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The Brightside Ground

Nevil Road, Bris, BS7 9EJ

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Mon - Fri 9.00am - 17.00pm

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(0117) 910 8009

Work for us: The GCB seeks coaching apprentices

The Gloucestershire Cricket Board (GCB) wishes to appoint two Cricket Apprentices. The posts will have a focus on developing opportunities for young people in schools to play and enjoy cricket.

Tributes paid to disability cricket driving force Tim Polley

Gloucestershire Cricket Board (GCB) projects and programmes manager Chris Munden has paid tribute to disability cricket driving force Tim Polley who passed away in November

“Every club needs a Simon Gordon-Walker” – tributes paid to popular Poulton CC secretary

Gloucestershire Cricket Board (GCB) chief executive Steve Silk has paid tribute to Poulton CC secretary Simon Gordon-Walker who has died.

Sign-up for 2019 GYCL, U16 T20 and U19 T20

Registration is now open for the 2019 Gloucestershire Youth Cricket Leagues, U16 T20 & U19 T20 competitions.

St Austell Wines will add sparkle to Women’s Softball Festivals

Gloucestershire’s Women’s Soft Ball Festivals will have some extra sparkle next summer thanks to a new partnership with St Austell Wines.

Glos pair selected for England Women’s Academy programme

Gloucestershire pair Danielle Gibson and Natasha Wraith will join up with the England Women’s Academy this winter.
Dumbleton CC allrounder Danielle has been named in the full Academy squad while Frenchay CC wicketkeeper Nat is part of a 12-strong training group.

Dawson and Taylor among the speakers for coach development workshops- book now

Gloucestershire head coach Richard Dawson and Ex-England fielding coach Chris Taylor are among the big names leadingcoaching workshops which cover all of cricket’s main skill sets.

New Level 2 coaching course open for booking

The GCB is holding a new Level 2 course in Gloucester for people who would like to become a qualified coach in time for the 2019 season

Wookey reports from the World T20: Phoenix player becomes Cricketer correspondent

Former Gloucestershire age group player Ellie Wookey has swapped the drizzle of ‘Brizzle’ for the sunshine of St Lucia by becoming a correspondent for The Cricketer at the Women’s World T20.

GCB welcomes change to “beamer” law

The Gloucestershire Cricket Board (GCB) has welcomed news that MCC (Marylebone Cricket Club) has amended Law 41.7, the Law which concerns the bowling of dangerous and unfair non-pitching deliveries (beamers).

Become a Cricket World Cup Club

Gloucestershire clubs are being encouraged to help inspire a generation by getting involved in the 2019 Cricket World Cup (CWC 2019). The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) wants clubs to ‘be part of something bigger’ by applying to become a Cricket World Cup Club To register your club go to https://clubs.cricketworldcup.com/
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