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  • Gloucestershire v Kent | Gloucestershire Cricket
    give wickets to Benny Howell and McCarter respectively Northeast added another two fours and a six over long on to his tally before he was out leg before to McCarter with eight balls of the innings remaining David Payne conceded just five runs off the final over and the left arm seamer took his second wicket when Sam Billings struck a full toss to Alex Gidman at extra cover Gloucestershire s chase was undermined by the loss of two wickets in three balls during the third over as Mitchell Claydon held a waist high return catch to dismiss Alex Gidman and had Chris Dent caught behind by Billings It became 36 for three in the sixth over when Hamish Marshall chopped a Doug Bollinger delivery on to his stumps to depart for ten Ian Cockbain made 18 before he was caught behind by Billings standing up to the medium pace of Adam Ball and with Darren Stevens giving away just 14 runs off his first three overs Kent s grip on the game was starting to tighten Three sixes in seven balls two by Will Gidman and one by Howell threatened to loosen it but Claydon struck with his first ball back at the Ashley Down Road End when Howell was caught by Ball running in from long on Will Gidman was bowled by Tredwell for 22 but Rouse and Taylor kept Gloucestershire in with a chance with some superb strokeplay Taylor made 19 from ten balls before he was bowled by David Griffiths with nine balls left in the innings Twelve were required off the last over and Rouse got the job done with boundaries off the third fourth and last balls Kent captain Robert Key said It was a shame to lose I thought we had the game won with four overs left but they play pretty well and we didn t quite nail it at the death Sam Northeast played outstandingly well for us It was a green pitch with a bit in it but we gave ourselves a good platform But you need to hurt a team at the back end of the innings and we didn t do that Scorecard Gloucestershire won the toss and elected to bowl Gloucestershire Christopher Dent Alex Gidman Ian Cockbain Hamish Marshall Benny Howell William Gidman Adam Rouse Jack Taylor Tom Smith Graeme McCarter David Payne Kent Daniel Bell Drummond Sam Northeast Alexander Blake Darren Stevens Samuel Billings Adam Ball James Tredwell Mitchell Claydon David Griffiths Douglas Bollinger Robert Key Gloucestershire win by 3 wickets Kent How out Runs Minutes Balls 4s 6s Daniel Bell Drummond L B W Tom Smith 32 42 31 2 0 Robert Key Caught Graeme McCarter Bowled David Payne 14 16 14 2 0 Sam Northeast L B W Graeme McCarter 75 49 49 5 4 Darren Stevens Caught Jack Taylor Bowled Benny Howell 8 7 7 1 0 Alex Blake Caught Ian Cockbain Bowled Graeme McCarter 1 4 5 0 0 Sam Billings Caught

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  • Essex v Gloucestershire | Gloucestershire Cricket
    the other four batsmen perished to catches in the deep Graham Napier and Masters holed out to long on whilst Foakes who chipped in a useful 34 and Monty Panesar picked out long on and long off respectively Taylor and Smith stuck to their task admirably and were rewarded for their perseverance with the former returning career best figures of 4 125 whilst the latter claimed 3 101 as the innings was wrapped up on the stroke of lunch Essex seamer Masters said We are definitely right on top but we weren t expecting them to roll over We knew we would have to work hard because they are one of those teams who will fight hard right to the end but I can only see one team to win this game Day Two Jesse Ryder helped himself to a belligerent century while Ravi Bopara finished unbeaten on 98 as Essex completely dominated the second day of their LV County Championship Division Two clash with Gloucestershire at the Essex County Ground Ryder struck a magnificent 133 his first ton for the county as he returned to form after his previous six Championship games had brought him just 152 runs with a top score of 45 Essex were 425 3 at the close a lead of 201 The New Zealander s no nonsense approach saw him collect 15 fours in addition to 4 sixes two of them tremendous straight drives at the expense of left arm spinner Tom Smith All his runs arrived during a third wicket stand of 197 in 55 overs with Bopara Ryder thrived on a pitch which had lost some of its life compared with the opening day He moved to his half century from 