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  • Batsmen 2015 | Gloucestershire Cricket
    7 10 54 4 1 0 189 31 50 Tom Smith 13 19 80 4 1 0 453 30 20 Ian Cockbain 9 16 151 1 2 1 443 29 53 Craig Miles 4 7 62 1 1 0 170 28 33 Michael Klinger 10 18 129 1 1 2 490 28 82 Benny Howell 11 17 78 3 2 0 360 25 71 Liam Norwell 10 12 78 5 1 0 173 24 71 Chris Dent 13 22 61 0 4 0 436 19 82 Adam Rouse 4 7 49 0 0 0 124 17 71 Matt Taylor 9 12 32 5 0 0 118 16 86 James Fuller 6 7 28 1 0 0 88 14 67 Jack Taylor 2 4 40 0 0 0 57 14 25 Dan Housego 1 2 27 0 0 0 27 13 50 Patrick Grieshaber 1 1 10 0 0 0 10 10 00 Ian Saxelby 2 3 20 0 0 0 24 8 00 Graeme McCarter 2 3 20 0 0 0 24 8 00 Cameron Herring 4 6 22 0 0 0 46 7 67 Mark Craig 1 1 7 0 0 0 7 7 00 NatWest T20 Blast South Group Name Games Inns Top Score Not Out 50s 100s Runs Aver William Gidman 5 5 26 3 0 0 76 38 00 Cameron Herring 4 4 23 2 0 0 55 27 50 Ian Cockbain 14 14 84 1 3 0 354 27 23 Michael Klinger 11 11 70 0 1 0 298 27 09 Tom Smith 13 5 30 3 0 0 54 27 00 Hamish Marshall 14 12 74 1 2 0 285 25 91 Geraint Jones 2 2 37 0 0 0 50 25 00 Benny Howell 14 14 50 2 1 0 254 21 17 Alex Gidman 14 14 55 0 1 0 236 16 86 Jack Taylor 11 8 19 4 0 0 67 16 75 James Fuller 3 2 21 0 0 0 30 15 00 Graeme McCarter 13 4 16 2 0 0 28 14 00 Adam Rouse 7 7 35 2 0 0 61 12 20 Chris Dent 10 10 55 1 1 0 109 12 11 Dan Housego 3 2 6 1 0 0 11 11 00 Gareth Roderick 1 1 3 0 0 0 3 3 00 David Payne 9 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 Liam Norwell 5 2 1 2 0 0 2 0 Robbie Montgomery 1 1 8 1 0 0 8 0 Royal London One Day Cup Name Games Inns Top Score Not Out 50s 100s Runs Aver Michael Klinger 7 7 98 3 2 0 228 57 00 William Gidman 8 7 71 2 1 0 236 47 20 Benny Howell 8 5 43 2 0 0 115 38 33 William Tavare 3 3 77 0 1 0 100 33 33 Chris Dent 8 8 70 1 1 0 214 30 57 Alex Gidman 4 4 47 1 0 0 91 30 33

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  • Bowlers 2015 | Gloucestershire Cricket
    Miles 4 93 16 358 18 5 for 90 19 89 54 49 3 85 Ian Saxelby 2 20 5 71 3 3 for 71 23 67 52 17 3 52 Graeme McCarter 2 43 7 144 6 3 for 64 24 00 63 16 3 31 William Gidman 13 357 97 943 39 6 for 50 24 18 55 51 2 64 Benny Howell 11 250 59 714 23 4 for 60 31 04 64 06 2 85 James Fuller 6 159 27 581 18 6 for 47 32 28 59 46 3 64 Hamish Marshall 16 25 6 66 2 1 for 21 33 00 48 93 2 64 Jack Taylor 2 70 9 267 7 4 for 125 38 14 64 04 3 81 Liam Norwell 10 304 51 1166 29 4 for 69 40 21 55 81 3 83 Tom Smith 13 388 60 1294 32 4 for 35 40 44 46 89 3 33 Matt Taylor 9 216 35 905 21 5 for 75 43 10 38 06 4 18 Mark Craig 1 25 3 105 2 2 for 85 52 50 25 93 4 20 David Payne 7 185 41 594 11 3 for 29 54 00 60 77 3 21 Chris Dent 13 35 2 165 1 1 for 39 165 00 50 64 4 65 NatWest T20 Blast South Group Name Matches Overs Maidens Runs Wkts Aver William Gidman 5 14 0 97 5 19 40 Liam Norwell 5 15 0 116 5 23 20 Jack Taylor 11 28 0 223 9 24 78 Chris Dent 10 6 0 42 2 21 00 James Fuller 3 12 0 88 7 12 57 Tom Smith 13 40 0 297 12 24 75 Benny Howell 14 41 0 294 15 19 60 David Payne 9 27 1 237 8 29 62 Graeme McCarter 13 38 0 345 16 21 56 Robbie Montgomery 1 3 0 50 0 Royal London One Day Cup Name Matches Overs Maidens Runs Wkts Aver Benny Howell 8 61 2 243 5 48 60 William Gidman 8 56 3 252 12 21 00 David Payne 8 57 4 279 17 16 41 Craig Miles 8 56 1 316 8 39 50 Jack Taylor 7 44 1 220 9 24 44 Chris Dent 8 19 0 103 1 103 00 Tom Smith 3 9 0 61 2 30 50 Bowlers 2013 LV County Championship Name Matches Overs Maidens Runs Wkts Best Average Strike Econ William Gidman 13 384 85 1127 50 6 for 15 22 54 53 54 2 93 Craig Miles 13 358 69 1315 43 6 for 88 30 58 52 10 3 67 Benny Howell 16 347 83 992 28 5 for 57 35 43 48 74 2 86 Liam Norwell 5 119 16 491 13 3 for 80 37 77 15 79 4 13 Jack Taylor 4 89 17 247 6 2 for 39 41 17 81 65 2 77 James Fuller 7 211 44 699 15

