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  • Herring and Montgomery released | Gloucestershire Cricket
    involved Gloucestershire Cricket Board Gloucestershire Cricket Trust Gloucestershire News Herring and Montgomery released Posted on 1 October 2015 Cameron Herring and Robbie Montgomery have left Gloucestershire after the club decided not to renew their contracts Wicketkeeper Herring 21 made 15 appearances for the county in all competitions while allrounder Montgomery also 21 played in one T20 match Neither player featured for the First Team in 2015 Gloucestershire head coach Richard Dawson said Both Cameron and Robbie were committed hardworking members of the squad both on and off the pitch and everyone at the club would like to thank both of the players for their contributions to Gloucestershire We wish them all the best for the future in whatever they decide to do Herring had been with the club since 2011 after impressing in club cricket in his native Wales He spent a year on the Academy before signing professional terms in 2012 He played in 11 First Class matches and four T20s with a top score of 114 not out against Cardiff MCCU in 2014 Montgomery was born in Taunton but grew up in Perth representing Western Australia in junior cricket before returning to the UK He trialled with Gloucestershire in 2014 and made his debut against Glamorgan in theT20 later that same summer and was awarded a one year contract at end of the season James Fuller to leave Gloucestershire Cricket Academy graduates Gilmour and Hankins sign professional contracts 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

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  • James Fuller to leave Gloucestershire Cricket | Gloucestershire Cricket
    Board Gloucestershire Cricket Trust Gloucestershire News James Fuller to leave Gloucestershire Cricket Posted on 30 September 2015 Gloucestershire Cricket has today announced that James Fuller will be leaving the club from today the end of the 2015 season After playing for the club for five seasons he has decided not to accept the contract offered by the club The South African born fast bowler grew up in New Zealand and played for Otago before joining Gloucestershire as a British Passport holder in August 2010 He played a key role in this season s successful Royal London One Cup Campaign taking 15 wickets including 2 34 in the final where he dismissed Surrey openers Jason Roy and Steven Davies Everyone at Gloucestershire wishes him well for the future Michael takes two Player of the Year awards at PCA evening Herring and Montgomery released 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

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  • Glamorgan secure draw on flat Bristol wicket | Gloucestershire Cricket
    head coach Richard Dawson reflect on the day and the Championship season here The morning session was a grind on a wicket offering some gentle turn but little else to the Gloucestershire bowlers who would still at that point have harboured thoughts of a possible victory Tom Smith bowled unchanged for 13 overs from the Pavilion end but his solitary success was in the fourth over of the day as opener Kettleborough was caught in his crease and trapped lbw for 34 There were though other close moments with two big lbw appeals against Ingram who didn t play a shot and Donald sweeping both of which were turned down A very difficult chance to Tavare at short leg also off Smith didn t go to hand either Skipper Tavare rotated his seamers from the Ashley Down Road end and it was Payne who removed Rudolph for 69 before the deficit was erased the Glamorgan captain also falling lbw as Payne switched between round and over the wicket Teenager Donald joined the experienced Ingram as the visitors went into credit overall and Donald also survived a chance at 13 when substitute wicket keeper James Bracey looked to spill a catch down the leg side off Hampton The pair had added 61 and were within sight of lunch when the stand was broken by Donald s poor judgement of a single to Hamish Marshall Ingram sent him back to the striker s end but Marshall s accurate throw from mid wicket saw Donald out of his ground as Bracey broke the stumps When the players left the field the Glamorgan lead was 66 not enough at that point to assure safety What followed was a circumspect stand between Ingram and Cooke with both men intent on batting with minimal risk Ingram had already been in for 23 overs when Cooke joined him and his patience from a Glamorgan viewpoint was just what was required Ingram s fifty took 110 balls with five boundaries and one six a straight blow off Tom Smith Cooke was similarly watchful early on but soon recognised there were runs to be had and he also hit a six off Smith along with seven fours in a 76 ball half century completed just before the second new ball could be taken One final burst from Fuller and Payne produced nothing approaching a chance and by tea the 100 stand had been posted and the fourth wicket pair had batted together for 31 overs The only question appeared whether both could complete centuries before the captains inevitably shook hands In the end in weather as good as at any point in the season and on a pitch which fitted the same profile it was a pull to the square leg boundary by Ingram off Will Tavare that signalled an end to proceedings It took the South African to three figures partner Cooke having beaten him to his hundred by 85 deliveries cutting Dent to the boundary in the

