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  • Gloucestershire v Australia A | Gloucestershire Cricket
    5 losing five wickets for 18 runs South Australia paceman Sayers proved the main beneficiary of cloudy overhead conditions returning figures of 5 24 in 11 overs to knock over the tail while leg spinner Fawad Ahmed accounted for Howell who top scored with 35 before slicing a cut shot to slip Day 1 Nic Maddinson smashed his second swashbuckling century in successive innings for Australia A as the tourists ran up 331 for four declared on the opening day of the match with Gloucestershire at Bristol The 21 year old New South Wales opener followed up his blistering 113 not out against Ireland at Stormont with a breathtaking career best 181 off 142 balls with 22 fours and 9 sixes Maddinson received good support from Jordan Silk 41 and Phil Hughes 47 as Australia A batted positively from the start on a true pitch having won the toss in warm sunshine By the close Gloucestershire had struggled to 104 for five in reply Chadd Sayers claiming three for 24 from seven overs and Benny Howell unbeaten on 27 Left hander Maddinson who had cleared the ropes six times in his 63 ball blitz against Ireland looked confident from ball one and produced a glorious array of strokes all around the wicket Silk contributed freely to a century first wicket stand and the total had reached 103 in the 19 th over when he was bowled off stump by fellow Aussie Dan Christian making his Gloucestershire debut prior to representing the county in the Friends Life t20 competition Maddinson survived a confident appeal for a catch behind off Will Gidman when on 73 and had added two more by lunch which was taken on 147 for one from 29 overs He reached his hundred early in the afternoon session off 106 balls and required just 20 further deliveries to get to 150 by which time he had struck 19 fours and 7 sixes with some flourishing drives and savage pull shots Hughes departed just before that milestone caught behind cutting at the medium pace of Howell to make it 236 for two The little left hander had faced 68 balls and hit 8 fours and a six in a typically chirpy innings The most extraordinary of Maddinson s 9 sixes was the last as he advanced down the pitch to launch Howell straight back over his head and onto the third floor of the new flats being constructed at the Ashley Down Road End of the County Ground Howell got revenge next ball as Maddinson was caught at long on off a skyer having eclipsed his previous best first class score of 154 made for New South Wales against Tasmania at Hobart last February Australia A skipper Steve Smith was caught behind down the leg side glancing Gidman for ten and opted to declare at tea with Usman Khawaja unbeaten on 29 It proved a sound decision as Sayers sent back Chris Dent 23 Michael Klinger 13 and Gareth Roderick

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  • Northamptonshire v Gloucestershire | Gloucestershire Cricket
    put the Steelbacks in to bat Dan Christian then dismissed Richard Levi 2 in the second over when he chased the Australian s wide delivery and was taken by Gloucestershire wicketkeeper Gareth Roderick Coetzer departed when he chipped Benny Howell to visiting captain Michael Klinger at extra cover before the same bowler castled Cameron White after he had clubbed 28 off 20 balls The Steelbacks captain Alex Wakely bludgeoned 36 off only 19 deliveries before smashing David Payne to Ian Cockbain at long off with the last ball of the innings Chasing 125 Gloucestershire lost Hamish Marshall 2 from the second ball when he launched David Willey to Cameron White at mid wicket before Chris Dent 11 dragged Azharullah on to his stumps The visitors then lost two wickets in consecutive balls in the eighth over bowled by White when Christian 13 picked out Willey at long on Klinger was taken at long off by Matthew Spriegel off the next ball after plundering 27 as the game slipped away from Gloucestershire Five wickets then tumbled for just three runs as Howell 10 was superbly run out by Willey at long on before Graeme White caught and bowled Alex Gidman 3 with the very next ball White then bowled James Fuller 2 before Azharullah repeated the dose to Cockbain and