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  • Gloucestershire v Worcestershire | Gloucestershire Cricket
    Adam Rouse lbw for three But then Miles and Tom Smith offered some resistance putting on 54 before Miles drove Shantry to mid off and departed for 29 Smith looked more comfortable than the top order coming in at nine and finishing unbeaten on 41 in a sorry batting effort He added a further 34 with Liam Norwell before the last man was caught at fine leg off a top edged pull to give Leach his second wicket With the follow on enforced Gloucestershire s miserable day continued when Klinger nicked Morris to wicketkeeper Cox Day One Daryl Mitchell returned to the scene of one of his finest hours to score a classic LV County Championship century as Worcestershire ran up 299 7 on a competitive opening day against Gloucestershire at Cheltenham The experienced opening batsman finished unbeaten on 102 having shown exemplary application in facing 228 balls and hitting 13 fours without giving a chance Richard Oliver smacked 62 off 49 balls at the start of the innings and Ben Cox made 56 Craig Miles claimed four for 53 on his first appearance of the season for Gloucestershire while Tom Smith returned three for 68 from 31 overs It was at the College Ground in 2010 that Mitchell hit two centuries in the corresponding game his 134 not out in the second innings seeing Worcestershire to an unlikely six wicket win Again he was prepared to be patient is assessing the Festival pitch taking 22 balls to get off the mark Having scored a half century in his previous two Championship appearances Oliver dominated the opening stand of 71 The 50 partnership came up in the 11 th over with the 24 year old left hander from Stoke on Trent having made 44 and Mitchell six Oliver s own half century soon followed and occupied just 42 balls featuring 7 fours He continued to attack and perished to a full blooded drive at Miles in the 15 th over Michael Klinger accepting a chest high catch at second slip It was a sweet moment for 20 year old Miles who claimed 43 Championship wickets last season but had not played in the competition since September because of a back problem It was 118 for one at lunch with Mitchall on 29 Tom Fell had moved more briskly to 24 when he was pinned lbw by Miles in the second over after the interval the ball striking pad before bat Gloucestershire s fightback continued as Alexei Kervezee was caught and bowled by left arm spinner Smith for seven having been dropped at short leg off the same bowler to make it 130 for three And the home side struck again with the total on 140 Tom Kohler Cadmore on five advancing to Smith and being smartly stumped by Adam Rouse But Mitchell was set advancing steadily at his own pace He found another positive partner in Cox who got off the mark by pulling a short ball from Smith over

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  • Glamorgan v Gloucestershire | Gloucestershire Cricket
    20 overs Benny Howell top scored with 26 in an innings which only produced four boundaries two sixes and two fours Graham Wagg back from a side strain set the tone claiming two wickets in his first over while skipper Jim Allenby and Hogan both chipped in with two wickets each It took only eight balls to make a key breakthrough when Wagg bowled Gloucestershire skipper Michael Klinger with an inswinging delivery and four balls later he had Chris Dent caught behind attempting a flashing drive Gloucestershire could only make 29 for two from the powerplay and they suffered another setback when Alex Gidman was run out with a direct hit from Chris Cooke at square leg going for a sharp single From 36 for three in the eighth over Glamorgan s dominance continued in the next over as Gloucestershire lost Hamish Marshall caught by Hogan off Allenby Ian Cockbain and Benny Howell had a massive rebuilding job to do At the halfway stage they were 48 for four But the wickets kept coming as Cockbain went caught behind off Allenby just after the 50 came up and from the last ball of the 15th over Gloucestershire succumbed to their second run out when Adam Rouse was undone by a brilliant direct hit from Rudolph Jack Taylor did give Gloucestershire some respite hitting Cosker for six over long off But the visitors lost another two wickets from consecutive Hogan balls Taylor was caught by Cooke and Howell was snaffled by Cosker as the visitors sank to 97 for eight seven balls from the end In the final over Tom Smith became the third run out the victim of another direct hit by the impressive Cooke but not before Robbie Montgomery struck his side s second six Allenby made a very