90 deliveries and needed just 60 more before reaching three figures That milestone completed Ryder opened his shoulders to collect further sixes off both Matt Taylor and Will Gidman while adding another 33 from 14 balls Ryder was finally undone when he was caught behind by Adam Rouse off Matt Taylor attempting to steer a short delivery in the direction of third man Bopara was subdued by comparison He spent 37 balls over his first five runs before finding his touch to reach his half century from 136 deliveries it containing just three boundaries By the close he was in sight of his second century of the season in an innings that has so far consumed 244 balls and brought him nine boundaries Both batsmen were helped by bowling that left much to be desired Only paceman David Payne who occasionally got the ball to lift disconcertingly maintained a line and length that was remotely threatening But the rest of his colleagues were guilty of bowling too short or wide allowing Essex to take a firm grip on the match Bopara and Ryder had joined forces once Tom Westley and Nick Browne had departed in successive overs after putting together a stand of 139 easily the best opening partnership that Essex have enjoyed this summer Both caught the eye with some fine drives either side of the wicket Westley particularly so After Essex had resumed on 75 for no wicket Westley completed his half century from the first ball of the day with his 11th boundary and went on to add another two before falling to Hamish Marshall for 71 from 104 balls Left hander Browne followed in the next over for 65 when facing Payne both batsmen paying the penalty for chasing deliveries wide of off stump to be caught by Rouse Following Ryder s departure James Foster promoted himself up the order and helped ensure that Essex secured maximum batting points The Essex captain will resume in the morning on 51 as he and Bopara seek to build upon a stand that has so far produced 89 in 21 overs and his side leading by 201 runs In completing his fifth championship half century of the summer Foster has so far gathered seven fours in a match that has seen him take six catches in Gloucestershire s first innings Reflecting on his first hundred for Essex Ryder said It s been a bit of a frustrating time for me but it was nice to get back to playing four day cricket To be able to stand still and see and hit the ball well it s paid off for me today Day One Reece Topley provided further proof of his blossoming talent with an impressive five wicket haul before Essex let opponents Gloucestershire off the hook on the opening day of their LV County Championship Division Two match at Chelmsford The 21 year old left arm seamer made use of the greenish pitch to claim his successes at a personal cost of 53 and in doing so went some way to confirming that he has overcome a stress fracture of the back He missed the first six Championship games of the season but now playing his third he has bagged 20 wickets including 10 in the match against Glamorgan on his return to four day cricket after the hosts bowled Gloucestershire out for 224 before reaching 75 for no loss by stumps Admittedly some of his wickets against Gloucestershire owed much to indifferent batting at least two of his victims perishing to wild slashes at deliveries wide of the off stump But his ability to swing the ball late posed all sorts of problems and on another day he could have reaped greater reward as he passed the bat on several occasions as opponents pushed forward without any real conviction David Masters played a major supporting role as he picked up four for 67 It also proved a rewarding day for Essex captain James Foster who indicated just why he is considered by many as the best wicketkeeper in the country with an immaculate display which saw him take six catches The first of those arrived from only the third delivery of the match Facing Masters Will Tavare nought sparred

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  • Gloucestershire v Sussex | Gloucestershire Cricket
