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Glamorgan v Northamptonshire: Richard Levi century gives visitors edge in Cardiff

Northamptonshire batsman Richard Levi scored his 101 off just 97 balls Specsavers County Championship Division Two, The SSE Swalec (day two): Glamorgan 207 & 63-1: Salter 59; Gleeson 5-60 Northamptonshire 310: Levi 101, Newton 67; Hogan 4-58, De Lange 3-85 Glamorgan trail by 40 runs with 9 wickets remaining Glamorgan 4 pts, Northants 6 pts Scorecard Glamorgan trail Northamptonshire by just 40 runs after ending day two of their County Championship Division Two match on 63-1 in their second innings. The visitors’ first innings 310 gave them a lead of…

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T20 Blast: Glamorgan have ‘firepower’ to win trophy, says Meschede

Glamorgan make light work of Leicestershire Craig Meschede says Glamorgan have the “firepower” to succeed on their first T20 Finals Day for 13 years. He took 3-17 in his four overs to set up Glamorgan’s nine-wicket hammering of Leicestershire in the T20 Blast. “The guys are really keen to take a step further, it’s a big thing for the club and we’re really determined,” all-rounder Meschede said. Glamorgan are the second team to reach Finals Day, to be played at Edgbaston on 2 September, after Hampshire. “I think we’ve got…

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David Miller: Glamorgan hope for Miller T20 quarter-finals return

Davd Miller scored 117 runs in four innings for Glamorgan in the T20 Blast South group with an average of 58 Glamorgan chief executive Hugh Morris hopes they will have South African batsman David Miller available for their T20 Blast quarter-final match. Miller may be playing for South Africa A when the T20 knockouts start. Glamorgan guaranteed a place in the knockout stages with a one-run win against Somerset on Sunday. The Welsh county will aim to book a home quarter-final with victory over Middlesex on Friday in the final…

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T20 Blast: Hampshire beat Glamorgan, Middlesex beat Sussex in South Group

Vince’s sparkling 60 helps Hampshire beat Glamorgan NatWest T20 Blast Dates: 7 July – 2 September Coverage: Ball-by-ball local radio commentary on every match online, tablets, mobiles and BBC Sport app. In-play highlights and live text commentary of selected games on the BBC Sport website. Selected commentaries on BBC Radio 5 live sports extra. Hampshire spun their way to an eight-wicket victory over T20 Blast South Group leaders Glamorgan at Southampton. Leg-spinner Mason Crane, called into the England Test squad earlier in the day, took 3-21 as the hosts restricted…

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Gloucestershire v Glamorgan: 25 wickets fall on day one at Cheltenham

Liam Norwell made his first class debut for Gloucestershire in 2011 Specsavers County Championship Division Two, Cheltenham (day one): Glamorgan 117 Donald 39; Payne 3-37 & 59-5 Norwell 3-14 Gloucestershire 141 Noema-Barnett 34; Hogan 3-25, van der Gugten 3-39, de Lange 3-54 Gloucestershire 3 pts, Glamorgan 3 pts Scorecard Glamorgan finished an extraordinary day one on 59-5 in their second innings, 35 runs ahead of Gloucestershire, after 25 wickets crashed at Cheltenham. They collapsed for a second time against Liam Norwell (3-14) having ended the first innings 24 runs behind….

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Durham v Glamorgan: Graham Clark’s maiden ton puts north-east county on top

Graham Clark’s previous best score in a first-class match was 83 Specsavers County Championship Division Two, Emirates Riverside (day two): Glamorgan 295: Selman 103; Rushworth 5-52, McCarthy 3-55 Durham 281-4 (74 overs): Clark 109, Collingwood 71*; de Lange 3-65 Durham trail by 14 runs Durham 4 pts, Glamorgan 3 pts Scorecard Graham Clark’s career-best 109 put Durham just 14 behind Glamorgan as they reached stumps on 281-4 on day two. Clark batted aggressively with captain Paul Collingwood (71 not out) in a partnership of 185, Durham’s best in the Championship…

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Champions Trophy: Glamorgan chief Hugh Morris defends empty Cardiff seats

Cardiff was not sold out for the ICC Champions Trophy thriller between Sri Lanka and Pakistan Glamorgan chief executive Hugh Morris has defended Cardiff as a venue for the ICC Champions Trophy. The ground holds just over 14,000 fans but only 10,800 tickets were sold for Monday’s game that saw Pakistan beat Sri Lanka to book a semi-final spot. Ex-England captain Michael Vaughan said on BBC Radio 5 live: “Why is it really only in Cardiff that we’ve had big open spaces [of empty seating]?” But Morris said they have…

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