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Youthful Under 17 Development line-ups show potential

Gloucestershire Under 17s Development bounced back from a narrow defeat against Warwickshire to record convincing wins over Northants and Somerset.

Elliott and Choughule fire Glos U15s into national semi final

Gloucestershire Under 15 Boys booked their place in the semi-finals of the ECB Royal London Cup with a convincing 89 run win over Middlesex at the Bristol County Ground.

U14s put themselves in contention with 4 wins in a row

Gloucestershire Under 14 Boys secured A Division cricket for next year and put themselves into contention for top spot in their ECB group with four wins in a row.

Under 13 Boys secure back-to-back victories

The U13s beat Yorkshire in the final over before securing a 26 run win over local rivals Somerset in a low scoring match.

U17 girls lose T20 semi but triumph in 50 over local derby

Glos U17 Women narrowly lost to Devon in their T20 semi final but were convincing winners over Somerset in their 50 over competition.

Under 15 Boys secure home quarter with Somerset win

Gloucestershire Under 15 Boys claimed an unassailable lead at the top of their ECB Division with a five wicket win over Somerset.

Under 14 Boys finish as Festival runners-up

Gloucestershire Under 14 Boys had to settle for the runners-up spot at the Taunton Festival after rain washed out the final day of the competition.

U12 boys beat Wiltshire while U17 Development fall short against Devon

Match reports from Glos U12 Boys v Wilts & U17 Development Boys v Devon.

Latest Glos girls county match reports

Double delight for the U17s and some promising individual performances in defeat for the U15s

Glos trio make South West Bunbury squad

Gloucestershire’s Charlie Brennan, Will Gilderson and Ryan Kilmister have been selected in the South West squad for the prestigious Bunbury Cricket Festival.

Performance

The Gloucestershire Cricket Board runs 29 representative county and district teams each year as well as Emerging Players Programmes (1 boys, 1 girls) (EPP) for the most talented players aged 13-16.

The county programme is made up of boys sides from under 10 to under 17s and girls teams at under 11, under 13, under 15, under 17 and senior women. The boy’s district set-up includes teams at under 11, under 12, under 13 across each of the county’s four districts; Bristol, Cheltenham and the Cotswolds, Gloucester and the Forest of Dean and Stroud and South Gloucestershire.

From 2017 there has been a single development team at Under 14 and Under 15 made up of the best players who aren’t selected for the county squads. There are also girls development squads at under 13 and under 15. All of this is overseen by GCB head of performance and former Gloucestershire professional Tim Hancock and women and girls officer Lisa Pagett.

Gloucestershire Women

Gloucestershire County Women are the premier women’s team in the county.

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EPP

Designed to be a stepping stone between county age group teams and the Gloucestershire County Cricket Club Academy.

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County Boys

The Gloucestershire county boys programme is made up of teams from Under 10 to Under 17s.

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County Girls

The Gloucestershire county girls programme covers the age groups of under 11, under 13, under 15 and under 17.

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Mission Statement of the Gloucestershire Cricket Board

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