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Gloucestershire turn heavy losses into small profit

Gloucestershire have announced a small profit of £2,000 for the year ended September 30, 2011, representing a remarkable turnaround on the previous two years in which the club lost a combined total of £400.000 before tax. Both income and expenditure came … Continue reading

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Hussain heads trio asked to fill Willoughby’s boots

Somerset are likely to ask one of their inexperienced bowlers to fill the considerable gap created by Charl Willoughby leaving the club. Lewis Gregory and Adam Dibble will be leading contenders, having shown immense promise last season, while Gemaal Hussain … Continue reading

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Ambitious Waller flies out for South African winter stint

Somerset leg-spinner Max Waller flew out last night for a five-month winter stint with South African club Rondebosch. The 23-year-old hopes the spell in Cape Town will bring about the improvement in his game needed to get him into Somerset’s … Continue reading

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Senior bowler needed to replace Lewis, urges Gidman

Alex Gidman is hopeful that Gloucestershire will sign a senior bowler to replace Jon Lewis this winter. The skipper is already looking forward to next summer, the first without front-line bowler Lewis, who has signed a two-year contract with Surrey. … Continue reading

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Van der Merwe agrees Somerset overseas player terms

Somerset will seek a temporary overseas signing for the start of next season after recruting Roelof van der Merwe for the role from the start of June. The South African will replace Murali Kartik as overseas player for the majority … Continue reading

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Somerset seek new overseas star after Kartik exit

Murali Kartik has called time on his two-year stint with Somerset following their exit at the semi-final stage of the Champions League. And that leaves the county looking for a new overseas signing for next season as they bid for … Continue reading

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Injury forces Meschede to quit Champions League

Craig Meschede has been forced to quit Somerset’s Champions League squad because of injury. The young all-rounder is returning home due to a continuing problem with shin splints. It was considered by medical staff in India that the time for … Continue reading

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Thomas: Somerset can continue to defy odds in India

Alfonso Thomas believes surprise packets Somerset can prove strong contenders to win the Champions League after overcoming the odds to win their first three games. Despite being without Marcus Trescothick, Kieron Pollard, Craig Kieswetter and Jos Buttler from their domestic … Continue reading

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Soul-searching next for Somerset flops: Brian Rose

Brian Rose says there needs to be some “soul-searching” at Somerset as the club look to the future following their latest flop in a major final. The club’s director of cricket was incensed that the top order batsmen had failed … Continue reading

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Gidman says benefit year is “humbling experience”

Gloucestershire captain Alex Gidman has been awarded a benefit year by the club in 2012. A product of Painswick CC, Wycliffe College in Stonehouse and Hatherley and Reddings CC, Gidman made his Gloucestershire debut in 2002 and has been skipper … Continue reading

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