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  • Cockbain breaks wrist in net session at Cheltenham | Gloucestershire Cricket
    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 Cockbain breaks wrist in net session at Cheltenham Posted on 16 July 2015 Ian Cockbain will not be taking any further part in the current LV County Championship match against Leicestershire having sustained a fractured wrist whilst batting in the nets this morning Hear Ian s thoughts on the incident here Roderick holds innings together as wickets tumble Jones Dent Franklin to take on club all star team in Festival finale 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

    Original URL path: http://www.gloscricket.co.uk/team-news-from-gloucestershire-v-leicestershire-lvcc-day-2/ (2016-02-12)
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  • VIDEO: A message from England Skipper Edwards – 1 week to go! | Gloucestershire Cricket
    Today England Skipper Charlotte Edwards has asked the people of Bristol to show their support on Thursday July 23 Edwards captain will be aiming to lead England to a third consecutive Women s Ashes series victory this summer with a very experienced ODI squad named for the first three fixtures of the multi format series The Women s Ashes series will start on 21 July with the first Royal London ODI at the County Ground in Taunton The players will then play the second Royal London ODI at the Bristol County Ground on 23 July before the third and final 50 over match takes place at Worcestershire s New Road on 26 July Tickets are just 10 in advance for adults and 1 in advance for U19 s Click here to purchase Gloucestershire Cricket members get free entry by showing their membership card Gloucestershire will have a player on the field for the game at the Bristol County Ground after Izzy Patel from Frenchay CC was chosen to be mascot Izzy a year five pupil from St Augustine s RC Primary in Downend will lead the teams out after being chosen for the honour by the Chance to Shine cricket charity who fund much of the Gloucestershire Cricket Board s GCB work in schools Izzy joined Frenchay three years ago after taking part in a Chance To Shine girls after school club run by Frenchay coaches at her school She recently jointly led Frenchay U11 Girls to the Lady Taverners County Championship She has also become the first of two girls from St Augustine s to represent Gloucestershire Jones Dent Franklin to take on club all star team in Festival finale Runs remain precious at the College Ground News All News Cricket News Club news Community News News Archive 2016

    Original URL path: http://www.gloscricket.co.uk/support-us-in-bristol-against-australia-a-message-from-england-skipper-charlotte-edwards/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Somerset T20 preview: We must win all our remaining games – Klinger | Gloucestershire Cricket
    have played some very good cricket at times but need more players to come to the fore We have come out on the wrong side of some very close games A lot of our young players are still learning about the pressures of T20 cricket Gloucestershire do go in to Friday s match boasting the joint leading run maker and wicket taker in the NatWest T20 blast Despite making only two v Surrey Klinger has drawn level with Kent s Sam Northeast on 520 runs in this season s competition made from less games and with a far better average 130 Meanwhile Tom Smith s two for 24 against Surrey took the left arm spinner s wicket tally in the South Group to 20 a figure matched only by Essex seamer Shaun Tait Again Smith has the far better average 11 55 to Tait s 18 15 and a better economy rate at 7 21 having played in two less matches than the Australian Gloucestershire go into the match without injured pace trio Matt Taylor David Payne and James Fuller while Liam Norwell who played his first Blast match of the season on Wednesday is replaced in the squad by Miles Hammond Squad Michael Klinger C Hamish Marshall Ian Cockbain Peter Handscomb Benny Howell Geraint Jones Wkt Chris Dent Kieran Noema Barnett Jack Taylor Craig Miles Robbie Montgomery Tom Smith Miles Hammond Somerset Defeat to Glamorgan in their last Blast outing means Somerset need to beat Gloucestershire to keep their quarter final aspirations alive They are currently sixth in the South Group table a place and a point above their neighbours who have played one game more The home side have added Lewis Gregory and Craig Overton to the squad that was named for last Sunday s match Squad Probable Alfonso Thomas C Jim Allenby Johann Myburgh Peter Trego James Hildreth Tom Cooper Luke Ronchi W Timothy Groenewald Max Waller Jamie Overton Abdur Rehman Lewis Gregory Craig Overton What They Say Somerset Director of Cricket Matthew Maynard is warning his Somerset players to ignore recent form when arch rivals Gloucestershire visit Taunton in the NatWest T20 Blast tomorrow evening He says his team will need to improve their batting if they are to come away with the two points He said Everyone knows the form book goes out of the window in derby clashes whatever the sport It will be all about who performs best on the night and Gloucestershire have some dangerous potential match winners We will pay them full respect and have to do better with the bat than against Glamorgan when our top individual score was 39 It was probably our worst batting performance in the group matches so far because we have usually seen at least one batsman contribute a meaningful score There won t be many changes if any for the Gloucestershire game I m backing our top order batsmen to start firing again We know there will be a packed crowd and a fantastic