    Chris Liddle was the most economical Sussex bowler his three overs costing 19 Will Gidman was 26 not out and the end of the innings Sussex suffered an early setback in their run chase when Luke Wright was caught behind for a duck by trialist wicketkeeper Adam Rouse standing up to seamer Will Gidman With the light fading the visitors looked to face a stiff task It got more difficult when Luke Wells was caught by the diving Rouse off David Payne for three in the second over Nash responded with 4 4 6 at the start of Will Gidman s second over but fell for 25 when cutting David Payne straight to Cockbain at point in the fifth and final over of power play which ended with Sussex 47 for three Matt Machan kept Sussex up with the required rate with 28 off 19 balls but when he was lbw trying to sweep left arm spinner Tom Smith in the seventh over Gloucestershire sensed their chance Ben Brown and Will Beer did their best in now dark conditions but Jack Taylor dismissed the former in conceding only five from the 13 th over and Sussex required two a ball McCarter kept it tight and 16 were needed off the last over from Taylor Beer was brilliantly caught on the boundary by Marshall at full stretch above his head for 18 to end Sussex hopes Alex Gidman took another fine catch to end the game and Sussex coach Mark Robinson was left to reflect T20 is a game that is often decided by inches If Marshall had touched the boundary it would have been six and we would still have had a chance It was so dark at the end but T20 is all about entertainment and we have just lost an excellent game of cricket Gloucestershire director of cricket John Bracewell observed We are getting some momentum in the competition because players are fronting up when it matters and we remain in the hunt for a quarter final place Scorecard Sussex won the toss and elected to bowl Gloucestershire Christopher Dent Alex Gidman Ian Cockbain Hamish Marshall Benny Howell Adam Rouse William Gidman Jack Taylor Tom Smith David Payne Graeme McCarter Sussex Chris Nash Luke Wright Luke Wells Harry Finch Matthew Machan Ben Brown Yasir Satti Steffan Piolet Will Beer Lewis Hatchett Christopher Liddle Gloucestershire win by 13 runs Gloucestershire How out Runs Minutes Balls 4s 6s Chris Dent Caught Steffan Piolet Bowled Lewis Hatchett 7 7 5 1 0 Alex Gidman Caught Steffan Piolet Bowled Will Beer 22 30 18 3 0 Ian Cockbain Caught Matt Machan Bowled Yasir Arafat 52 37 36 4 3 Adam Rouse L B W Will Beer 0 1 1 0 0 Benny Howell Run Out Steffan Piolet 4 7 4 0 0 William Gidman 26 20 16 4 0 Hamish Marshall Caught Matt Machan Bowled Chris Nash 4 7 4 0 0 Jack Taylor Caught Luke Wells Bowled Yasir Arafat 0 3

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  • Hampshire v Gloucestershire | Gloucestershire Cricket
    by the more aggressive Gidman but still made a useful 61 with eight fours before turning James Tomlinson s left arm seam to square leg where Gatting held on Gloucestershire were then 415 for five but Gidman and former Hampshire batsman Benny Howell added another 31 by the close to compound Hampshire s frustration At stumps Gloucestershire were 446 for five from 123 overs with the prospect of more of the same on the last day and Hampshire needing to bat with greater resolve in their second innings to earn a draw Hampshire coach Dale Benkenstein said Gloucestershire are in a commanding position 149 ahead They might have been tempted to put us in again tonight and it is good for us that they did not Having been out in the field all day the last thing we wanted was to bat again even for a few overs The fewer overs we have to bat on the last day the better Day Two James Tomlinson will not forget the rain truncated second day of Hampshire s LV County Championship Division Two match with Gloucestershire at a damp Ageas Bowl in a hurry even if it fails to register with the other 21 players in the years to come Tomlinson a Hampshire stalwart for a decade reached the first half century of his career batting at number 11 and then took the only Gloucestershire wicket to fall before rain brought a premature end to proceedings mid way through the afternoon session Only 32 2 overs were possible in total as Hampshire moved from their overnight 251 for nine to 297 all out and Gloucestershire made a steady response by reaching 94 for one 203 behind with two days left to play The pitch was still lively and helpful for the bowlers when play resumed today but it did not appear so as Hampshire s last wicket pair of Tomlinson and David Balcombe combined to frustrate every change to the attack made by Gloucestershire captain Alex Gidman Coming together when Hampshire were 182 for nine after losing seven wickets for 38 in a middle order collapse Balcombe and Tomlinson put on 115 in just under 30 