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  • Northants end Gloucestershire’s unbeaten run | Gloucestershire Cricket
    another go at securing a home quarter final at home to Surrey Gloucestershire came into the encounter having won five of their six matches in the competition this year with one no result but they slumped to 20 for three after opting to bat first After Rory Kleinveldt had bowled Chris Dent for a five ball duck Stone removed fellow opener Will Tavare and captain Geraint Jones in the space of three balls before Gareth Roderick and Benny Howell added a semblance of respectability to proceedings The pair added 89 for the fourth wicket but when well set and Roderick past fifty in 67 balls Howell sent his partner back looking for a sharp single and Roderick was run out by Ben Duckett for 57 Crook had Kieran Noema Barnett and Jack Taylor both caught behind in successive overs and then ended a mini resurgence of 49 between Howell and James Fuller by removing the latter for 31 Crook had his fourth caught behind his third four wicket haul in List A cricket when he got an edge off Craig Miles while Howell was last man out for 80 off 113 balls to leave Northants a paltry victory target An opening stand of 80 between Cobb and David Willey got the chase off to a solid start Several moments of fortune including Cobb being dropped by Dent at second slip on 16 aided their progress Howell made the breakthrough trapping Willey in front for 41 although Cobb went to a second half century in the competition from 68 balls But trying to find the shortest boundary on the ground in Miles Hammond s first over the opener picked out deep midwicket Cobb was the second wicket in a collapse of three for six Before Cobb s dismissal there were two caught and bowled dismissals for off spinner Jack Taylor First Ben Duckett and then Rob Keogh for a fourth ball duck After 111 for one became 170 for six when Crook gifted Hammond a wicket Wakely was on hand to steer his side home a straight six off Dent the pick of his strokes in a unbeaten 31 He and Kyle Coetzer playing for the first time in the competition this season added an unbroken 47 for the seventh wicket to settle any nerves I had a bit of luck because it was my birthday Cobb said But we ve made it hard in the last two games with the bat and we ve spoke about taking the chance if we get another in what is effectively a final at Headingley James Fuller s opening spell was one of the best we ve faced in a long time and to come through that was a great effort But we ve bowled really well Olly Stone bowled with real pace and Steven Crook was excellent again the bowlers did the hard work for us Gloucestershire coach Richard Dawson We didn t start the game with a bang We did well get

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  • Quarter final ticket information | Gloucestershire Cricket
    Events Community Programmes Fundraising Get involved Gloucestershire Cricket Board Gloucestershire Cricket Trust Gloucestershire News Quarter final ticket information Posted on 18 August 2015 Gloucestershire have qualified for a home quarter final The club is awaiting confirmation of the opposition and the date of the fixture which will either be the 25 th 26 th or 27 th of August A ticket on sale date will be released as soon as we know our fixture date Ticket prices will be as follows Special ticket offer for members 10 in advance 15 on the day Adults 15 in advance 20 on the day Kids go free Kids are aged 18 and under U16 s must be accompanied by an adult to gain entry into the ground Group offers also available in advance 5 or more 12 each 10 or more 10 each Tickets will be available to purchase online by phone and from the club reception Members will be able to purchase their ticket at the special offer price by going online and logging into their account calling the ticket office membership details will be requested from the club reception membership cards will be requested Sign up to the Gloucestershire Cricket email newsletter on the website homepage to make sure you don t miss out all of the news and updates Staff raise over 1300 for BRAMS charity Home RLODC quarter final secured despite Surrey defeat 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

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  • Match Preview: Taylor says there is more to come from unbeaten Glos ahead of Durham visit | Gloucestershire Cricket
    the visit of fourth placed Durham Since their abandoned match against Yorkshire Richard Dawson s men have held their nerve to secure victories in three nail biting finishes They beat Derbyshire and Leicestershire off the final ball of the match before winning with two balls to spare against Somerset This has been at odds with Glos NatWest T20 Blast form when they came out on the wrong end of close encounters on five separate occasions And Jack says the side have learned from the tight finishes in the T20 He said Being involved in those sort of games can only help We ve been there before and it s just about trying to keep as calm as we can and executing our skills and that s something we ve just done better this time I think with our bowling options and the depth we have in our batting this is a competition we back ourselves in Jack has played a key role in two of the One Day Cup victories making an unbeaten 24 off 13 balls including hitting the winning runs v Somerset and smashing 41 not out off 14 against Derbyshire And he says he has been pleased to play his part in the side s recent success He said It s been nice to be contributing especially to be there at the end to finish things off You just try to keep a clear head and think about where you want to hit the ball and back yourself to execute if the bowlers miss their areas After winning their first two completed matches Durham travel to Bristol having lost their last two to Surrey and Yorkshire It is the first time the two sides have met in six years and Jack says the lack of familiarity with the opposition could be an advantage He said They are a good side with a strong middle order and Chris Rushworth in good form with the ball but sometimes not knowing too much a is a good things as it allows us just to focus in ourselves Durham batsman Graham Clark who signed his first professional contract last week says his side will be looking to get their One Day campaign back on track this week Speaking to the Durham official website he said We don t dwell on what has gone on before We have to pick ourselves up and get a few victories under our belts to make sure we get in the draw for the last eight This is a good chance to put things right Three wins in a row in the competition will leave us in a really good place Gloucestershire Squad Klinger c Dent Roderick w Howell Jones Noema Barnett Taylor Fuller Miles Smith Payne Tavare Norwell Durham Squad Mark Stoneman c Paul Collingwood Phil Mustard w Scott Borthwick Graham Clark Ryan Pringle Gordon Muchall John Hastings Keaton Jennings Usman Arshad Chris Rushworth Jamie Harrison Calum MacLeod Opta Facts Of the seven completed List

