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  • Worcestershire v Gloucestershire | Gloucestershire Cricket
    made 28 not out in escorting to Cockbain to a personal best one day score with 13 fours mostly from stylish drives Worcestershire s innings was heavily based on a single partnership and then disintegrated so badly that the last eight wickets half of them taken by Gidman crashed for the addition of 58 runs Kervezee and Fell seemed to be in cruise control having put on 159 in 31 overs together until a breakthrough by Craig Miles dramatically shifted the balance of power Kervezee fell under edging to wicketkeeper Roderick but it should not have been a reason for his team to go into freefall Ross Whiteley s innings seemed to symptomise a sudden outbreak of uncertainty Having blocked almost everything in making a single from 14 balls he launched a six off Jack Taylor and then went for 12 well caught on the boundary edge by Benny Howell That was the first of Gidman s wickets and even then the damage would have been manageable if Fell had been able to bat through Instead he went for the big shot and drove off spinner Taylor straight to Cockbain at long off Gloucestershire s tight bowling and keen fielding was too much for the lower order The innings contained only 24 boundaries all bar five of those coming when Fell and Kervezee seemed to have done all the hard work in correcting Worcestershire s sluggish start The first power play yielded only 26 runs in 10 overs for the loss of the openers Daryl Mitchell playing on to David Payne and Tom Kohler Cadmore running himself out Worcestershire assistant coach Matt Mason said We were in a fantastic position to get 300 again and then unfortunately there were some poor decisions by our batsmen Shot selection was questionable at best As a result we left our bowlers with too much to do Scorecard Gloucestershire won the toss and elected to bowl Worcestershire Daryl Mitchell Tom Kohler Cadmore Thomas Fell Alexei Kervezee Ross Whiteley Gareth Andrew Oliver Cox Joseph Leach Jack Shantry Mitchell McClenaghan Charles Morris Gloucestershire Michael Klinger Hamish Marshall Christopher Dent Alex Gidman Ian Cockbain William Gidman Gareth Roderick Benny Howell Jack Taylor Craig Miles David Payne Worcestershire 229 all out Gloucestershire 216 5 Gloucestershire win by 5 wickets D L Method Worcestershire How out Runs Minutes Balls 4s 6s Daryl Mitchell Bowled David Payne 2 13 7 0 0 Tom Kohler Cadmore Run Out Jack Taylor 9 17 12 1 0 Tom Fell Caught Ian Cockbain Bowled Jack Taylor 89 140 112 10 0 Alexei Kervezee Caught Gareth Roderick Bowled Craig Miles 80 109 87 8 1 Ross Whiteley Caught Benny Howell Bowled William Gidman 12 19 22 0 1 Gareth Andrew Caught Jack Taylor Bowled William Gidman 7 12 9 1 0 Ben Cox Bowled David Payne 9 14 5 0 1 Joe Leach Not Out 10 36 17 1 0 Jack Shantry Bowled William Gidman 2 6 4 0 0 Mitchell McClenaghan Bowled William Gidman

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  • Worcestershire v Gloucestershire | Gloucestershire Cricket
    take maximum bowling points for the 25th match in succession Starting with Howell s lbw dismissal by Leach for 32 the last five wickets tumbled for the addition of 36 the most significant when Gidman was bowled attempting to drive Leach He hit 22 fours and a six from 232 balls Matt Mason Worcestershire s assistant coach saw signs of a recovery in the making as the team reflected on their first day troubles He said Sitting around the dressing room after a day like that it can easily be a quiet sort of deflated place But the lads were talking and discussing where we ve gone wrong which means they are learning We ve had some iffy days throughout the campaign and we ve always come back strongly Day 2 Worcestershire s hopes of setting an early date for a promotion party took a knock as Alex Gidman s second century of the season put Gloucestershire in a powerful position in the LV County Championship meeting at New Road Yet all may not be lost for the Second Division leaders Their bowlers found a better line on the second day Joe Leach s spell of four for 23 wrapping up Gloucestershire s first innings for 378 and opener Richard Oliver continued the fightback with his second half century of the game in a total of 154 for two Batting again with a deficit of 184 after Gidman s punishing knock of 146 Worcestershire could easily have folded when Daryl Mitchell gloved a lifter from Craig Miles and Tom Fell edged a drive off David Payne inside nine overs Gidman held both chances at first slip but Oliver s response was in trademark style going for his shots at every opportunity The left hander reached a career best 84 not out from 111 balls and Alexei Kervezee also played a key role with 50 as an unbroken stand of 122 cut the gap to only 30 On the second morning the West Country team were holding