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Cheltenham Racecourse to host The Big Cricket Celebration!

And they’re off! Thousands of youngsters are set to take part in the first cricket event at the world famous Cheltenham Racecourse! The Big Cricket Celebration on Tuesday August 10 will be the largest children’s cricket event ever staged and will celebrate the return...

Round-up of the latest U16 and U19 Blast action

HATHERLEY & Reddings timed their reply to perfection to trump Cirencester by five wickets in the latest round of matches in the Marsh Commercial U16 T20. Ciren, who won the toss in this North Development clash, racked up 153-3 thanks mainly to captain Louis...

Knowle into last four of the Stuart Canvas Gloucestershire Cup

CAPTAIN Ollie Haynes led from the front with 85 for Knowle who eased past Bristol West Indian Phoenix by seven wickets to reach the semi-finals of the Stuart Canvas Gloucestershire Cup. The opener dominated his side’s chase, striking eight fours and four sixes, as the...

Double success for Gloucestershire Girls U13s

GLOUCESTERSHIRE Girls U13s were in tremendous form in their latest double-header, completing two comfortable friendly wins away to Worcestershire at Feckenham. In the first match, Bella Herring was unbeaten on 46 (seven fours) while Jennifer Rivers contributed a knock...

72-year-old Phil carries his bat for 109!

ON the hottest day of the season to date, 72-year-old Phil Barry carried his bat to finish unbeaten on 109 for Eastcombe 2nds! It was the opener’s first century for the club he joined 12 summers ago, and helped pave the way for a 111-run home victory against...

Week 12 Bristol & District review

GARY Winsor (pictured left) and Jimmy Dickinson both hit maiden league tons as Frampton Cotterell cruised past Failand & Portbury by 121 runs in Division Three of the Martin Berrill Bristol & District League. Winsor, who opened, ended unbeaten on 133 off 104...

Week 12 WEPL review

MATT Cox’s unbeaten 102 helped complete a comfortable eight-wicket win for Corse & Staunton away to Cheltenham Civil Service to remain top of the WEPL’s Gloucestershire division. The opener faced 119 balls and struck 15 fours and a six while captain Tim Dannatt...

Week 12 Gloucestershire County League review

DANNY Pointon smashed a match-winning unbeaten 150 for Witcombe who nipped past Lydney 2nds by four wickets with only four balls to spare for a memorable victory in Division Five of the Greene King IPA Gloucestershire County League. Pointon’s knock was the highest...

The BIG Cricket Celebration at Cheltenham Racecourse

To celebrate the wonderful achievement of cricket returning across the county this summer we are organised a cricketing 1st – cricket at the famous Cheltenham Racecourse – and you and your club are invited to be a major part of this. Seeing the return of so many...

Week 11 Gloucestershire County League review

NICK Osborne produced a memorable all-round display as Minchinhampton trumped local rivals Stroud 2nds to remain on the fringes of the promotion race in Division Five of the Greene King IPA Gloucestershire County League. Minch were battling to compile a decent total...
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Vitality U19 T20 with Stuart Turner & Marsh Commercial U16 T20

The summer of 2020 will see 27 teams compete in Gloucestershire’s Vitality U19 Club T20 with Stuart Turner (14) and Marsh Commercial U16 T20 Competitions (13).

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