Roderick in the penultimate over to compound the visitors misery Scorecard Gloucestershire won the toss and elected to bowl Northamptonshire Richard Levi Kyle Coetzer Cameron White Alex Wakely David Willey Matthew Spriegel Andrew Hall David Murphy Graeme White Lee Daggett Mohammad Azharullah Gloucestershire Hamish Marshall Michael Klinger Christopher Dent Alex Gidman Daniel Christian Benny Howell Ian Cockbain Gareth Roderick James Fuller Tom Smith David Payne Northamptonshire 124 4 Gloucestershire 83 9 Northamptonshire win by 41 runs Northamptonshire How out Runs Minutes Balls 4s 6s Richard Levi Caught Gareth Roderick Bowled Daniel Christian 1 6 3 0 0 Kyle Coetzer Caught Michael Klinger Bowled Benny Howell 39 27 25 8 0 Cameron White Bowled Benny Howell 28 29 20 2 1 Alex Wakely Caught Ian Cockbain Bowled David Payne 36 26 19 2 2 David Willey Not Out 9 16 6 0 1 Matthew Spriegel Andrew Hall David Murphy Graeme White Lee Daggett Azharullah Extras 0b 7lb 2nb 0p 2w 11 Total 124 Fall of wickets 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 7 51 78 124 Bowlers Overs Maidens Runs Wickets James Fuller 3 0 17 0 Daniel Christian 2 0 27 1 Tom Smith 1 0 6 0 David Payne 3 0 35 1 Benny Howell 2 0 15 2 Alex Gidman 1 0 17 0 Gloucestershire How out Runs Minutes Balls 4s 6s Hamish Marshall Caught Cameron White Bowled David Willey 2 1 2 0 0 Michael Klinger Caught Matthew Spriegel Bowled Graeme White 27 31 25 2 0 Chris Dent Bowled Azharullah 11 16 10 2 0 Daniel Christian Caught David Willey Bowled Graeme White 13 13 10 2 0 Alex Gidman Caught and Bowled

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  • Gloucestershire v Worcestershire | Gloucestershire Cricket
    Worcestershire captain 25 runs The first was over extra cover and the next two straight into the flats being constructed at the Ashley Down Road End Gidman provided the best support in a fifth wicket stand of 65 from five overs He was felled by a beamer from Chris Russell which hit him in the chest in the 19 th over and didn t field later in the game It was Russell s second such delivery in the over so he was ordered out of the attack and it was completed by Gareth Andrew who bowled Gidman with the first ball after the batsman received treatment Worcestershire s reply got off to a bad start when Moeen Ali drove a catch to cover off James Fuller s forth ball of the innings and it was four for two when Thilan Samaraweera skied to slip off Dan Christian At the end of the six overs of power play the visitors were becalmed on 35 for two The next over saw Mitchell caught at short fine leg off David Payne to make it 39 for three Andre Russell launched left arm spinner Tom Smith for two big sixes but perished leg before in the same over At the halfway stage Worcestershire were 60 for four needing a further 125 off ten overs They never looked remotely capable of that and wickets continued to fall around Kervezee as Gloucestershire outplayed their opponents in all departments Cox at least hit a couple of sixes in a defiant and impressive late effort Scorecard Gloucestershire won the toss and elected to bat Gloucestershire Michael Klinger Hamish Marshall Christopher Dent Daniel Christian Alex Gidman Ian Cockbain Benny Howell Gareth Roderick James Fuller Tom Smith David Payne Worcestershire Thilan Samaraweera Moeen Ali Alexei Kervezee Daryl Mitchell Andre Russell Gareth Andrew Aneesh Kapil Oliver Cox Shaaiq Choudhry Jack Shantry Chris Russell Gloucestershire 184 5 Worcestershire 136 all out Gloucestershire win by 48 runs Gloucestershire How out Runs Minutes Balls 4s 6s Michael Klinger Not Out 108 88 64 9 5 Hamish Marshall Caught Andre Russell Bowled Jack Shantry 11 9 10 1 0 Chris Dent Caught Ben Cox Bowled Andre Russell 10 8 6 2 0 Ian Cockbain Caught Alexei Kervezee Bowled Jack Shantry 16 24 15 2 0 Daniel Christian L B W Shaaiq Choudhry 3 13 7 0 0 Alex Gidman Bowled Gareth Andrew 18 24 18 2 0 Benny Howell Not Out 3 6 4 0 0 Gareth Roderick James Fuller Tom Smith David Payne Extras 1b 3lb 8nb 0p 3w 15 Total 184 Fall of wickets 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 21 39 90 107 172 Bowlers Overs Maidens Runs Wickets Jack Shantry 4 0 41 2 Gareth Andrew 3 0 20 1 Andre Russell 3 0 32 1 Chris Russell 2 0 31 0 Daryl Mitchell 2 0 33 0 Moeen Ali 1 0 10 0 Worcestershire How out Runs Minutes Balls 4s 6s Moeen Ali Caught Sub 1

