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  • Amputees given first taste of cricket | Gloucestershire Cricket
    coaching session proved to be a memorable experience for both players and coaches alike In total around 30 children aged between three and 14 took part in games and practices covering the full range of cricket skills The GCB s Ralph Hardwick who ran the morning with fellow community coach Masoor Khan said It was one of the most fun and inspiring sessions I have ever done The kids were so enthusiastic and were just loving it The focus was on what they could do rather than what they couldn t and it was remarkable to see the way they adapted to cope with the different challenges they faced The majority had never played cricket before and a number of them showed real potential Hopefully this will help spark their interest and get them to think about joining one of our disability teams in the future The cricket session was part of Pushing the Boundaries a whole day of activities at the home of Gloucestershire Cricket The event was designed to be an opportunity for child and adult amputees and their families to come together have fun share experiences and get support and advice from experts The day also featured inspiring talks from Paralympians and a range of other activities including multi sports and indoor curling Gloucestershire currently has two cricket teams for people with disabilities one at Frocester CC and the other at Frenchay CC During the winter the two are running joint coaching sessions on Sundays at Thornbury Leisure Centre For more information please email GCB projects and programmes manager Chris Munden at chris munden glosccc co uk or ring 07557 924941 The photo was taken Giulietta Verdon Roe on behalf of the Meningitis Research Foundation Gloucestershire Cricket to host 2015 Women s Ashes Series Match in Bristol

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  • Sportsman’s lunch success | Gloucestershire Cricket
    individual s taste Ian Saxelby gave a short speech to promote Hamish Marshall s Benefit Year in 2015 It sounds like there will be a number of attractive activities to support For more information click here Terry Norris who organised the John Higson table gave an update on John and then proposed the Loyal Toast to Her Majesty The Queen Guests also toasted John Higson and our already much missed former player and President David Allen who had hosted the last couple of Sportsman s Lunches After a raffle where the case of Tribute Beer kindly provided by St Austell Brewery was won by long standing supporter Dougie Davies we settled down to the main event which was a talk given by our very special guest Bob Champion Bob took us on a fascinating journey recounting his life as a National Hunt jockey I must admit after hearing what they go through each day to race I am full of admiration It was fascinating to hear the background story to his Grand National win on Aldaniti in 1981 and as you can imagine there s so much more to Bob s life than that one race It was inspiring to hear of the wonderful work that The Bob Champion Cancer Trust carries out to lead the fight against this terrible disease A true legend To read more about this worthwhile cause click here The sun was setting as we made our way out of the ground but all agreed we had really enjoyed ourselves We have provisionally booked Friday 20 November 2015 for the next Sportsman s Lunch so put this date in your diary and come along The next Bristol Region event will be the ever popular Christmas Tree sale at the Bristol County Ground on Saturday 13 December

