2000 - First XI Relegated from County League 1, Player of the Year - Tom Nichols.
2001 - First XI Relegated From County League 2, Player of the Year - Mark Burberry.
2002 - County League 3 Winners, Matt Tyler 505 runs and 23 wickets (1st XI), 3rd X1 Lowest League Total 29 all out v Minchinhampton, Player of the Year - Matt Tyler/Jon Wells. Will Tyler's U17 side inspired by Liam Rinn and Adrian Savery win the Cup at The County Ground. Rockhampton win the annual Sixes competition.
2003 - County League 2 Winners, 2nd XI County League 1 Winners, Player of the Year - James Hancox.
2004 - County League 1 Winners, Player of the Year - Mike Fletcher.
2005 - 2nd XI Glos/Wilts League 2 Winners, 2nd XI Highest League Total 357-4 v Marlborough , Player of the Year - Jon Wells.
2006 - Simon Hore appointed 1st XI Captain, First XI Second Highest League Total 361-2 v Hinton Charterhouse
James Hancox record 35 wickets in a season (First XI), Player of the Year - Simon Hore.
2007 - Gloucestershire League Champions, GT Sports Sunday Cup Winners, Richard Jones 7-38 v Redmarley (First XI)
Player of the Year - Will Tyler.
2008 - Midweek SDCA Senior Cup Winners, Will Tyler 147 v Glos City Winget (First XI), James Hancox record 37 wickets in a season (First XI). 2nd XI Lowest League Total 31 all out v Wotton Bassett, 3rd XI Highest League Total 292-4 v Wickwar
Player of the Year - James Hancox.
2009 - 3rd XI SDCA Division 1 Winners (Richard Mackinnon - Captain), Covers built for Boundary Field, Boundary Field extended, First Septemberfest Music Festival, Clubmark Status achieved, Player of the Year - Jack Spence.
2010 - Matt Tyler appointed 1st XI Captain, 4th XI Entered into Stroud League (Mike Fletcher - Captain), Jeremy White passes 10,000 runs for First XI, Focus Club Status achieved, Player of the Year - Dave Hill.
2011 - James Hancox appointed 1st XI Captain, RCC v Lashings World XI, 4th XI achieve promotion place finish in Inaugural Season (Ian Williams - Captain), Alex Macdonald scores first female League fifty (4th XI), Player of the Year - Alastair Douds.