all the aces with half centuries by Gareth Roderick and Gidman already in the scorebook when they resumed at 181 for two Five overs brought the 14 runs required for the lead but Charlie Morris in a good spell from the New Road end issued a warning that the batsmen could expect a tougher examination Gidman on 69 was dropped at first slip then a single brought Roderick on to strike needing two runs for a century on his return to the side after twice breaking a finger this season The South African wicket keeper batsman instinctively pulled a short ball but only found Shaaiq Choudhry at long leg Having played so well hitting 15 fours it would have been frustrating to miss a gift from the 119th ball he faced Gidman s progress from 76 to 100 with six fours in a row was far from secure with four of the boundaries coming from edges but this sketchy patch was quickly forgotten as he motored on from his century in 165 balls It was a good way for the former county captain to mark his temporary return to leading the side in the absence of Michael Klinger through injury Positive from the outset he heaped further pressure on Worcestershire in stands of 56 with Hamish Marshall and 58 with Benny Howell Marshall 15 provided a solitary wicket for spin when caught behind off Choudhry and Ian Cockbain went cheaply cutting Morris to third slip but the lead was almost 150 before Worcestershire rallied to take maximum bowling points for the 25th match in succession Starting with Howell s lbw dismissal by Leach for 32 the last five wickets tumbled for the addition of 36 the most significant when Gidman was bowled attempting to drive Leach He hit 22 fours and a six from 232 balls Day 1 Promotion favourites Worcestershire endured one of their worst days of the summer in the LV County Championship when dismissed for 194 by Gloucestershire on a seaming surface at New Road Having come into the match with a game in hand and 43 points ahead of second placed Surrey they are already looking at a sizeable deficit after the visitors smooth progress to 181 for two Gloucestershire briefly wobbled at the start slipping to 43 for two when Will Tavare 23 was caught in the slips off Charlie Morris second delivery but Gareth Roderick seized the initiative adding a fluent and substantial half century to five catches behind the wicket The South African cruised to 88 not out with 15 fours off 107 balls and so far he has put on 138 with Alex Gidman unbeaten on 57 in cutting the gap to a mere 13 after a day when most things went right for their side Gloucestershire became the first county to dismiss the Division Two leaders for under 200 in a first innings this season despite the absence of Will Gidman through injury in advance of confirmation that he will be with Nottinghamshire in 2015 One look at a grassy first day pitch made it a straightforward decision for Alex Gidman to field first after taking over the captaincy when Michael Klinger rested a neck injury prior to a make or break fixture in the Royal London One Day Cup With a quarter final spot secured this week Gloucestershire are looking to book a home tie by winning their final Group A game against Derbyshire at Derby next Thursday Another objective is to improve their form in the Championship Injuries have been a major factor and apart from the absence of the younger Gidman the attack here is probably as strong it has been following the last minute registration of New Zealand off spinner Mark Craig With the ball consistently moving about off the seam Craig Miles led the assault on Worcestershire with four for 54 and the other wickets were equally shared by Liam Norwell and Benny Howell The batsmen could quickly see trouble

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  • Gloucestershire v Leicestershire | Gloucestershire Cricket
    98 and Norwell the pick of the bowlers returned three for 131 Chris Dent fell cheaply to Ollie Freckingham as Gloucestershire looked to build on their lead but there were no other alarms in the closing overs Day Two Atif Sheik claimed a hat trick in only his second LV County Championship game for Leicestershire as they fought back on the second day against Gloucestershire at Bristol The first of the 23 year old left arm seamer s victims was Alex Gidman lbw for a career best 264 The next two deliveries clean bowled Craig Miles and Liam Norwell to the astonishment of players and spectators who had seen the hosts romp to 591 for six It was the first hat trick by a Leicestershire bowler in the Championship since 2011 when Matthew Hoggard achieved the feat against Glamorgan at Grace Road Sheikh who recently earned a two year contract with Leicestershire after a lengthy trial period was making only his third appearance in a first class game his debut having been made for Derbyshire back in 2010 Gloucestershire still went on to post 646 