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  • Upcoming Events | Cotswolds and North Wiltshire Region | Gloucestershire Cricket
    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 Cotswolds and North Wiltshire Region March 23 7 00 pm 9 00 pm The Cotswolds and North Wiltshire Region AGM will be held on Wednesday 23 March at 7 00pm The evening will take place at 5 Castle Street Cirencester GL7 1QD Google Calendar iCal Export Event Navigation Gloucestershire Exiles AGM England v Sri Lanka Royal London ODI All Events Gloucestershire newsletter Keep up to date by signing up to Gloucestershire Cricket s newsletter Your first name required Your surname required Your Email required News All News Cricket News Club news Community News News Archive 2016 News Archive February January 2015 News Archive December November October September August July June May April March February January 2014 News Archive December November October September August July June May April March February January 2013 News Archive December November October September August July June May April March February January 2012 News Archive December November October September August July June May April March February January This page is having a slideshow that uses Javascript

    Original URL path: http://www.gloscricket.co.uk/event/cotswolds-and-north-wiltshire-region/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Kieran scores 46 to help Stags win Ford Trophy – with video | Gloucestershire Cricket
    Contact us Community About Us News Events Community Programmes Fundraising Get involved Gloucestershire Cricket Board Gloucestershire Cricket Trust Gloucestershire News Kieran scores 46 to help Stags win Ford Trophy with video Posted on 3 February 2015 Gloucestershire new boy Kieran Noema Barnett scored 46 from 52 balls to help his Central Stags side win New Zealand s domestic one day competition The 27 year old allrounder s innings contributed to a 78 run victory over the Auckland Aces in the Ford Trophy final The victory capped an excellent individual competition for Kieran pictured who has scored 220 runs at an average of more than 31 with the bat and taken nine wickets at an economy rate of 4 8 The former New Zealand Under 19 player is no stranger to cup success having played a key part in Central District s HRV T20 cup winning side in 2009 10 In December 2010 he set the record for the fastest half century in New Zealand domestic T20 smashing 57 off 18 balls He signed for Gloucestershire at the end of the 2014 season after impressing on trial To watch Kieran and his Devon Hotel Central Stags teammates celebrating their Ford Trophy triumph click below If you are interested in sponsoring Kieran for the upcoming season please email cariad silk glosccc co uk Cricketeers match day volunteers Tickets now on sale News All News Cricket News Club news Community News News Archive 2016 News Archive February January 2015 News Archive December November October September August July June May April March February January 2014 News Archive December November October September August July June May April March February January 2013 News Archive December November October September August July June May April March February January 2012 News Archive December November October September August July June

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  • Last chance to support floodlight application at the Bristol County Ground | Gloucestershire Cricket
    2014 the Club has met regularly with local residents community groups and nearby neighbours about its plans and where possible the Club has made important changes in response to a number of concerns that were raised during the consultation process To view the application and to read about these changes in more detail click here Will Brown Chief Executive Gloucestershire County Cricket Club said The Club has already been massively improved over the last two years and we are very grateful to local people for their patience while this work has been carried out However in order to secure the Club s presence here in the heart of Bristol we need the ability to host the really big matches Gloucestershire County Cricket Club has already been awarded 4 ICC men s World Cup matches in 2019 and to ensure the City of Bristol keeps these prestigious matches we need to have permanent floodlights in place Most First Class County Clubs around the country already have these in place so they have a real advantage over us Bristol is a world class City in many ways but it currently lacks the facilities to host International sport Bringing floodlights to the ground would not only allow us to host the Cricket World Cup matches we have been allocated but also other matches such as the International T20s the One Day Internationals and the One Day Women s Cricket World Cup These matches would be great for sport in Bristol but also wonderful news for tourism traders and the City s world profile It s estimated that each International match would be worth around a million pounds to the local economy in Bristol bringing tourists from all over the world Gloucester Road traders strongly support the application noting the benefits it would have

