Sign up now for women’s indoor softball festival

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 ... More

OSCAs 2017 – More Winners Profiles

  John Gurney - Lifetime Achiever A member/player at Dymock Cricket Club for more than 50 years, John has dedicated countless hours to maintain and developing the club’s facilities. As well as preparing wickets, John also repairs machines. His dedication is such that the club’s roller, lovingly ... More

GCB joins forces with Dennis and SISIS

The agreement, which is one of the first of its kind in the country, means that GCB affiliated clubs will benefit from an agreed discount structure on all Dennis and SISIS turf maintenance equipment. In addition, the Board will receive further investment which will be used to support clubs with grants to improve ... More

NatWest OSCA Winner Profile: Sarah Probert – Heartbeat of the Club

To see why Sarah was judged to be a deserving winner of this award please see below... Secretary (club and youth), Executive Committee Member/ First Aider/Fundraising Organiser/ Scorer and Catering/Bar Manager – it would take an army of people to fill the many and varied roles Sarah Probert holds at Bristol ... More

2017 NatWest OSCA winners announced

The volunteers – who come from a range of clubs, leagues and boards – have been recognised for the tireless dedication to the grass roots game. They were chosen by a Gloucestershire Cricket Board (GCB) judging panel following a record number of nominations. All seven winners have been invited to a star-stud... More

Clubs can save money on groundcare machinery thanks to Lister Wilder partnership

The partnership - which is one the first of its kind in the country - means that GCB affiliated clubs will receive an 18% discount on all machinery purchases and hired items from Lister Wilder, as well as substantial savings on spare parts and labour costs. The Board will receive a rebate from sales which will be ... More

NatWest OSCAs – deadline August 18

The annual awards are your chance to recognise the unsung heroes of grass roots cricket - the people who often go unnoticed but without who cricket in Gloucestershire simply wouldn't be the same. There are seven categories for this year's awards, ensuring that there is one for volunteers in every area of cricketing ... More

Coach Education Courses Go Live

For details on the content of each course please visit For dates and booking info please see below. Dates and Booking Information ECB Certificate in Coaching Children's Cricket* (UKCC Level 2) - North (Gloucester Academy) ... More

NatWest OSCAs: Previous winner Paul urges nominations

The awards are a great way to recognise and thank the volunteers who work tirelessly for their respective club, league or board. From coaches to committee members, officials to administrators we want you to let us know about the people who go the extra mile for grass roots cricket in Gloucestershire by filling in ... More

All Stars Cricket takes off across the county

More than 1350 kids are currently taking part in All Stars Cricket across 44 of the county’s clubs since it was launched two weeks ago. Gloucestershire Cricket Board (GCB) projects and programmes manager Chris Munden said the uptake has been fantastic. He said: “ Gloucestershire currently has more youngs... More