Poulton Cricket Club is marking its 125th anniversary in style with a week-long programme of celebrations.
From May 28 to June 5 the picturesque ground will host a series of matches and off-the-field events designed to showcase every aspect of the club.
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The week kicked off with a three day beer festival (May 28 to 30) and a number of senior fixtures including a match between Poulton and a Cotswold District Cricket Association (CDCA) XI on May 30.
Other highlights include a six-a-side competition on June 3 and a Ladies Day on May 31 that includes a girls coaching camp led by England international Fran Wilson.
The festivities will come to a close with a party and live music on June 4 and a Chairman’s XI v Old Poultonian’s game on June 5.
The anniversary caps a memorable last decade that has seen Poulton go from strength-to-strength.
In 2007 the club finished work on a state-of-the-art new £500,000 pavilion.
On the field the club has enjoyed success at all levels and now boats one of the best junior sections in the county with teams at every age group from under 7 to under 19.
A number of these players have gone on to represent Gloucestershire’s youth teams.
The club also runs a girls’ under 13 team and its ladies team are the reigning champions of the Cotswold Women’s League.