overs without either offering a genuine chance and batting in an orthodox fashion to shame those who had tumbled before them Tomlinson s previous best was 43 but he raised his fifty with an edge over the slips for his seventh four and got a standing ovation for his efforts from the crowd and relieved team mates on the home balcony Having reached the milestone Tomlinson chipped the next delivery from slow left arm spinner Tom Smith to mid off where David Payne clutched the catch Tomlinson faced 98 balls in fractionally more than two hours of defiance while Balcombe who has struggled to break into the team this season with his medium pace was the senior participant of an obdurate partnership It was Hampshire s best last wicket stand for two years since Balcombe and Chris Wood put on 168 against Leicestershire at Grace Road Balcombe s unbeaten 65 was the third half century of his career coming off 97 balls and including nine fours The last wicket partnership ruined some Gloucestershire bowling analyses with Liam Norwell who had done so much damage yesterday finishing with 4 103 while Smith took 3 30 Gloucestershire needed a strong response and they got it thanks to openers Will Tavare and Chris Dent who raced to 74 in 21 2 overs with authority and determination But just as Gloucestershire seemed poised for a big total Tomlinson was reintroduced to the Hampshire attack with devastating effect The bearded left arm seamer had Dent who had compiled a fluent 30 playing across the line to earn an lbw decision Tavare who was unbeaten with 44 including eight fours and Alex Gidman who was 11 not out took Gloucestershire through to the close before rain drove the players from the field in the 27th over of the innings Kyle Abbott Tomlinson s team mate said We were loving every minute of that last wicket stand I don t think I have heard the Hampshire balcony that loud all season I think Tomlinson s maiden fifty got as much applause as the double century James Vince got against Essex in the last championship match here The guys were living each run Hopefully the rain will juice up the pitch and prove more favourable to the bowlers It is swinging about already Day One Hampshire s last wicket pair of James Tomlinson and David Balcombe repaired a middle order collapse to thwart Gloucestershire on a day of fluctuating fortunes in LV County Championship Division Two Hampshire raced to 69 for one and then 144 for two after being put in only for Liam Norwell to induce a slide in which Hampshire lost seven wickets for 38 in 12 1 overs Norwell took four quick wickets with his medium pace before Tomlinson and Balcombe not renowned as batsmen came together in an unbroken stand of 69 for the last wicket as Gloucestershire ran out of ideas At the close delayed by rain earlier in the day second placed Hampshire had made 251 9 from 80 overs with Tomlinson 33 not out and Balcombe unbeaten on 38 leaving Gloucestershire a chance to reflect on why they had been unable to finish off their good work on a helpful pitch The rain wiped out the entire first session meaning play did not start until 1 10pm after an early lunch Gloucestershire captain Alex Gidman noted the green tinge to the wicket and the Ageas Bowl s reputation for aiding the bowlers and chose to field first Gidman must have started to regret his decision quickly as Michael Carberry and Jimmy Adams put on 69 in 21 4 overs for the first wicket without alarms Benny Howell and wicketkeeper Adam Rouse both former Hampshire players combined to break the partnership when Carberry was caught behind attempting to

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  • Somerset v Gloucestershire | Gloucestershire Cricket
    69 in 8 1 overs before Howell applied the brakes having Compton caught at long on Jack Taylor helped Howell reduce the scoring rate and from 90 for one Somerset slipped to 141 7 despite an entertaining cameo of 24 off 15 balls from South African debutant Colin Ingram Kieswetter maintained his amazing record of only one score below 37 in his last 17 domestic T20 innings stretching back to last season But it took some last ditch hitting from Tim Groenewald 17 and acting captain Alfonso Thomas 12 not out to lift the total beyond 170 and it looked no more than a par score in superb batting conditions So it seemed when skipper Michael Klinger back after a broken toe and Alex Gidman gave Gloucestershire a flying start