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Brightside Ground to stage U19 T20 Finals Day this Sunday

The Gloucestershire Vitality Under 19 T20 Finals Day takes place at the Brightside Ground this Sunday.
Reigning champions the Bedminster Bashers, Corse and Staunton Sixers, Cheltenham Chiefs and last year’s runners-up Frocester Foxes will compete for the 2019 title at the home of Gloucestershire Cricket.

7 for Gilderson as Glos U14 beat Hants

Will Gilderson took 7-44 as Gloucestershire Under 14s beat Hampshire by two wickets. Gloucestershire Under 14 Boys v Hampshire Under 14 Boys (at New Milton CC), August 5 ECB U14 County Cup Hampshire 197 all out (45.2 overs) Gloucestershire 199-8 (45.5 overs)...

Young cricketers take first steps into umpiring

Nine young cricketers took their first steps into umpiring at the annual Gloucestershire Under 10 Festival. The youngsters all stood in matches after receiving training from the Gloucestershire Association of Cricket Umpires and Scorers (GACUS). Three of them had...

Nando’s Bristol Big Bash is Back

The Nando’s Bristol Big Bash is back on the cricketing menu – and continuing to go from strength to strength. The Bristol leg of the ECB City Cup invites players from across the city, all aged between 16 and 22 and with a BS postcode, to have the chance to impress and...

U14 boys retain Taunton title

The Under 14 County Boys became the first Gloucestershire side to retain their Taunton Festival title after clinging on to pip Shropshire to the 2018 prize. The squad – who won the U13 competition last year – thought they had missed out after a final day defeat to...

Saleem in south west squad skippered by Naish

Gloucestershire pair Hamdi Saleem (Downend) and Will Naish (Frocester) have been selected to represent the South and West at the prestigious ESCA (English Schools Cricket Association) Under 15s Bunbury Cricket Festival.

Nominate the unsung heroes of Glos cricket for a 2018 NatWest OSCA

Give recognition to the unsung heroes of grass roots cricket by nominating them for a NatWest OSCA (Outstanding Services to Cricket Award). The 2018 nominations are now open and people are being asked to nominate deserving individuals from both traditional cricketing...

Frenchay Flames retain U15 Girls Blast title – report & gallery

Frenchay Under 15s retained their Gloucestershire Girls Blast title after going through finals day unbeaten.

Frocester host county’s biggest women’s softball festival yet

More than 107 players took part in Gloucestershire’s biggest ever Women’s Softball Festival. The event at Frocester featured 11 teams from across the county and included two sides – Cam CC and Quedgeley and Hardwicke who were competing for the first time. The...

Gloucester’s High School For Girls are best in the west

Gloucestershire’s High School For Girls (HSFG) have become Chance to Compete Under 15 Regional champions. The girls secured the title after defeating the best schools from the south west and Wales at a finals day at Taunton School. The team received their trophy from...
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U14 boys retain Taunton title

The Under 14 County Boys became the first Gloucestershire side to retain their Taunton Festival title after clinging on to pip Shropshire to the 2018 prize. The squad – who won the U13 competition last year – thought they had missed out after a final day defeat to...

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U14 boys retain Taunton title

The Under 14 County Boys became the first Gloucestershire side to retain their Taunton Festival title after clinging on to pip Shropshire to the 2018 prize. The squad – who won the U13 competition last year – thought they had missed out after a final day defeat to...

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Week 15 Bristol & District review

BRADLEY Stoke moved off the bottom of the Bristol & District’s Senior Division with a tremendous ten-wicket away win over high-flying Nailsea. In one of the few games to overcome the weather, Richard Metcalfe struck with 4-1 for the South Gloucestershire outfit...

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Week 15 WEPL round-up

RAIN meant results were possible in only a small handful of matches in the West of England Premier League, including two games involving the bottom two in Premier One. Frocester, champions in 2014 and 2015, stay rooted to the foot of the table after being beaten in...

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