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MCC Girls Cotswolds Hub U15s Reach Lords 2021

Gloucestershire Cricket Board are extremely proud of a group of girls from our wonderful county. They have reached the MCC Foundation Finals, which will be played at Lords on Monday 20th September. When this group of girls came together (Aged between 11-15) on a...

Using our partnerships to make a difference to disadvantaged children in Bristol

Cricket players make surprise visit to workshop for disadvantaged young people in Bristol. Last week, a couple of players from Gloucestershire Women’s Cricket Team made a surprise visit to a summer holiday workshop set up for disadvantaged children.  The workshop,...

Gloucestershire Girls make the most of festival experience

GLOUCESTERSHIRE Girls U13s and the U13 Development Squad both returned from the Malvern Festival with heads held high after a series of excellent performances. The U13s (main image) won three of their four matches while the development squad (pictured below) notched...

Double success for Gloucestershire Girls U13s

GLOUCESTERSHIRE Girls U13s warmed up for the start of the Malvern Festival on Friday with two T20 friendly victories over Wales at Wycliffe College. An excellent unbeaten 67 from captain Taylor Hodgson helped the home side reach 162-2 after losing the toss in the...

Top work by Gloucestershire Girls U15s!

GLOUCESTERSHIRE Girls U15s (pictured) moved to the top of their ECB County One-Day group on the back of a battling 16-run triumph against Devon at Chipping Sodbury. Emily Murray (27), opener Liv Daniels (26) and Greer Barnes (18) led the home side to a total of 120...

Katie smashes 137 for Gloucestershire Girls U15s!

CAPTAIN Katie Jones (pictured left) smashed 137 off only 89 balls for Gloucestershire Girls U15s who went on to defeat Wales by 182 runs at Dafen. Katie’s memorable innings featured 18 fours and two sixes, and she shared a stand of 109 runs with Emily Murray (56 not)...

Gloucestershire Girls U13s dig deep for fine win

GLOUCESTERSHIRE Girls U13s battled back from a slow start to complete a tremendous 91-run friendly victory against Worcestershire at Wycliffe College. The home side, who won the toss, were struggling at 20-4 before captain Taylor Hodgson (41) and Prarthana Reddy (43)...

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...

Four direct run outs for Sophie!

SOPHIE Rayer showcased her fielding skills with a tremendous total of four direct run outs on a busy weekend of matches for Gloucestershire Girls’ U13 Development squad. There were two ‘strikes’ for Sophie on Saturday when the county travelled to picturesque Prestcold...

Prarthana unbeaten on 110 for Gloucestershire Girls U13s

PRARTHANA Reddy struck a superb unbeaten 110 to lead Gloucestershire Girls U13s squad to a second successive win, this time overcoming Warwickshire by 86 runs at Wycliffe College. After winning the toss and batting first, the hosts compiled 229-2 from their 35 overs....

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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