Gloucestershire's iconic Cheltenham Cricket Festival is ready to launch for 2016, and this year not only will fans get to watch their team in first-class, one-day and T20 action, but also welcome international cricket to the Cheltenham College ground.
There were Royal London One-Day Cup wins for Gloucestershire, Kent, Middlesex, Surrey and Yorkshire as teams managed to complete their matches despite the bad weather hitting most of England and Wales.
At the end of week seven, Lancashire moved to the top of Division One while Essex have managed to hold on to their lead at the top of Division Two. With the next week's fixtures all set to get underway, let's have a look at the key statistics.
At the end of the fourth week of the County Championship, Nottinghamshire have claimed the pole position in Division One while Essex maintain their lead at the top of Division Two. With week five upon us, let us take a look into a few of the key statistics.
At the end of the first week of the County Championship, Nottinghamshire and Essex topped Division One and Division Two respectively after being the only two teams to claim a win in the first round. With the second week all set to get underway, do check out the key statistics.
Ahead of the Royal London One-Day Cup semi-finals on Sunday and Monday, we take a look at some of the key statistics that may have an impact when the four remaining sides battle for a place in the final.
Gloucestershire Cricket has appointed former Australia international allrounder Ian Harvey as assistant head coach. The 43-year-old won six one-day trophies at the club between 1999 and 2003 and he says is looking forward to trying to bring the glory days back to the Bristol County Ground.
Gloucestershire Cricket will have both centurions from this year’s Big Bash League (BBL) in their ranks this season after signing hard-hitting batsman Peter Handscomb as their second overseas player for 2015.