    Original URL path: http://www.gloscricket.co.uk/last-chance-to-support-floodlight-application-at-the-bristol-county-ground/ (2016-02-12)
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  • T20 Blast: Klinger marks return with record century to beat Essex | Gloucestershire Cricket
    dropped a near identical chance at long on Topley 2 28 was rewarded with the wicket of Cockbain for 24 to make it 106 2 but his luck didn t last long as he again had Klinger dropped by Ten Doeschate in his next over Klinger could also have been run out in the 15 th over but he made Essex pay for their errors moving up through the gears with a display of increasing fluidity and clean striking Having brought his half century up off 40 balls his next 50 came from just 21 The Big Bash League topscorer took particular liking to Napier 0 62 who he dispatched for six sixes in his final two overs Essex did take two more wickets as Tait 2 37 yorkers did for Peter Handscomb 7 and Chris Dent 7 but they couldn t find a way to stop Klinger who finished on 126 not out Chasing 200 to win Essex were 10 2 in the second over as Payne had openers Mark Pettini and Jesse Ryder caught in front of the wicket Tom Westley and Ravi Bopara got their side back into the game with a partnership of 62 before Benny Howell had the England allrounder caught by James Fuller at long off for 24 With the dangerous Ten Doeschate coming to the crease Glos knew there was still work to be done But when Howell caught Westley off Smith in the twelfth over for an impressive 67 off 40 balls they looked to be in control at 113 4 A wicket each for Smith and Jack Taylor reduced the visitors to 134 6 after 16 But the next over put the game back in the balance Having already gone for 16 in the over Fuller was removed from the attack by the umpires for a second no ball above waist height in the over This left Dent to bowl the last ball which went for six Injury was added to insult when Klinger had to come off the field with cramp in the same over But any nerves were put to bed in the next over when Tom Smith bagged a hat trick Ten Doeschate 54 and Napier 2 were caught in the deep before the memorable feat was completed when David Masters was stumped by Geraint Jones Payne 3 24 wrapped things up in the next over as Glos made it two wins from three in this year s NatWest T20 Blast Scorecard Essex won the toss and elected to bowl Gloucestershire Michael Klinger Christopher Dent Ian Cockbain Peter Handscomb Hamish Marshall Geraint Jones Benny Howell Tom Smith Jack Taylor James Fuller David Payne Essex Mark Pettini Jesse Ryder Ravinder Bopara Thomas Westley Kishen Velani Ryan ten Doeschate James Foster Graham Napier Reece Topley Shaun Tait David Masters Gloucestershire 199 4 Essex 165 all out Gloucestershire win by 34 runs Gloucestershire How out Runs Minutes Balls 4s 6s Michael Klinger Not Out 126 81 68 7 8 Hamish Marshall

