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Mike Wise and Richard Lee win an “OSCA”

Posted by on Oct 4, 2016 in Featured, News

Mike Wise and Richard Lee win an “OSCA”

 Richard & Mike at Lords Cricket Ground Eight of Gloucestershire cricket’s most inspiring volunteers have been recognized for their tireless work after winning a NatWest OSCA (Outstanding Service to Cricket Award). The winners – who include coaches, umpires, committee members and league representatives – will be invited to a Gloucestershire match and a national awards

Leadon Young Cricketers, u15 Gloucestershire County Youth League Winners 2016

Posted by on Sep 9, 2016 in Featured, Match Reports

Leadon Young Cricketers, u15 Gloucestershire County Youth League Winners 2016

Chakraborty stars as Leadon Young Cricketers become Under 15 County Champions Leadon Young Cricketers 280 for 9 from 40 overs, Downend 203 all out from 23.1 overs Leadon Young Cricketers won by 77 runs Leadon Young Cricketers, u15 Gloucestershire County Youth League Winners 2016 (Alphabetical order) Ed Aston (Redmarley CC), Ollie Aston (Redmarley CC), Matt

Dymock CC hosts Girls U-13 county match

Posted by on Jun 1, 2016 in Featured, News

Dymock CC hosts Girls U-13 county match

Dymock Cricket Club hosted a Girls U-13 County match on Monday 30th May, many thanks to all those that helped to prepare the wicket, grounds and helped to host this match. Message of thanks from GCCC Coach Gareth Dawson :-     Good Evening   Just wanted to say a big thank you to your

Harry Senior scores century for Gloucestershire U-15’s

Posted by on May 16, 2016 in Featured, Match Reports

Harry Senior scores century for Gloucestershire U-15’s

Gloucestershire Under 15 Boys v Millfield School Under 15 (at Millfield School) May 15 Friendly Millfield U15 224 all out (42.2 overs) Gloucestershire U15 225-9 (43.4 overs) Gloucestershire won by 1 wicket Scorecard Gloucestershire U15 captain, Harry Senior (pictured below) (Dymock), hit his maiden county century in a tense one wicket win over Millfield School.

The Future

Posted by on Apr 6, 2016 in News

Whilst our absolute top priority is to fund and complete the pavilion build, we are already looking at two fantastic opportunities to enhance the ability for the community to participate in sport, recreation and social activities. The land behind the pavilion(s), bought for multi-sport purposes is crying out to be used. It also boasts its

Pavilion update

Posted by on Apr 6, 2016 in News, Pavilion

The pavilion is still scheduled to be completed on 20th May – if the weather remains kind. We are making arrangements to accommodate senior and junior training and matches prior to this date, and ground-works around the pavilion will certainly continue after this date. Since our previous newsletter we have received confirmation of further grants

Mark Harper, MP drops in

Posted by on Apr 6, 2016 in News

Full Marks to Mark Harper – whilst acknowledging his own lack of cricketing prowess he spent several hours on site on the day. Mark took a close interest in the broad community involvement on the day as well as supporting the club’s objectives to provide the best possible facility for the whole community. Mike Gatting

CricketForce Sponsors and Volunteers

Posted by on Apr 6, 2016 in Featured, News

CricketForce Sponsors and Volunteers

Dymock was flattered by the level of support from the ECB – Old Trafford and Lords must have closed for the day, and given the national men’s and women’s team’s performances in India we were honoured to host most of the executive team. Tom Harrison, CEO of the ECB, recently returned from the T20 tournament

Alastair Cook enjoys boys toys…

Posted by on Apr 6, 2016 in Featured, News

Alastair Cook enjoys boys toys…

Alastair Cook was the first to jump into the driving set of a brand new Poweroll wicket roller – although Eric Woodmason of the GCB made sure he was the second up! As soon as Alastair moved to sign autographs for Dymock juniors (and a few seniors!) Eric grabbed the chance and was reluctant to

Mike Gatting gets stuck in…

Posted by on Apr 6, 2016 in Featured, News

Mike Gatting gets stuck in…

Mike Gatting is a legend of the game. A former captain who scored more than 4,000 test runs, his focus and application was again obvious in completing the timber treatment of the fence by our driveway, and then moving straight onto painting our sightscreens, bypassing the BBQ… Mike really is an ambassador for English Cricket,

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