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  • Top 10 T20 stars coming to Gloucestershire in 2016 | Gloucestershire Cricket
    prolific batsmen on the planet Gloucestershire v Sussex NatWest T20 Blast Click here for tickets Who Jacques Rudolph Glamorgan When Friday 10 June at the Bristol County Ground Why The experienced South African led his side to victory at Bristol in the Blast last year with an impressive 101 not out off 71 balls He went on to make more than 400 runs in the competition at an average of over 40 In total he has nearly 30 000 career runs including over 3300 in T20s Gloucestershire v Glamorgan NatWest T20 Blast Click here for tickets Who Chris Gayle Somerset When Friday 17 June at the Bristol County Ground Why There are sure to be fireworks when the self styled World Boss rolls into town with Somerset for the West Country derby The West Indian smashed 329 runs in three innings in last year s NatWest T20 Blast and recently hit the joint fasted T20 50 of all time off just 12 balls for the Melbourne Renegades in the Big Bash League At times controversial but never less than box office Gayle has scored the only World Cup double hundred has two Test match triple centuries and holds the record for the most sixes in T20 with 618 in 234 matches Gloucestershire v Somerset NatWest T20 Blast Click here for tickets Who Aaron Finch and Sam Curran Surrey When Wednesday 6 July at the Bristol County Ground Why The visit of Surrey offers the chance to see a world class player of the present and one for the future in the form of Australia T20 captain Aaron Finch pictured and allrounder Sam Curran One of the world s most destructive batsmen Finch is best remembered on these shores for his T20 world record 156 v England three years ago An allrounder for frightening potential Sam brother of Surrey bowler Tom and son of former Gloucestershire player Kevin became Surrey s second youngest debutant aged 17 and has starred for England Under 19 in the World Cup A left arm swing bowler and stylish batsman Glos fans will recall his valiant 37 in the RL Cup final that threatened to the game away Gloucestershire v Surrey NatWest T20 Blast Click here for tickets Who Sam Billings and Sam Northeast Kent Spitfires When Friday 8 July at the Bristol County Ground Why Coming three days after England play Pakistan in a T20 international is it unclear whether one Sam or two will be on show on July 8 but both are worth the admission fee alone Billings has established himself as one of England s most exciting young batsmen in limited overs cricket while only Kent skipper Northeast was the third highest scorer in last year s Blast Gloucestershire v Kent NatWest T20 Blast Click here for tickets Who Ravi Bopara Essex Eagles When Sunday 17 July at the Cheltenham Cricket Festival Why The combination of the historic Cheltenham Cricket Festival and the thrills and spills of the modern game are a

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  • Young batsmen to benefit from India experience | Gloucestershire Cricket
    of the current first team squad Chris Dent Ian Cockbain Jack Taylor Craig Miles Matt Taylor and Miles Hammond are just some of the players who have benefited from the experience in the past Gloucestershire Academy director Owen Dawkins who is accompanying the players on the trip said It is a tough experience but a great development opportunity for them They will have the chance to bat all day against the local bowlers and develop their skills on surfaces that are completely different to what they are used to A lot of our lads have gone through this now and it has given them a fresh perspective on how the game is played and what they need to do to be successful in different conditions As well as Gloucestershire s young players the Global Cricket School has been used by the England Lions Under 19s MCC Young Cricketers and a number of other county sides During their stay there Jordan Joe and Matt will have the opportunity to work with top local coaches that in the past have included the likes of India legend VVS Laxman and Pakistan batsman Hanif Mohammed Owen said As well as being a good opportunity for the players it is also a great chance for me and Steve Cashmore Second XI assistant coach to learn from the coaches out there The three batsmen going to India are among a number of young Gloucestershire players who are touring overseas this winter Academy players Brandon Allen and Ben Charlewsorth are touring the Caribbean with their school St Edwards while Dominic Hooper Claverham and Josh Smith Lansdown head to Sri Lanka with a Gloucestershire Cricket Board county junior squad In addition to these players Academy wicketkeeper Patrick Grieshaber has spent the winter playing in Australia The trip to

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  • Tye picked for World T20 and IPL | Gloucestershire Cricket
    out there every game trying to do the best you can and some games you do well some you don t The selectors obviously thought I d done well in the games and with the chances I ve had and I m eternally grateful to them Despite not playing a game for the Chennai Super Kings in the 2015 IPL Andrew says that being part of the squad will stand him in good stead for the World T20 which is being held in India He said Just being around the team learning in those environments and bowling to some of the best players in the world was unbelievable It really gave me a good understanding of how to bowl in those conditions Some of that experience will help benefit me going into the World Cup While Tye was hotly tipped for selection he is part of a 15 man Australia World T20 squad that contains a number of surprises Test and One Day captain Steve Smith takes over the reins from Aaron Finch who is battling to be fit while wicketkeeper Peter Nevil replaces Mathew Wade despite never having played white ball cricket for his country In total 10 of the 15 players picked for the India T20 series miss out while left arm spinner Ashton Agar is selected for the first time Much to the bafflement of Gloucestershire fans prolific batsman Michael Klinger has once again been overlooked despite an incredible last 18 months where he has continued to dominate attacks on both sides of the world Australia s first game is against New Zealand on March 17 for the full squad see below Australia World T20 squad Steve Smith c David Warner vc Ashton Agar Nathan Coulter Nile James Faulkner Aaron Finch John Hastings Josh Hazlewood Usman Khawaja

