WESTERN STORM VS LANCASHIRE THUNDER – SUNDAY 26 AUGUST
Western Storm will face Lancashire Thunder on Saturday 26th August at The Brightside Ground, Bristol, for the final match of the group stages in the Kia Super League 2017.
Tickets to watch Western Storm this summer are on general sale now for:
• £5 adults
• £1 children U16
• £10 Family
Match starts 2:30pm & gates open 12:30pm.
WESTERN STORM TICKETS ON SALE NOW: A Storm is coming to Bristol in August, don’t miss out! #Stormtroopers
— Gloucestershire CCC (@Gloscricket) May 11, 2017
Western Storm’s 2017 Kia Super League fixtures are as follows:
• Thursday 10 August – Southern Vipers v Western Storm – Ageas Bowl. Result – Southern Vipers won by 9 wickets.
• Saturday 12 August – Western Storm v Loughborough Lightning – Cooper Associates County Ground. Result – Western Storm won by 5 wickets.
• Sunday 20 August – Yorkshire Diamonds v Western Storm. Result – Western Storm won by 10 wickets.
• Wednesday 23 August – Surrey Stars v Western Storm – Guildford CC
• Saturday 26 August – Western Storm v Lancashire Thunder – Brightside Ground, Bristol
Gloucestershire Cricket is part of the South West consortium comprising of Somerset CCC and Exeter University that will compete in the inaugural Kia Women’s Cricket Super League.
Western Storm are one of six sides taking part in the round-robin T20 competition this summer which will see 90 of the most talented female players from England and across the world competing in this ground breaking tournament.
WESTERN STORM SQUAD 2017:
Stafanie Taylor, Rachel Priest (Wicketkeeper), Heather Knight (Captain), Fran Wilson, Sophie Luff, Georgia Hennessy, Anya Shrubsole, Jodie Dibble, Alice Macleod, Freya Davies, Danielle Gibson, Amara Carr, Claire Thomas, Lauren Parfitt, Holly Huddleston
2016 Kia Super League Final Highlights
It was a year to remember for Western Storm as they reached the Final of the Kia Super League. Overcoming Loughborough Lightning in the semi-finals winning by 5 wickets with 3 balls to spare. The Storm would go on to face the Southern Vipers in the final who were led by Charlotte Edwards. It was a thrilling final which saw the Southern Vipers win by 7 wickets.