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Western Storm advertise Team Operations Executive role

Western Storm are looking to recruit a Team Operations Executive who will provide support to all Western Storm programmes – both supporting staff with day to day operations and logistics as well as a wide range of administrative duties. The successful candidate will...

Charles-Price appointed as Women’s and Girls’ Development Officer

The Gloucestershire Cricket Board are delighted to announce Laura Charles-Price as our new Women's and Girls' Development Officer. We are pleased to welcome Laura to the team, who follows in the footsteps of Lisa Pagett who, after 10 years with the GCB, has moved on...

Western Storm advertise Strength and Conditioning Coach & Physiotherapist roles

Women & girls’ cricket is set to be transformed as part of the England and Wales Cricket Board’s exciting new strategy to Inspire Generations. As Western Storm evolves from being a highly successful team in the Kia Super League, to a new semi-professional...

Women and Girls Winter Training Squads Announced

The Gloucestershire Cricket Board (GCB) are delighted to announce the Women's and Girls' Winter Performance Training Squads for the upcoming 12 week programmes. Image by Matt Hunkin. Early October saw indoor trials across the County, where the greatest number of...

Big boost across the county for women’s and girls’ cricket

SEPTEMBER is the Women’s Big Cricket Month and clubs across Gloucestershire have responded with a series of initiatives ensuring that women and girls know that cricket is a sport for all. Despite the impact of the Coronavirus crisis on the sporting landscape, clubs...

Job Vacancy: Women’s & Girls’ Cricket Development Officer

The Gloucestershire Cricket Board, wish to appoint a Women's and Girls' Cricket Development Officer to drive and grow the game across Gloucestershire. Never has there been a better time to work in the women and girl’s game. In the new ECB Strategy, Inspiring...

Woodmancote Saints partner with Hollie Gazzard Trust to promote key message

Woodmancote Saints CC Women’s Soft Ball Team announce new partnership with the Hollie Gazzard Trust whose work helps to reduce domestic violence through creating and delivering programmes on domestic abuse and promoting healthy relationships to schools and colleges....

Book Now: Storm Champions Courses for female volunteers return for Big Cricket Month

Women who would like to take a more active role delivering soft ball cricket activities at their cricket club can now book onto Storm Champions Courses which return to Gloucestershire during September, Women's & Girls' Big Cricket Month. Not only will participants...

Charlotte spins Gloucestershire Women to double triumph

CHARLOTTE Phillips produced two outstanding bowling displays as Gloucestershire Women completed a notable T20 double triumph over local rivals Somerset at Corse & Staunton. The off-spinner captured 3-14 from four overs in the first game as Somerset were made to...

Get involved and celebrate Women’s & Girls’ Cricket during this Big Cricket Month

On Sunday 8th March, 86,174 people piled into the MCG to watch Australia win the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup, which alongside 1.1 billion video views across ICC channels during the tournament, clearly demonstrated the huge strides that women’s cricket has taken in...

Women’s & Girls’ Cricket

It is an exciting time for Women’s and Girls’ cricket as the number of opportunities continue to grow significantly across Gloucestershire.

There now more than 25 clubs in Gloucestershire with at least one women’s team, 15 clubs with girls’ sections and a variety of different competitions to suit players of all ages, abilities and experience levels.

To find out more about any aspect of the Women’s and Girls’ game, including playing opportunities and support with starting Women’s and Girls Cricket at your club, please contact GCB Women’s and Girls’ Development Officer Laura Charles-Price.

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