But by the close the visitors had responded with 246 for two Greg Smith making 103 and Angus Robson contributing 97 to an opening stand of 206 The day began with Gloucestershire 513 for five and Gidman already on a career best 221 not out His brother Will had moved from five to 11 when playing across a ball from Ollie Freckingham and falling lbw Alex brought up his 250 with a pulled boundary off Rob Taylor with the total 570 for six A further 21 were added before he was dismissed by Sheikh having faced 274 balls and hit 38 fours and 3 sixes After the rapid departures of Miles and Norwell Tom Smith and David Payne piled on the agony for Leicestershire adding 55 for the last wicket before Smith was caught behind down the leg side off Freckingham for 49 at which point lunch was taken Freckingham finished with four for 138 and Sheikh four for 91 Soon those figures were being put into perspective as after threatening with the new ball Gloucestershire s bowlers found equally little in the slow unresponsive pitch By tea Smith and Robson had both reached half centuries in taking the score to 135 Smith was first to the landmark off 80 balls with 6 fours and a six while Robson followed off 94 deliveries with eight boundaries The final session saw Smith dropped on 85 by Chris Dent at second slip off Norwell with the score on 153 while his 22 year old partner younger brother of England s Sam Robson reached 1 000 first class runs for the season with a boundary off Payne that took him to 86 Both looked set for centuries But Robson perished three runs short sent back by Smith attempting a second run to third man and beaten by Ian Cockbain s throw to the bowler s end Smith did reach his ton off 170 deliveries with 14 fours and a six but the next ball saw him pinned lbw by Miles Talking about his hat trick Atif Sheikh said The lads were telling me to try a short ball after I got Gidman s wicket but I thought I would keep it simple and try hitting the stumps against nine and ten batsmen That s how it worked out I have never taken a hat trick in any form of cricket before so to do so when I am trying so hard to make an impression with Leicestershire is amazing It took me a long period on trial to earn a contract but now that I have two more years in which to improve my game I am looking forward to working hard and doing well for the club Day One Gareth Roderick and Alex Gidman put Leicestershire s attack to the sword with a record breaking triple century stand as Gloucestershire ran up 513 for five on the opening day of the LV County Championship match at Bristol The pair came together with the hosts 47 for two having won the toss and exploited perfect batting conditions to put on 392 in 66 2 overs beating the previous highest Gloucestershire third wicket stand of 336 set back in 1933 by Walter Hammond and Bev Lyon Both hit career best scores Roderick made 171 off 239 balls with 15 fours and 2 sixes while Gidman hammered an unbeaten 221 from 233 deliveries with 29 fours and 3 sixes Their partnership was only three short of Gloucestershire s record for any wicket Gloucestershire made a bright start under cloudless skies openers Will Tavare and Chris Dent taking the score to 39 in nine overs before Atif Sheikh struck with his first ball of the game after replacing Ollie Freckingham at the Ashley Down Road End Tavare chased a wide one from the left arm seamer and edged to wicketkeeper Niall O Brien having made 15 Dent followed when Freckingham switched to the Pavilion End and had him taken at second slip by Greg Smith for 24 pushing forward to make it 47 for two That was as good as it got for Leicestershire Alex Gidman looked in good touch from the start of his innings hitting successive boundaries through the covers as 15 came off an over from Freckingham Roderick began watchfully but gradually started to play his shots By lunch the pair had taken the total to 137 for two with few alarms As the sun continued to beat down Leicestershire s bowlers were made to toil in the afternoon session Gidman was first to his half century with a square cut boundary off Sheikh having faced 53 balls and hit 10 fours Roderick followed to the same landmark in the next over The wicketkeeper who missed much of the season after twice breaking the same finger had hit seven boundaries in facing 85 deliveries Without a semblance of

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  • Kent v Gloucestershire | Gloucestershire Cricket