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  • Dawson declares Dent’s 268 “top class” | Gloucestershire Cricket
    arms and saw his off stump knocked out of the ground by Michael Hogan for 40 and Kieran Noema Barnett had made only five when he pushed tentatively at a ball from Craig Meschede and was caught at point by Andrew Salter At that stage 21 runs were still required but Jack Taylor dispelled any tension there might have been with a bright and breezy 35 batting in the sort of fashion which has been so effective in limited overs cricket this summer He took four boundaries off an over from Meschede and two more from Dewi Penrhyn Jones before trying to pull the same bowler to deep square leg and top edging a catch to wicketkeeper Cooke All the while Chris Dent was quietly accumulating runs at the other end edging towards improving his Championship best score 153 made against Kent at Cheltenham in 2013 He also played the most aesthetically pleasing shot of the morning a text book cover drive off Penrhyn Jones Gloucestershire scored 90 runs in a morning session interrupted for 25 minutes by rain but it was when Tom Smith also top edged Penrhyn Jones to Cooke shortly before the second new ball was due that the flood gates opened up Fuller came in with attacking intent even though Gloucestershire were still 99 runs behind at 334 7 he was soon using his feet to come down the pitch and whip Meschede through mid wicket A straight drive off Hogan and a steer over the slips further annoyed the Glamorgan bowlers and with Dent looking in complete control the pair added 50 in only eight overs Dent passing his previous best Championship score 153 with a typical pull to mid wicket again off Meschede Whatever combination of bowlers were employed by Glamorgan captain Jacques Rudolph the runs continued to flow freely Dent scoring effortlessly on the leg side and Fuller mixing some smart singles with more forceful shots including one boundary clubbed through extra cover off Wagg The New Zealander had made one half century against Derbyshire earlier in the season but having narrowly missed one against Surrey Fuller was determined not to do so again and with Dent s encouragement he reached his fifty off 53 balls with seven fours Dent however was to reach not one but three personal landmarks during the afternoon The 24 year old left hander not only passed 1000 first class runs for the summer which included a half century in the Cardiff MCCU game in April but also 1000 Championship runs as he completed a first double hundred in the competition when he steered Penrhyn Jones into the offside for a single While the Glamorgan attack were tiring on a flat pitch the innings was an object lesson in Championship batting made from 274 deliveries with 27 boundaries and a solitary six A cut off Wagg took Dent beyond his previous highest score in a first class match and he and Fuller had put on 168 in 31

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  • Never say die – Submit your thoughts on our amazing cup journey | Gloucestershire Cricket
    Community About Us News Events Community Programmes Fundraising Get involved Gloucestershire Cricket Board Gloucestershire Cricket Trust Gloucestershire News Never say die Submit your thoughts on our amazing cup journey Posted on 24 September 2015 How did you follow the Royal London One Day Cup Final Were you at the match How did you react to the winning catch A new book wants to know your thoughts A book celebrating Gloucestershire s astonishing 2015 Royal London One Day Cup campaign is being published in time for Christmas and editor Tim Lezard wants your reminiscences of the final If you would like to appear in the book please email 150 words and a picture to lezard elmtreecottages co uk by October 12th Dent dominates Glamorgan attack Dawson declares Dent s 268 top class 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

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  • Dent dominates Glamorgan attack | Gloucestershire Cricket
    and it was give Gloucestershire the chance to restore some balance to the scorecard Donald was the first man to go having got to within two runs of his own personal milestone James Fuller from the Ashley Down Road end got some extra bounce and Donald in trying to cut a ball square off the back foot top edged to Chris Dent at second slip In the same over Lloyd having accumulated 47 with minimal effort tried to take his bat away to a ball that was too full and straight was clean bowled It was left to Wagg and Meschede to secure Glamorgan s fifth batting point which they did with a stand of 50 in nine overs before Wagg became Hampton s first Championship wicket Thereafter it was all down to Benny Howell who took the last three wickets for four runs in 21 balls as he removed Meschede for 28 Salter for one and Hogan for one two of them with the help of James Bracey the Academy keeper fielding as a substitute for Gareth Roderick The visitors had still scored 95 in 23 overs and it left Tavare and Dent three awkward overs to see out until lunch which they did without undue alarm Neither had got close to a century in any format this summer but on this occasion Dent settled in for a long stay at the crease Skipper Tavare edged Meschede to Cooke soon after lunch for eight and although Gareth Roderick came in as normal at number three Michael Hogan bowled a fine yorker to leave a big responsibility on the shoulders of Dent and Marshall Together the pair steadily put together an unbroken stand which occupied the rest of the afternoon session adding 133 in 30 overs with the bulk of the runs coming off the back foot a strength for both men Dent struck the first six of the match in off spinner Andrew Salter s opening over and the scoreboard ticked along with pulls and cuts to the fore as the Glamorgan bowlers found the pitch less and less responsive Two half centuries were brought up in the same Salter over Dent s off 89 balls with five boundaries and one six and Marshall s from 83 deliveries with seven fours Marshall s innings also took the New Zealander past 1000 runs in all cricket for Gloucestershire in 2015 As often happens however a lunch or tea break and a bowling change produced a breakthrough as Michael Hogan recalled for a second spell hurried Marshall 58 in the first over following the resumption and his edge was snapped up by keeper Cooke At 169 3 114 runs were still needed to avoid the follow on but Howell and Dent made a big hole in the deficit before bad light forced the players off Dent took his time to get going after tea but driving Hogan to the long off boundary seemed to release the shackles and a pull to

