Monthly Archives: November 2014

2015 fixtures announced!

Gloucestershire supporters can look forward to an exciting summer of cricket as the Club announces its First Class playing programme for 2015. We have four Friday night NatWest T20 Blast fixtures scheduled at the Bristol County Ground with two T20…

Phillip Hughes 1988-2014

Gloucestershire Cricket joins the cricketing world in sending its sincere condolences to the family, friends and team mates of Australian batsman, Phil Hughes, upon hearing the tragic news of his passing in Sydney today. The former Hampshire, Middlesex and Worcestershire cricketer suffered…

Hamish Reflects Ahead Of Benefit Year

Hamish Marshall has been reflecting on his Gloucestershire career ahead of his benefit season in 2015. Together with wife Mags, children Ollie, 3, and Isla, 21 months, Hamish has come to treat Bristol as a second home, having first played…

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Meet our Chef

Damian Awford-Nash, Head Chef at The Bristol Pavilion has nearly 25 years’ experience in the kitchen, working his way up from a Commis Chef to a well respected Head Chef. As a farmer’s son, Damian learnt the importance of wholesome,…

Amputees given first taste of cricket

Children who have lost limbs through meningitis were given a chance to play cricket for the first time in a special event at the Bristol County Ground. Run by the Gloucestershire Cricket Board (GCB) in partnership with the Access Sport…

John Bracewell Review Of The Season Part Two

John Bracewell is confident of another strong tilt at the Royal London One-Day Cup next season after reaching the quarter-finals against the odds this summer. Gloucestershire’s Director of Cricket believes the loss of James Fuller for the entire competition because…

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Sportsman’s lunch success

On Friday 31 October the Bristol Region held their annual Sportsman’s Lunch at the Bristol County Ground which was attended by over 80 people.  Attendees included Hamish Marshall and his benefit committee. Former Club Chairman and President, John Higson, although…

John Bracewell Review Of The Season Part One

John Bracewell believes that within two years Gloucestershire will have one of the best bowling attacks in the entire LV= County Championship. Reflecting on the 2014 campaign in four-day cricket, the Club’s Director of Cricket pointed to the loss through…

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