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  • Community News | Gloucestershire Cricket | Page 3
    Cricket Continue reading 31 July 2014 Primary school pupil gets to see winning car design unveiled at the Brewin Dolphin Cheltenham Cricket Festival This weekend primary school pupil Tom Lumley saw his Cheltenham Cricket Festival inspired design immortalised on a smart car after winning the competition of a lifetime The 10 year old from St Continue reading 24 July 2014 CREATING A WORLD CLASS DESTINATION FOR WORLD CLASS CRICKET CREATING A WORLD CLASS DESTINATION FOR WORLD CLASS CRICKET IN BRISTOL Background and vision what floodlights will bring to the club Gloucestershire County Cricket Club has already been massively Continue reading 18 July 2014 Ex players reminisce about Cheltenham Festival ahead of memories match with audio England players from yesteryear including Graeme Foxy Fowler and Pat Pocock have been sharing their recollections of the Cheltenham Cricket Festival ahead of Gloucestershire s T20 match with Surrey on July 18 Continue reading 17 July 2014 Schoolchildren take centre stage at Cheltenham Festival including radio interviews More than 500 schoolchildren from across the county took centre stage on day two of the Brewin Dolphin Cheltenham Cricket Festival Pupils from 15 schools took part in a mass Continue reading 17 July 2014 Cricket charity seeks Glos fans to make a difference in Africa Gloucestershire Cricket Board communications officer Luke Sellers pictured is calling on the county s cricket fans to use their love of the game to make a difference in Africa UK cricket development and HIV AIDS awareness Continue reading 11 July 2014 Mercedes Benz and smart team up with Gloucestershire Cricket Mercedes Benz and smart of Cheltenham Gloucester team up with Gloucestershire Cricket to inspire Cheltenham schoolchildren Primary school pupil Tom Lumley will have his Cheltenham Cricket Festival inspired design immortalised on Continue reading 3 July 2014 Tom Smith s words of wisdom inspire youth team victory Gloucestershire s Tom Smith helped the county s under 14 team return to winning ways after offering some words of wisdom on how to create more energy in the field Having lost Continue reading 27 June 2014 Local Councillors impressed with Gloucestershire s new facilities GLOUCESTERSHIRE COUNTY CRICKET CLUB SHOWS OFF ITS NEW FACILITIES Gloucestershire County Cricket Club recently invited local councillors on a tour of its improved facilities at the Bristol County Ground which Continue reading 26 June 2014 Christ Church Downend do the double at county Kwik Cricket finals day Christ Church Downed has done the double after winning both of Gloucestershire s Kwik Cricket county finals The school beat Henleaze to take home the open title for boys and girls Continue reading 26 June 2014 More than 800 pupils play on the County Ground during schools day More than 800 schoolchildren followed in the footsteps of Gloucestershire s cricketing greats by playing on the Bristol County Ground Pupils from more than 20 schools showed off their catching skills Continue reading 25 June 2014 Hundreds of pupils pack in for Gloucestershire Schools Day More than 800 pupils will pack into the Bristol County Ground

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  • Liam Norwell | Gloucestershire Cricket
    Norwell Age 24 Born Bournemouth England Squad number 24 Sponsor Proper Cornish Batting LV County Championship 2015 Innings Top Score Not Out Runs Avg 19 19 9 83 8 30 Royal London One Day Cup 2015 Innings Top Score Not Out Runs Avg 1 6 0 6 6 00 NatWest T20 Blast 2015 Innings Top Score Not Out Runs Avg 0 0 0 0 0 Bowling LV County Championship 2015 Matches Overs Runs Wickets Avg 14 480 1525 61 25 00 Royal London One Day Cup 2015 Matches Overs Runs Wickets Avg 3 21 110 2 55 00 NatWest T20 Blast 2015 Matches Overs Runs Wickets Avg 2 7 82 0 Liam signed a two year contract in July 2010 having come through the GCCC Academy and was selected in the national Elite Player Development squad to play Sri Lanka Under 19s at Loughborough that summer The 2011 season saw him burst onto the County Championship scene by taking 6 46 on debut in the opening game against Derbyshire at Bristol Unfortunately after just a few more appearances Liam was sidelined by a stress fracture in his back But he had already shown enough promise to be awarded an extension to his contract at the end of the season Liam took 22 wickets in nine Championship appearances in 2012 including a best of 5 51 and claimed 6 52 against Leicestershire in a CB40 game The 2013 season brought more injury frustration but he still featured in five Championship matches Captain 2 Michael Klinger C 9 Hamish Marshall V Batsmen Wicketkeepers 13 Benny Howell 15 Chris Dent 27 Gareth Roderick 28 Ian Cockbain George Hankins 4 Will Tavare Brandon Gilmour Bowlers 68 Andrew Tye 88 Miles Hammond 14 David Payne Chris Liddle 24 Liam Norwell 36 Matt Taylor 16 Tom