    Original URL path: http://www.gloscricket.co.uk/somerset-t20-preview-we-must-win-all-our-remaining-games-klinger/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Masterful Marshall sends Glos to 8 wicket derby win over Somerset | Gloucestershire Cricket
    dropped by the bowler two balls later before an eventful power play finished with the score on 47 1 No bowler has taken more wickets in the Blast than Tom Smith and he added to his tally when Peter Trego 2 picked out Hamish Marshall on the cover boundary to make it 51 2 Glos captain Michael Klinger unleashed second spinner Jack Taylor in the ninth over and he repaid him with his very first ball James Hildreth LBW for 5 and the score 60 3 after missing a reverse sweep The same shot nearly proved Tom Cooper s undoing but he was dropped by Kieron Noema Barnett at backward point in Taylor s next over With the score on 85 Howell picked up the crucial wicket of Myburgh for 38 caught Ian Cockbain at long off The same fielder failed to hang on to a tough chance off Cooper in the following over which was bowled by Smith The drops proved costly as the Australian combined with New Zealand wicketkeeper Luke Ronchi to put on 81 for the fifth wicket Taylor came in for particular punishment in the 17 th over as he was flayed for three slog swept sixes two from Ronchi one from Cooper as the score progressed to 141 4 Ronchi smashed two more maximums in the next over from Howell and another from Fuller before skying to Smith at point for 49 off just 22 balls Fuller then made it two in two balls as Cooper 38 bottom edged a slower to Geraint Jones who took a brilliant one handed catch Jamie Overton top edged a four off Miles in the final over to help the hosts finish on 174 6 In reply Glos openers Marshall and Klinger started patiently reaching 11 0 after two overs But they hit the accelerator pedal in the third over Klinger hitting three fours off Overton to make it 26 0 From here the pair continued to find the boundary with regularity scoring at least two fours in each of the next three overs to reach 62 0 by the end of the power play 15 ahead of the home side at the same stage The first six of the innings came in the eighth over as Klinger sent Max Waller straight back over his head At the halfway stage the visitors had moved on to 93 0 The two batsmen had been going shot for shot but Marshall reached his 50 first with a cover drive off Overton in the 11 th He hit a six and four off Allenby in the next over and seemed intent on winning the game with overs to spare Klinger reached his 50 in fortuitous fashion in the 13 th over as Alfonso Thomas dropped a dolly on the third man boundary and he scampered a two At the other end Marshall was going like a train and smote a towering six over square leg from Thomas in the 14 th to

    Original URL path: http://www.gloscricket.co.uk/masterful-marshall-sends-glos-to-8-wicket-derby-win-over-somerset/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Festival car parking | Gloucestershire Cricket
    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 Festival car parking Posted on 1 July 2015 Due to a high demand for car parking we have introduced the Brewin Dolphin Cheltenham Cricket Festival car parking permit for 2015 This new permit costs 40 00 and allows the holder to park at the Festival car park College Lawn Car Park every day subject to availability Permits can be purchased by calling 0117 910 8017 or over the counter in the main reception at the Bristol County Ground If you are a blue badge holder you do not need a permit to use parking facilities at the Festival Simply display your blue badge clearly on your dashboard Match day parking for all permit and blue badge holders College Lawn Car Park will be available on a first come first served basis and cannot be guaranteed Overflow and public car parking will be available at Reeves Field Parking on a day to day basis will be available for 8 Visiting the festival this year Read our helpful info guide Exiles Day at the Brewin Dolphin Cheltenham Cricket Festival 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

    Original URL path: http://www.gloscricket.co.uk/festival-car-parking/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Glos suffer agonising last ball defeat to Surrey in T20 Blast | Gloucestershire Cricket
    by putting Ansari into the stands But for the second time in the innings a wicket followed one ball later as the New Zealander was caught behind by Gary Wilson for 32 Benny Howell got off the mark with a single first ball but failed to add to it reverse sweeping one straight into the hands of Sam Curran at point off the bowling of the excellent Gareth Batty 1 20 to make it 79 4 In the 11 th over Ansari 1 27 and Wilson were convinced they had snared Jones caught behind but the umpire remained unmoved Jones and Handscomb continued to nurdle the ball for 1s and 2s before a four from the Australian off Sam Curran brought about the first boundary for 23 balls He moved past his previous highest Glos T20 score 29 with a boundary over mid off from Tom Curran 1 41 in the 15 th over but the visitors were still finding it hard to accelerate the scoring With five overs to go Glos were on 113 4 and in need of boundaries Jones reverse swept Mahmood for four in the 17 th but was struck a blow himself in the next over when he was floored by a Tom Curran ball that hit him in the mid riff The pair completed a single but a short break in play was needed for the wicketkeeper batsman to recover his composure When play resumed Handscomb holed out to Foakes at deep midwicket for 39 to leave Glos on 139 5 with 19 balls remaining Jones cleared the ropes off the first ball of the final over bowled by Tom Curran but that was the only boundary as the visitors finished on 154 5 Jones 37 Kieran Noema Barnett 4 Having seen how effective Batty and Ansari had been Klinger chose to open with Tom Smith Gloucestershire s most successful bowler in this year s competition He went for just four in a tight first over They progressed steadily to 24 0 before an action packed fifth over sparked the innings into life Roy followed up a six over mid off with a four through point He then skied one over wide long off which resulted in a terrible mix up and Tom Curran on his way run out by Marshall for 10 19 runs including three fours for Roy and a six for Sangakarra came of Norwell in the sixth over to leave Surrey on the same score 55 as Glos had been after the power play but one wicket better off The home side lost their second wicket in the next over when Roy 33 became Smith s 19 th Blast wicket of the season brilliantly stumped by Jones following a referral to the third umpire Benny Howell picked up a wicket in his first over when Wilson 4 hit a full toss straight down the throat of Miles on the square leg boundary to make it 62 3 Just as Glos