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  • Gloucestershire announced as one of five hosts for ICC Women’s World Cup in 2017 | Gloucestershire Cricket
    received to achieve this local councils commercial and educational partners as well as the recreational game have all played significant roles in making this happen Being a host for the ICC Women s World Cup in 2017 furthers our commitment to developing the Women and Girl s game and with our confirmation as a Women s Cricket Super League WCSL host only last month we are set well to really push on in this area The allocation of these matches also confirms that over the next 4 years Gloucestershire County Cricket Club are scheduled to host more full One Day International Cricket Men s and Women s than any other county in England and Wales We are immensely proud of this achievement and look forward to the growth to grass roots cricket this should drive as well as the benefits it will clearly bring to the County side Steve Elworthy ECB s Director of Events said This is a very exciting time for the women s game in this country and staging a Women s World Cup here will really help drive interest and participation in women s cricket at every level It s critical we use this event to reach out to young children in particular so we ve moved the tournament start date to earlier in the summer a decision which will help our host venues encourage attendance by engaging with schools in the build up to the event Clare Connor ECB s Director of England Women s Cricket and Chair of the ICC Women s Cricket Committee said At a global level the introduction of the ICC Women s Championship has made our game more competitive and exciting than ever before It has created global context and meaning to all our ODI series whereby the result of

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    a right handed batsman who played in 80 first class matches between 1959 and 1962 including 76 for Gloucestershire whom he captained in 1961 and 1962 He shared a record second wicket stand for Gloucestershire of 256 with Tom Graveney versus Derbyshire at Chesterfield in 1960 scoring 137 In the 1960 season as a whole he scored 1 011 runs at an average of 21 51 At the end of the 1960 season Pugh whose batting according to the Daily Telegraph hardly surpassed old Etonian standards was controversially appointed captain of Gloucestershire Graveney who he replaced subsequently resigned from the county and joined Worcestershire Pugh s first season as captain in 1961 was spoilt by injury he broke his jaw and missed 18 games Having ducked into a full toss from David Larter he not only suffered a broken jaw but was also given out LBW for a duck In April 1962 Pugh organised a tour to Bermuda during which the county played a soccer match against the island team with Stanley Matthews guesting for Gloucestershire On the three week tour the county team played ten cricket matches against local teams Pugh played in every match in 1962 but his batting returns were modest and he averaged only 15 in County Championship matches He was surprisingly sacked from the captaincy at the end of the 1962 season despite the fact that Gloucestershire finished fourth in the table and had won 9 out of their last 15 matches Gloucestershire won 14 matches under Pugh s captaincy that season The Club sends its condolences to Tom s Family Glos new signing Tye named Scorchers Fans Player of the Season Top 10 T20 stars coming to Gloucestershire in 2016 News All News Cricket News Club news Community News News Archive 2016 News Archive

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  • Glos new signing Tye named Scorchers Fans’ Player of the Season | Gloucestershire Cricket
    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 Glos new signing Tye named Scorchers Fans Player of the Season Posted on 4 February 2016 Gloucestershire s new signing Andrew Tye has been voted as the Perth Scorchers Fans Player of the Season for Big Bash League 05 Tye finished with the fourth most wickets in BBL 05 tallying 13 dismissals from nine games with an economy rate of 7 05 and average of 18 The 29 year old s good form led to his maiden Australia T20 International call up The club ran an online poll last week which concluded on Sunday night and Tye attracted 32 per cent of the votes Tye finished ahead of Shaun Marsh 17 33 per cent in second Michael Klinger was also voted into the top three and finished on an equal number of votes to David Willey Watch Andrew Tye and Michael Klinger in action this summer with tickets to the NatWest T20 Blast click here for more information Tickets now on sale for Gloucestershire s 2016 NatWest T20 Blast campaign GLOUCESTERSHIRE CRICKET SADDENED BY THE DEATH OF FORMER CAPTAIN TOM PUGH 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

