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  • Gloucestershire v Glamorgan | Gloucestershire Cricket
    Jim Allenby driving high to Dan Christian at cover while fellow opener Mark Wallace departed six balls later taking one liberty too many against Payne s left arm seam and holing out to mid on Making his first appearance since the end of May after recovering from a broken wrist Young announced himself with the wicket of Chris Cooke who chipped straight to extra cover as the visitors slumped to 16 3 in the fourth over Veteran campaigner Murray Goodwin also departed to a poor shot leaning back and cutting a length ball from Christian to backward point and New Zealand all rounder Nathan McCullum sent a leading edge back to Payne in the act of playing to leg Charged with the task of rebuilding the innings the sixth wicket pair of Marcus North and Nick James applied themselves diligently to add 37 runs in eight overs But their partnership ended when they tried to force the issue North attempting to reverse sweep Young and succeeding only in offering a simple chance to Alex Gidman at short third man And Young struck again in his next over from the College Lawn end luring Graeme Wagg into front foot indiscretion as Glamorgan were further reduced to 74 7 in the 16 th over James hoisted Smith over square leg for the only six of the innings before being bowled by Payne for 27 in the final over while Michael Hogan was run out as the visitors failed to raise three figures Promoted to open the batting for the first time in 20 Bristolian Dent continued his rich vein of form at the Festival dominating an unbroken stand of 99 with Klinger in 12 5 overs to put the outcome beyond reasonable doubt Demonstrating a better understanding of the conditions than their opponents these two accrued 11 fours and 3 sixes between them to put Glamorgan s innings in perspective Glamorgan s bowlers must be sick of the sight of Dent who scored a superb match winning 150 in a Yorkshire Bank 40 over fixture in Cardiff in May On this occasion he raised 50 from 37 balls in a chanceless knock that included 8 fours and 2 sixes to equal his previous highest twenty20 score of 63 Klinger finished unbeaten on 35 from 34 balls with 3 fours and a six Scorecard Glamorgan won the toss and elected to bat Gloucestershire Michael Klinger Hamish Marshall Christopher Dent Daniel Christian Alex Gidman Ian Cockbain Benny Howell Gareth Roderick Edward Young Tom Smith David Payne Glamorgan James Allenby Mark Wallace Christopher Cooke Marcus North Murray Goodwin Nicholas James Nathan McCullum Graham Wagg Dean Cosker Michael Hogan Alex Jones Glamorgan 98 9 Gloucestershire 99 0 Gloucestershire win by 10 wickets Glamorgan How out Runs Minutes Balls 4s 6s Mark Wallace Caught Daniel Christian Bowled David Payne 3 8 7 0 0 Jim Allenby Caught Daniel Christian Bowled Tom Smith 1 4 3 0 0 Chris Cooke Caught Michael Klinger Bowled Ed Young 3 11

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  • Warwickshire v Gloucestershire | Gloucestershire Cricket
    and the Australia A right hander managed only 21 runs in the first 10 overs But Klinger found his range by pulling Steffan Piolet over the short midwicket boundary before reverse sweeping Ateeq Javid for a second six Klinger s third six swept off Piolet took him to a 40 ball half century but he perished in the penultimate over of the innings when he was bowled while aiming Jeetan Patel through the off side Apart from Klinger only Ian Cockbain who also launched Piolet for a six in his quickfire 25 really got to grips with Warwickshire s miserly off spinners Javid followed up his four wickets at Cheltenham with three for 26 and Patel who bowled Ed Young with his last ball finished with a season s best two for 13 Chopra and Porterfield s partnership ensured there was no chance of a repeat of Warwickshire collapse against Somerset on Sunday when they were shot out for 73 their lowest Twenty20 total Porterfield eased to 34 from 30 balls comfortably his highest score in this season s competition but then carved Alex Gidman to Cockbain at point and Chopra also perished when well set falling lbw while trying to sweep slow left armer Tom Smith Clarke then struck three sixes off Young in what proved to be the decisive over before he picked out deep midwicket and Darren Maddy guided Warwickshire home with 14 balls to spare Scorecard Warwickshire won the toss and elected to bowl Warwickshire Varun Chopra William Porterfield Laurie Evans Darren Maddy Rikki Clarke Christopher Woakes Ateeq Javid Steffan Piolet Jeetan Patel Peter McKay Frederick Coleman Gloucestershire Michael Klinger Hamish Marshall Christopher Dent Ian Cockbain Daniel Christian Alex Gidman Benny Howell Gareth Roderick Edward Young Tom Smith David Payne Gloucestershire 145 7 Warwickshire 149 3 Warwickshire win by 7 wickets Gloucestershire How out Runs Minutes Balls 4s 6s Michael Klinger Bowled Jeetan Patel 68 66 52 4 3 Chris Dent Bowled Ateeq Javid 1 2 2 0 0 Daniel Christian L B W Rikki Clarke 0 6 2 0 0 Ian Cockbain Caught William Porterfield Bowled Ateeq Javid 25 23 26 1 1 Hamish Marshall Caught Rikki Clarke Bowled Ateeq Javid 17 19 21 1 0 Alex Gidman Caught Freddie Coleman Bowled Darren Maddy 9 8 6 0 1 Benny Howell Not Out 16 13 9 2 0 Ed Young Bowled Jeetan Patel 0 1 1 0 0 Gareth Roderick Not Out 1 4 1 0 0 Tom Smith David Payne Extras 0b 0lb 0nb 0p 8w 8 Total 145 Fall of wickets 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 3 9 50 93 114 130 130 Bowlers Overs Maidens Runs Wickets Ateeq Javid 4 0 26 3 Rikki Clarke 3 0 21 1 Chris Woakes 4 0 39 0 Jeetan Patel 4 0 13 2 Steffan Piolet 4 0 40 0 Darren Maddy 1 0 6 1 Warwickshire How out Runs Minutes Balls 4s 6s William Porterfield Caught Ian Cockbain Bowled

