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David Charlesworth
18th September 2015
Not many professional cricketers have the opportunity to play their last county match in a Lord’s final but that will not be enough to satisfy Geraint Jones, who is desperate to bow out of the game holding the Royal London One-Day Cup trophy aloft.
Andy Wilson
18th September 2015
David Graveney admits that even as a member of Gloucestershire’s executive board, he will have mixed feelings when Surrey’s Curran brothers are bowling in what promises to be an emotional Royal London One-Day Cup final at Lord’s. News
17th September 2015
Gloucestershire were given the green light to begin their preparations for Saturday’s Royal London One-Day Cup final after the rain-ruined LV= County Championship clash with Kent was called off. News
16th September 2015
For the second successive day play was washed out in Kent's LV= County Championship Division Two clash with Gloucestershire. News
15th September 2015
Heavy overnight rain prevented any play of the second day of Kent's home LV= County Championship match with Gloucestershire. News
14th September 2015
Daniel Bell-Drummond was the sole casualty of a rain-ruined opening day in Canterbury, where only 15 overs were bowled at the start of Kent's final home game of the LV= County Championship Division Two campaign against Gloucestershire. News
13th September 2015
Lancashire have England’s leading Test wicket-taker James Anderson available for their LV= County Championship Division Two title decider against Surrey at Emirates Old Trafford. News
10th September 2015
Michael Klinger's sensational limited-overs form for Gloucestershire this season has seen him top both the NatWest T20 Blast and Royal London One-Day Cup MVP Rankings. News
7th September 2015
Durham all-rounder John Hastings and Gloucestershire batsman Peter Handscomb have been drafted into Australia's injury-hit squad for the final three Royal London one-day internationals.
David Charlesworth
6th September 2015
Michael Klinger revealed an Australian sojourn to see his family was the inspiration behind his unbeaten ton that propelled Gloucestershire into the Royal London One-Day Cup final.