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  • MARRIAGE WORKS – HOWELL GUIDES GLOS TO HANTS T20 WIN A DAY AFTER GETTING HITCHED | Gloucestershire Cricket
    trapped LBW for 10 to make it 57 3 with two new men at the crease Glos continued to keep it tight and Howell was unlucky not to pick up a third wicket as Joe Gatting cleared Peter Handscomb at cow corner by a matter of inches for only the second maximum of the match But Howell was in the game again in the next over the 12 th as Owais Shah 6 picked him out on the long off boundary off the bowling of Jack Taylor The Blast s top wicket taker Smith 1 17 made it 23 for the season when he bowled Terry 1 in the 13th to make it 76 5 The visitors failed to score a boundary in more than three overs but Will Smith put that right in the 16 th First he pulled Taylor 1 24 for four before sending journalist scurrying for cover for a second time with a six onto the media balcony But the expected Hants onslaught proved short lived as the returning James Fuller 2 19 had Gatting caught by Taylor on the cover boundary for a run a ball 22 He followed that up with the wicket of Smith 18 four balls later In the last over Miles 3 25 removed Arafat 3 caught Dent at deep backward square leg and bowled Wood 3 next ball A run out by Smith off the final ball of the innings left Hampshire on 116 all out In reply with four runs on the board Glos lost Blast leading run scorer Michael Klinger fifth ball LBW to Jackson Bird for 0 to stunned silence from the home crowd At the other end Dent replacing the injured Hamish Marshall was enjoying his return to T20 action as he hit the first boundaries of the Glos innings including a scoop over short fine leg Together with Cockbain the pair added 25 But a mix up over a possible third run cost Cockbain his wicket run out by keeper Wheater for 8 Dent continued to force the pace reaching 23 before clipping straight into the hands of Gatting at midwicket off Chris Wood in the sixth over to make it 39 3 Things went from bad to worse in the eighth over when Handscomb 7 was bowled around his legs by Danny Briggs much to his disbelief with the score on 44 That brought Geraint Jones to the crease on his 39 th birthday And he celebrated with his highest Glos score T20 score 40 sharing in a stand of 61 with Howell His knock came of just 30 balls and included three fours and two sixes He was bowled by Vince after the second of his maximums with 12 runs still needed but Howell and Noema Barnett 3 saw their side home with eight balls to spare Scorecard Gloucestershire won the toss and elected to bowl Gloucestershire Michael Klinger Christopher Dent Peter Handscomb Ian Cockbain Benny Howell Kieran Noema Barnett Geraint Jones Jack

