The ECB scheme - which is licensed by Sport England – is an official way of recognising clubs that are sustainable, well run and provide the right environment for their members.
Bishopston, Down Hatherley, Hatherley and Reddings (pictured), Pak Bristolians and Stapleton have all become Clubmark clubs for the first time while Cheltenham Civil ...
Match report by Crispin Shingler - Wicketz Development Officer...
Both teams arrived with their families and supporters excited to see what the outcome of the game would be. This would be an indoor game, ten aside pairs cricket match.
Wicketz Knowle were off to a rocky start right from the beginning as they were three players short, but never ...
Evans received the awards in front of more than 100 guests at the Bristol Pavilion including the Gloucestershire professional squad and members of Kia Super League champions the Western Storm.
In total she made 437 runs at an average of 62.43 as well as chipping in with valuable wickets.
16-year-old Danielle Gibson picked up the bowler of the year ...
The 16-year-old from Dumbleton CC is one of eight players who will receive coaching and support to in order to help them become international cricketers in the future.
The Academy Squad and 14-strong England Women’s Senior Academy (EWSA) – which has also been announced - will take part in series of camps this winter and play competitive matches ...
The Gloucestershire Cricket Board (GCB) is holding a Women’s Softball Festival at Wycliffe School, Stonehouse on Sunday November 19.
The event promises to be a social celebration of cricket, combining matches, coaching, food and fun.
The festival is free to enter and all equipment is provided - including playing shirts.
GCB growth development ...
Jenny Taylor – Head Teacher at Horfield CoE Primary School
“Thank you Crispin on behalf of all of the staff and pupils at Horfield.
The children and staff learnt so much from the sessions you taught and hopefully you have inspired a group of young cricketers for the future. I know that everyone enjoyed and very much looked ...
The “Active Futures” programme will help children develop the fundamental movement skills - like agility, balance and coordination - that are the building blocks of cricket and other sports.
The multi-skills scheme is designed for Key Stage 1 pupils (5-7-year-olds), with more cricket specific sessions for Key Stage 2 (7-11-year-olds). Teachers ...
Trophies were awarded for the player of the year and individual performance of the year in every squad from the under 10s to the under 17s.
Frenchay wicketkeeper/batter Natasha Wraith was one of the winners on the night, picking up the player of the year award in both the Under 15 and Under 17 girls county squads. And Dumbleton CC were the most ...
To view each squad please click on the relevant age group below:
Boys Under 10s
Boys Under 11s
Boys Under 12s
Boys Under 13s
Boys Under 14s
Boys Under 15s
Boys Under 17s
Players who didn’t attend final trials have NOT been named in the squads published today. If you were invited to a FINAL TRIAL and couldn’t attend ...
They secured victory in front of a good sized crowd at Redmarley CC.
To view the scorecard click here.
In the final – which was reduced to 15 overs-a-side – Cheltenham batted first and posted a competitive score of 93-6. Henry Findlay-Wilson was the main man with an unbeaten 50 while Lewis Mason (2-15) was the pick of the Bedminster ...