowling Benny Howell and then had Gidman caught behind Glamorgan took the second new ball but with the cloud cover having increased the light deteriorated and forced the players off with 13 5 overs left of the day Scorecard Glamorgan won the toss and elected to bowl Glamorgan Murray Goodwin Gareth Rees Christopher Cooke Ben Wright James Allenby David Lloyd Mark Wallace Ruaidhri Smith Graham Wagg Dean Cosker Michael Hogan Gloucestershire Christopher Dent Gareth Roderick Alex Gidman Hamish Marshall Benny Howell Ian Cockbain William Gidman Cameron Herring Tom Smith Graeme McCarter Matthew Taylor Gloucestershire first innings 275 all

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  • Festival History | Gloucestershire Cricket
    College Grounds although in 1874 a motion was put to the committee for this to be discontinued but was defeated by one vote and the band continued to attend and play In 1873 Lillywhite was allowed 10 to manage another County Game at the College Ground and in 1874 he was paid 45 and 35 for expenses By 1878 the annual Cheltenham game had proved so popular the College Council gave its permission for the occasion to be extended to two matches and so the Cheltenham Week had arrived Lillywhite was consequently paid 120 for the organisational duties including his local expenses In 1878 the committee obtained tenders for putting canvas around the College Ground and fringe events also took place These included a banquet in honour of WG and his team at The Plough Hotel In 1879 the County Committee suggested that all five Gloucestershire home matches were to be played in Bristol but the majority voted against this motion and the Festival continued James Lillywhite sadly died in 1882 but his son in law Edwin Lawrence took over the Festival organisation and successfully continued in his footsteps The following year the entire proceeds from the Festival were handed to James widow in recognition of the esteem in which her late husband was held during the early years at Cheltenham In the late 1800 s the committee took over the organisation of the festival and Edwin Lawrence was made an honorary life member of the Club In 1888 three matches were organised to be held at Cheltenham but one of the games was played at Charlton Park not at the College In 1898 WG played his last Festival matches at the age of 50 and scored his last century for Gloucestershire at the College Ground The Cheltenham Cricket Festival continues to be held each year at the Cheltenham College Ground amongst the magnificent college surroundings W G GRACE He was born in Downend Bristol on 18th July 1848 The son of Dr Henry Mills Grace and his wife Martha William Gilbert Grace was one of 8 children Dr Henry Mills Grace was an avid cricketer and taught WG and his 3 brothers how to play The family later moved to Downend House because there was a large garden and plenty of room for Henry Mills Grace to lay a cricket pitch at the rear of the house The house can no longer be seen as a supermarket has since been built on the land WG Grace not only played cricket but also golf and curling He was also a good shot and a skilful fisherman His athleticism was proven when two days after scoring 224 not out for England v Surrey in 1886 he won a race at the national and Olympian Association meeting at the Crystal Palace WG Grace was a keen team player and he once took a taxi from Lord s where Gloucestershire were playing to the Oval to fetch Mr Midwinter to play for Gloucestershire

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  • Location | Gloucestershire Cricket
    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 Cheltenham Cricket Festival Cheltenham College College Sports Ground Thirlestaine Road Cheltenham GL53 7AB Telephone 01242 851092 Train Cheltenham Spa station 1 mile 08457 484950 www greatwesterntrains co uk National Rail Journey Planner Bus Cheltenham and District L from town centre There is a bus link from Cheltenham Spa station to the town centre 01242 522021 Car From north and west from M5 junction 11 take A40 east towards Cheltenham continue on A40 Gloucester Road then Lansdown Road at island filling station turn right on to Andover Road Go over traffic lights into Suffolk Road Go over traffic lights into Thirlestaine Road From south from Cirencester A435 continue to junction with A40 turn left on to A40 and continue on this road to Cheltenham College From east follow A40 towards Cheltenham town centre College is on this road Cheltenham Festival Brewin Dolphin Cheltenham Cricket Festival Festival History Location This page is having a slideshow that uses Javascript Your browser either doesn t support Javascript or

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  • Friendly and Academy Fixtures | Gloucestershire Cricket
    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 Friendly and Academy Fixtures 2015 Fixtures Date Duration Opponents Venue Sat 4 Apr 1 day Devon Away Sun 5 Apr 1 day Wiltshire Away Sat 11 Apr 1 day Bath CC Bath CC Thu 16 Apr 1 day Bristol University Bristol Uni Fri 17 Apr 1 day Bristol University Bristol Uni Sat 18 Apr 1 day Clevedon CC Clevedon CC Sun 19 Apr 1 day Thornbury CC Thornbury Sat 25 Apr 1 day Bristol CC Bristol CC Mon 27 Apr 1 day Somerset Bristol Uni Sun 3 May 1 day Millfield School Millfield School Fri 29 May 1 day Cardiff Uni Away Sun 5 Jul 1 day Worcester Academy Away Fri 21 Aug 1 day Devon Away Tue 25 Aug 3 days Scotland A Thornbury CC Sun 30 Aug 1 day Dorset Lions Away Gloucestershire newsletter Keep up to date by signing up to Gloucestershire Cricket s newsletter Your first name required Your surname required Your Email required This page is having a slideshow that uses Javascript Your

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