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  • Optimum Sports Bar and Cafe | Gloucestershire Cricket
    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 Optimum Sports Bar and Cafe A new Barista machine has been installed in the Optimum Sports Bar giving supporters the option of freshly made great tasting coffee throughout the season St Austell Tribute Ale is now joined by Proper Job cask in the Optimum Sports Bar A guest ale from the opposition county will be available throughout the match as a new feature for the season We are passionate about the food being locally sourced and freshly prepared in our kitchens We are introducing a buffet style lunch option in the Optimum Sports Bar available during lunch times of the LV County Championship matches Our head Chef Damian and his team will be cooking up a range of delicious meals for members and supporters to enjoy for just 5 The Optimum Sports Bar Cafe also sells breakfasts salads and homemade cakes Why not try our Hit for 6 Meal Deal and get a baguette crisps fruit and a soft drink for only 6 This page is having a slideshow that

    Original URL path: http://www.gloscricket.co.uk/visitor-information/food-and-drink/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Meet our Chef | 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 Gloucestershire News Meet our Chef Posted on 17 November 2014 Damian Awford Nash Head Chef at The Bristol Pavilion has nearly 25 years experience in the kitchen working his way up from a Commis Chef to a well respected Head Chef As a farmer s son Damian learnt the importance of wholesome homegrown food from a very young age His classical training gives him a strong background in traditional French country food using fresh ingredients at the very peak of their seasonality Five years ago Damian left the restaurant life to pursue a new challenge in sports hospitality first horse racing and now cricket During The Bristol Pavilion s redevelopment throughout the 2013 season Damian was faced with the challenge of cooking out of a tent with a six ring stove and small oven However he still managed to deliver first class food to get the players through a day on the pitch and provide restaurant customers with a delicious a la carte menu Damian also works closely with the conference and events team to produce bespoke menus to suit the needs of our customers John Bracewell Review Of The Season Part Three Hamish Reflects Ahead Of Benefit Year 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 February January This

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  • GCCC History | Gloucestershire Cricket
    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 after playing

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  • Club Constitution | Gloucestershire Cricket
    A Ground Regulations Membership Membership Packages Premier Club Full Membership One Day Membership Young Adult Membership Marshall Membership How to join How to renew your membership Commercial Hospitality England v Sri Lanka Hospitality at Bristol Hospitality at Cheltenham Festival Ladies Day England Women v Pakistan Women Sponsorship and Advertising Sponsors and Partners 188BET Partner Page Player 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 Club Constitution The Club s current Constitution can be downloaded here Gloucestershire County Cricket Constitution and Rules from the 2015 AGM About Us About us GCCC History Club Constitution Environmental Policy Statement of Accounts This page is having a slideshow that uses Javascript Your browser either doesn t support Javascript or you have it turned off To see this page as it is meant to appear please use a Javascript enabled browser Footer Title Gloucestershire County Cricket Club About us Contact us Location Car Parking Visitor Q A Tickets BS7 Gym Shop Bristol Pavilion Community Footer Contact details Bristol County Ground Nevil Road Bristol BS7 9EJ

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  • Environmental Policy | Gloucestershire Cricket
    News Events Community Programmes Fundraising Get involved Gloucestershire Cricket Board Gloucestershire Cricket Trust Environmental Policy Gloucestershire County Cricket Club the Club is committed to providing a quality service in a manner that ensures a safe and healthy workplace for our employees and minimises our potential impact on the environment The Club will operate in compliance with all relevant environmental legislation and we will strive to use pollution prevention and environmental best practice in all we do The Club will integrate the consideration of environmental concerns and impacts into all of our decision making and activities promote environmental awareness among our employees and encourage them to work in an environmentally responsible manner train educate and inform our employees about environmental issues that may affect their work reduce waste through re use and recycling and by purchasing recycled recyclable or re furbished products and materials where these alternatives are available economical and suitable promote efficient use of materials and resources throughout our facility including water electricity raw materials and other resources particularly those that are non renewable avoid unnecessary use of hazardous materials and products seek substitutions when feasible and take all reasonable steps to protect human health and the environment when such materials must be used stored and disposed of purchase and use environmentally responsible products accordingly where required by legislation or where significant health safety or environmental hazards exist develop and maintain appropriate emergency and spill response programmes communicate our environmental commitment to clients customers and the public and encourage them to support it strive to continually improve our environmental performance and minimise the social impact and damage of activities by periodically reviewing our environmental policy in light of our current and planned future activities Tom Richardson Chief Executive Gloucestershire County Cricket Club 3 January 2008 About Us About us

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  • Statement of Accounts | Gloucestershire Cricket
    Membership Membership Packages Premier Club Full Membership One Day Membership Young Adult Membership Marshall Membership How to join How to renew your membership Commercial Hospitality England v Sri Lanka Hospitality at Bristol Hospitality at Cheltenham Festival Ladies Day England Women v Pakistan Women Sponsorship and Advertising Sponsors and Partners 188BET Partner Page Player 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 Statement of Accounts Statement of Accounts Financial Statement 2015 Click here to view Financial Statements 2015 AGM Agenda Click here to view AGM Agenda April 2015 GCCC About Us About us GCCC History Club Constitution Environmental Policy Statement of Accounts This page is having a slideshow that uses Javascript Your browser either doesn t support Javascript or you have it turned off To see this page as it is meant to appear please use a Javascript enabled browser Footer Title Gloucestershire County Cricket Club About us Contact us Location Car Parking Visitor Q A Tickets BS7 Gym Shop Bristol Pavilion Community Footer Contact details Bristol County Ground Nevil Road

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