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  • Glamorgan V Gloucestershire | Gloucestershire Cricket
    end to their T20 campaign after they had won their opening four games Glamorgan who included former England bowler Simon Jones were put into bat and could only make 141 for five from their 20 overs despite Jim Allenby batting through the innings scoring 85 from 58 balls with four sixes and six fours His dominance was highlighted with only two other batsmen Marcus North 20 and Murray Goodwin 11 getting into double figures And out of 13 boundaries in the innings Allenby struck 10 of them with Glamorgan struggling to dominate a largely inexperienced attack Openers Allenby and captain North who was promoted up the order gave the home side a useful platform scoring 41 from the opening six over power play But runs dried up as North was bowled by the impressive Benny Howell leaving Glamorgan 55 for one in the ninth over The big hitting Chris Cooke failed to make his mark as he holed out to deep mid wicket for just six and Nathan McCullum pushed up the order was out leg before It saw Glamorgan struggle to 73 for three in the 12th over Glamorgan failed to get a boundary from the eighth to the 14th over until Allenby struck his fifth four which saw him reach his 50 from 42 balls It was Allenby s third half century in nine T20 matches this season Allenby struck a six to bring up the 100 and followed that up with another six off the final ball of the innings Gloucestershire through Klinger and Chris Dent made a positive start reaching 18 for nought after the first two overs from Michael Hogan and Allenby Klinger and Dent each struck a boundary off Wagg as Gloucestershire reached 32 after four overs Glamorgan gambled on slow left armer Dean

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  • Northants v Gloucestershire | Gloucestershire Cricket
    Wantage Road Scotland international Coetzer was the first to reach his milestone as he made 122 off 230 balls to help promotion chasing Northants to eventually close on an imposing 369 for three Sales was to put some previous patchy form behind him as he then hammered an unbeaten 126 from only 137 deliveries while captain Stephen Peters also contributed 87 off 153 balls Northants began the day on 13 without loss 345 runs behind their opponents with Peters resuming on 12 and Coetzer on one Peters who is playing in his first championship match since returning from a broken finger was to go on to complete a half century off 78 balls That came as part of a mammoth opening partnership with Coetzer as Gloucestershire s attack struggled to get much out of a placid wicket The hosts resumed after lunch on 112 0 with Coetzer soon reaching 50 himself off 116 deliveries as his side picked up where they left off In the end it came down to 18 year old first class debutant Tom Shrewsbury to finally break the stand on 170 when he forced Peters to edge to Gloucestershire wicketkeeper Gareth Roderick But any hopes the visitors had of this breakthrough bringing a change of fortunes were dashed as Sales piled on 135 alongside Coetzer for Northants second wicket Coetzer was to complete his eighth century in first class cricket and his third in all competitions this season off 202 balls with a straight four off James Fuller with the final delivery before tea Veteran Sales who had previously been finding runs hard to come by this season then raced to his first half century of the campaign off 67 balls early in the evening session Having batted so well Coetzer finally departed tamely in the final over before the second new ball was due when he chipped Benny Howell to Chris Dent at midwicket But there was no stopping Sales completing an explosive century his 27th first class ton off just 107 deliveries with a crunching four through midwicket off Fuller Day One Hamish Marshall struck his fourth century of the season on an even first day of Gloucestershire s LV County Championship match at Northamptonshire The former New Zealand international hammered a brilliant 145 off 197 balls including 19 fours and two sixes to help Gloucestershire recover from a shaky start A late collapse meant the visitors were bowled out for 358 towards the end of the day with David Willey Andrew Hall and Muhammad Azharullah each taking three wickets for Northants who then closed on 13 for no loss Gloucestershire won the toss and chose to bat but they lost Chris Dent for a four ball duck in the third over when he edged Willey to Northants wicketkeeper David Murphy In Willey s next over Gloucestershire s wicketkeeper Gareth Roderick was trapped lbw for just two to leave the visitors on nine for two But Alex Gidman helped his side recover from their