    Original URL path: http://www.gloscricket.co.uk/report/t20-blast-klinger-marks-return-with-record-century-to-beat-essex/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Gloucestershire v Kent | Gloucestershire Cricket
    eighth wicket stand between left handers Calum Haggett and Matt Coles wrestled the initiative back towards Kent The score was 98 7 when Coles walked out to bat in the 41st over and by the time the stand was broken he and Haggett had added 119 runs and wiped out the remainder of the Gloucestershire lead When rain forced the players off at 5 o clock Kent s last pair were together and the lead although small was 30 valuable runs Click here to hear Liam Norwell s thoughts on the day s play The pattern of Monday s post tea session when Kent took eight wickets continued for the first half of the day Gloucestershire taking four of their own before lunch and another two immediately afterwards Liam Norwell continuing his impressive Championship form There was a threat of rain at the start of play and two sharp showers enveloped the ground during the morning session The second forced an early lunch but not before Gloucestershire had responded vigorously to their own short comings with the bat Payne and Miles shared the new ball and Payne struck in only his second over finding the edge of Denly s bat and wicketkeeper Gareth Roderick taking the catch A brief rain break also brought about a change in the attack with Norwell replacing Miles and the Cornishman again showed commendable control in an economical spell which also produced two wickets His only loose delivery saw Bell Drummond drive him to the mid off boundary and the opener had at that stage looked the most assured of the Kent batsmen when Norwell pitched one further up and Bell Drummond dragged the ball onto his stumps for 26 That was Norwell s second success of the morning Nash having perished to a comfortable slip catch taken by Chris Dent for 12 Matt Taylor was unable to maintain the stranglehold in a brief stint at the pavilion end but Noema Barnett then also made an early contribution trapping Fabian Cowdrey lbw for 6 in only his second over Kent skipper Sam Northeast had taken half an hour before he started to play one or two pleasing strokes notably off Miles towards the cover boundary but it was Gloucestershire s morning and whatever was said over lunch produced an immediate double breakthrough afterwards Opening up matters at the pavilion end Miles produced a yorker that was too much for Darren Stevens and then the recalled Norwell clean bowled Northeast for 21 When 96 overs had been bowled in the match the full allocation for 1 day 16 wickets had gone down for 275 and Billings survived two loud appeals for his dismissal before Payne removed the Kent keeper for 16 with a second catch for Gareth Roderick There was no reason to think Gloucestershire couldn t get a useful lead but Matt Coles had other ideas The burly seamer who has a first class century to his name joined Calum Haggett and playing with a lot of bottom hand in their shots both men showed commendable application Coles opened up profitably to pull and cut Matt Taylor to the boundary and his most belligerent stroke was to pull Noema Barnett over deep backward square leg for the first six of the match The stand developed frustratingly for Gloucestershire into the largest one of the match Geraint Jones rotating his bowlers with no further success although Haggett twice saw shots drop short of Cockbain at point and Payne at deep backward square leg By tea the eighth wicket pair had added 85 in 24 overs Kent were only 10 runs short of the Gloucestershire first innings total and Haggett needed only a single to match his career best score in first class cricket Coles brought up his fifty off 65 balls with four fours and a six and it took the occasional left arm spin of Chris Dent to break a stubborn partnership that added 119 vital runs as Coles having made 66 gave a tame return catch It was only Dent s third wicket in a first class match Haggett s patience was rewarded with his maiden fifty off 149 balls with four boundaries before his brave resistance was ended by David Payne slanting a ball across him from around the wicket and Gareth Roderick taking a routine catch A cloudburst then forced the players off at 5 o clock with Kent 30 runs ahead at 223 9 and the last pair together a position neither side could have envisaged an hour after lunch Day 1 A third Championship half century by Peter Handscomb wasn t enough to stop Kent bowling out Gloucestershire in two sessions on a truncated day at the Bristol County Ground Rain prevented any play until 2 00 but when Kent skipper Sam Northeast won the toss he had no hesitation in fielding first Gloucestershire captain Geraint Jones confirmed he would have done the same and his bowlers will hope the second day brings similarly helpful conditions after Gloucestershire were dismissed for 193 just before the close Click here to listen to Peter Handscomb s thoughts on the day here Gloucestershire were forced to change the side that won so impressively at Old Trafford against Lancashire Will Tavare reporting in unwell and Ian Cockbain who had been scheduled to play for the second XI in two back to back 20 over matches against Essex at Bishops Stortford being recalled to Bristol Gareth Roderick was promoted to open the batting with Chris Dent Matt Coles and Ivan Thomas shared the new ball although Thomas had only three overs before switching ends The first hour was a mix of solid defence and the occasional boundary Roderick steering Coles along the ground through the slips before clipping Thomas confidently through mid wicket Dent had found the fence off both the Kent opening bowlers but when Calum Haggett was introduced at the Ashley Down Road end he got squared up to a ball from around