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  • Somerset v Gloucestershire | Gloucestershire Cricket
    his old club A magnificent game of T20 cricket was in the balance even in the final over which Somerset began needing only five to win David Payne bowled Craig Meschede with three still needed but Arafat walked out to settle matters with a sliced boundary to third man Somerset had bowled tightly to start with after winning the toss Arafat claimed his first of his two wickets when Michael Klinger top edged a pull to mid wicket and Kirby struck against his old club by pinning Chris Dent lbw for a duck After the six overs of power play the visitors were becalmed on 35 for two But Cockbain then went on the attack and while Marshall was not at his best the pair added 110 in 10 5 overs Cockbain pulled the first six of the innings in the ninth over sent down bv Craig Meschede who was also hit for maximums by Marshall and Gidman as his four overs went for 54 Marshall was one short of a half century when leg spinner Max Waller accepted a sharp caught and bowled chance The first ball of the following over saw Cockbain caught at long on off Kirby and Somerset looked to be reining their visitors in But Gidman struck some meaty blows in the closing overs and 190 looked around a par score on a flat wicket in glorious sunshine Gloucestershire must have fancied their chances when Fuller scattered Marcus Trescothick s stumps with the first ball of Somerset s reply But in the end there was only one candidate for man of the match and Kieswetter duly collected the award for a mature as well as superbly skilful innings Scorecard Gloucestershire won the toss and elected to bat Somerset Marcus Trescothick Craig Kieswetter Peter Trego Alviro Petersen James Hildreth Joseph Buttler Craig Meschede Yasir Satti Alfonso Thomas Max Waller Steven Kirby Gloucestershire Hamish Marshall Michael Klinger Christopher Dent Daniel Christian Alex Gidman Benny Howell Ian Cockbain James Fuller Gareth Roderick Tom Smith David Payne Gloucestershire 190 6 Somerset 192 6 Somerset win by 4 wickets Gloucestershire How out Runs Minutes Balls 4s 6s Hamish Marshall Caught and Bowled Max Waller 49 49 39 4 2 Michael Klinger Caught James Hildreth Bowled Yasir Arafat 8 10 11 0 0 Chris Dent L B W Steven Kirby 0 2 1 0 0 Ian Cockbain Caught Craig Kieswetter Bowled Steven Kirby 63 38 36 7 2 Daniel Christian Bowled Yasir Arafat 12 12 9 1 0 Alex Gidman Run Out Max Waller 36 25 18 1 3 Benny Howell Not Out 10 14 8 1 0 James Fuller Gareth Roderick Tom Smith David Payne Extras 1b 6lb 4nb 0p 1w 12 Total 190 Fall of wickets 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 17 17 127 127 151 190 Bowlers Overs Maidens Runs Wickets Yasir Arafat 4 0 32 2 Alfonso Thomas 4 0 34 0 Steven Kirby 4 0 22 2 Craig Meschede 4 0

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  • Worcestershire v Gloucestershire | Gloucestershire Cricket
    When Gareth Andrew chipped Smith to mid wicket giving the left arm spinner two for 22 the home side were on 93 for five but Ben Cox 17 not out completed the job with a straight six off Benny Howell Comprehensively beaten in their first two group games Worcestershire selected three spinners in an attempt to take advantage of a dry sparsely grassed surface The plan worked to perfection in the case of Moeen who delivered 14 dot balls in four overs but the seamers were not to be shut out of the action in reversing the previous week s 48 run defeat at Bristol Michael Klinger who won that match for Gloucestershire with an unbeaten century gave Jack Shantry the first of two wickets in successive balls in the fourth over The Australian turned a simple chance to short mid wicket and Chris Dent was stuck on the crease when caught by wicketkeeper Cox next ball There was soon to be another double with the last ball of one over and the first of the next Cox grabbed another edge from Dan Christian and Alex Gidman was leg before as Daryl Mitchell began a spell of three for 21 Six batsmen got into double figures but no one could break free as Worcestershire backed up their bowlers with slick catching none better than Kervezee s overhead take