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Gloucester lose Championship festival

Sep 12, 2008: Gloucester has lost its annual cricket festival as Gloucestershire bow to commercial pressures, although the club are hopeful of playing a Twenty20 match at the King's School ground

ESPNcricinfo staff

Triple-ton breaks Grace's record for Gloucs

Spearman joins the elite

Jun 11, 2004: While his former New Zealand team-mates played for pride against England at Trent Bridge, Craig Spearman today broke the record for the highest first-class score by a Gloucestershire player

Wisden Cricinfo staff

Frizzell County Championship Division Two - 26-29 June Preview

Jun 26, 2002: With Glamorgan improving after a poor start to the season, and Middlesex anxious to take full advantage of their game in hand during Derbyshire's week off, this promises to be an interesting contest

Ed Green

The Gloucester Cricket Festival starts Wednesday 26th June

Jun 25, 2002: Five days of cricket with a good weather forecast starts on Wednesday

Gloucestershire CCC

Gloucestershire succumb to Brown's all-round skills

Jun 17, 2001: Dougie Brown produced an outstanding all-round performance to steer Warwickshire to a five-wicket Norwich Union League first division victory over Gloucestershire at Archdeacon Meadow

Andy Stockhausen

Durham easily hold out for draw

Jun 16, 2001: Gloucestershire's attempts to engineer a second consecutive CricInfo Championship victory were foiled by rain on the final day of the match against Durham at Gloucester

Andy Stockhausen

Gloucestershire hope for help from the sun

Jun 15, 2001: Mark Alleyne and Matt Windows batted Gloucestershire into a position of strength on the third day of the CricInfo Championship match at Archdeacon Meadow

Andy Stockhausen

Draw already looks likely at Gloucester

Jun 14, 2001: Michael Gough and Martin Love steered Durham to 211-4 in reply to Gloucestershire's 417 in the CricInfo County Championship Division Two match at the King's School ground in Gloucester

Mark Easterbrook

Gloucestershire take charge against Durham thanks to Alleyne

Jun 13, 2001: Gloucestershire's batting revival continued at King's School, Gloucester, today as a century from captain Mark Alleyne led them to a commanding 359-7 in the CricInfo Championship second division match with Durham

Mark Easterbrook

Durham and Warwickshire lined up for Gloucester Festival

May 11, 2001: For five days in June the Gloucester Cricket Festival will once again be held on The King's School Playing Fields in the traditional and picturesque setting of Archdeacon Meadow, alongside St Oswald's Road on the north side of the city

Media Release

Gloucestershire v Zimbabweans, Day 4

Jun 19, 2000: Zimbabwe emphasised their fast-improving form on their tour of England by inflicting a record defeat on Gloucestershire in the Vodafone Challenge match at Gloucester

Mark Easterbrook

Gloucestershire v Zimbabweans, Day 3

Jun 18, 2000: Gloucestershire are facing one of the heaviest defeats in their history after closing the third day of the Vodafone Challenge Series match with Zimbabwe in Gloucester on 98-4 in their second innings

Mark Easterbrook

Gloucestershire v Zimbabweans, Day 2

Jun 17, 2000: Zimbabwe strengthened their hold on the Vodafone Challenge match with Gloucestershire when they reduced the home side to 146-7 at the close of the second day's play in reply to their 568

Gloucestershire v Zimbabweans, Day 1

Jun 16, 2000: Zimbabwe batsman Murray Goodwin took advantage of a weakened Gloucestershire attack to post a career-best 194 on the opening day of the Vodafone Challenge Series match at Gloucester

Gloucester Cricket Festival 2000

Dec 17, 1999: Gloucestershire County Cricket Club have announced that the dates for next year's Gloucester Festival have been changed

Gloucestershire CCC Press Release
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