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Flying start for Golden Hill under-19s

GOLDEN Hill (pictured) got off to a winning start in Gloucestershire’s Vitality U19 T20 in partnership with Stuart Turner with a 76-run victory away to Twyford House. Last season’s beaten finalists eased their way to a fine total of 206-5 before Twyford were pegged...

England stars urge clubs and players to stick to ECB guidance

Gloucestershire Cricket Board back England stars message to clubs and players to continue to follow the ECB Guidance to ensure recreational cricket remains safe for everyone.A summary of the adaptations is listed below but please read the full guidance for England for...

Whincup blasts Frocester into Glo’shire final of Village Cup

OPENER Chris Whincup (pictured, image courtesy Brian Rossiter) powered Frocester into the Gloucestershire final of the Cricketer National Village Cup with an imposing unbeaten 159 at home to Oldbury-on-Severn... 24 hours after thumping 130 in a league match! The...

Week 1 Bristol & District review

TOM Laver (pictured, image courtesy Brian Rossiter) stroked his way to a century for Bradley Stoke who made the perfect start to the long-awaited Martin Berrill Bristol & District League campaign with a 101-run home triumph over neighbours Winterbourne 2nds. The...

Bristol & District clubs ready for return to action

FIVE weeks of action in the Martin Berrill Bristol & District League gets underway on Saturday with 126 teams competing in 21 newly drawn up ‘pods’. Officials have worked tirelessly behind the scenes to ensure that member sides of one of the largest competitions...

Nicholls’ unbeaten ton sees Painswick through in National Village Cup

CALLUM Nicholls (pictured, image courtesy Brian Rossiter) hammered an unbeaten 145 as Painswick cruised to a 106-run home triumph over Whitminster in the opening round of the Gloucestershire group in the Cricketer Village Cup. The opener shared a first wicket stand of...

Growlers to deliver virtual cricket session during British Blind Sports Have a Go Weekend

On Saturday 1st August, the Gloucestershire Growlers have agreed to deliver a virtual cricket session during British Blind Sport's virtual Have A Go Weekend in Bristol and the South West. The Bristol Have A Go Weekend will host inclusive deliverers and sports...

Holders Bedminster off to winning start in Vitality U19 T20

BEDMINSTER Bashers continue their defence of Gloucestershire’s Vitality U19 T20 in partnership with Stuart Turner with a home clash against Winterbourne on Friday (5.30pm). Max Tryfonos (54 retired), Max Trotman (37) and Matt Brewer (35) led the Bashers to an imposing...

Quedgeley & Hardwicke have plenty of grounds for hope!

CLUBS across Gloucestershire have made tremendous efforts to get their grounds ready for cricket after the Government gave the sport the go-ahead to return despite the ongoing Coronavirus crisis – but few have worked harder than Quedgeley & Hardwicke. As these...

It’s the Generation Game!

THREE generations of the Cerrone family lined up together for Andoversford in a Sunday friendly. Grandfather Alec, a stalwart of the Cheltenham club for more than 35 years, took to the field with sons Richard (37) and Rob (27) along with grandson Morgan-Bailey (13)...

It’s the Generation Game!

THREE generations of the Cerrone family lined up together for Andoversford in a Sunday friendly. Grandfather Alec, a stalwart of the Cheltenham club for more than 35 years, took to the field with sons Richard (37) and Rob (27) along with grandson Morgan-Bailey (13)...

Week 1 WEPL review

ISLAMNABI Ahmadzai’s burst of 4-15 from eight overs helped pave the way for Stroud to get the much-delayed Courage West of England Premier League season off to a fine start with a seven-wicket victory away to Hatherley & Reddings. The on-going Coronavirus...

Clubs chasing Village Cup glory

CLUBS set out on the road to national glory on Sunday with the delayed launch of The Cricketer Village Cup. It’s the 49th edition of arguably the most famous recreational knock out tournament of all with teams in 32 regions bidding to reach the final which has...

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