from Howell in front of the rope at mid wicket Scorecard Gloucestershire won the toss and elected to bat Worcestershire Moeen Ali Thilan Samaraweera Alexei Kervezee Daryl Mitchell Andre Russell Gareth Andrew Oliver Cox Joseph Leach Brett D Oliveira Shaaiq Choudhry Jack Shantry Gloucestershire Hamish Marshall Michael Klinger Christopher Dent Ian Cockbain Daniel Christian Alex Gidman Benny Howell James Fuller Gareth Roderick Tom Smith David Payne Gloucestershire 119 9 Worcestershire 120 5 Worcestershire win by 5 wickets Gloucestershire How out Runs Minutes Balls 4s 6s Michael Klinger Caught Gareth Andrew Bowled Jack Shantry 17 11 13 2 1 Hamish Marshall Caught Daryl Mitchell Bowled Moeen Ali 23 28 21 4 0 Chris Dent Caught Ben Cox Bowled Jack Shantry 0 1 1 0 0 Ian Cockbain Caught Daryl Mitchell Bowled Brett D Oliveira 8 20 17 0 0 Daniel Christian Caught Ben Cox Bowled Moeen Ali 15 14 13 2 0 Alex Gidman L B W Daryl Mitchell 7 11 8 1 0 Benny Howell Caught Alexei Kervezee Bowled Daryl Mitchell 10 17 12 1 0 James Fuller Run Out Ben Cox 3 6 4 0 0 Gareth Roderick Caught Gareth Andrew Bowled Daryl Mitchell 12 19 17 0 0 Tom Smith Not Out 13 14 11 1 0 David Payne Not Out 5 4 3 0 0 Extras 4b 0lb 0nb 0p 2w 6 Total 119 Fall of wickets 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 27 27 46 50 75 75 79 94 108 Bowlers Overs Maidens Runs Wickets Shaaiq Choudhry 4 0 31 0 Jack Shantry 4 1 23 2 Gareth Andrew 1 0 6 0

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  • Gloucestershire v Kent | Gloucestershire Cricket
    bowled off his pads by slow left armer Tom Smith in the act of sweeping for nine while Sam Northeast was brilliantly caught down the leg side by wicketkeeper Gareth Roderick off the bowling of Craig Miles just six runs short of a century But veteran county campaigner Stevens slammed the door shut on Gloucestershire s hopes of enforcing the follow on crashing 75 runs off 71 balls in a forthright innings that yielded 9 fours and 2 sixes Day 2 Festival Double ton for Alex It was a red letter day for Alex Gidman at the Cheltenham Festival as Gloucestershire made 562 5 declared against Kent who responded with 165 2 by stumps Gidman began the second day s play on 145 and went on to make 211 before being run out by Brendan Nash s underarm throw from mid on as he went for single off Charlie Shreck s bowling The bare statistics of his innings show that it came from 347 balls included 25 fours and two sixes and he spent seven hours and 10 minutes in the middle But of more significance to the county s former skipper was that he surpassed his previous best first class score 176 against Surrey at Bristol in 2009 and that he became Gloucestershire s first double centurion since Craig Spearman achieved the feat against Warwickshire at Bristol in 2004 This was also Gloucestershire s first double hundred at Cheltenham since Australian Sean Young managed to do so against Derbyshire in 1997 Gidman s career best and double hundred were both warmly acknowledged by the College Ground crowd and he has now scored 894 first class runs this season at an average of 74 5 quite a turnaround in fortunes for the 32 year old from last summer when he only scored 528 runs Gidman took a single off James Tredwell to better his previous best score of 176 and showed no sign of nerves as he approached a double hundred He hit James Tredwell for a straight six to move into the 190s and then carved Ben Harmison to the backward point boundary to reach 199 A single to midwicket off Harmison s next delivery brought Gidman his 334 ball double century which contained 24 fours and two sixes Gidman received great support from Hamish Marshall who helped him put on 168 in 41 overs for the fourth wicket The New Zealander became Gloucestershire s third centurion of the innings when he took a single to the cover boundary off Ben Harmison and it was the quickest of the three from 156 deliveries with 11 fours and a six It was also the first time three Gloucestershire players had scored a hundred in an innings since Kadeer Ali Spearman and Marshall did so against Leicestershire at Grace Road in 2007 Marshall and Benny Howell hurried Gloucestershire towards a declaration with a partnership of 53 in seven overs Howell took 16 from one Shreck