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CRICKET COMMITS TO ACTION PLAN TO TACKLE RACISM AND ALL FORMS OF DISCRIMINATION

Cricket today commits to a wide-ranging action plan to tackle racism and promote inclusion and diversity at all levels of the game. The plan has been developed jointly by the ECB, MCC, the PCA, NCCA Ltd, the First Class Counties, Women’s Regional Hosts and the...

GCB welcomes and supports Afghan refugees to resettle in Bristol

Afghan refugees recently resettled in Bristol have been given a safe space to play cricket at Gloucestershire’s Bristol County Ground. Around 20 Afghans, who are among 50 families to have recently fled from the war-torn country and been re-homed in Bristol, have...

Independent Commission for Equity in Cricket – Call for Evidence

Cricket is under intense scrutiny right now and it is clear that substantial action needs to be taken to address inequalities in the game. In March 2021 the ECB set up the Independent Commission for Equity in Cricket (ICEC) to look at issues of diversity, inclusion...

GCB launch Girls Emerging Player Programme (EPP) for latest group of high performers

The Gloucestershire Girls Emerging Players Programme (EPP) is a development programme for players who have been identified as high quality performers with high potential as a result of their cricket skills and their attitude. The EPP is designed to support and develop...

ACE Bristol Launches First Community Hub Supported by England Internationals

England women’s players Sophia Dunkley, Katie George and Sarah Glenn made a surprise appearance in Bristol on Friday to take part in a coaching session with the ACE programme thanks to sponsors Royal London. The three internationals joined in with training drills and...

ACE Bristol rounds off Black History Month with its first community event

The African Caribbean Engagement (ACE) programme marked the end of Black History Month with its community event in Bristol as the programme was celebrating its first birthday as a charity. The event was attended by ACE founder Ebony Rainford-Brent, ACE Director of...

Boys & Girls Winter Performance Training Squads Announced

Thank you to all boys and girls who have attended trials over the last month or so. The standards of players across the board is improving year on year which is hugely exciting for Gloucestershire. As we were unable to deliver this in 2021 due to COVID, we cannot wait...

Super Elliot tells his lockdown story & proud to receive Inspire Award

On Wednesday 13th October, Elliot and his family travelled to Lord’s where he recevied the Inspire Award during The Lord Taverners' Award Ceremony.  The family also enjoyed a tour of the famous Lords Cricket Ground. Elliot joined the Frenchay Falcons Super 1s group in...

3,320 children play cricket through our schools programme during Term 1

In a time of the year where people would think cricket isn’t happening, that couldn’t be further from the truth in Gloucestershire. When the children returned to school in September, there was still a great appetite from schools to provide cricket provision for their...

Free cricket sessions for Bristol youngsters!

LOCAL youngsters can enjoy free cricket sessions as part of the new Afro Caribbean Engagement programme launched in Bristol and backed by the Gloucestershire Cricket Board. Known as ACE, the programme will provide two days of free holiday clubs at May Park Primary...
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