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  • Bristol bogey continues as Westley steers Essex home | Gloucestershire Cricket
    although he did survive a strong lbw appeal in Napier s first over With a new ball likely to be due just after lunch Essex captain James Foster wasn t going to give his bowlers long spells but a series of changes brought no other reward until Klinger and Jones had added 69 and Klinger had clipped Ryder through mid wicket to reach his second Championship century of the season off 185 balls with 13 fours It was therefore something of a surprise that he should perish against the gentle medium pace of Ryan Ten Doeschate who had taken only two wickets in Championship cricket this season To his credit Ten Doeschate found a near perfect length to catch Klinger in two minds finding the edge of the bat and Foster gleefully took a critical catch At that stage Gloucestershire were still eight runs behind and things took a further turn for the worse in the last ten minutes before lunch It s hard to know why Jones having reached 37 chose to attack slow left arm spinner Aron Nijjar in his first over Using his feet to go down the pitch he tried to loft the ball over mid on only to find Graham Napier in position to take a tumbling catch Nijjar was taken off straight away to give Napier the last over before the break and the long serving all rounder nipped out Jack Taylor trapping him lbw for five The lead was only 24 runs as the players headed for the pavilion With such a small advantage and the new ball due Gloucestershire s batting in the afternoon will have merely added to the frustration of losing Jones and Taylor in quick succession Fuller soon fell to a routine catch by Foster off Ryder but Miles joined Howell and showed again that his batting has some potential After a first ball dismissal in the first innings he hung around to add 69 with the tail ender s blend of good fortune mixed with some genuine strokes He d gone to 37 and just collected a seventh boundary behind point when he misjudged the length of a delivery from Ryder and chipped it to Salisbury at cover From there Howell had licence to throw the bat He lofted Ryder over long on for six and was within two runs of his first Championship fifty of the season when he was last out caught at deep extra cover by Browne off Porter Gloucestershire s second innings of 316 had almost matched Essex s first innings but the visitors were only left to chase 114 to win with 43 overs remaining on the day With a modest total to defend all Gloucestershire could do was attack and James Fuller s opening spell removed England captain Alistair Cook caught first ball by Chris Dent at second slip and fellow opener Browne who played a loose drive and was caught behind When Miles in his seventh over had Bopara also caught

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  • Ex-Gloucestershire Batsman Zaheer Abbas appointed ICC President | Gloucestershire Cricket
    player Zaheer Abbas pictured right who has today been confirmed as the next President of the International Cricket Council ICC Zaheer 67 had great success during his playing career He played 78 Tests and 62 ODIs from 1969 to 1985 in which he scored 5 062 and 2 572 runs respectively He also played in the 1975 1979 and 1983 ICC Cricket World Cups and captained Pakistan in 14 Tests and 13 ODIs With 108 centuries Zaheer is the only Asian batsman to have scored a century of first class centuries as he finished his 22 year career with 34 843 runs He had a long stint with Gloucestershire joining the county in 1972 where he stayed until 1985 During those thirteen years he played 206 first class games scoring over 16 000 runs He also managed over a thousand runs in the majority of his thirteen seasons and made over two thousand runs in a single season on two occasions 1976 and 1981 On thanking the ICC Board for confirming his nomination he said I feel truly honoured and humbled to be appointed as the President of the governing body of our great game This is the sport which has given us friendship respect recognition and an opportunity to serve our countries in different capacities Personally speaking it has given me more than I can ever possibly repay Everyone from Gloucestershire County Cricket Club would like to wish Zaheer the best of luck in his new role 250 more pupils inspired at second Glos Cricket schools day with video photos One T20 left in Bristol Sussex this Friday 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

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