taking the total to 64 by the end of the six overs of power play Their stand had reached 89 when Klinger was well caught by Compton diving forward at deep mid wicket off Craig Meschede having faced 26 balls and hit 3 fours and a six Gidman went on to a 37 ball half century before being pinned lbw by a full ball from Nannes in the 13 th over to make it 115 for two Leg spinner Max Waller produced a tidy spell of four overs for 27 runs but there was little support from the seamers as Ian Cockbain and Hamish Marshall took the score to 142 before Marshall holed out to deep square off Thomas for 13 Cockbain made a bright 29 before spooning a catch to backward point off Tim Groenwald and 28 were needed off the last three overs Nannes bowled the penultimate over for only five runs and when Thomas yorked Benny Howell with the fourth ball of the final over eight were still needed Rouse lofted a catch off the last ball and Somerset celebrated Scorecard Gloucestershire won the toss and elected to bowl Somerset Craig Kieswetter Nick Compton Peter Trego James Hildreth Colin Ingram Craig Meschede Craig Overton Max Waller Alfonso Thomas Timothy Groenewald Dirk Nannes Gloucestershire Michael Klinger Alex Gidman Ian Cockbain Hamish Marshall Benny Howell William Gidman Adam Rouse Jack Taylor Tom Smith Graeme McCarter David Payne Somerset win by 7 runs Somerset How out Runs Minutes Balls 4s 6s Nick Compton Caught Ian Cockbain Bowled Benny Howell 46 31 31 4 2 Craig Kieswetter Caught Ian Cockbain Bowled Graeme McCarter 39 56 35 2 1 Peter Trego Caught Ian Cockbain Bowled Benny Howell 5 6 6 0 0 Colin Ingram Caught David Payne Bowled William Gidman 24 13 15 0 2 Craig Meschede Stumped Adam Rouse Bowled Tom Smith 2 5 3 0 0 Craig Overton Caught Hamish Marshall Bowled David Payne 4 9 6 0 0 James Hildreth Stumped Adam Rouse Bowled Tom Smith 12 8 9 1 1 Tim Groenewald Run Out Adam Rouse 17 12 8 4 0 Alfonso Thomas Not Out 12 10 8 1 0 Max Waller Dirk Nannes Extras 4b 1lb 3nb

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  • Gloucestershire v Derbyshire | Gloucestershire Cricket
    with his off spin by having Gidman caught at slip pushing forward and all results remain possible on day four Day Two Skipper Wayne Madsen led from the front as Derbyshire hit back strongly on the second day of the LV County Championship match with Gloucestershire at Cheltenham Having bowled out their hosts for 356 from an overnight position of 304 for six the visitors replied with 216 for two Madsen ending the day unbeaten on 79 having faced 147 balls and hit 9 fours Opener Ben Slater made 70 while Shivnarine Chanderpaul was dangerously poised on 50 not out with his side trailing by only 140 Gloucestershire had earlier been indebted to Will Gidman for his second century in successive Championship games Unbeaten on 88 overnight the all rounder was last man out for 125 having faced 216 balls and hit 19 fours Tom Taylor finished with five for 58 his first five wicket haul in Championship cricket It won t be the last judging by some penetrating spells from the 19 year old seamer who hails from Stoke on Trent The home side s hopes of a fourth batting point hinged on scoring 46 runs from 14 overs at the start of the day They were dealt an early blow when Adam Rouse was bowled by Tony Palladino three for 63 shouldering arms without adding to his overnight score of two Gidman suffered some anxious moments moving from 88 to three figures none greater than the edge to third man off Palladino which brought up his century off 178 balls with 16 fours It followed the 119 he scored against Hampshire at Southampton last week Taylor helped Palladino keep a tight rein on the scoring rate and was rewarded with the total on 319 when Tom Smith on two edged to first slip where Madsen parried the ball for second slip Wes Durston to take the catch It was 329 for nine when the impressive Taylor found the edge of namesake Jack Taylor s bat and this time Madsen pouched the catch himself to dismiss the batsman for nine Liam Norwell then helped to add a useful 27 with Gidman who was finally bowled by Mark Footitt to end the innings Both teams collected three bonus points Derbyshire had to negotiate four overs before lunch which saw them score eight runs The total had progressed to 30 in the afternoon session when Gidman broke through with the ball pinning Billy Godleman lbw for 11 having just switched to the College Lawn