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Clubs urged to join new T20 Sunday league

A new T20 competition is being launched to try and revitalise Sunday cricket in Gloucestershire. The Gloucestershire County Cricket League (GCCL) and Gloucestershire Cricket Board (GCB) have joined forces to create a T20 league for clubs in the north of the county....

County and District Coaches Wanted

The Gloucestershire Cricket Board (GCB) is looking for coaches to work on its county and district performance programme.

Thornbury, Cirencester and Cheltenham crowned UES GYCL champions

Cheltenham Under 15s, Cirencester Under 13s and Thornbury Under 11s have been crowned as county champions after winning their respective UES (Unitary Engineering Services) Gloucestershire Youth Cricket Leagues (GYCL).

U14s nominated for Bristol Sports Award

Gloucestershire Under 14 Boys have been nominated for a Bristol Sports Award after enjoying an outstanding season. The U14s became the first Glos side to finish top of their ECB regional group and also won the Taunton Festival.

2018 OSCA Winners Honoured at Gloucestershire T20 Match

Six unsung heroes of Gloucestershire club cricket will be honoured at Lord’s after being named as winners in the 2018 NatWest OSCAs (Outstanding Service to Cricket Awards). The winners – who will attend the national awards ceremony on October 9 - also received...

Under 13s make it back-to-back Taunton triumphs

The Gloucestershire Under Under 13 boys finished their season on a high by winning the Taunton Festival.
After three days of tough cricket Glos won the four-team festival by just a single point – emulating this year’s Under 14s by winning back-to-back titles.

U12s narrowly miss out on Taunton title

Gloucestershire Under 12s missed out on winning the Taunton Festival by a single point after failing to bowl Devon out on the final day.
The side finished runners-up to Lancashire despite a superb week that saw them lose just once – to the eventual champions.

Week 18 WEPL review

CHELTENHAM clinched the WEPL Premier Two Glos/Wilts title and promotion back to the top tier of the region’s leading competition thanks to a final day home 41-run victory over Trowbridge. Will Simmons’ side (pictured below) started the day knowing that victory of any...

Week 18 Bristol & District review

FRENCHAY have been crowned champions of the Martin Berrill Bristol & District League’s Senior Division. Alex Stell’s side (pictured below) began the day five points behind leaders Bristol West Indian Phoenix but ended it eight clear after overcoming Pak Bristolians by...

Week 18 Gloucestershire County League review

PAINSWICK sealed the Division One championship in the Greene King IPA Gloucestershire County League and promotion to WEPL after completing their season with a 125-run victory at Apperley. Skipper Jack Hobbis, batting at eight, top scored on 61 in his side’s challenge...

NatWest U19 & Jelf U16 T20

The summer of 2018 will see 31 teams compete in Gloucestershire’s Vitality U19 Club T20 in Association with First Class Comms (19) and Jelf U16 T20 Competitions (12).

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As well as growing cricket through clubs and schools, the GCB is committed to developing the game through our community programme.

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Disability Cricket

There has never been a better time to get involved in disability cricket, with more opportunities than ever before.

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League & Cup News

Steve Hill brings you the latest league & cup results, features and previews from adult club cricket.

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