Gloucestershire


Gloucestershire’s Miles Hammond has signed a contract extension keeping him at the county side until the end of 2022. The 24-year old batsman made his one-day debut for the club in 2013 when he burst onto the scene as an off-spinner. Since then, Hammond has developed into an explosive opening batsman particularly in limited overs …

It was announced today that Andrew ‘AJ’ Tye will be returning to Gloucestershire Cricket Club for the Vitality Blast in 2019. The 32-year-old will be a familiar face to Gloucestershire supporters after impressing in the T20 competition in 2016 and 2018. Speaking on his return to Gloucestershire AJ said: “I’m delighted to be returning to Gloucestershire …

The Gloucestershire Cricket Board (GCB) is launching a series of special events to celebrate the ICC Cricket World Cup trophy coming to Bristol. The famous trophy will be in the city – which is one of the host venues – from March 8-10 as part of the countdown to cricket’s showpiece tournament. From a schools’ …

BATSMAN George Hankins has signed a new contract with Gloucestershire. The 21-year-old, graduate of the club’s academy, has put pen to paper on a deal until the end of the 2021 season. Hankins said: “I am delighted to have extended my contract until the end of 2021. I am very excited to be part of …

GLOUCESTERSHIRE Cricket have signed right arm fast bowler and Scotland international Stuart Whittingham from Sussex on a three-year deal. The 24-year-old said: “I am really excited to have signed for Gloucestershire. I am keen to continue with the development of my game and to play here is a fantastic opportunity. “I feel like I have …

ANDREW Tye paid tribute to fellow Aussie Michael Klinger after the Gloucestershire captain had led from the front in a 30-run Vitality Blast South Group win over Glamorgan at Cheltenham. Klinger contributed 77 not out, with seven fours and three sixes to his side’s total of 197 for six after losing the toss on Friday …

CHRIS Dent wants to eliminate fear of losing from Gloucestershire’s dressing room in his first season as captain. The 27-year-old Bristol-born batsman admits to having thought long and hard before taking on the job of skipper in the Specsavers County Championship and Royal London One-Day Cup. But, with time to adjust to the idea, Dent …

GLOUCESTERSHIRE batsman Michael Klinger has announced his retirement from First Class cricket. Aussie Klinger, who joined Gloucestershire as club captain in December 2012, has been prolific in red and white-ball cricket, amassing plenty of runs in the process. Klinger was captain of the Gloucestershire side that lifted the Royal London One-Day Cup in 2015 after …