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Gloucestershire v Hampshire, Royal London Cup, Bristol
Jul 31, 2014: Jack Taylor claimed four wickets as Gloucestershire made it back-to-back Royal London Cup successes with a 35-run victory over Hampshire at Bristol
Feb 10, 2014: Jack Taylor's suspension from bowling for England and in competitive county cricket because of an illegal bowling action has been lifted by the ECB with immediate effect.
Durham v Leicestershire, FLt20, North Group, Chester-le-Street
Jul 25, 2013: Ben Stokes and Gareth Breese propelled Durham to a third successive win in the FLt20 against Leicestershire at Chester-le-Street.
May 28, 2013: Glenn Querl, the Unicorns' fast bowler, and Gloucestershire spinner Jack Taylor have been suspended from bowling by the ECB with suspected illegal actions.
Glamorgan v Gloucestershire, Swansea, 4th day
Aug 4, 2012: Veteran offspinner Robert Croft took four wickets in the space of 23 balls as Glamorgan beat Gloucestershire by 26 runs
Gloucestershire v Somerset, Friends Life t20, Bristol
Jul 1, 2011: Jack Taylor marked his Friends Life t20 debut with 4 for 16 as Gloucestershire upset the form book with a two-wicket win over Somerset at Bristol
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