    Original URL path: http://www.gloscricket.co.uk/player/liam-norwell/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Fuller says Glos in confident mood ahead of Essex T20 clash – with video | Gloucestershire Cricket
    I guess we will be looking to bat the way we did against Middlesex and bowl the way we did against Sussex and hopefully that formula will bring us the victory Fuller has made a good start to white ball cricket in 2015 taking the vital scalps of England internationals Nick Compton against Middlesex and Luke Wright vs Sussex Sharks He was also promoted up the batting order against the Sharks but with the likely return of Michael Klinger this Sunday the pack may well be shuffled again for the Essex match Klinger returns to Nevil Road after winning this year s Big Bash League with Perth Scorchers and finishing as the tournament s highest run scorer And Fuller says the squad are looking forward to having him back in the dressing room He said It will be massive He s a huge part of our campaigns on all fronts T20 Championship and One Day He s consistently been a big run scorer not just here but in the Big Bash League He brings stability to the top of the order He is experienced he knows so much and the guys are really looking forward to having him back While recognising that Gloucestershire s batsmen will need to be in better form against Essex than in the previous match vs Sussex Sharks Fuller reserved special praise for opener Hamish Marshall who made 56 in 38 balls against Middlesex and 45 in 26 balls at Hove and Ian Cockbain who made a career best 91 not out vs Middlesex He said Hamish is a very delicate batsman Some of the shots are amazing the flicks especially To have that confidence and skill to flick the ball over fine leg constantly he doesn t miss out much is really impressive Then you

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  • Match Preview: Return of the Kling – Michael’s back for Essex T20 Match | Gloucestershire Cricket
    games with the addition of Michael Klinger who replaces Ian Cockbain as captain Essex led by Ryan Ten Doeschate have also named a 14 strong squad that includes Ravi Bopara who is back from the IPL alongside Australian fast bowler Shaun Tait They are hopeful that New Zealand allrounder Jesse Ryder and experienced batsman Mark Pettini will both be available following injury Gloucestershire From 2 Michael Klinger capt 15 Chris Dent 28 Ian Cockbain 54 Peter Handscomb 9 Hamish Marshall 8 Geraint Jones wkt 11 Kieran Noema Barnett 13 Benny Howell 10 Jack Taylor 26 James Fuller 6 Tom Smith 14 David Payne 36 Matt Taylor 20 Robbie Montgomery Essex From 27 Ryan ten Doeschate Capt 24 Mark Pettini 10 Nick Browne 76 Jesse Ryder 25 Ravi Bopara 83 Greg Smith 8 Kishen Velani 7 James Foster wkt 17 Graham Napier 51 Adeel Malik 12 Callum Taylor 9 David Masters 6 Reece Topley 4 Shaun Tait Opta Stats Gloucestershire s win against Essex at Cheltenham last year was their first in five attempts against the Eagles Essex s 122 run win against Gloucestershire in 2011 was the third largest run margin victory in English T20s Ravi Bopara has reached 50 in three of his five T20 innings against Gloucestershire averaging 56 8 with a strike rate of 142 8 Chris Dent has scored 117 runs from the 73 balls he has faced against Essex being dismissed twice View from the oppostion Speaking after losing their first two matchs to Surrey and Hampshire respectively Essex captain Ryan ten Doeschate said I m not overly concerned about the two defeats at this stage but I must say that the way we ve played is a slight concern We wanted to get some positive results quickly in this competition and so we need to get some wins on the board soon but as I say it was the way in which we lost our first two matches which has been particularly disappointing Being without Ravi Bopara Mark Pettini and Tom Westley for both matches and then having Jesse Ryder also missing the Surrey game obviously wasn t helpful but there are no excuses for the manner of the defeats We are under pressure in the two games this weekend to get some positive results but having said that it doesn t help anyone to start panicking What we will do is go back to the drawing board assess where we went wrong look at our strengths and then take our game forward in a positive manner Having some experienced players available once again can only help that process Key men Essex captain Ryan ten Doeschate only landed in the country at 6am before the Eagles match against Hants and only signed his registration documents on the team bus 35 minutes before the five o clock deadline after flying back from the IPL but still top scored with 68 An exciting allrounder the South African born Dutch international is renowned a destructive batsman of