    Original URL path: http://www.gloscricket.co.uk/report/gloucestershire-v-kent-5/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Match Reports | Gloucestershire Cricket | Page 3
    left arm seamer uprooted Billings middle stump with Continue reading Gloucestershire v Somerset Four wickets for James Fuller and a half century from Hamish Marshall were not enough to save Gloucestershire from an 18 run defeat by Somerset in front of a bumper County Ground crowd The hosts fell short chasing a target of 157 Continue reading Surrey v Gloucestershire LV County Championship The Oval 11 May 2014 Day Four Graeme Smith hit his first century for Surrey as the hosts completed a four wicket victory over Gloucestershire The South African s excellent 103 set the home side on their way to a target of 267 before three quick wickets Continue reading Gloucestershire v Essex LV County Championship Bristol 27 April 2014 Day Four Alex Gidman and Will Tavare batted Gloucestershire to a draw on the final day at Bristol with an unbroken third wicket stand of 233 Coming together with their side 18 2 and needing a further 153 to avoid an innings Continue reading Glamorgan v Gloucestershire LV County Championship Cardiff 20 April 2014 Day Four Glamorgan held on for a draw on the final day of the weather affected LV County Championship match against Gloucestershire at the SWALEC Stadium A further 60 overs were lost to the elements before the hosts ended the game on Continue reading Gloucestershire v Hampshire LV County Championship Bristol 13 April 2014 Day Four Michael Carberry offered a timely reminder to the England selectors with an unbeaten century to lift Hampshire to their first win of the new LV County Championship Division Two season at Bristol The 33 year old opener completed an eight wicket win Continue reading Glamorgan v Gloucestershire Season Ends With Defeat LV County Championship Cardiff 24 September 2013 Day Four Glamorgan rounded off the LV County Championship season with a convincing eight wicket win over Gloucestershire on the final day of their Division Two encounter at Cardiff With only 102 required for victory Murray Goodwin helped to guide Glamorgan Continue reading Gloucestershire v Lancashire Draw Gives Lancs Title LV County Championship Bristol 17 September 2013 Day Four Lancashire lifted the LV County Championship Second Division title after taking nine points from their drawn game against Gloucestershire at Bristol England and Wales Cricket Board chairman David Collier was on hand to present the trophy to skipper Glen Continue reading Gloucestershire v Leicestershire Now It s Will s Match LV County Championship Bristol 3 September 2013 Day Three Will Gidman had Gloucestershire members reaching for the record books after batting and bowling his side to victory by an innings and 138 runs inside three days in a one sided LV County Championship contest against Leicestershire at Bristol Enjoying Continue reading Gloucestershire v Essex Roderick Ton Helps Secure Draw LV County Championship Bristol 28 August 2013 Day Four Gareth Roderick gave another demonstration of his batting talent with a second first class century as Gloucestershire comfortably batted out for a draw on the final day of the LV County Championship match

    Original URL path: http://www.gloscricket.co.uk/report/page/3/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Optimum | Gloucestershire Cricket
    Commercial Hospitality England v Sri Lanka Hospitality at Bristol Hospitality at Cheltenham Festival Ladies Day England Women v Pakistan Women 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 News Optimum Posted on 9 April 2014 Clip Thatchers News All News Cricket News Club news Community News News Archive 2016 News Archive February January 2015 News Archive December November October September August July June May April March February January 2014 News Archive December November October September August July June May April March February January 2013 News Archive December November October September August July June May April March February January 2012 News Archive December November October September August July June May April March February January 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 page as it is meant to appear please use a Javascript enabled browser Footer Title Gloucestershire County Cricket Club About us

    Original URL path: http://www.gloscricket.co.uk/sponsor/optimum/ (2016-02-12)
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  • TOM GRAVENEY, R.I.P | Gloucestershire Cricket
    Programmes Fundraising Get involved Gloucestershire Cricket Board Gloucestershire Cricket Trust Gloucestershire News TOM GRAVENEY R I P Posted on 3 November 2015 Gloucestershire Cricket is deeply saddened by the news that former Gloucestershire captain and England player Tom Graveney has died at the age of 88 An elegant batsman Graveney played 79 Tests for England scoring 11 centuries at an average of 44 38 He scored more than 47 793 first class runs including 122 hundreds in a career that stretched from 1948 to 1972 which included spells at Gloucestershire Worcestershire and Queensland Tom went on to captain Gloucestershire in 1959 and 1960 After retiring he became a BBC commentator and served as president of the MCC in 2004 05 More to follow Join the champions early bird membership now on sale Thomas William Graveney OBE News All News Cricket News Club news Community News News Archive 2016 News Archive February January 2015 News Archive December November October September August July June May April March February January 2014 News Archive December November October September August July June May April March February January 2013 News Archive December November October September August July June May April March February January 2012 News Archive

    Original URL path: http://www.gloscricket.co.uk/tom-graveney-r-i-p/ (2016-02-12)
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