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  • NEVER SAY DIE – BOOK LAUNCH SUCCESS | Gloucestershire Cricket
    studded Surrey side in a nail biting final Illustrated with stunning photographs by Martin Bennett Tim Lezard had exclusive access to the players after the game and their frank interviews appear alongside contributions from fans Tim Lezard from Dursley said This book allows readers to relive the game through the eyes of the players and fans who were there No one gave this Gloucestershire side a chance but they pulled together and what followed was a triumph of determination guts and no little skill Read the book to discover what was said behind the closed doors of the changing room at lunchtime what did they really think of THAT lbw decision which Surrey player admitted he was intimated by the noise of the Gloucestershire fans which player was talking to himself as the last over started which player said he could have run around the pitch like a headless chicken for half an hour after winning the match which player admitted he needs to work on his celebrations which Gloucestershire legend said it was the best cup final win he s ever seen and he s played in a few where did the players end up in the early hours of the morning after Tim also chatted to coaches Richard Dawson and Ian Harvey about how they masterminded the upset re living the final through their eyes as they watched from the Lord s balcony And there are match reports and photographs from the two youth games during the lunch break resulting in victories for Cam and Frampton CCs Stylishly designed by Simon Rees and Liz Hickson at Rumba the book is dotted with tweets and newspaper headlines from around the world It is available to buy for 14 99 from the official club shop click here or from www

    Original URL path: http://www.gloscricket.co.uk/never-say-die-book-launch-success/ (2016-02-12)
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  • 2016 OFFICIAL FIXTURES ANNOUNCED! | Gloucestershire Cricket
    December 2015 Gloucestershire Cricket is delighted to confirm its Fixture Programme for 2016 For a full list click onto this link Gloucestershire Cricket 2016 Fixtures The opening fixture of the 2016 season will see Gloucestershire take on Durham MCCU in a three day University match on Thursday March 31 Gloucestershire then travel to Chelmsford for the first County Championship fixture of the season which begins on Sunday April 10 The first NatWest T20 Blast takes place on Friday May 20 as Gloucestershire take on Sussex at the Bristol County Ground this will also be the first match under the new floodlights at the ground a match not to be missed The defence of the Royal London One Day Cup begins with an away fixture against local rivals Somerset in Taunton on Sunday June 5 The 2016 Cheltenham Cricket Festival begins on Wednesday 13 July against Essex in the County Championship The 2016 Festival will also include two one day tourist matches Pakistan A will play Sri Lanka A on Monday July 18 and then England Lions will face Pakistan A on Tuesday on Tuesday July 19 Early bird membership prices are available until 1st February 2016 so make sure you don t miss out to join the Champions in 2016 Click here to secure your early bird prices Ticket information will be released in due course The fixtures will shortly be added to the fixtures list on the main page A sneak preview of the 2016 Gloucestershire Cricket Fixture List NEVER SAY DIE BOOK LAUNCH SUCCESS 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

    Original URL path: http://www.gloscricket.co.uk/14610-2/ (2016-02-12)
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  • A sneak preview of the 2016 Gloucestershire Cricket Fixture List | Gloucestershire Cricket
    A sneak preview of the 2016 Gloucestershire Cricket Fixture List Posted on 1 December 2015 As a taster before the full 2016 Gloucestershire Cricket Fixture List is announced at 09 00 hours on Wednesday 2 December here are the first home matches the squad will be playing in each competition at the Bristol County Ground County Championship Sunday 17 April v Derbyshire NatWest T20 Blast Friday 20 May v Sussex Royal London One Day Cup Wednesday 8 June v Middlesex Early bird membership prices are available until 1st February 2016 so make sure you don t miss out to join the Champions in 2016 Click here to secure your early bird prices The full 2016 Fixture List will be published on the Club s website at 09 00 hours on Wednesday 2 December Bristol County Ground to host England women v Pakistan women in 2016 2016 OFFICIAL FIXTURES ANNOUNCED 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