End Slater played positively to reach a half century off 85 balls with 6 fours with Madsen settling in to add 81 for the second wicket Their partnership was ended by Hamish Marshall s medium pace as he had Slater caught behind by Rouse standing up to the stumps for 70 It was 115 for two at tea and Gloucestershire should have claimed Chanderpaul s prized wicket soon after the break when Rouse failed to stump him on 14 as he advanced well down the pitch to left arm spinner Smith Home supporters in a healthy Festival crowd must have feared that the error would be costly By stumps Chanderpaul and Madsen had put on 105 for the third wicket with power to add tomorrow morning Madsen reached a fluid half century off 101 balls with 7 fours and looked in prime form despite a pitch that was offering occasional turn for Gloucestershire s two spinners Chanderpaul played with increasing freedom and followed his partner to 50 off 103 deliveries with 5 fours Day One A century from Will Tavare and an unbeaten 88 from Will Gidman took Gloucestershire to 304 for six on the opening day of the LV County Championship Division Two match against Derbyshire at the Cheltenham Festival Tavare continued his impressive debut season in county cricket with 17 fours and two sixes in his 269 ball innings of 135 while Gidman also has a hundred in his sights after striking 14 boundaries The first two sessions of the day were evenly contested but Tavare and Gidman upped the tempo after tea and had put on 175 in 45 overs for the fifth wicket before Tavare was caught behind off Tom Taylor Teenage paceman Taylor also accounted for Alex Gidman and Benny Howell as he finished as Derbyshire s most successful bowler with three for 43 from 16 overs while Tony Palladino also bowled well in taking two for 41 from 22 After Gloucestershire captain Michael Klinger won the toss the hosts had to bat with patience and discipline in the morning session against some excellent new ball bowling from Palladino and Mark Footitt Klinger making his return to Championship action after five weeks out with a broken toe departed for two in the fifth over when Billy Godleman held a low catch at extra cover off Footitt It became 34 for two when Taylor generated extra bounce from a delivery which found the edge of Alex Gidman s bat and was well held by the diving Wes Durston at second slip Tavare and Hamish Marshall took the score on to 77 for two off 32 overs at lunch and Marshall looked in excellent form until he shouldered arms to a ball from Palladino and was out lbw having struck six fours in his 56 ball innings of 45 Palladino won another lbw verdict six overs later this time against Ian Cockbain and Gloucestershire appeared to be in a spot of trouble at 118 for four Tavare advanced to a patient half century from 133 balls but then began to play with more freedom against an attack that was starting to lose its earlier control Tavare pulled slow left armer David Wainwright for six over midwicket before the tea interval and reached his century from the fourth ball after the interval in identical fashion His third County Championship century of the season came from 202 balls and included 11 fours as well as the

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  • Gloucestershire v Surrey | Gloucestershire Cricket
    but when skipper Klinger returned to the seam of Payne and Graeme McCarter at the end Robin Peterson and Jade Dernbach cashed in The last two overs went for 30 runs lifting Surrey spirits and producing what looked just about a par score in the conditions Gloucestershire got off to a poor start when Alex Gidman lifted a catch to mid on off Matthew Dunn in the first over of their innings and Chris Dent fell in similar fashion to the same bowler to make it 15 for two in the third over By the end of the power play the hosts had reached just 33 for two Klinger and Ian Cockbain added 51 for the third wicket but when Zafar Ansari removed Cockbain 18 and Will Gidman in the 11 th over Surrey were well on top Gareth Batty Peterson and Dilshan made up a quartet of spinners who were difficult to get away on the dry surface Ansari had Klinger caught at long off in the 13 th over and Gloucestershire were facing a lost cause The Australian had faced 38 balls hitting 4 fours and a six but lacked any meaningful support On his departure Howell came in to quickly launch 3 sixes including 2 in the same Ansari