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  • Gloucestershire v Lancashire | Gloucestershire Cricket
    Essex Jones made 88 his highest score of the season as Gloucestershire earned a first innings lead of two runs scoring 277 in response to Lancashire s 275 At the close Lancashire had reached 14 without loss a lead of 12 Click here to listen to Michael Klinger s thoughts at the close of play The even nature of the game would have been hard to predict 25 minutes in because as on the first day the morning session belonged to the fielding side Lancashire continued with Bailey and Jarvis from the previous evening and the pair bowled unchanged for a further 12 overs before Faulkner was introduced In that time both doubled their wicket tally Night watchman Miles was bowled by Jarvis for 12 and Roderick who had surprisingly come in at number five given the discomfort in his thumb on Sunday afternoon was caught low down at slip by Horton off Bailey without scoring Given that background it was no surprise that Michael Klinger and Ian Cockbain set about rebuilding the innings from 27 4 with a huge amount of caution All the Lancashire bowlers were commendably accurate with Faulkner s left arm variation causing problems with both swing and angle A change of ball in the 28th over saw Klinger beaten immediately by Chapple but the Australian had added 45 with Cockbain when Chapple brought one back from outside off stump and bowled Cockbain who had shouldered arms for 28 Klinger reached lunch on 25 having batted throughout the session whilst Geraint Jones counter attacked in the closing overs picking up four boundaries off Chapple and setting the tone for what was to follow From 89 5 Gloucestershire s two most experienced batsmen were to claw the side back into the match Both found the boundary in the early overs after lunch with Klinger starting to work the ball more easily into the gaps when the opportunity arose He brought up his 50 with a trademark glance to fine leg off Jordan Clark It was his ninth boundary in all and meant he had doubled his own score in only 27 balls after the resumption Skipper Jones was proving a valuable foil cutting to good effect anything which he could play off the back foot The growing strength of the stand and indeed the range of shots being used by both players was indicated by the use of five bowlers in the first hour of the afternoon session Klinger driving the occasional off spin of Steven Croft for a straight six Jones completed his own 50 off 66 balls with 7 fours and three boundaries in an over from Faulkner soon had him on the shoulder of Klinger on the scoreboard The Lancashire grip on the game was being loosened but Klinger nearly missed out on his century when he aimed an expansive drive at Croft when on 95 just before tea Fortunately there was no edge and a scrambled single off Clark took the Australian to the 24th hundred of his first class career It had been a patient one taking 205 balls and containing 15 fours and a solitary six The temptation to attack Croft before the new ball proved his downfall however holing out to a retreating Petersen at mid on As often happens when a big stand is broken both men follow in quick succession Lancashire took the new ball as soon as it was available and Jones having got to 88 in just under three hours with 12 fours was bowled by Bailey off a thin inside edge The match then became the equivalent of a one innings game as the lower order failed to offer prolonged resistance Jack Taylor mistimed a hook to square leg for 1 to give Bailey his fourth wicket Jarvis removed Howell for 19 as he got a top edge to an attempted pull giving a comfortable catch to substitute Simon Kerrigan and the lead was just two runs when a ball from Jarvis found the shoulder of Matt Taylor s bat and was looped up easily to Karl Brown in the slips It left Lancashire 12 overs to bat through until the close which Horton and Brown saw out without undue alarm Day 1 Five wickets for Craig Miles and a thumb injury finger for Gareth Roderick were the key points from a hard fought first day against Division 2 leaders Lancashire at the Bristol County Ground Roderick didn t appear after lunch having taken a ball from Benny Howell awkwardly when standing up to the stumps during the morning session whilst Miles was rewarded for his persistence throughout the day from the Ashley Down Road end Lancashire were eventually dismissed for 275 with Gloucestershire 15 for 2 in reply at the close Listen to Craig Miles thoughts on the day here There were two changes to the team which drew the last Championship match at Derby last Thursday Hamish Marshall calf injury and David Payne being replaced by Ian Cockbain and Matt Taylor Two wickets in the last 20 minutes before lunch changed the perception of the first session after Geraint Jones for the first time at the Bristol County Ground in the Championship this season won the toss and decided Lancashire should bat first The Division 2 leaders were initially very patient with only one boundary off the bat in the first hour Paul Horton and Karl Brown were both prepared to leave alone anything they didn t need to play at and Horton had made only four when Miles induced an edge to gully where Benny Howell took a well judged catch Howell when introduced was the one bowler to offer the batsmen any freedom as Liam Norwell also kept the brake on the Lancashire scoring as well as beating Petersen twice in the same over Slowly and with boundaries still at a premium Brown and Petersen added 45 when Matt Taylor s return for a second burst before lunch was rewarded in

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  • Match Reports | Gloucestershire Cricket | Page 2
    the students had shown much more resistance in their second innings Resuming at 59 2 chasing 463 to win Continue reading Kent v Gloucestershire Day Four Gloucestershire finished their LV County Championship season on a high and denied Kent the chance of a potential fourth placed Division Two finish when they cruised to an emphatic 244 run win with two sessions to spare in Canterbury The Continue reading Gloucestershire v Leicestershire LV County Championship Bristol 09 September 2014 Day Four Will Gidman marked his last home appearance for Gloucestershire with a century as the LV County Championship match with Leicestershire at Bristol meandered towards a draw The all rounder who is joining Nottinghamshire next season hit an unbeaten 104 as Continue reading Kent v Gloucestershire Sam Billings thrilling 61 off 36 balls inspired Kent to victory against Gloucestershire by 24 runs in the Royal London One Day Cup quarter final under the Canterbury floodlights on Friday Sam Northeast 78 and Fabian Cowdrey 51 also batted well but Continue reading Derbyshire v Gloucestershire Billy Godleman made his highest limited overs score as Derbyshire booked a place in the quarter finals of the Royal London One Day Cup with a 53 run victory over Gloucestershire in the Group A game at Derby Godleman who is out of contract Continue reading Worcestershire v Gloucestershire LV County Championship New Road 15 August 2014 Day Three A brilliant innings by former Minor Counties player Richard Oliver failed to prevent Worcestershire s first LV County Championship defeat of the season as Gloucestershire registered their first victory at New Road since 1986 The 24 year old left hander s career best Continue reading Worcestershire v Gloucestershire Ian Cockbain booked Gloucestershire s place in the Royal London One Day Cup quarter finals after escaping from an early ambush by Worcestershire paceman Mitchell McClenaghan at New Road The New Zealander took two wickets in five balls as the West Countrymen stumbled Continue reading Gloucestershire v Lancashire Not a ball was bowled in Gloucestershire s final home Group A match in the Royal London Cup as heavy rain made conditions unplayable Umpires Neil Mallender and Jeff Evans abandoned any prospect of play following a 2 30pm pitch inspection The Continue reading Essex v Gloucestershire Essex and Gloucestershire were left having to settle for a point each as ran proved the real winner of their Royal London One Day Cup clash at Chelmsford But at least both teams have the consolation of still occupying a top four Continue reading Gloucestershire v Leicestershire David Payne claimed four wickets as Gloucestershire strengthened their position at the top of Group A with a seven wicket Royal London One Day Cup win over Leicestershire in a rain affected match at Bristol The visitors posted 136 for eight from 25 Continue reading Gloucestershire v Hampshire Jack Taylor claimed four wickets as Gloucestershire made it back to back Royal London One Day Cup successes with a 35 run victory over Hampshire at Bristol The home side posted