    Original URL path: http://www.gloscricket.co.uk/a-sneak-preview-of-the-2016-gloucestershire-cricket-fixture-list/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Bristol County Ground to host England women v Pakistan women in 2016 | Gloucestershire Cricket
    be played at the County Ground Taunton on 27 th June where England women memorably beat Australia in the opening match of the Women s Ashes series earlier this year The Royal London ODIs will form England s fifth round of matches in the ICC Women s Championship the qualification tournament for the 2017 ICC Women s World Cup in England As per the ICC Playing Conditions for the competition in the event of the match not being completed on the scheduled date a reserve date the following day is in place for each of the Royal London ODIs The three match NatWest IT20 series will then be played on 3 rd 5 th and 7 th July at the Bristol County Ground the Ageas Bowl and the Essex County Ground The second match at the Ageas Bowl will be played immediately before the men s NatWest IT20 between England and Sri Lanka The ECB also confirmed today that Sky Sports and BBC Radio will provide live ball by ball television and radio coverage of all six of England women s encounters against Pakistan in June and July next year ECB s Director of England Women s Cricket Clare Connor said We are looking forward to welcoming Pakistan next summer for a three match Royal London ODI series and a three match NatWest IT20 series The introduction of the ICC Women s Championship has brought context and meaning to every ODI series that we play As we approach the business end of the competition next year with World Cup qualification the prize every match and every point carries huge significance This summer we enjoyed record crowd attendances for the Women s Ashes and it is fantastic to see more and more people buying tickets year on year to watch the England women s team play The women s game continues to expand and reach new audiences and I hope we can maintain this momentum throughout next summer All the venues that will be staging games against Pakistan have the aspiration of reaching new fans and achieving capacity crowds This is exactly the ambition we need after such a well supported Ashes summer Next year s tour by Pakistan will coincide with the launch of the first Women s Cricket Super League This major new development will help to support greater participation and encourage higher levels of performance for the women s game in England The competition will feature six teams and will receive a 3 million investment from the ECB over the next four years England women v Pakistan women International Schedule 2016 Date Format Venue 20 06 16 1 st Royal London ODI Grace Road Leicester 22 06 16 2 nd Royal London ODI New Road Worcester 27 06 16 3 rd Royal London ODI The County Ground Taunton 03 07 16 1 st NatWest IT20 Bristol County Ground 05 07 16 2 nd NatWest IT20 Ageas Bowl Southampton 07 07 16 3 rd NatWest IT20 The Essex County

    Original URL path: http://www.gloscricket.co.uk/bristol-county-ground-to-host-england-women-v-pakistan-women-in-2016/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Player blog: Gilmour gets to grips with life at the Darren Lehmann Academy | Gloucestershire Cricket
    tram or 15 minute walk into town The first week of the Darren Lehmann Cricket Academy was an introduction week where we got to know what we should expect throughout the summer Everyone was very excited to get going A normal week consists of skills training and gym on a Monday followed by conditioning and nets on a Tuesday with club training in the evening On Wednesday we have a competitive net session against each other setting up match scenarios to make the training more realistic On Thursday we have more conditioning and then an optional net which every player chooses to go to as we are all here to improve followed by another club session Most clubs have a social night after training on Thursdays where you have a meal and the teams get announced Friday is a recovery day with a gym session and final planning for our games on the weekend Saturday is game day for the club We have also had a trip to the outback for two nights The first night we all sat around a bonfire and the task was to find out more about each other It was good as we got to know a lot more about the people we are staying with Once that was all done we had our food and then went off to bed which consisted of just a swag a heavy duty sleeping bag no tents The next day we were up at 7am had our breakfast and then sat in a group where we discussed how we want to go about the rest of the summer After that we got ready for our hike We left for the walk at 9am and headed for our first check point which seemed a lot further away than we

