County Cup & Trophy

The Stuart Canvas County Cup and Trophy are a huge hit across the County with games played on a Sunday and often, the cup final is held at Seat Unique Stadium.
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The Gloucestershire County Cup and Trophy are proudly sponsored by Stuart Canvas, leading suppliers of cricket equipment, covers & accessories.

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About the County Cup & Trophy

The competitions were re-launched in 2012 and 2013 to bring 40 over cricket back Sunday afternoons.

30+ teams enter on annually into competitions designed to allow all cricket clubs can participate:

  • County Cup – open to all WEPL clubs and any club who wishes to play in this competition
  • County Trophy – open to all teams in BDCA, GCCL and feeder league playing clubs

Ordinarility, the Cup Final is played at the Seat Unique Stadium, which provides a wonderful setting for such a prestigious game and is a fitting reward for clubs who reach the finale.  Frocester CC have hosted the Trophy Final providing an outstanding surface and one of the finest pavilions in the Country.

County Cup

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County Trophy

Rules 2024

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Here you will find upcoming fixtures, be able to view the latest results and view scorecards.

If your club uses live streaming you may also find match highlights alongside in depth stats and analysis.

Frenchay County Trophy Winning Team Photo

County Cup Honours Board

2023 - Bristol West Indian Phoenix CC

2022 - Bedminster CC

2021 - Golden Hill CC

2020 - Not held - COVID-19

2019 - Bishopston CC

2018 - Bishopston CC

2016 - Downend CC

2015 - Frocester CC

2014 - Frocester CC

2013 - Lechlade CC

2012 - Gloucester CC

County Trophy Honours Board

2023 - Bristol Pakistanis CC

2022 - Frenchay CC

2021 - Langford CC

2020 - Not held - COVID-19

2019 - Charlton Kings CC

2018 - Gloucester A.I.W. Sports CC

2016 - Langford CC

2015 - Charlton Kings CC

2014 - Cheltenham Civil Service CC

2013 - Old Down CC

Scott Tremain / Club Development Manager

Scott, who hails from Devon, graduated from the University of Gloucestershire with a Sports Coaching degree in 2013.  He initially joined the Gloucestershire Cricket Foundation in October 2014 as a Community Coach working in schools predominately in the North of the County before becoming Growth Development Officer in 2017.  At this time, he delivered on a number of ECB priority areas including the U19 T20 Competition and launched the highly successful Women’s Soft Ball Programme here in Gloucestershire.

Now in his exciting role as Club Development Manager, he is responsible for leading the team of club development staff and working closely with cricket clubs across the county to provide direct support with the aim of creating sustainable clubs for the future.  Furthermore, Scott leads youth competitions and the ECB Clubmark Accreditation and sits on a number of GCF Development Groups and Committees.

Scott is a big Plymouth Argyle FC fan and plays his cricket at Dumbleton.

Scott Tremain / Club Development Manager