Monthly Archives: March 2016

Cockbain leads day of brisk batting

Ian Cockbain marked his first first-class innings for Gloucestershire since July 2015 with a half century against the students from Durham MCCU on a bright day at the Bristol County Ground. Batting at the top of the order, Cockbain went…

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Bristol County Ground Floodlight Fixtures 2016

The following is for information regarding the First XI and International matches to be played at the Bristol County Ground this season and, in particular, identifies the games to be played under floodlights, all of which will be played to ECB…

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ECB unveils Kia Motors (UK) Ltd. as title sponsor for Women’s Cricket Super League

The Women’s Cricket Super League which starts this summer will be named the Kia Super League after the car manufacturer agreed a two-year deal to further support the game as the title sponsor of the competition. The new partnership, which was revealed by the ECB…

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CHELTENHAM FESTIVAL EXILES DAY 2016

Gloucestershire Exiles popular event will take place this year on Wednesday 20 July, the first day of Gloucestershire’s Specsavers County Championship match against Leicestershire, in a dedicated marquee.  Play starts at 11.00am. Tickets, to include morning coffee, a buffet lunch and…

Communications officer to run 3 marathons in 3 days for hospital that saved his son

Gloucestershire Cricket communications officer Luke Sellers is running run three marathons in three days over Easter weekend to raise money for the hospital that saved his baby son’s life. The 32-year-old  – who writes for the club website and reports…

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Roderick named four-day captain for 2016

Gareth Roderick has been named as Gloucestershire Cricket’s new four-day captain for 2016. The wicketkeeper/batsman – who signed a three-year contract extension earlier this year – will lead the team in the Specsavers County Championship, with overseas player Michael Klinger…

Get involved this summer at Glos Cricket – join our team of Cricketeers

VOLUNTEER WITH GLOUCESTERSHIRE CRICKET THIS SUMMER AT THE NATWEST T20 BLAST MATCHES AND INTERNATIONAL FIXTURES Gloucestershire Cricket are expanding their team of ‘Cricketeers’ to meet & greet spectators, hand out freebies and play their part in putting on the best…

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Gloucestershire Exiles AGM

The Gloucestershire Exiles’ Annual General Meeting is scheduled to take place in the Indoor School at Lord’s Cricket Ground on Thursday 17 March.  Roger Cooke, Gloucestershire County Cricket Club Chairman, will be the main speaker. The meeting starts at 6.45pm and non-members,…

Bristol Region : Book & Collectors’ Fair

Gloucestershire County Cricket Club (Bristol Region) will be holding a book and collectors’ fair on Sunday 20 March 2016 to raise funds for the Heritage Museum and Cricket Academy. Apart from books (including children’s), there will be jewellery, handbags and other general collectibles…

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Jack’s back: Taylor on his winter in Australia and his excitement ahead of the new season

Jack Taylor is looking forward to the start of the new season after returning from a winter playing club cricket in Melbourne. The allrounder enjoyed a successful spell at Kingston Hawthorn where he played alongside Gloucestershire team mate Will Tavare….

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Shaw targets first team cricket

On-loan seamer Josh Shaw said the chance to play first team cricket was behind his season-long switch to Gloucestershire. The Yorkshire fast bowler – who has appeared twice for the county champions in the NatWest T20 Blast – said he…

Norman Walters RIP

Gloucestershire County Cricket Club is saddened to announce the death of Mr Norman Walters (aged 97). Mr Walters was Honorary Treasurer of the Club from 1986 – 1998 and was President from 1998 – 2000.  Together with his late wife,…



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