Gloucestershire players have invited fans to St Austell Brewery pub The Albion to find out a bit more about beer in the company of their favourite cricketers.
The Albion, in Clifton Village, Bristol, will host the fun beer tasting evening from 7pm - 9pm on Tuesday, June 18th in association with Gloucestershire County Cricket Club.
Gloucestershire Cricket is delighted to announce St Austell Brewery, brewer of 'Tribute' the South West's favourite ale, as a major sponsor and the main supplier to its Club Bars.
St Austell Brewery is a family owned business based in Cornwall and have been brewing since 1851. The Brewery has 170 pubs, hotels and inns across the South West including the Albion in Bristol.
Gloucestershire will be running a fast bowling day at Gerrards Cross Cricket Club and if you think you have what it takes to
bowl fast and become a future professional cricketer why not come along and show us what youâ€™ve got.
This season has already seen 3 former Academy fast bowlers progress and make their First XI debuts for Gloucestershire.
Could you be next?
The Montpellier Wine Bar will be joined by Sri Lankan world number one bowler, Muttiah Muralitharan and players from Gloucestershire County Cricket Club to celebrate the launch of the Cheltenham Cricket Festival, with a corporate lunch at the iconic Cheltenham venue on Monday 13th June.
Gloucestershire have announced the signing of Ireland's World Cup hero Kevin O'Brien for the rest of the English domestic season.
O'Brien, who has played 58 One-Day Internationals for his country, and enjoyed a spell with Nottinghamshire, starred in the 2011 World Cup when he blasted a 50-ball century to guide Ireland to a three-wicket win over England in a group game in Bangalore.
New Zealand batsman Kane Williamson has signed a one-year contract to play for Gloucestershire as their overseas player for the 2011 season.
The 20-year-old is currently at the World Cup with the Black Caps and is set for his first stint in county cricket having impressed in international cricket.
Gloucestershire have sealed the signing of legendary Sri Lankan off-spinner Muttiah Muralitharan on a two-year deal to play Twenty20 cricket.
Muralitharan, who will retire from international cricket following the 2011 World Cup, has taken a record 800 Test wickets and to date 519 One-Day International wickets.
Gloucestershire captain Alex Gidman has signed an extension to his contract with the club which should see him remain a Gladiators player until the end of the 2013 season.
His current deal was due to expire at the end of the year and his signing is a major boost for the club, which has lost William Porterfield, Anthony Ireland, Gemaal Hussain and Steve Kirby during the close season.
Gloucestershire have signed 27-year-old fast bowler David Wade - currently a Lance Corporal with the Royal Signals - on a two-year contract.
Wade will train with Gloucestershire over the winter while still remaining with the Army before joining the club on a full-time basis this summer.
Gloucestershire have signed former Lancashire and MCC Young Cricketer batsman Iain Cockbain on a two-year contract, the club has confirmed.
Cockbain, who played second XI cricket for Lancashire before moving to Lord's in 2008, scored over 1400 runs in all competitions in second XI cricket in 2010 while he has also fulfilled 12th-man duties for England when they played at Lord's this summer.