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  • Fourth win in a row enhances quarter final hopes | Gloucestershire Cricket
    pulled square of the wicket Klinger did drive Jennings for a straight six towards the Ashley Down Road end and clearly taking encouragement from Jones aggression at the other end his usual efficiency was sprinkled with some deft improvisation especially to off spinner Pringle A second straight six brought up his half century off 50 balls and the earlier rain breaks looked incidental as a succession of bowling changes failed to stem the flow of boundaries Jones scored two boundaries playing the switch hit to Pringle of consecutive balls and his stand with Klinger was worth 106 when another short shower again forced the players off With 16 overs remaining and no further reduction made by the umpires Gloucestershire put their foot on the accelerator Jones reached his own fifty from 55 balls with five boundaries and a six before being bowled trying to attack Pringle once too often but far from the imputus being lost Benny Howell thrived on base set up for him He drove the recalled Hastings to long off and then pulled a huge six over mid wicket and there was more profit from the switch hit as Howell also struck back to back boundaries off Pringle With Klinger twice finding the rope when Arshad was brought back into the attack the 50 partnership took only 25 deliveries and it took the leg spin of Scott Borthwick strangely held back until the closing overs to check Howell s sprint towards his own half century when he was bowled for a rapid 45 which had included three sixes By this stage Klinger was 94 not out but therafter Chris Dent did his running for him although that was to be no barrier to another well crafted hundred completed off 95 balls with ten fours and three sixes Borthwick accounted for Noema Barnett 10 and Fuller 3 in the closing overs but Klinger still attacked the quicker bowlers again driving Hastings for a straight six to complete his highest score of the summer It was his last involvement in the match Geraint Jones taking the captaincy duties for Durham s reply With a required rate of seven an over the visitors showed early intent with skipper Mark Stoneham striking two sixes inside the first four overs His departure for 19 after lofting Payne to Jack Taylor at mid off set a pattern where batsmen threatened to make an impact but got out before they could do so Wicket keeper Mustard 28 fell to a smart catch by Chris Dent at short mid wicket off Benny Howell who also accounted for Borthwick with the assistance of a low diving catch in the deep by David Payne At half way Durham were 92 3 virtually on a par with the Gloucestershire score at the same stage and the stand between Clark and Muchall was probably the one phase where the visitors looked to have a realistic chance of getting close to their target Great appreciation of the team by the

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  • GCCC Cheltenham & North Cotswolds Region Festival Draw 2015 | Gloucestershire Cricket
    Horses Inn Mr Mrs Simpson 5 2 nights at Hotel Beausite Grouville Jersey Mr T Davies Swindon 6 50 Marks and Spencer voucher Chris Hardy Buckinghamshire 7 50 vouchers for Silver Moon Jewellers Matthew Dicks Cheltenham 8 50 vouchers for The Gardeners Arms Alderton Henry Leonard Gloucestershire 9 One month guest pass at Otium Leisure The Thistle Hotel Cheltenham Mr Morrison Gloucestershire 10 2 tickets for a match at Gloucester RFC Mr D Johnson Coventry 11 A spa day for 2 at Hallmark Hotel R A Pycraft Hampshire 12 A portrait photo shoot at home by Nick Hall Tony Ticktun Bristol 13 A dining voucher from The Spice Lodge A Wilcox Gloucestershire 14 A bottle of Champagne Shaun Roberts Bristol 15 40 vouchers for the Gloucestershire and Warwickshire Steam Railway Ron Peyton Gloucestershire 16 40 voucher for the butcher s shop Moreton in Marsh Helen Bill Griffin 17 3 month Membership at BS7 Gym Lucy Corrigan Bristol 18 Women s Ashes Tickets at Bristol R Huntley Swindon 19 A family ticket for Berkeley Castle R Huntley Bristol 20 A bottle of Glenmorangie Whisky R B Leonard Bristol 21 A cricket book Savory Haines Worcestershire 22 Gloucestershire cricket signed bat Roger Cook Bristol 23 A family ticket for the World Wetlands Trust Anna Elkin Gloucestershire 24 A voucher from Waterstone s Books Steve Hammer Caterham 25 Visit for 2 to Mill Dene Gardens Blockley Tony Kiely Coventry 26 A family ticket for the Motor Museum E Wilcox Gloucestershire 27 2 x family pass for the Birdland Mr C Willmore Bristol 28 2 x family Pass for the Birdland Bourton on the water Bill Maddy Leicestershire 29 A family Pass for Batsford Arboretum Leo Bateman Gloucestershire 30 A family pass for the falconry centre at Batsford Arboretum B Bettany Cheltenham 31 A