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  • Gloucestershire v Northamptonshire | Gloucestershire Cricket
    over Will Gidman and Klinger revived the innings with a sixth wicket partnership of 73 in 14 overs which ended when Gidman miscued a delivery from Willey to Kyle Coetzer at cover That proved to be the start of a collapse in which four Gloucestershire wickets fell for ten runs in 13 balls Klinger s well paced innings ended when he was caught behind attempting to run a delivery from Steven Crook down to third man Willey won lbw appeals against Adam Rouse and Tom Smith which left Gloucestershire in deep trouble on 197 8 in the 44th over Craig Miles was caught at midwicket by White off Crook in the penultimate over but Howell finished unbeaten on 30 after hitting the last two balls of the innings from Azharullah for four and six When the visitors batted Coetzer fell lbw to David Payne for a duck and only eight runs were taken from the first five overs However Levi and Rossington upped the tempo dramatically Levi hit two sixes one driven over midwicket off Payne and the other cut square off Miles and also struck five fours before he clipped a Will Gidman delivery to Smith at mid on Rossington reached his 55 ball half century with a lofted driven boundary off Smith s left arm spin the ninth of his innings He surpassed his highest one day score of 79 not out made for Middlesex against Yorkshire at Radlett last year before he departed in the 35th over when he swept a ball from Dent to Howell at square leg It became 197 for four in the 35th over when Spriegel was caught behind off Howell but Northants were crusing to victory by then Gloucestershire claimed two more wickets when Smith took a return catch to dismiss Crook for a hard hitting 36 and bowled Ben Duckett for one But Northants victory was never seriously in doubt and Willey with an unbeaten 26 and James Middlebrook duly complted the success Scorecard Northamptonshire won the toss and elected to bowl Gloucestershire Michael Klinger Christopher Dent Alex Gidman Hamish Marshall Ian Cockbain Benny Howell William Gidman Adam Rouse Tom Smith Craig Miles David Payne Northamptonshire Richard Levi James Middlebrook Kyle Coetzer Adam Rossington Steven Crook Ben Duckett David Willey Matthew Spriegel Graeme White Oliver Stone Mohammad Azharullah Gloucestershire 240 9 Northamptonshire 242 6 Northamptonshire win by 4 wickets Gloucestershire How out Runs Minutes Balls 4s 6s Alex Gidman Bowled David Willey 12 27 25 2 0 Michael Klinger Caught Ben Duckett Bowled Steven Crook 98 155 131 9 0 Chris Dent Run Out Azharullah 18 50 29 2 0 Hamish Marshall Bowled Graeme White 10 9 11 0 1 Ian Cockbain Caught and Bowled Graeme White 3 16 12 0 0 William Gidman Caught Kyle Coetzer Bowled David Willey 39 49 46 3 1 Benny Howell Not Out 30 34 23 1 2 Adam Rouse L B W David Willey 4 4 3 1 0 Tom Smith L B W

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  • Yorkshire v Gloucestershire | Gloucestershire Cricket
    pace of David Payne Kane Williamson and skipper Andrew Gale looked to be mastering the bowling until both got out as three wickets fell with the score on 45 Gale 16 was caught behind by wicket keeper Adam Rouse while attempting to steer Payne to third man Williamson 12 nicked a good ball from Gidman which left him and Jonny Bairstow nought was taken low down at first slip by Klinger off Payne The catch looked a perfectly clean one but Bairstow waited until the umpires had conferred before walking off The first half of Yorkshire s batting order had been swept away in 13 overs on a slow but firm pitch but when Gidman was rested with figures of 7 2 16 2 and Payne 8 2 31 3 things became a little easier for the sixth wicket pair of Leaning and Rashid Both batsmen began to blossom as their confidence grew and Leaning drove Taylor to the extra cover boundary to raise three figures Rashid lofting a straight drive for four in the same over Rashid was the more dominant of the two and he completed his maiden half century in his 59th List A innings from 71 balls with five fours Gidman returned at 140 for five and Leaning welcomed him back with a glorious front foot straight drive for six but the colt had a life on 47 when he uppercut Craig Miles to third man where Tom Smith put down a straightforward catch The next ball was driven for six over extra cover by Rashid and when the stand had reached 129 it became Yorkshire s highest for the sixth wicket in one day cricket beating the unbroken 128 between Anthony McGrath and Gary Fellows in the Cheltenham and Gloucester Trophy quarter final match against Essex at Chelmsford in 2002 But then in a bizarre spell of almost suicidal play Yorkshire crashed from 174 for five to 192 all out in just three full overs First to go was Rashid who drove Benny Howell to long on and was caught by Cockbain Leaning completed his 50 off 73 deliveries with three fours and a six before both Bresnan and Pyrah were run out cheaply in consecutive overs by direct hits and Leaning dashed out of his crease to a leg side wide from Taylor and was stumped the spinner s next ball trapping Jack Brooks lbw Scorecard Yorkshire won the toss and elected to bat Yorkshire Adam Lyth Alex Lees Kane Williamson Andrew Gale Jonathan Bairstow Timothy Bresnan Jack Leaning Richard Pyrah Adil Rashid Steven Patterson Jack Brooks Gloucestershire Michael Klinger Hamish Marshall Christopher Dent Ian Cockbain William Gidman Benny Howell Adam Rouse Jack Taylor Tom Smith Craig Miles David Payne Yorkshire 192 all out Gloucestershire 193 7 Gloucestershire win by 3 wickets Yorkshire How out Runs Minutes Balls 4s 6s Adam Lyth L B W David Payne 6 12 8 1 0 Alex Lees Caught Ian Cockbain Bowled William Gidman 10 7 7 2