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  • Gloucestershire v Leicestershire | Gloucestershire Cricket
    Matt Boyce succumbed to the same bowler held by a tumbling Roderick behind the stumps in the act of cutting as the visitors slipped to 67 4 in the 17 th over Realising steady accumulation was the order of the day O Brien advanced to 43 from 55 balls only to be lured into front foot indiscretion by off spinner Tom Smith who induced the Irishman to chip to mid on when a half century appeared his for the taking With O Brien went Leicestershire s best chance of registering a competitive total Shiv Thakor took the bait and hooked a bouncer from Fuller straight down the throat of Ian Cockbain at deep backward square Michael Thornely was run out by Fuller s startling direct hit from short third man and Anthony Ireland drove Benny Howell high to long on as the Foxes further subsided to 120 8 in the 28 th over Just when it seemed Leicestershire might go down with scarcely a whimper Rob Taylor and James Sykes summoned much needed end tail end resistance in a stand of 26 in 4 2 overs for the ninth wicket But Sykes was run out by Howell s throw from third man for 15 and Leicestershire s misery was complete when Robbie Williams edged Miles to Roderick leaving Taylor high and dry on 27 not out Aware of Somerset s superior run rate Gloucestershire s batsmen were understandably in a hurry and Hamish Marshall came out with all guns blazing smiting two fours and a six before falling to former team mate Ireland caught on the square leg boundary in pursuit of a second maximum Klinger has served as a crucial mainstay at the top of the order in this competition and the Australian came up with yet another innings of substance to render a sixth win in nine Group C contests a foregone conclusion Leicestershire s fate was all but sealed by a stand of 76 in 16 overs for the second wicket between Klinger and Chris Dent whose innings of 31 in 43 balls featured some excellent back foot play Ian Cockbain came and went quickly the victim of a bizarre run out but veteran campaigner Alex Gidman saw the job through in partnership with his captain Fresh from scoring an unbeaten 131 in a losing cause against Somerset at Taunton 48 hours earlier Klinger gave another chanceless master class accruing 2 sixes and 8 fours in a 96 ball innings that confirmed Gloucestershire s superiority Scorecard Gloucestershire won the toss and elected to bowl Gloucestershire Michael Klinger Hamish Marshall Christopher Dent Alex Gidman Ian Cockbain Benny Howell Gareth Roderick James Fuller Tom Smith David Payne Craig Miles Leicestershire Joshua Cobb Niall O Brien Greg Smith Edmund Eckersley Matthew Boyce Shivsinh Thakor Michael Thornely Robert Taylor Anthony Ireland James Sykes Robbie Williams Leicestershire 163 all out Gloucestershire 164 3 Gloucestershire win by 7 wickets Leicestershire How out Runs Minutes Balls 4s 6s Joshua Cobb Caught David Payne Bowled

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  • Gloucestershire v Glamorgan | Gloucestershire Cricket
    reply as Klinger and Marshall put together a century opening stand the latter hitting 6 fours in his 43 ball innings before offering a return catch to Cosker Klinger went on to continue his love affair with the competition striking 9 fours in facing 99 deliveries before getting an inside edge onto his stumps off Simon Jones with 49 runs still needed There were nerves in the home dressing room when Alex Gidman followed for 28 But Benny Howell 23 played a key role with a six and a four off Jones in 38 th over which cost the seamer 17 followed by another six off Graham Wagg Wagg responded with two wickets in the same over but the home side began the final one from Michael Hogan needing only five He removed Smith caught and bowled but James Fuller hit the winning boundary The result puts Gloucestershire level on points with leaders Somerset with the two arch rivals facing each other at Bristol in the final group match tomorrow week Glamorgan are two points adrift but have two games remaining at home to Leicestershire next Sunday and away to Yorkshire 24 hours later Rees might have been run out in the opening over of the game as Mark Wallace sent him back attempting a single to backward point Ian Cockbain s shy at the stumps missed when he could have given wicketkeeper Gareth Roderick time to get to the stumps The Glamorgan openers went on to build a half century stand before Wallace departed for 18 caught at deep square as he pulled a ball from David Payne Gloucestershire introduced the left arm spin of Smith for the 16 th over and the loan recruit from Middlesex had Chris Cooke caught behind cutting for 19 with the total on