    two and a lead of 223 after two days of an enthralling tussle Having banked a slender 15 run lead after the first innings Gloucestershire appear very well placed for only their fourth Division Two win of the summer having bossed Wednesday s proceedings Batting for a second time by 2 25pm having dismissed Kent for 164 Tavare ensured his side continued to dominate with a studious innings typical of those played during his uncle s 31 match England Test career The willowy right hander hit nine graceful fours in his 76 ball 50 during a 106 run opening stand with Chris Dent who was only three short of his own half century when his miscued pull skied to mid wicket to gift David Griffiths his maiden championship wicket for the county In his next over Griffiths bamboozled Gareth Roderick with a slower off cutter that snared the right hander leg before without scoring to bring Alex Gidman to the crease Tavare survived a run out scare when on 90 after chancing a second run against Griffiths throw The extra run took him to 1 000 first class runs for the season Five overs later Tavare turned one from Griffiths for a single to mid wicket to reach his 150 ball ton with 13 boundaries It was his fourth Championship hundred of the summer and the last action before the players left the field for bad light At the start of the day Kent resuming 96 runs behind on their overnight score of 83 for four lost two wickets in the opening hour as Gloucestershire s seamers made the most of overcast conditions David Payne removed Darren Stevens for 23 to a sharp low catch at mid on after the ball appeared to hold up on the wicket causing the batsman to check his attempted straight drive In the next over Calum Haggett held his bat out to dry against Liam Norwell to give keeper Roderick a regulation catch and make it 99 for six Sam Billings with a 101 ball half century ensured there were no further scares for Kent before bad light and drizzle forced the players off for an early lunch with the hosts on 116 a deficit of 63 James Tredwell three fell soon after the resumption lbw to Craig Miles after a late decision to shoulder arms and Mitch Claydon one followed soon after losing his off stump to the same bowler Miles the pick of the visiting attack collected a third wicket by snaring top scorer Billings 73 with a slower off cutter that moved up the St Lawrence slope to defeat the right hander s defensive push Griffiths 12 followed lbw soon after as Kent succumbed for 164 to tail by 25 at the mid point of the match Day One Mitchell Claydon bagged his third five wicket haul of the season as Kent dismissed Gloucestershire for 179 on the opening day at the Spitfire Ground Responding after tea Kent fared badly in reaching 83 for four in 32 overs through to stumps to trail by 96 going into the second day of a Division Two clash that counts for little in the promotion shakedown Claydon s stint of five for 61 wrapped up the Gloucestershire innings within two sessions but Kent fared little better thereafter With Rob Key and Ben Harmison sidelined through injury emergency opener Fabian Cowdrey seven lasted seven overs before he played down the wrong line to go lbw to David Payne Ten overs later the in form Daniel Bell Drummond called for a suicidal single to cover to be run out by Benny Howell then Howell took up the ball to trap Brendan Nash lbw for 15 Just before bad light bought about an early close Kent s acting skipper Sam Northeast blotted his copybook by chasing one from Liam Norwell to go for two The day had started with Gloucestershire batting first after winning the toss on a bright Canterbury morning However the visitors made a disastrous start in losing five wickets within an hour Claydon was first to strike from the Pavilion End when after just 16 deliveries Chris Dent on one sparred outside off stump to snick a comfortable catch to Darren Stevens at slip Six deliveries later and with only five on the board Stevens struck to remove Will Tavare without scoring Running one down the Nackington Road slope Stevens snared Tavare lbw after the willowy right hander s late decision to shoulder arms Alex Gidman Gloucestershire s only player with 1 000 runs for the campaign and who recently announced his departure to Worcestershire stroked a couple of crisp boundaries in his 12 before he too went lbw this time to Claydon His hesitant prod half forward and outside the line leaving umpire Neil Bainton with little option but to raise his finger Claydon picked up a third scalp in his next over Getting one to lift and leave Gareth Roderick 11 the right hander found a thick edge to James Tredwell at second slip Gloucestershire s opening hour demise continued when a Stevens out swinger squared up Hamish Marshall and found the edge through to third slip to send the Kiwi packing for five and leave the visitors on 29 for five Claydon effective and dangerous despite his shortened run up bagged his 50th championship wicket of the summer when he had Ian Cockbain six well held by Tredwell in the cordon diving in front of first slip Claydon took a breather after his 11 over stint of four for 21 to be replaced by Calum Haggett who struck with his first delivery of the match by having Tom Smith 10 caught in the gully from an ill advised back foot force Then in the final over before lunch Benny Howell three was turned in defence by another Stevens away swinger that flew off the edge to second slip where Tredwell took another spectacular one handed catch this time to his right

