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Western Storm award Retainer Contracts to 3 Players (inc. 2 former Gloucestershire age group players)

Western Storm are delighted to announce that Sophie Luff and former Gloucestershire County Age Group players, Fi Morris and Danielle Gibson have been awarded retainer contracts from the 1st June through to the 30th September 2020. These players, the first to take...

Job Vacancies: Two new roles – Women’s & Girls’ Development Officer & Women’s & Girls’ Community Coach

The Gloucestershire Cricket Board, wish to appoint a Women's and Girls' Cricket Development Officer and a Women's and Girls' Community Coach 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...

Introduction to Hard Ball Cricket Sessions for Women

We're really excited to announce a series of introductory hard ball cricket sessions for females aged 15+. The sessions are designed for individuals who haven't played hard ball cricket before and would like the opportunity to give it a try. We anticipate these...

2020 Girls County & Development Training Squads Announced

We are pleased to be able to share the selections for the 2020 girls winter performance programmes.For the first time this year, the Under 11 age group has been split into a ‘north’ group and a ‘south’ group – doubling the number of players that will receive coaching...

2020 Women’s and Girls’ Competitions: Entries now open

2019 saw a record-breaking number of girls and women’s clubs enter into GCB competitions! The GCB run competitions from Under 9 girls festivals, all the way up to senior women’s leagues with a variety of soft ball cricket, hard ball cricket, festival days...

Women and Girls: Outstanding teams and individuals recognised at awards evening

Former Gloucestershire player and Western Storm star Danielle Gibson handed out the awards at Gloucestershire’s annual Women and Girls Presentation Evening. The event at the Brightside Ground celebrated the outstanding teams and individuals from the Under 11 Lady...

Women’s Indoor Soft Ball Leagues are back in 2020… Register now

Clubs urged to sign up quickly as demand for Indoor Soft Ball League Cricket grows across Gloucestershire. To support the growing demand for cricket through the winter, each League will run from January to March and the capacity for teams to play will increase as a...

Women’s Soft Ball taking off at Twyford House

TWYFORD House’s decision to launch the first women’s soft ball team in their history is already paying rich dividends. After only six weeks, the thriving club have welcomed along 25 different players to Friday night sessions at their Penpole Lane base at Shirehampton....

Start Women’s Soft Ball Cricket at your club this summer!

The summer of 2019 will see 13 clubs host Women’s Soft Ball Festivals across the County as the GCB aim to increase the number of clubs offering Women's Cricket. Now in its third year the Women’s Soft Ball programme is designed to support new cricket clubs to start and...

Softball scheme aims to attract new female players to the game

A new initiative has been launched to encourage women in Gloucestershire to give cricket a go. The softball scheme aims to attract people who have never played before and ex-players who are interested in getting back into cricket. Sixteen clubs from across the county...

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 Programmes Manager Scott Tremain.

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