over but 11 an over was still needed off the last five Howell was caught behind off Dunn for an entertaining 29 while Taylor blasted 19 off just six balls at the end when it was all too late Surrey skipper Gary Wilson said It was a great effort from the bowlers because we didn t get a great score The partnership between Peterson and Dernbach at the end of our innings was crucial Jade has aggravated a hamstring niggle which is why he didn t bowl We have managed to qualify for the knock out stage from what I consider the stronger group and would love to have a quarter final at The Oval Scorecard Gloucestershire won the toss and elected to bowl Gloucestershire Alex Gidman Michael Klinger Christopher Dent Ian Cockbain Hamish Marshall Benny Howell Adam Rouse William Gidman Jack Taylor Graeme McCarter David Payne Surrey Jason Roy Steven Davies Tillakaratne Dilshan Kevin Pietersen Gary Wilson Robin Peterson Zafar Ansari Gareth Batty Azhar Sagar Matthew Dunn Jade Dernbach Surrey win by 5 runs Surrey How out Runs Minutes Balls 4s 6s Jason Roy Caught Adam Rouse Bowled David Payne 11 5 5 1 1 Tillakaratne Dilshan Bowled William Gidman 36 36 23 6 0 Kevin Pietersen Bowled William Gidman 17 21 10 3 0 Steve Davies Caught Michael Klinger Bowled Jack Taylor 15 23 18 1 0 Gary Wilson L B W Benny Howell 12 13 12 0 1 Azhar Mahmood Caught William Gidman Bowled Benny Howell 3 11 6 0 0 Robin Peterson Not Out 23 32 22 2 0 Zafar Ansari Caught Adam Rouse Bowled Jack Taylor 1 3 4 0 0 Gareth Batty Stumped Adam Rouse Bowled Chris Dent 7 6 7 1

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  • Gloucestershire v Essex | Gloucestershire Cricket
    chance at short third man from a reverse sweep Ben Foakes 23 helped add 52 in 34 balls for the fifth wicket Bopara had hit 6 fours and a six by the time he fell to Howell in the 18 th over the ball after being dropped for a third time by David Payne the same fielder atoning on the deep mid wicket boundary If Gloucestershire thought that was the end of their problems ten Doeschate had other ideas The Essex skipper smacked 2 fours and 2 sixes in his cameo and 19 came off the final over sent down by McCarter Gloucestershire openers Klinger and Gidman both hit straight sixes off the third over of their team s reply sent down by left arm spinner Tim Phillips who had been given the new ball George Sharp was umpiring at both ends with his partner Stephen Gale operating at square leg having received a painful blow on the knee from a straight drive by Bopara during the Essex innings Young seamer Matt Salisbury conceded only three off the last over of the power play and it wasn t until the seventh over that Klinger and Gidman brought up their half century stand Bopara broke the partnership on 71 by inducing a return catch from Gidman while conceding only two off the ninth over There was no keeping the England one day international out of the action as he then took a catch at deep mid wicket off Phillips to send back Howell for a brisk 16 Salisbury took a brilliant low catch running round from short third man for remove danger man Klinger with Gloucestershire requiring 91 off 7 5 overs But successive sixes from Dent off Greg Smith in the 14 th over kept the home side s hopes alive Cockbain helped add 70 in six overs before being bowled by Graham Napier at the start of the 19 th over Even then Essex looked favourites but Dent was now flying and finished the game with 2 2 6 4 off the final over from Salisbury Essex skipper ten Doeschate said We were carrying a few injuries and it was a bit of a jaded performance I felt we should have scored more runs on that pitch and we are disappointed Scorecard Gloucestershire won the toss and elected to bowl Gloucestershire Michael Klinger Alex Gidman Christopher Dent Ian Cockbain Hamish Marshall Benny Howell Adam Rouse Jack Taylor Tom Smith Graeme McCarter David Payne Essex Mark Pettini Thomas Westley Ravinder Bopara Benjamin Foakes Ryan ten Doeschate Gregory Smith James Foster Kishen Velani Graham Napier Tim Phillips Matthew Salisbury Gloucestershire win by 6 wickets Essex How out Runs Minutes Balls 4s 6s Mark Pettini Caught Benny Howell Bowled Graeme McCarter 26 19 18 5 0 Tom Westley Stumped Adam Rouse Bowled Tom Smith 0 1 1 0 0 Kishen Velani Caught Ian Cockbain Bowled Benny Howell 34 28 23 6 1 Ravi Bopara Caught David Payne Bowled Benny Howell 51 47

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