Monthly Archives: August 2013

Roderick Does It Again With Match Saving Ton

Gareth Roderick hit 136 as Gloucestershire batted out for a draw on the final day of the LV=County Championship match with Essex at Bristol. The wicketkeeper followed up his maiden first class ton, which helped save the previous game against…

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Fond Farewell To ‘Fine Example’ Tom

Players, staff and friends of departing Gloucestershire chief executive Tom Richardson gathered in the Premier Club of the new Bristol Pavilion last night to mark his final day in the job. Tom is leaving after 12 years with the club and it…

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Craig’s Maiden Fifty Avoids Follow-On

Craig Miles hit his maiden first class half century as Gloucestershire avoided a likely follow-on in the LV=County Championship match with Essex at Bristol. But when bad light ended the third day prematurely the visitors were still well on top,…

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Alex Milestone On Tough Second Day

Alex Gidman became the first Gloucestershire player to pass 1,000 first class runs for the season as his side plunged into trouble against Essex on the second day of the LV=County Championship match at Bristol. The former skipper reached the…

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Supporters Quiz in The Bristol Pavilion

On Wednesday 11th September at 7pm, the regional fundraising committee is holding a supporters quiz in the new Jessop Room. The quiz will have a section on cricketing history of our Club but supplemented with plenty of general knowledge questions….

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Skipper Unhappy With Bowling Attack

Michael Klinger felt Gloucestershire’s bowling attack had under-performed after Essex had run up 333-7 on the opening day of the LV=County Championship match at Bristol. The skipper, who had elected to field after winning the toss, was unhappy with the…

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McCarter Called Up To Face Essex

Graeme McCarter was called into Gloucestershire’s team for a third LV=County Championship appearance of the season against Essex at Bristol today. The 20-year-old Irishman replaced Liam Norwell, who was ruled out by a groin problem sustained in training yesterday. Essex…

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Dawson Calls For 16 Days of Maximum Effort

Richard Dawson has challenged Gloucestershire’s players to forget the disappointment of losing to Somerset and concentrate on what can be achieved from the four remaining LV=County Championship fixtures. The club’s one-day coach was as disappointed as anyone by the narrow…

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Tom’s Hat-Trick Not Enough To Cap Big Day

Tom Smith admitted the thrill of taking a hat-trick in front of a packed County Ground crowd had been overshadowed by Gloucestershire’s 12-run Yorkshire Bank 40 defeat at the hands of Somerset. The result put the visitors in the semi-finals…

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New Bristol Pavilion Officially Opened

Gloucestershire’s new ‘Bristol Pavilion’ was officially opened by England and Wales Cricket Board chairman Giles Clarke today. The ceremony took place before the crucial Yorkshire Bank 40 game against Somerset and was witnessed by a large number of supporters who…

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We Can Make It Day To Remember – Michael

Michael Klinger insists Gloucestershire can reach the Yorkshire Bank 40 semi-finals by upsetting the form book in tomorrow’s big West country derby at the County Ground. The club are preparing for one of the biggest days in their history when…

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Rain Helps Secure Draw At Canterbury

Gloucestershire took five points from a drawn LV=County Championship match with Kent after rain washed out the final day without a ball bowled. The home side were left frustrated as they needed only one wicket to claim victory, while their…

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Roderick Ton Takes Kent Game Into Final Day

Gareth Roderick hit his first century for Gloucestershire on an otherwise disappointing third day of the LV=County Championship match with Kent at Canterbury. The 21-year-old South African’s unbeaten 152 off 252 balls with 19 boundaries was not enough to prevent the hosts…

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ALL CLEAR – SAX’S BLOG

A nail biting finale last Sunday kept the crowd on the edge of their seats right up until the 39.5 over where James Fuller hit Michael Hogan for 4 to ensure a vital win for the Gloucester’s. Glamorgan won the…

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Herring On Form In Drawn Friendly

Cameron Herring hit his second half century of the match before Gloucestershire’s second XI friendly with Glamorgan at Thornbury Cricket Club ended in a draw. The wicketkeeper was 54 not out at the end of the game with his team…

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Dent And Klinger Launch Positive Reply

Chris Dent (pictured) and Michael Klinger launched a spirited reply after Kent had extended their first innings total to 474 on the second day of the LV=County Championship match at Canterbury. The Gloucestershire openers put together an unbroken stand of…

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Payne And Norwell Strike Twice On Tough Day

David Payne (pictured) and Liam Norwell claimed two wickets each, but Gloucestershire’s bowlers failed to cash in on a promising start to the LV=County Championship match with Kent at Canterbury. When Norwell took his first wicket to send back Brendan Nash…

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Promotion Is On If We Beat Kent – Hamish

Hamish Marshall believes Gloucestershire will be right in the thick of the LV=County Championship promotion race if they can beat win the match againt Kent at Canterbury, starting tomorrow.   Michael Klinger’s team go into the game third in the…

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England Lions Roar At County Ground

England Lions relished every minute of their visit to Bristol, hammering Bangladesh A by 202 runs in the first of three unofficial one-day internationals. A brilliant fourth-wicket stand of 225 in just 20 overs by Gary Ballance (115) and Luke…

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KLINGER TAKES SECOND SPOT IN FTI MVP RANKINGS

Gloucestershire Captain stars again with the bat Gloucestershire’s Captain, Michael Klinger, has moved into second place in the FTI Most Valuable Player Rankings following his 87 against Glamorgan yesterday at the Bristol County Ground in the Yorkshire Bank 40. Michael,…

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It’s Win Or Bust Against Glamorgan

Gloucestershire’s bid to win the Yorkshire Bank 40 competition reaches the point of no return when Glamorgan visit the County Ground today (1.45 pm start). Defeat by Middlesex at Lord’s on Thursday evening has left Michael Klinger and his team needing…

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The Grace Room All Set for Sunday

With The Bristol Pavilion now handed over to Glos Cricket, the Grace Dining room is ready to welcome its first guests. We are are looking forward to welcoming Gloucestershire CCC Members to the Grace Room for lunch on Sunday. This will be a chance…

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Sax’s Blog – captain fantastic

Last Friday night’s curry was successful but I have to confess my sportsman’s diet did go out of the window once again. I do have the tendency to over order when visiting the local Indian and after a couple of…

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James Excited By Lord’s Debut

James Fuller is looking forward to helping Gloucestershire take a major step towards the Yorkshire Bank 40 semi-finals on his first ever appearance at Lord’s today. The team go into the match against Middlesex (3.40pm start) knowing that victories in…

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Klinger leads from the front as Glos cruise to victory and YB40 hopes alive

Gloucestershire captain Michael Klinger has set his sights on finishing top of Group C following his side’s convincing seven-wicket win over Leicestershire at Bristol. A sixth win in nine games in the Yorkshire Bank 40 moved Gloucestershire up to second…

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