Monthly Archives: September 2015

Photos from the final, when Gloucestershire became champions in the Royal London One-Day Cup!

A selection of photos for our members and supporters to enjoy, from the amazing day at Lord’s when Gloucestershire became champions in the Royal London One-Day Cup!   All photos are credited to Martin Bennett, GCCC Official Photographer.

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Career best batting gives Glamorgan the edge

Gloucestershire’s attempt to finish their Championship season with a win which would extend their unbeaten run in Division 2 to seven games was thwarted by some consistent Glamorgan batting and two career best scores in first class cricket on a…

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Juniors follow in the footsteps of their heroes with Lord’s victories

Gloucestershire secured a clean sweep of victories at Lord’s as the First XI won the Royal London One-Day Cup and two of the county’s junior clubs were victorious in the first ever Gilbert Cup. Frampton-on-Severn and Cam won in the…

Glorious Glosters – Celebrations and post match reaction from our RL Cup win (video)

After Gloucestershire’s thrilling Royal London One-Day Cup win we caught up with final heroes Jack Taylor, David Payne, Hamish Marshall, James Fuller, Chris Dent and Tom Smith for their view on the historic victory. To watch the post-match interviews, the moment Gloucestershire lifted…

Final preview: Jones tells fans and players to “dare to dream” ahead of RL Cup Final

“Dare to dream” is the message from Geraint Jones ahead of the Royal London One-Day Cup Final. The match will be the 39-year-old’s last as a professional and he says he would like nothing better than to go out by…

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Klinger will draw on domestic success in Australia to help Glos secure RL Cup – with video

Talismanic captain Michael Klinger is hoping to use his experience of winning trophies in Australia to lead Gloucestershire to their first piece of major silverware in 11 years. The 35-year-old, who took an 18,000 mile round-trip home before the semi-final…

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“We are backing ourselves to bring the trophy back” – Jack Taylor on the RL Cup Final

Jack Taylor believes Gloucestershire’s team spirit could prove to be a decisive factor in helping them overcome Surrey in the Royal London One-Day Cup Final. He said: “We all get on and buy in to what each other do. If we turn…

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JOINING US AT THE RLODC FINAL ON SATURDAY? – VISITOR INFORMATION

The culmination of an exciting summer of cricket will see Gloucestershire and Surrey battle it out at the Final of the Royal London One-Day Cup at Lord’s on Saturday 19 September. Gloucestershire’s competition leading run-scorer Michael Klinger and England’s in-form…

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Match abandoned at Canterbury

Our LV= County Championship match against Kent has been abandoned due to the conditions at Canterbury.  The weather prevented a single ball being bowled during the final three days of the fixture. Match umpires David Millns and Paul Baldwin inspected…

Craig Miles named in England’s Performance Programme Squad this winter

England selectors today announced that Craig Miles has been selected in an 18-man England Performance Programme (EPP) squad taking place this winter. Led by Andy Flower, the EPP winter programme will see all 18 players undertake a four-day training camp…

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DAY 3 ABANDONED WITH NO PLAY DUE TO RAIN

For the second successive day neither side managed to bowl or face a single delivery as play was washed out lunch on day three of Gloucestershire’s LV= Clash with Kent. Some eight-and-a-half sessions of the nine scheduled in the game thus…

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Barrie John Meyer R.I.P

Barrie John Meyer Born: 21 August 1932, Bournemouth, Hampshire Died: September 2015 aged 83  It is with deep sadness that Gloucestershire Cricket announces the death of former player, Barrie Meyer.  Barrie passed away at the weekend in South Africa. Before…

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