over whicn included a pulled six over square leg and was unbeaten on 34 from just 23 balls when Marshall s dismissal for 106 prompted the declaation from skipper Michael Klinger Marshall s fine innings was finally ended by off spinner Tredwell who garnered his first County Championship wicket of the summer when Calum Haggett took a well judged catch looking into the sun on the midwicket boundary Bat continued to dominate ball as Sam Northeast and Robert Key took Kent to 61 for no wicket at tea with few alarms But it was not quite so comfortable for the batsmen in the final session as Will Gidman put everything into an excellent spell from the College Lawn End while on loan Middlesex spinner Tom Smith posed a few problems from the Chapel End Key reached his half century from 94 balls but was undone soon after when he pushed forward to Will Gidman and snicked a low catch to wicketkeeper Gareth Roderick Northeast who had survived a sharp caught and bowled chance to James Fuller on 38 brought up his 86 ball half century with a midwicket boundary off Smith and progressed to 79 by stumps However Gloucestershire did have one more wicket to celebrate as Daniel Bell Drummond was bowled by Howell for 21 with four overs of the day remaining Day 1 Great start to Cheltenham Festival Gloucestershire enjoyed an excellent first day to the much loved Cheltenham Festival as centuries from Chris Dent and Alex Gidman led them to 348 3 against strugglers Kent The pair treated a good sized crowd at the College Ground to some superb strokeplay in the sunshine during a third wicket stand of 267 in 73 overs Dent progressed to a career best 153 before being caught behind with four overs of the day remaining while Gidman was unbeaten on 145 at stumps After winning the toss home skipper Michael Klinger helped Dent get the innings off to a brisk start with a flurry of boundaries from the bowling of South African star Vernon Philander and Charlie Shreck Calum Haggett made the brekathrough for Kent in his second over from the College Lawn End Klinger chased a wide delivery and only succeeded in edging it to Darren Stevens at second slip to depart for 20 with the score on 46 Haggett who was released by Somerset without making a first class appearance struck again in his fifth over when Housego on 13 got an inside edge onto his stumps Tight spells from Philander and Stevens slowed the scoring rate and an evenly balanced morning session ended with Gloucestershire on 98 for two from 31 overs It was a different story thereafter though as Dent and Gidman took advantage of the short boundaries square of the wicket and a quick outfield to lead Gloucestershire into a strong position Gidman enjoyed a slice of luck on 38 when Brendan Nash failed to grasp a head high chance at extra cover off Stevens His second reprieve came on 58 when

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  • Gloucestershire v Warwickshire | Gloucestershire Cricket
    Somerset and Worcestershire in previous outings they lost early wickets and never recovered from 29 3 in the fifth over Openers Hamish Marshall and Michael Klinger surrendered their wickets to poor shots the former hoisting 21 year old Javid to long on the latter driving a half volley from Clarke straight to cover Tempted by a short pitched delivery from England international Chris Woakes Ian Cockbain then holed out to Evans on the deep square leg boundary as the power play yielded a wholly inadequate 33 runs Worse followed for the home side when they lost a further three batsmen for the addition of three runs in a seven ball spell that reduced their innings to tatters Overseas signing Dan Christian chipped a delivery that stopped on him from Javid to short mid wicket for six and in form left hander Chris Dent departed later in the same over sweeping to deep square leg having scored 33 at a run a ball with 4 fours Benny Howell was bowled by Steffan Piolet s seam up and James Fuller gave off spinner Laurie Evans the charge and was comprehensively stumped by teenager Peter McKay at which point Gloucestershire were 71 7 in the 14 th over and in all kinds of trouble Alex Gidman struck the only six of the innings high over long on in the 17 th over but when he attempted a repeat two