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The Brightside Ground

Nevil Road, Bris, BS7 9EJ


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Work for us: The GCB seeks coaching apprentices

The Gloucestershire Cricket Board (GCB) wishes to appoint two Cricket Apprentices. The posts will have a focus on developing opportunities for young people in schools to play and enjoy cricket.

Tributes paid to disability cricket driving force Tim Polley

Gloucestershire Cricket Board (GCB) projects and programmes manager Chris Munden has paid tribute to disability cricket driving force Tim Polley who passed away in November

“Every club needs a Simon Gordon-Walker” – tributes paid to popular Poulton CC secretary

Gloucestershire Cricket Board (GCB) chief executive Steve Silk has paid tribute to Poulton CC secretary Simon Gordon-Walker who has died.

Sign-up for 2019 GYCL, U16 T20 and U19 T20

Registration is now open for the 2019 Gloucestershire Youth Cricket Leagues, U16 T20 & U19 T20 competitions.

Dumbleton win U16 Jelf T20 as tournament revamp proposed

A month after Dumbleton were crowned Jelf Gloucestershire Under 16 T20 champions, plans are already afoot to revamp the competition for next season.

Dumbleton beat Cheltenham by 56 runs in the 2018 final but with the earlier stages blighted by cancellations, clubs have received a set of proposals to improve the tournament in 2019.

Youth Cricket

Driving and improving youth cricket in Gloucestershire is central to the aims of the Gloucestershire Cricket Board.

Enthusing youngsters by giving them the best cricketing opportunities available is central to creating future players at all levels of the game from club cricket to the England team.

Gloucestershire are committed to supporting the ECB in the identification of talented players and involving as many youngsters in the game of cricket as possible.

The county currently boasts over 100 clubs with junior sections, all of which play in some form of competition from under nine festivals to under 17 leagues.

Girls cricket in Gloucestershire has also grown rapidly in recent years to the point that there are now 14 cricket clubs with girls sections and many more with girls playing informally.

The growth in the number of clubs with girls sections has now enabled girls-specific leagues and competitions to be established across different age groups from under 11 Kwik Cricket to 20 over hard ball leagues for under 13 and under 15 groups.


Driving and improving youth cricket in Gloucestershire is central to the aims of the Gloucestershire Cricket Board.

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Girls cricket has grown rapidly over the last few years and their are now 15 cricket clubs with girls sections across the county and many more clubs with girls playing informally.

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All Stars Cricket

All Stars Cricket – the biggest youth initiative to be introduced in the UK is back for 2018.

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Youth Associations

In Gloucestershire we are very fortunate to have a large number of committed volunteers who devote their time to providing coaching and competition for the county’s young players.

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Within Gloucestershire we take the welfare of our coaches, players and volunteers extremely seriously.

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