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  • Cricket News | Gloucestershire Cricket | Page 3
    24 year old Continue reading 18 September 2015 We are backing ourselves to bring the trophy back Jack Taylor on the RL Cup Final Jack Taylor believes Gloucestershire s team spirit could prove to be a decisive factor in helping them overcome Surrey in the Royal London One Day Cup Final He said We all get on and Continue reading 17 September 2015 Match abandoned at Canterbury Our LV County Championship match against Kent has been abandoned due to the conditions at Canterbury The weather prevented a single ball being bowled during the final three days of Continue reading 17 September 2015 Final countdown Dawson looks ahead to Lord s Richard Dawson is hoping the fans will play their part in bringing the glory days back to Gloucestershire ahead of Saturday s Royal London One Day Cup final The head coach praised Continue reading 17 September 2015 Craig Miles named in England s Performance Programme Squad this winter England selectors today announced that Craig Miles has been selected in an 18 man England Performance Programme EPP squad taking place this winter Led by Andy Flower the EPP winter programme Continue reading 16 September 2015 Dent believes final could be springboard to long term success Chris Dent says he hopes Gloucestershire s first Lord s final in 11 years will prove to be a springboard to even greater success The left hander believes Saturday s Royal London One Day Continue reading 15 September 2015 KENT v GLOUCESTERSHIRE RAIN PREVENTS PLAY ON DAY TWO Despite the best conditions of the match to date play was abandoned for the day in Canterbury where heavy overnight rain ruled out day two of our LV County Championship Continue reading 15 September 2015 SUPPORTERS PLAYER OF THE YEAR VOTE HERE As part of the End of Season Awards Dinner on Thursday 1 October we are asking for supporters to submit their vote for who they believe is Gloucestershire s Player Of The Continue reading 15 September 2015 JUST 15 OVERS PLAYED ON OPENING DAY AGAINST KENT Daniel Bell Drummond was the sole casualty of a rain ruined opening day in Canterbury where only 15 overs were bowled at the start of Kent s final home game of the Continue reading 14 September 2015 Kent Preview Hampton and Hankins could make debut as Roderick targets third Seamer Tom Hampton pictured could be in line to make his Gloucestershire debut against Kent after injury ruled fellow pacemen Liam Norwell and Craig Miles out of the trip to Continue reading 13 September 2015 Handscomb ready to take chance following international call up Peter Handscomb says he is will be ready if he gets the chance to make his international debut for Australia against England in the Royal London One Day series The 24 year old Continue reading 10 September 2015 Magic Michael tops MVP After scoring an unbeaten 137 to lead Gloucestershire to their first Lord s final in 11 years Michael Klinger s phenomenal one day form has

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  • Hamish Marshall Benefit – Christmas Dinner | Gloucestershire Cricket
    News Hamish Marshall Benefit Christmas Dinner Posted on 30 October 2015 Join Hamish Marshall for the final event of his benefit year and bring an end to a fantastic 2015 Enjoy a delicious Christmas Dinner at the Bristol County Ground on Friday 27 November Tickets are priced at 500 VAT for a table of 10 with individual tickets available on request 60 Tickets will include a drink on arrival a three course dinner and the opportunity to listen to guest speaker Jeremy Coney Many will recognise him not just from on the playing field but from behind a microphone when commentating on Sky There will be games a raffle and a live and silent auction We expect tickets to sell fast so please do not miss out For tickets please email marshybenefit2015 gmail com Dress Code Formal Cotswolds North Wiltshire Autumn Lunch Gloucestershire Cricket Corporate Golf Day 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

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