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  • Gloucestershire v Hampshire | Gloucestershire Cricket
    made only three Tavare reached a chanceless half century off 58 balls but lacked support as Gareth Roderick returning after a broken finger was bowled playing back to Danny Briggs for 13 It was 186 for seven when Tavare was caught behind aiming a big hit off Chris Wood having faced 78 balls and hit 8 fours Jack Taylor smacked Coles back over his head for six but was bowled by the next delivery attempting a pull shot Howell did his best to bolster the score at the end but lost both tail end partners Craig Miles and David Payne to run outs the latter in the final over after a stand of 28 Hampshire were given a sound start to their innings by openers Adams and James Vince who took the score to 61 in the 11 th over before Vince was caught behind off Gidman for 27 Adams survived a chance to wicketkeeper Roderick off Miles on 31 and had moved to 48 off 68 balls with 7 fours when falling lbw pushing forward to off spinner Taylor Miles missed an opportunity to run out Ervine but Adam Wheater who had moved confidently to 30 casually lofted a delivery from Taylor to Marshall at long on to make it 120 for three in the 26 th over Hampshire had a bigger wobble on 150 when Ervine was run out by Tavare s brilliant pick up and throw from mid wtcket having been called for single by Smith and Coles was bowled by Howell for a duck Dawson was run out by Dent s throw from cover when sent back by Smith going for a single and suddenly the visitors needed 63 from their last 10 overs Wood was lbw trying to sweep Taylor and Gidman bowled Briggs before Taylor finished things off by bowling Smith who had faced 56 balls and hit 3 fours and a six Scorecard Hampshire won the toss and elected to bowl Gloucestershire Michael Klinger William Tavare Christopher Dent Hamish Marshall Ian Cockbain William Gidman Benny Howell Gareth Roderick Jack Taylor Craig Miles David Payne Hampshire James Adams James Vince William Smith Liam Dawson Sean Ervine Thomas Alsop Adam Wheater Matthew Coles Christopher Wood Danny Briggs James Tomlinson Gloucestershire 233 all out Hampshire 198 all out Gloucestershire win by 35 runs Gloucestershire How out Runs Minutes Balls 4s 6s Michael Klinger Bowled James Tomlinson 18 39 21 3 0 Hamish Marshall Caught Sean Ervine Bowled Matt Coles 15 25 28 2 0 Chris Dent Caught Chris Wood Bowled Will Smith 37 65 53 6 0 Ian Cockbain Bowled James Tomlinson 0 7 6 0 0 William Tavare Caught Adam Wheater Bowled Chris Wood 77 106 78 8 0 William Gidman Bowled Sean Ervine 3 5 7 0 0 Gareth Roderick Bowled Danny Briggs 13 29 27 1 0 Benny Howell Not Out 43 65 54 3 0 Jack Taylor Bowled Matt Coles 10 10 12 1 1 Craig Miles Run Out Liam Dawson 2

