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The Brightside Ground

Nevil Road, Bris, BS7 9EJ

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Mon - Fri 9.00am - 17.00pm

Sat & Sun CLOSED

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(0117) 910 8009

Start Women’s Soft Ball Cricket at your club this summer!

The summer of 2019 will see 13 clubs host Women’s Soft Ball Festivals across the County as the GCB aim to increase the number of clubs offering Women's Cricket. Now in its third year the Women’s Soft Ball programme is designed to support new cricket clubs to start and...

All your club’s building service needs covered – GCB renews partnership with UES

The Bristol-based company will continue as the Board’s facilities management partner and will sponsor the Gloucestershire Youth Cricket League for a second year.

Nominations open for 2019 ECB Coach Awards

The 2019 ECB Coaching Awards are now open for nominations. Nominate Gloucestershire’s inspirational coaches here.

Clubs can get cash for new covers through ECB Small Grant Scheme

he scheme is open for applications immediately and closes on May 31.It is open to all Gloucestershire Cricket Board (GCB) affiliated clubs with the exception of clubs received an ECB Small Grant for covers in 2018.

Sign up for FREE ECB scoring roadshow on April 7

The event will be held at Hatherley and Reddings CC on Sunday April 7 from 1.30 pm to 4.30 pm. 

Coaching & Courses

The GCB offers a variety of courses, for both young players and aspiring coaches.

Players in our district and county set-up can access one-to-one sessions and camps run through our Developing Future Professionals programme.

We also run a range of ECB coaching courses for aspiring coaches to gain experience and become formally qualified.

The GCB can also support clubs with the delivery of their own summer coaching camps.

Coach Education

Coaches play a crucial role in inspiring, developing and nurturing players at all levels of the game.

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Developing Future Professionals

The GCB’s Developing Future Professionals (DFP) coaching programme is designed to help Gloucestershire’s promising young players to achieve their full potential.

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