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  • Special offer for T20 hospitality in June! | Gloucestershire Cricket
    us Community About Us News Events Community Programmes Fundraising Get involved Gloucestershire Cricket Board Gloucestershire Cricket Trust Gloucestershire News Special offer for T20 hospitality in June Posted on 26 May 2015 The NatWest T20 Blast 2015 campaign is now well underway at the Bristol County Ground Gloucestershire started off with a fantastic win against Middlesex in a Friday night match and followed this up with another great win at home against Essex on Sunday Be part of this exciting tournament by enjoying the highest quality hospitality in comfort and style Friday night matches are perfect for entertaining clients and friends after work There are now only two remaining matches that have hospitality available so we have put together a special offer so you don t miss out Get 10 off per person inclusive of VAT at the NatWest T20 Blast Sussex game on Friday 26th June when booking a table of 10 at the NatWest T20 Blast game against Glamorgan on Friday 12th June Included in the hospitality package is Corporate facility The Grace Room Match day ticket Reserved seating area Hot buffet supper Dessert station Complimentary scorecard Opportunity to meet a GCCC Squad player To book this special offer PLEASE CALL 0117 910 8022 or email cariad silk glosccc co uk Klinger returns with record century to beat Essex Plans unveiled for 2015 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

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  • Gloucestershire v Hampshire | Gloucestershire Cricket
    a spectacular diving catch by James Vince at leg gully clipping a full ball from Coles off his toes All the while Marshall was going quietly about his business He reached a battling fifty off 162 balls with 6 fours By then Payne was ensuring Hampshire would have some work to do with the bat in their second innings Two reverse swept boundaries off successive ball from occasion off spinner Michael Carberry were followed by a six over long on Payne was out off what proved the final ball of the day caught in the slips off James Vince He had faced 68 balls and hit 6 fours and a six Marshall remained resolute and unbeaten having battled away for just short of four hours and would be deserving of a century on day four Day Two James Vince hit a brilliant century as Hampshire moved into a commanding position on the second day of the LV County Championship match at Bristol A sun drenched County Ground witnessed the visitors running up a first innings lead of 113 before closing on 417 9 with maximum batting points in the bag Vince led the way with 144 receiving excellent support from Adam Wheater 81 not out while Jimmy Adams and Will Smith both contributed 41 There were four wickets each for Will Gidman and Matt Taylor A damaging morning for Gloucestershire saw their last five wickets fall for just 12 runs from an overnight 292 5 Cameron Herring pulled the second ball of the day from James Tomlinson for four but was pinned lbw pushing forward to the next inswinging delivery and departed for five It was 301 7 when Tom Smith nicked a ball from Kyle Abbott to wicketkeeper Wheater having made two and in the same over James Fuller was bowled shouldering arms for a duck David Payne also failed to score before being bowled by another Tomlinson inswinger and Will Tavare was last man out with the score on 304 edging Abbott to Liam Dawson at second slip Tavare had added four to his overnight 135 not out and departed having faced 281 balls and hit 19 fours and 2 sixes His innings had spanned six hours and 13 minutes Abbott finished with 5 67 from 23 1 overs while Tomlinson s figures were 4 68 from 22 overs Gloucestershire failed to make the most of the new ball when Hampshire began their reply and the visitors moved to 47 in the tenth over before Payne had Michael Carberry on 27 caught behind by the diving Herring driving at a full length ball Lunch was taken at 82 1 off 21 overs and when Adams clipped the first delivery after the interval from Taylor behind square leg for four Hampshire looked to be taking control But with the score on 92 Will Gidman gained an lbw verdict against Dawson who had made 22 and only six more runs had been added when Taylor struck removing the dangerous Adams

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