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  • Gloucestershire v Glamorgan | Gloucestershire Cricket
    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 overs when Fuller tried to drive off spinner Salter over long on and was caught in juggling fashion on the boundary by Penrhyn Jones A free scoring afternoon session containing over 200 runs was capped by Dent reaching 250 in the final over an achievement which was warmly applauded by the Glamorgan players He lost ninth wicket partner David Payne to Salter shortly after tea and finally succumbed himself to a catch taken at the second attempt by Wagg at deep mid wicket also off Salter It took a discussion between the umpires to confirm Dent s departure for 268 a score which included 34 fours and two sixes Gloucestershire s first innings total of 558 by some distance their highest of the season gave them a lead of 125 and left Glamorgan 27 overs to bat before the close In weak autumnal sunshine Rudolph and Kettleborough were as untroubled as the Gloucestershire batsmen earlier in the day Skipper Will Tavare used five bowlers but there was no breakthrough Rudolph calmly completing a 70 ball half century with eight fours Glamorgan will resume on the final day on 88 without loss only 37 behind and with the draw the most likely outcome Day 2 A third century of the season for opener Chris Dent was the backbone of Gloucestershire s response to a big Glamorgan total on the second day of the final Championship match of the season at the Bristol County Ground Dent made 102 not out and shared in a century partnership with Hamish Marshall as Gloucestershire made 243 3 in reply to Glamorgan s 433 all out before bad light ended play for the day shortly after five o clock Earlier in the day Gloucestershire had taken the last six Glamorgan wickets for 95 runs before lunch with Tom Hampton opening his Championship tally when he trapped Graham Wagg lbw for 24 Listen to Chris Dent s thoughts on the day here Glamorgan began the day in a strong position on 338 4 and with Aneurin Donald only nine runs away from a maiden Championship century The new ball was however due after only three overs play 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 mid wicket off Meschede brought up his third Championship hundred of the summer constructed from 154 balls and containing one six and a dozen fours Howell punished Penrhyn Jones and Meschede to the tune of five quick fire boundaries and he d reached 40 not out within an unbeaten stand of 74 in 15 overs when umpires Nigel Cowley and Paul Baldwin decided the light was too poor to continue leaving Gloucestershire still needing 40 runs to avoid the follow on when play resumes on Thursday morning Day

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  • Match Reports | Gloucestershire Cricket
    beat Leicestershire 314 by one run Outstanding fielding made the difference as Gloucestershire made it two wins in as many games after an exciting finish to a wonderful game at Grace Road Leicestershire had looked dead Continue reading Gloucestershire v Derbyshire Gloucestershire s first home game in the group stages of the Royal London Cup saw them beat Derbyshire by 6 wickets at the Bristol County Ground Those bare facts hide an extraordinary finish where Benny Howell struck the last ball of Continue reading Yorkshire v Gloucestershire Both Yorkshire and Gloucestershire s cricketers were left frustrated yesterday afternoon after rain brought a premature end to their opening match in the Royal London One Day Cup at Scarborough However despite the home side s big name batting line up Michael Klinger s men could Continue reading Glos beat Glamorgan in five over game but miss out on Blast quarter finals Glos beat Glamorgan in five over game but miss out on Blast quarter finals Gloucestershire beat Glamorgan by eight wickets in a match reduced to five overs a side but missed out on a place in the NatWest T20 Blast quarter finals after Essex v Kent was abandoned Michael Klinger s men finished an agonising Continue reading Women s Royal London One Day International England v Australia England were unable to pull off a record chase as a Meg Lanning inspired Australia levelled the Women s Ashes Series at 2 2 with a 63 run victory Lanning hit her sixth one day international ton before ending England s opening partnership with a superb Continue reading Gloucestershire v Leicestershire LV County Championship Cheltenham College Ground 15 July 2015 Day 4 For the first time since 1998 it s a tale of two Championship wins for Gloucestershire at the Cheltenham Festival after they completed a 155 run victory over Leicestershire shortly before tea on the final day of the match Continue reading MARRIAGE WORKS HOWELL GUIDES GLOS TO HANTS T20 WIN A DAY AFTER GETTING HITCHED MARRIAGE WORKS HOWELL GUIDES GLOS TO HANTS T20 WIN A DAY AFTER GETTING HITCHED Gloucestershire kept their slim hopes of reaching the NatWest T20 Blast quarter finals with a five wicket win over Hampshire in a low scoring match at Cheltenham A day after getting married Benny Howell 31 hit the winning runs against his Continue reading BLAKE BLASTS KENT TO THREE WICKET WIN IN CHELTENHAM T20 CLASH BLAKE BLASTS KENT TO THREE WICKET WIN IN CHELTENHAM T20 CLASH Alex Blake all but ended Gloucestershire s chances of reaching the NatWest T20 Blast quarter finals after smashing 59 off 24 balls to see Kent home to a three wicket win in front of a sell out crowd at the Cheltenham Festival Although Continue reading Gloucestershire v Northants LV County Championship Cheltenham College Ground Day 2 Among Cheltenham s 273 previous first class matches not many will have had a day like this Nearly 500 runs 17 wickets and a career best score by a man batting at

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