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  • Gloucestershire v Leicestershire | Gloucestershire Cricket
    for four Greg Smith and Shiv Thakor were forced to exercise caution after such a collapse and had taken the score to 61 by the end of the 15 th over when more rain set in Payne finished his six over spell with four for 23 while Will Gidman was typically miserly in conceding 19 from his five overs It wasn t until mid afternoon that the sun broke through and when the covers had been removed umpires Peter Willey and Steve O Shaughnessy decided to restart play at 3 45pm with the game reduced to 25 overs a side Leicestershire had just ten more overs to build a competitive total and that hope suffered an immediate blow as Thakor got an inside edge to the first ball after the resumption from Benny Howell and became Roderick s third victim having made 11 Scott Styris did his best to inject some zest with 29 off 24 balls including a swept six off Jack Taylor but he then skied Craig Miles to deep mid wicket The next over saw Tom Wells bowled by Taylor and Leicestershire were 115 for seven Jigar Naik fell cheaply to Taylor but the off spinner s last over saw Smith strike him for 4 6 4 including two reverse sweeps to give his side a chance Klinger and Hamish Marshall set about the reduced target with zest putting together and opening stand of 46 inside nine overs before Marshall advanced to a wide ball from Jigar Naik and was stumped for 22 But Redfern then caused some nerves by striking twice in the 12 th over bowling Chris Dent on the back foot for seven and having Will Tavare caught at mid wicket for four At 59 for three Gloucestershire needed 72 off 13 overs But Klinger who faced 66 balls and hit 5 fours found a reliable partner in Gidman and the pair saw the hosts safely home Leicestershire coach Ben Smith said The biggest frustration was not putting all three disciplines together today We bowled and fielded well but in the conditions our batsmen needed to take more time to assess things Scorecard Gloucestershire won the toss and elected to bowl Gloucestershire Michael Klinger Hamish Marshall Christopher Dent Ian Cockbain William Tavare William Gidman Gareth Roderick Benny Howell Jack Taylor Craig Miles David Payne Leicestershire Angus Robson Niall O Brien Greg Smith Matthew Boyce Daniel Redfern Shivsinh Thakor Scott Styris Thomas Wells Jigar Naik Anthony Ireland Charlie Shreck Leicestershire 136 8 Gloucestershire 133 3 Gloucestershire win by 7 wickets D L Method Leicestershire How out Runs Minutes Balls 4s 6s Angus Robson Caught Gareth Roderick Bowled David Payne 13 18 9 3 0 Niall O Brien Caught Gareth Roderick Bowled David Payne 0 6 2 0 0 Greg Smith Not Out 55 100 73 6 1 Matthew Boyce Bowled David Payne 4 6 3 1 0 Dan Redfern Bowled David Payne 6 8 8 1 0 Shiv Thakor Caught Gareth Roderick Bowled Benny Howell

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  • Essex v Gloucestershire | Gloucestershire Cricket
    Chelmsford But at least both teams have the consolation of still occupying a top four place which they need to feature in the quarter finals later this month When play was possible Chris Dent seized the initiative after Hamish Marshall was removed by David Masters with the final ball of the first over after Essex had inserted their opponents That dismissal was the result of a superb leg side stumping by James Foster but Michael Klinger and Dent were to deny Essex any further success the latter leading the way with an aggressive approach which saw him gather 33 runs from 30 deliveries Among his five boundaries was a six a mighty blow straight over the head of bowler Graham Napier as the batsman stepped a yard down the pitch and opened his shoulders to comfortably clear the ropes Klinger 17no played and missed on occasions as he battled to settle in but appeared to have adjusted to the conditions when rain sent the players seeking the shelter of the pavilion after 11 1 overs with the visitors 55 for one Thereafter it always looked likely the contest would not resume Pools of water quickly settled on the outfield as the rain intensified although it stopped long enough for the ground staff to engage in mopping up operations But it returned again just as umpires Martin Bodenham and Alex Wharf were preparing to make a 5 00pm pitch inspection In between further heavy showers the umpires decided at 7 55 pm and following another inspection that no more play was possible Essex assistant coach Chris Silverwood added It was lined up to be a cracking game so it s disappointing that it was washed out in the end but we can t control the weather We ve got Derbyshire and

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  • Gloucestershire v Lancashire | Gloucestershire Cricket
    Sponsorship and Advertising Sponsors and Partners 188BET Partner Page Player Coach 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 v Lancashire Royal London One Day Cup 12 August 2014 Gloucestershire No result Venue Bristol Not a ball was bowled in Gloucestershire s final home Group A match in the Royal London Cup as heavy rain made conditions unplayable Umpires Neil Mallender and Jeff Evans abandoned any prospect of play following a 2 30pm pitch inspection The outfield had already been soaked by heavy overnight rain when the players arrived and despite some hard work from the groundstaff there never appeared much chance of a start Showers kept on returning and the teams had to settle for one point each LV Championship 2015 LV Championship 2015 Surrey 264 Lancashire 254 Essex 200 Glamorgan 183 Northamptonshire 180 Gloucestershire 177 Kent 161 Derbyshire 153 Leicestershire 118 Full Table This page is having a slideshow that uses Javascript Your browser either doesn t support Javascript or you have it turned off To see this

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