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  • Gloucestershire v Unicorns | Gloucestershire Cricket
    in Wormsley Unicorns who lost their Group C opener against Somerset by eight wickets won the toss and elected to bat at at Sir Paul Getty s Ground They lost their first wicket halfway through the second over when wicketkeeper Lewis Hill was caught by Alex Gidman off the bowling of brother Will Tom Lancefield and Michael O Shea looked to build steadily but opener Lancefield went for 16 from 35 balls with Gidman picking up his second wicket as Chris Dent took the catch Garry Park and O Shea put on 40 for the third wicket before the former fell lbw to Ed Young for 23 to leave Unicorns 82 3 in the 23rd over O Shea s resolute innings came to an end just two overs later as he was trapped in front by Benny Howell for 41 with the home side now struggling at 92 4 Things got worse for Unicorns when Scott Elstone went for 15 after he was caught by Ian Cockbain off David Payne and five became six when Aneurin Norman was dismissed by Graeme McCarter for a duck Payne quickly removed Robert Woolley four and Paul Hindmarch nought to leave Unicorns 130 8 before skipper Keith Parsons went lbw to Young for 28 Luke Beaven eight and Josh Poysden 10 ensured Unicorns batted out the 40 overs and they finished 153 9 Gloucestershire were in no mood to limp towards the low target as they moved to 61 without loss in the opening 10 overs with Hamish Marshall leading the way with 36 from 35 balls The New Zealander reached his half century with a six halfway through the 12th over reaching the landmark off just 45 balls while at the other end Michael Klinger was happy to play a supporting role The

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  • Michael Klinger | Gloucestershire Cricket
    46 80 Royal London One Day Cup 2015 Innings Top Score Not Out Runs Avg 8 137 3 531 106 20 NatWest T20 Blast 2015 Innings Top Score Not Out Runs Avg 12 126 4 654 81 75 Bowling LV County Championship 2015 Matches Overs Runs Wickets Avg 6 0 0 0 Royal London One Day Cup 2015 Matches Overs Runs Wickets Avg 8 0 0 0 NatWest T20 Blast 2015 Matches Overs Runs Wickets Avg 12 0 0 0 A prolific batsman in his native Australia Michael has continued his run scoring exploits throughout his three seasons with Gloucestershire In 2015 he made over 1600 runs and was named PCA Professional Cricketers Association Player of the Year in both the NatWest T20 Blast and Royal London One Day Cup after finishing as topscorer in both competitions Having returned to Australia for family reasons Michael famously flew back to score 137 as Gloucestershire beat Yorkshire in the RL Cup semi final before leading them to victory in the final at Lord s v Surrey He originally joined Gloucestershire as club captain in December 2012 succeeding Alex Gidman and has returned every year initially as captain across all formats and last season as skipper in one day and T20 Michael began his career in Australia with Victoria but after a spell with South Australia he now plays for Western Australia WA and the Perth Scorchers He was the topscorer in Big Bash League 4 as the Scorchers took the title and made major contributions as WA won the domestic 50 over competition and finished runners up in the Sheffield Shield Michael has represented Australia A and also played for the Kochi Tuskers Kerala Captain 2 Michael Klinger C 9 Hamish Marshall V Batsmen Wicketkeepers 13 Benny Howell 15 Chris Dent 27

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  • Gloucestershire v Glamorgan | Gloucestershire Cricket
    left hander Chris Dent contributing 41 runs and six fours in a stand of 79 with Klinger A half century appeared to be his for the asking only for Western Australia paceman Hogan to pin Roderick lbw on the front foot to initiate a breakthrough shortly before tea But Klinger and Housego proved immoveable thereafter the former safely negotiating 191 deliveries and the latter offering staunch support to reach the close unbeaten on 46 from 118 balls The second wicket stand is currently worth exactly 100 Murray Goodwin earlier registered his 68th first class hundred as Glamorgan resuming on 318 5 added 130 more runs in an eventful morning session Released by Sussex after passing 50 on only two occasions last season the 40 year old held sway for five hours realising three figures for the first time since joining his new county in the winter Particularly effective playing off the back foot he cut and pulled his way to 12 fours in a patient innings of 108 that spanned 221 balls and was finally terminated when he