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  • Kent v Gloucestershire | Gloucestershire Cricket
    at 2 20pm The 37 year old needed only two deliveries to reach his hundred by clipping a loose delivery from left arm seamer David Payne to the ropes at square leg for the 18th boundary of a 127 ball ton His innings ended selflessly for 126 when with his side needing seven runs for a fifth batting bonus point and with only four balls remaining before the 110 over cut off Stevens top edged an attempted pull against Benny Howell to be caught by Michael Klinger at short extra cover Home skipper James Tredwell followed in the next over for a season s best 48 when he steered a Craig Miles leg cutter to Chris Dent at second slip to make it 399 for eight With useful double figure contributions throughout the tail including an unbeaten 44 by Calum Haggett Kent reached 474 before last man Charlie Shreck lost his leg stump just after 4 30pm Day One Ben Harmison scored his second hundred of the season against Gloucestershire and Darren Stevens hit an unbeaten 98 as Kent recovered from a poor start to dominate the opening day of their County Championship clash at Canterbury Having slumped to 46 for three after winning the toss and electing to bat Kent closed on 334 for six and posted three bonus batting points in front of a 2 500 crowd for the opening day of the 162nd Canterbury Cricket Week The early blows were all landed by the Gloucestershire new ball attack as Kent lost three wickets in the opening session They made the worst of starts when Sam Northeast pushed half forward to the sixth ball of the day from Will Gidman only to see it dart back off the seam and peg back middle stump Eight overs later Daniel Bell Drummond nine jumped back in defence to an in swinger from left arm seamer David Payne and was trapped leg before to make it 20 for two Brendan Nash who hit an unbeaten 199 before retiring ill in the corresponding game at Cheltenham earlier in the summer reached 14 before he played too soon on a pull shot against Liam Norwell and dragged the ball onto leg stump Having lunched at 72 for three Kent s middle order batted with determination thereafter on a pitch that offered some assistance to the seamers operating from the Nackington Road End Rob Key posted his third 50 of the campaign from 118 balls and with four fours but soon after pushed in defence at military medium seamer Benny Howell to be caught behind Having survived three huge appeals early in his innings Harmison dug in together with Stevens to add 133 for Kent s fifth wicket in a shade over 30 overs Having grown accustomed to the pace of the pitch both men started to time the ball sweetly and for the first time in the day the visiting attack was made to look ordinary Harmison the former Durham all rounder drove

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  • Tom Smith | Gloucestershire Cricket
    Tom Smith Left arm spinner Tom Smith Age 28 Born Eastbourne Sussex Squad number 6 Sponsor Value Doors Batting LV County Championship 2015 Innings Top Score Not Out Runs Avg 5 47 2 98 32 67 Royal London One Day Cup 2015 Innings Top Score Not Out Runs Avg 4 37 3 60 60 00 NatWest T20 Blast 2015 Innings Top Score Not Out Runs Avg 3 16 1 25 12 50 Bowling LV County Championship 2015 Matches Overs Runs Wickets Avg 5 85 329 3 109 67 Royal London One Day Cup 2015 Matches Overs Runs Wickets Avg 10 74 368 11 33 45 NatWest T20 Blast 2015 Matches Overs Runs Wickets Avg 13 43 302 23 13 13 Tom joined Gloucestershire on loan from Middlesex in June 2013 and signed permanently for the club at the end of the season The 25 year old left arm spinner had played mainly one day cricket for Middlesex appearing in 36 List A and 42 Twenty20 matches He also had 13 first class games behind him Tom s record in T20 for Middlesex was 38 wickets at an average of 25 with a best of 5 24 against Kent in 2010 He also averaged 24 with the bat in the shortest format His first season with Gloucestershire saw him end as the club s leading wicket taker with 11 in the Friends Life t20 while also featuring in nine Championship matches and four YB40 games Captain 2 Michael Klinger C 9 Hamish Marshall V Batsmen Wicketkeepers 13 Benny Howell 15 Chris Dent 27 Gareth Roderick 28 Ian Cockbain George Hankins 4 Will Tavare Brandon Gilmour Bowlers 68 Andrew Tye 88 Miles Hammond 14 David Payne Chris Liddle 24 Liam Norwell 36 Matt Taylor 16 Tom Hampton 6 Tom Smith All Rounder

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