Ryan Higgins Sends Glos to Finals Day - Moment of the Year - Option #4

3 December 2020

Gloucestershire Cricket, in conjunction with Club sponsor, the Cayman Islands Department of Tourism, is delighted to announce a six-week competition for your chance to win 'Gloucestershire Cricket in the sea' artwork by Dready. 

(The art is 36x14 inches and is on canvas and ready to hang on the wall)

To win this one-of-a-kind artwork, all you need to do is vote for your favourite moment of the 2020 season from a selection of six options.


To help you with your decision, we are doing one feature a week. The fourth feature in the series of moments is Ryan Higgins' four boundaries in a row against Northants Steelbacks to send Gloucestershire to T20 Finals Day for the first time since 2007.

After Ryan contributed 3/24 with the ball in hand to help the Shire restrict the Steelbacks to just 113 in their innings, he then took it upon himself to get the job done in quick fashion. Spending just eight minutes in total at the crease, Higgins notched four successive fours to send Gloucestershire to Edgbaston for Finals Day. The team only needed 11.5 of their 20 alloted overs to surpass Northants' total.


Dready is a character and a style of art created by Jamaican born, Caymanian (west Indian) artist Shane Aquart. Dready art has evolved from just images of that character, to a style of art embodying the bold colours, humour, and style of the Caribbean.  

Dready is very well known in the Cayman Islands and is an ever growing presence in the rest of the world – Shane ships art, commissions and print series, weekly from Cayman and Miami.

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