Leicestershire v Gloucestershire, LV= Championship, Grace Road, 4th day
Sep 4, 2015: Declarations by both sides set up a potentially exciting finish, but bad light forced an early close with Gloucestershire, chasing 302 to win, still 90 runs short with five wickets
Essex v Gloucestershire, LV= County Championship Div Two, Chelmsford, 3rd day
May 5, 2015: Liam Norwell returned career-best figures of 6 for 33 to help guide Gloucestershire to a nine-wicket victory over Essex, their first victory at Chelmsford since 1930.
Northants v Gloucestershire, Northampton, 4th day
Apr 15, 2015: Chris Dent hit an unbeaten century as the Gloucestershire opener batted throughout the final day to help his side secure a draw in the LV= County Championship Division Two match at Northamptonshire
Nov 12, 2014: England will send four players from the Performance Programme to Sri Lanka either side of Christmas in the latest example of their desire to expose their young cricketers to Asian conditions.
Kent v Gloucestershire, Canterbury, 3rd day
Sep 25, 2014: Kent face an uphill battle to prevent their sixth defeat of the four-day campaign after Gloucestershire dictated terms on day three in Canterbury
Kent v Gloucestershire, Canterbury, 2nd day
Sep 24, 2014: Gloucestershire opener Will Tavare hit an unbeaten century to bat his side into a strong position at the mid-point of their final game in Canterbury
Gloucestershire v Glamorgan, Bristol, 4th day
Jun 24, 2014: Will Tavare produced a back-to-the-wall innings reminiscent of his famous uncle to help Gloucestershire salvage a draw against Glamorgan at Bristol.
Gloucestershire v Essex, Bristol, 4th day
Apr 30, 2014: Unbeaten centuries from Alex Gidman and William Tavare guided Gloucestershire to a draw with Essex in Bristol
Gloucestershire v Hampshire, Bristol, 1st day
Apr 13, 2014: Several names of times past reappeared last season. Tavare is the latest as 24-year-old Will did the family name proud with a century on his first-class debut.
Sri Lanka are not the first touring team to struggle in typical English conditions, but that fact does not detract from James Anderson's magnificence
A win for Kolkata Knight Riders will mean they finish in the top four, leaving the final league match to decide the fourth team in the playoffs
Despite having most bases covered and unearthing an exciting young talent, defending champions Mumbai Indians endured a frustrating, stop-start season
Kolkata Knight Riders opener Robin Uthappa is aiming for a maiden T20 hundred and an international comeback
James Anderson has fantastic variation to his bowling, but the value of the stock ball should never be underestimated