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  • Thatchers | Gloucestershire Cricket
    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 Gloucestershire News Thatchers Posted on 13 June 2014 Optimum Tribute T20 sponsor 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 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

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  • Cookie Policy | Gloucestershire Cricket
    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 Cookie Policy This site uses cookies small text files that are placed on your machine to help the site provide a better user experience In general cookies are used to retain user preferences store information for things like shopping carts and provide anonymised tracking data to third party applications like Google Analytics As a rule cookies will make your browsing experience better However you may prefer to disable cookies on this site and on others The most effective way to do this is to disable cookies in your browser We suggest consulting the Help section of your browser or taking a look at the About Cookies website which offers guidance for all modern browsers 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

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  • Casual Sweatshirt | Gloucestershire Cricket
    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 Casual Sweatshirt 25 00 Size Choose an option Large Medium Small X Large XX Large Clear Add to cart SKU N A Categories Clothing Leisure Wear Description Additional Information Product Description Gloucestershire Cricket Navy Sweatshirt 50 Polyester 50 Cotton Additional Information Weight 0 6 kg Official Shop Basket Checkout My Account Merchandise Clothing England Range Replica Shirts Training Wear Leisure Wear Children s Wear Caps Scarfs Other Headware Gifts and Souvenirs Signed products Ties Keyrings Stationery Household Books DVDs Novelties Badges Vouchers Accessories Cricket Equipment Clothing Accessories Balls New Arrivals Sales Offers Coming Soon Information Delivery Postal Charges Size Chart Refund Policy Terms and Conditions 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

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  • Cheltenham Festival Mug | Gloucestershire Cricket
    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 Cheltenham Festival Mug 7 50 In stock Add to cart Categories Gifts and Souvenirs Household Description Additional Information Product Description Earthenware Mug featuring the iconic Cheltenham Festival Pavilion Additional Information Weight 0 3 kg Official Shop Basket Checkout My Account Merchandise Clothing England Range Replica Shirts Training Wear Leisure Wear Children s Wear Caps Scarfs Other Headware Gifts and Souvenirs Signed products Ties Keyrings Stationery Household Books DVDs Novelties Badges Vouchers Accessories Cricket Equipment Clothing Accessories Balls New Arrivals Sales Offers Coming Soon Information Delivery Postal Charges Size Chart Refund Policy Terms and Conditions 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

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  • Cheltenham Festival T-Shirt (Navy) | Gloucestershire Cricket
    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 Cheltenham Festival T Shirt Navy 10 00 Size Choose an option Large Medium Small X Large X Small XX Large Clear Add to cart SKU N A Category Leisure Wear Description Additional Information Product Description Cheltenham Festival T Shirt 100 cotton Additional Information Weight 0 25 kg Official Shop Basket Checkout My Account Merchandise Clothing England Range Replica Shirts Training Wear Leisure Wear Children s Wear Caps Scarfs Other Headware Gifts and Souvenirs Signed products Ties Keyrings Stationery Household Books DVDs Novelties Badges Vouchers Accessories Cricket Equipment Clothing Accessories Balls New Arrivals Sales Offers Coming Soon Information Delivery Postal Charges Size Chart Refund Policy Terms and Conditions 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

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