became the first of three batsmen to fall to Craig Miles in the space of seven balls as the visitors slipped from 339 5 to 443 8 But Glamorgan skipper Mark Wallace and Hogan slammed the door shut on Gloucestershire in a whirlwind alliance of 68 in 11 1 overs the latter raising his maiden first class 50 from 48 balls and smiting eight fours and a six in the process Wallace was last man out and finished six runs short of a hundred having negotiated 118 balls hit 14 fours and a six staged partnerships of 68 69 and 37 with Goodwin Hogan and Mike Reed for the sixth ninth and tenth wickets respectively and helped Glamorgan bank four batting bonus points Gloucestershire Academy product Miles returned figures of 5 83 and has now claimed 25 wickets in five Championship outings since breaking into the side last month He was aided and abetted by left arm seamer David Payne who plugged away to finish with 3 87 including the wicket of Wallace while 16 year old off spinner Miles Hammond claimed his first victim in Championship cricket when Hogan holed out to long on Day 1 Jim Allenby and Murray Goodwin held sway in the sunshine as Glamorgan assumed the upper hand on the first day of the LV County Championship Second Division match against Gloucestershire at Bristol Glamorgan s fifth wicket pair staged a restorative stand of 185 in 50 overs as the visitors recovered from 85 4 to reach 318 5 by the close after being put in to bat by Gloucestershire skipper Michael Klinger That decision appeared sound when Craig Miles and David Payne took two wickets apiece with the new ball but Allenby and Goodwin redressed the balance on a true pitch to help Glamorgan bank three batting bonus points with the prospect of more to come on the second day Fresh from scoring a career best

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  • Hampshire v Gloucestershire | Gloucestershire Cricket
    stage but recovered thanks to Marshall s diligence to finish on a respectable 349 for seven from 96 overs After the entire first day had been lost to rain it was a good toss to win on a green looking wicket and under gloomy skies and a strong wind Hampshire s Jimmy Adams won it and chose to field Almost immediately Adams could see his decision justified as the man who lost the toss Gloucestershire s Michael Klinger was out at the end of the first over Hampshire brought in Pakistani all rounder Sohail Tanvir for his debut and it was Sohail who claimed his first wicket in county cricket Klinger leg before without offering a shot Hampshire also brought in Dimitri Mascarenhas for his first Championship match of the season and the wily veteran sent back Dan Housego at 41 again leg before With the ball moving off the seam batting was a hazardous business and Alex Gidman was next to go at 56 edging David Balcombe to Liam Dawson at second slip Dawson had earlier dropped a similar chance Then as the sun came out Chris Dent was joined by Marshall and the Gloucestershire recovery began Obdurate Dent batted through the difficult first session for 34 but added only one more after the lunch break before providing Sohail with his second and last wicket of the day Dawson again holding the catch at second slip Marshall now 34 and seven years since the last of his 13 New Zealand Test caps lifted Balcombe for the first of his two sixes as Hampshire failed to press home their morning advantage With former Hampshire batsman Benny Howell offering solid support the fifth wicket pair put on 106 in 28 overs before Howell was bowled by Sean Ervine for 54 an innings which included eight boundaries against his old club Marshall hit the spin of Liam Dawson for his other six on his way to the 22nd century of his first class career before Balcombe found an edge at 289 and Dawson completed his third catch Marshall faced 184 balls and also hit 13 fours and by the time of his departure Gloucestershire had gained the upper hand In the evening session Gloucestershire also lost Will Gidman at 338 to a catch behind off Mascarenhas but Gareth Roderick and James Fuller saw their side through to the close without further mishap Sohail can be satisfied with his first appearance finishing with two wickets for 68 runs off 20 overs while there were two wickets each for Balcombe and Mascarenhas Scorecard Hampshire won the toss and elected to bowl Hampshire Michael Carberry James Adams Liam Dawson Neil McKenzie James Vince Sean Ervine Adam Wheater Adrian Mascarenhas Sohail Tanvir David Balcombe James Tomlinson Gloucestershire Michael Klinger Christopher Dent Dan Housego Alex Gidman Hamish Marshall Benny Howell Gareth Roderick William Gidman James Fuller Craig Miles David Payne Gloucestershire first innings 410 declared Hampshire first innings Gloucestershire win by 198 runs Gloucestershire second innings Hampshire

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