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  • Howell wants to help Glos challenge for trophies after signing new contract | Gloucestershire Cricket
    the new coaches I love Bristol I love playing with the guys and believe in the next couple of years we have a chance to win some trophies Benny who was born in France and came up through the Hampshire Academy has cemented his place in the team across all three formats this season enjoying particular success in the NatWest T20 Blast Renowned for his subtle variations in pace he has the best economy rate 7 25 of any seamer to bowl more than 50 overs in this year s competition He is also the third highest runscorer 173 of any player to take 17 wickets or more Looking ahead Benny says he wants to continue to develop his allround game and help the squad become a force across all three competitions He said I want to keep on becoming more of an allrounder making an impact with the ball and with the bat I hope the hundred will be a stepping stone to getting more runs and I hope to make the most of my chances to bat higher up the order As a team our bowling has been unbelievable The guys have been running in taking wickets and restricting runs I think if we can get runs on the board with that we can go a long way whether it s this season or the next or the next I think over the next couple of years this is a very good place to be Gloucestershire head coach Richard Dawson said he was pleased to have secured Benny s services for a further two years He said He s worked hard to earn his new contract He s been a consistent performer in one day cricket over the last few years and moving forward he will be a

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  • Howell’s honeymoon hundred sets up victory chance | Gloucestershire Cricket
    to the Leicestershire bowlers whose heads never dropped despite a long day in the field The morning session maintained the pattern of the match with every run cherished by the batting side Gloucestershire managed to add only 61 to their overnight score for the loss of Gareth Roderick who scored only eight runs in an hour before he feathered a catch to wicketkeeper Hill off McKay for 19 Hill had earlier badly missed stand in captain Michael Klinger off McKay when he had made 21 appearing to want to celebrate the catch before he truly gathered the ball Klinger s partnership with Roderick was ultimately worth 57 at that stage the highest of the match and Klinger himself went on to make a patient and valuable 60 with eleven fours in just over three hours before Hill held onto a second chance off Shreck who was to finish with five wickets This however was Benny Howell s day Initially defiant in defence he added 38 with Klinger but the former Hampshire all rounder had made only 20 with a solitary boundary from the first 100 balls he faced What followed was increasingly out of character with the rest of the match as Howell and new partner Noema Barnett warmed to their task as the sun broke through over the College Ground Neither had made a fifty in first class cricket this season so their cautious approach when they came together at 131 4 just 134 ahead was understandable Gradually though both played more positively and shortly before the new ball was due Howell pulled off spinner Niak into the members stand for six The return of opening bowlers Raine and McKay didn t disrupt the flow of either batsman and Howell reached his first fifty of the season off 156 balls with four fours and a six Noema Barnett had also passed his best score of the season by tea when he had reached 34 not out with a couple of particularly fine strokes one a straight drive to long off and the other through the covers At that stage the stand was worth 71 and the lead at 202 4 was 205 The question of a possible declaration was discussed among the assembled press during the tea interval but in the end it wasn t necessary as the game returned to a more normal Cheltenham pace in the final session Howell and Noema Barnett went up another gear adding 54 in only 6 overs Howell by now punishing anything short off the back foot Noema Barnett s first Gloucestershire half century including half a dozen boundaries and a pull through mid wicket for six and he d made 61 he drove Shreck to Smith at extra cover It was then fitting that Jack Taylor whose hundred had lit up the Northants win last week was then at the crease with Howell as he reached three figures going from 50 to his century sealing shot in only 46 deliveries with

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  • Wickets shared in second Championship win at Cheltenham | Gloucestershire Cricket
    victory In only his second over Miles sent Robson s off stump cartwheeling out of the ground and then saw Eckersley edge his first delivery to Michael Klinger at slip Cosgrove survived the hat trick ball but Leicestershire were 20 2 and their victory target of 325 already looked a long way away Any chance Leicestershire might have had hinged with their two left handers and for an hour Boyce and Cosgrove dealt almost exclusively in boundaries They gave little away despite a series of bowling changes until Kieran Noema Barnett trapped Boyce lbw for 22 His slow trudge towards the pavilion suggested he thought there was a nick and when Benny Howell removed Cosgrove also lbw in the next over the door towards back to back Championship wins looked to be well and truly open James Fuller has begun the morning from the College Lawn end but a switch to the Chapel end brought a fifth wicket ten minutes before lunch as Greg Smith was caught by Chris Dent at second slip for 4 It left Leicestershire 77 5 and a run of defeats clearly looked to have sapped any confidence they might have had to bat time on a slow pitch As had been the case throughout the match mastering the wicket required patience and plenty of it but only Ali and Raine broke a procession of wickets with a stand of 54 coming together after substitute fielder Miles Hammond plucked out a fine catch off Fuller at gully to send back wicket keeper Hill for 10 Their efforts gave the Leicestershire score some respectability until Ali drove a ball back at bowler Jack Taylor who deflected it onto the stumps to run out Raine for 21 The off spinner then also had the chance to finish the

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