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Gloucestershire v Worcestershire, Cheltenham, 3rd day
Jul 23, 2014: A record Gloucestershire last-wicket stand between Craig Miles and Liam Norwell delayed Worcestershire's win and brought much delight at the Cheltenham Festival
Gloucestershire v Worcestershire, Cheltenham, 2nd day
Jul 22, 2014: Gloucestershire were skittled for 156 and then lost a wicket following on after Daryl Mitchell's 167 had taken the visitors to 395
Jul 22, 2014: Steve Kirby has announced his retirement due to an ongoing shoulder injury
Gloucestershire v Worcestershire, Cheltenham, 1st day
Jul 21, 2014: Daryl Mitchell carefully accumulated the fifth century of his lovely season and piloted his team to a respectable 298 for 7
Gloucestershire v Essex, NatWest T20 Blast, Cheltenham
Jul 20, 2014: Chris Dent hammered an unbeaten 55 off just 23 balls as Gloucestershire produced a shock NatWest T20 Blast victory Essex
Gloucestershire v Surrey, NatWest T20, Cheltenham
Jul 18, 2014: Surrey made sure of a place in the NatWest T20 Blast quarter-finals with a five-run victory over Gloucestershire in front of a sell-out Cheltenham Festival crowd.
Gloucestershire v Derbyshire, Cheltenham, 4th day
Jul 17, 2014: Shivnarine Chanderpaul's cool head saw Derbyshire to a six-wicket LV=County Championship win over Gloucestershire after a see-saw contest at Cheltenham
Gloucestershire v Derbyshire, Cheltenham, 3rd day
Jul 16, 2014: Hamish Marshall holds the key to Gloucestershire's chances of avoiding defeat by Derbyshire on the final day at Cheltenham.
Gloucestershire v Derbyshire, Cheltenham, 2nd day
Jul 15, 2014: Skipper Wayne Madsen led from the front as Derbyshire hit back strongly on the second day against Gloucestershire at Cheltenham
Gloucestershire v Derbyshire, Cheltenham, 1st day
Jul 14, 2014: A century from Will Tavare and an unbeaten 88 from Will Gidman took Gloucestershire to 304 for 6 on the opening day of the 2014 Cheltenham festival.
Somerset v Gloucestershire, NatWest T20, Taunton
Jul 11, 2014: Acting captain Alfonso Thomas claimed two wickets in the final over as Somerset beat Gloucestershire by seven runs in a NatWest T20 Blast thriller at Taunton.
Hampshire v Gloucestershire, Ageas Bowl, 4th day
Jul 10, 2014: It is to Gloucestershire's credit that they pushed Hampshire so close. On a fourth day which started with a team still batting in their first innings, their approach at least allowed for specks of excitement
Hampshire v Gloucestershire, Ageas Bowl, 3rd day
Jul 9, 2014: Will Gidman scored his first century of the season to press his case as one of the country's leading allrounders
Hampshire v Gloucestershire, Ageas Bowl, 2nd day
Jul 8, 2014:
Hampshire v Gloucestershire, Ageas Bowl, 1st day
Jul 7, 2014: Hampshire's last-wicket pair of James Tomlinson and David Balcombe repaired a middle-order collapse to thwart Gloucestershire on a day of fluctuating fortunes.
NatWest T20 Blast countdown
Jul 7, 2014: The long-awaited Freddie Flintoff comeback leads this week's countdown of the things that mattered in the NatWest T20 Blast
Gloucestershire v Sussex, NatWest T20 Blast, South Division, Bristol
Jul 4, 2014: Gloucestershire's victory takes them joint fifth in the South Group with Sussex, one place outside the quarter-final spots
Essex v Gloucestershire, Chelmsford, 4th day
Jul 2, 2014:
Essex v Gloucestershire, Chelmsford, 3rd day
Jul 1, 2014: Gloucestershire are a side that, judging by recent evidence, relish a rescue mission, having dropped anchor twice in as many weeks to stymie ascendant opposition
Essex v Gloucestershire, Chelmsford, 2nd day
Jun 30, 2014: Essex demonstrated the benefits of attritional batting as they amassed a considerable lead over Gloucestershire
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