    Original URL path: http://www.gloscricket.co.uk/player-blog-gilmour-gets-to-grips-with-life-at-the-darren-lehman-academy/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Cricket attracts record crowds for domestic and international games | Gloucestershire Cricket
    International T20s 513 000 people watched LV County Championship matches up from 495 000 last year More than 200 000 people attended the 72 Royal London One Day Cup matches an increase of around 500 per match on the previous year The average NatWest T20 Blast attendance per match rose by 800 and eleven out of 18 counties saw their NatWest T20 Blast attendances increase year on year ECB Chief Executive Officer Tom Harrison said Across the summer attendances grew for each of the county competitions as well as the international games We saw an inspiring series with New Zealand and an Investec Ashes victory for England s men an ever higher profile and record crowds for the Women s Ashes series ECB records for all three formats of the domestic game and at grassroots level significant increases in entries for our junior cricket competitions alongside our highest levels of volunteering for the NatWest Cricket Force These figures reflect a big effort by the counties our international venues and partners to enhance the match day experience improve facilities and make our cricket grounds as fan friendly and accessible as possible They are all good signs and there are big opportunities ahead We know that there s more that can be done to draw people to watch and play cricket and further improve standards across the game Domestic and International cricket attendances since 1997 International Domestic Total 1997 498 916 1 207 103 1 706 019 1998 453 365 1 130 074 1 583 439 1999 788 623 1 074 488 1 863 111 2000 525 108 1 025 758 1 550 866 2001 713 455 1 012 095 1 725 550 2002 556 304 1 030 169 1 586 473 2003 630 213 1 266 962 1 897 175 2004

    Original URL path: http://www.gloscricket.co.uk/cricket-attracts-record-crowds-for-domestic-and-international-games/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Gloucestershire County Cricket Club is seeking to appoint a new Treasurer, effective April 2016 | Gloucestershire Cricket
    Gloucestershire Cricket Trust Gloucestershire News Gloucestershire County Cricket Club is seeking to appoint a new Treasurer effective April 2016 Posted on 20 November 2015 The Treasurer is the senior finance person at the Club The Executive Board of which the Treasurer is a key member look to the Treasurer for both guidance and direction on all financial matters It is an honorary role and in theory it is a non executive role However the Club does not have a Finance Director and as a result the Treasurer will need to act from time to time in a more executive type way The Treasurer is appointed for three years He she can then be re appointed for a further three years This vacancy has arisen as the Club s Constitution provides that the Treasurer may only serve 6 years in the role By the time of the 2016 Annual General Meeting Tony Elgood the Club s current Treasurer will have completed 6 years service For a copy of the job description please contact Carolyn Prosser at the Club Her email address is carolyn prosser glosccc co uk If you are interested in being considered for the role of Treasurer please send Carolyn a brief CV setting out your skills and experience Your details will then be passed to the Club s Executive Board for consideration Bike rides benefit dinners and the All Blacks Hamish Marshall blog Cricket attracts record crowds for domestic and international games 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

    Original URL path: http://www.gloscricket.co.uk/gloucestershire-county-cricket-club-is-seeking-to-appoint-a-new-treasurer-effective-april-2016/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Bike rides, benefit dinners and the All Blacks – Hamish Marshall blog | Gloucestershire Cricket
    than 130 000 so far and it was good fun to be involved with A lot of big names took part including Darren Gough Rob Key Geraint Jones and Matt Maynard and it is all for a great cause I didn t have much of a chance to train beforehand the longest rides I had done were only 30mins to an hour so I found it pretty tough physically There were a lot of hills and a lot of moaning and groaning from the cricketers but everyone helped each other out and we tried to stay together as a group The evenings provided a good chance to catch up with people over dinner and enjoy a well earned beer As a proud New Zealander I was delighted to be at Twickenham to watch the All Blacks beat Australia to win the rugby World Cup I went with James Fuller who had a spare ticket and it was a great day out I also went to the quarter final in Cardiff which was fantastic The Millenium Stadium is one of the best places to watch sport in the world I have always loved my rugby I think you have to growing up in New Zealand I used to play scrum half and a bit on the wing at school before having to stop to concentrate on my cricket November 27 is the closing dinner of my benefit year It takes place at the County Ground and we have former New Zealand captain and commentator Jeremy Coney as the guest speaker If you would like to book tickets please email marshysbenefit2015 gmail com It has been a good year and I have had great support from so many people the way and I want to say a big thank you to everyone

    Original URL path: http://www.gloscricket.co.uk/bike-rides-benefit-dinners-and-the-all-blacks-hamish-marshall-blog/ (2016-02-12)
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