Women's Soft Ball Indoor LeaguesIn order to maintain the momentum from the summer Soft Ball Festivals, we run a series of Indoor Soft Ball Leagues, which keep clubs and players together and playing cricket during the winter.
In 2024, the five local leagues will run from January to March.
For more information or to get involved, please contact: Laura Charles-Price, Head of Women and Girls
6-a-side, soft ball, pairs cricket format
Download Soft Ball Rules
Matches cost £36 per team
Bristol League (1) Entries
Golden Hill CC
Coalpit Heath CC
Stapleton CC, Bristol
Thornbury CC, Glos
Bristol League (2) Entries
Twyford House CC
Thornbury CC, Glos
Stoke Bishop CC
Chelt / Cots League Entries
Chipping Campden CC
Charlton Kings CC
Great Rissington CC
Gloucester / Forest of Dean League Entries
Hatherley & Reddings CC
Aston Ingham CC
Ruardean Hill CC
Stroud League Entries
Quedgeley & Hardwicke CC
Chipping Sodbury CC
Stinchcombe Stragglers CC
Hawkesbury Upton CC
Fixtures, Results and League Tables
You can track of Indoor League fixtures, season results and league tables on our Play-Cricket site.
Laura Charles-Price / Head of Women & Girls
Laura’s role is to grow, sustain and support the recreational Women and Girls game across Gloucestershire from All Stars and Dynamos Cricket through to Ladies Soft and Hard Ball. She supports clubs in ensuring they are creating a welcoming environment for Women and Girls to play recreationally and oversees all Gloucestershire Cricket Foundation leagues from Girls U9 festivals through to working with community programmes to enhance opportunities available to Women and Girls within the leadership and playing of cricket.
In addition, Laura also leads the Girls County Age Group winter and summer Programmes from U11’s through to U18’s and County Women. No day is the same, making each day extremely exciting and rewarding as the Women and Girls game continues to go from strength to strength.
Becca Halliday / Women & Girls Development Officer
Becca joined the team in January 2024. Becca delivers cricket sessions to children of all ages and abilities in primary schools, secondary schools, cricket clubs and community areas and aims to engage and inspire young people to develop a love for sport through cricket.
Becca has come through the Devon pathway, and now represents the Gloucestershire Women’s team.