balls later and was caught at deep mid wicket any prospect of a competitive score disappeared with him New Zealand off spinner Jeetan Patel then mopped up the tail removing Tom Smith and Richard Coughtrie to finish with 2 18 Scorecard Warwickshire won the toss and elected to bowl Gloucestershire Michael Klinger Hamish Marshall Christopher Dent Daniel Christian Alex Gidman Ian Cockbain Benny Howell Richard Coughtrie James Fuller Tom Smith David Payne Warwickshire Varun Chopra William Porterfield Laurie Evans Darren Maddy Rikki Clarke Frederick Coleman Christopher Woakes Ateeq Javid Steffan Piolet Jeetan Patel Peter McKay Gloucestershire 96 all out Warwickshire 97 4 Warwickshire win by 6 wickets Gloucestershire How out Runs Minutes Balls 4s 6s Michael Klinger Caught Varun Chopra Bowled Rikki Clarke 6 13 11 0 0 Hamish Marshall Caught Chris Woakes Bowled Ateeq Javid 0 1 1 0 0 Chris Dent Caught Rikki Clarke Bowled Ateeq Javid 33 40 33 4 0 Ian Cockbain Caught Laurie Evans Bowled Chris Woakes 6 6 6 1 0 Daniel Christian Caught William Porterfield Bowled Ateeq Javid 6 19 12 0 0 Alex Gidman Caught Jeetan Patel Bowled Ateeq Javid 17 23 21 0 1 Benny Howell Bowled Steffan Piolet 1 2 3 0 0 James Fuller Caught Pete McKay Bowled Laurie Evans 4 8 8 0 0 Richard Coughtrie Caught Varun Chopra Bowled Jeetan Patel 11 17 13 1 0 Tom Smith Bowled Jeetan Patel 1 5 3 0 0 David Payne Not Out 0 2 1 0 0 Extras 5b 5lb 0nb 0p 1w 11 Total 96 Fall of wickets 1 2 3 4

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  • Gloucestershire v Northamptonshire | Gloucestershire Cricket
    with the total on 31 It was 49 1 at the end of the six overs of power play and with two runs added Cameron White on ten was caught on the deep mid wicket boundary by Dan Christian pulling a delivery from Benny Howell Wakely then helped Levi add 89 for the third wicket in 8 4 overs hitting two straight sixes in an over off the left arm spin of Chris Dent in his 24 ball innings which helped take the score to 140 3 The Northants skipper was annoyed with himself for giving a catch to long off in the 16 th over giving Howell as second wicket But there was no dislodging Levi who moved to his century with his fourth six hammered over mid wicket off Dent in the 19 th over Crook joined the party with two sixes of his own one of them bringing up the 200 in the final over bowled by David Payne Left arm spinner Smith escaped the carnage with creditable figures of 1 25 from his four overs Gloucestershire were left with a mountain to climb after Willey sent back Hamish Marshall Michael Klinger and Chris Dent to leave them 21 3 in the fourth over After ten overs the hosts had made only 65 4 But Gidman at least made a fight of it with 4 sixes and 4 fours as the only home player to match Levi s power Cockbain played well without reaching the necessary tempo as the required run rate grew to more than 15 an over and got to fifty off 43 balls in the 19 th over before being caught at mid wicket But by then the cause was lost Scorecard Gloucestershire won the toss and elected to bowl Gloucestershire Michael Klinger Hamish Marshall Christopher Dent Daniel Christian Alex Gidman Ian Cockbain Benny Howell Gareth Roderick Tom Smith David Payne Miles Hammond Northamptonshire Richard Levi Kyle Coetzer Cameron White Alex Wakely Matthew Spriegel David Willey Steven Crook David Murphy James Middlebrook Lee Daggett Mohammad Azharullah Northamptonshire 206 3 Gloucestershire 189 6 Northamptonshire win by 17 runs Northamptonshire How out Runs Minutes Balls 4s 6s Richard Levi Not Out 110 76 62 15 4 Kyle Coetzer Caught Alex Gidman Bowled Tom Smith 15 15 11 3 0 Cameron White Caught Daniel Christian Bowled Benny Howell 10 11 11 2 0 Alex Wakely Caught Ian Cockbain Bowled Benny Howell 35 30 24 1 2 Steven Crook Not Out 27 18 12 2 2 Matthew Spriegel David Willey David Murphy James Middlebrook Lee Daggett Azharullah Extras 5b 2lb 0nb 0p 2w 9 Total 206 Fall of wickets 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 31 51 140 Bowlers Overs Maidens Runs Wickets Tom Smith 4 0 25 1 Daniel Christian 3 0 37 0 Chris Dent 3 0 41 0 David Payne 4 0 47 0 Benny Howell 4 0 32 2 Miles Hammond 2 0 17 0 Gloucestershire How out Runs Minutes

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