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Look, you made a dick of yourself because you didn't know what cricket was being played.

Stop digging.

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Takes a bit of knowledge of the game to understand the difference between white ball cricket and red ball cricket. Do a google search followed by your customary cut/paste and for once try reading something

You never know, you might actually understand some of it ;)

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Another rain out on a week end (just for Bouch :D ).

Losing a lot of revenue with these 2 rain outs.

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Another rain out on a week end (just for Bouch :D ).

Losing a lot of revenue with these 2 rain outs.


Rain stopped play.

Unique. Never happened before

You got lucky, and ya knows it.

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Good win over Surrey with a bigger crowd that at the test match. Seems they will make the play offs.

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Good win over Surrey with a bigger crowd that at the test match. Seems they will make the play offs.


That's a real possibility with their run rate :-

T20 Blast - South Division.

1. Glamorgan - won 11 and 4 no results - 14

2. Gloucestershire - 10 - 12

3. Hampshire - 11 - 11

4. Sussex Sharks - 10 - 10

5. Somerset - 10 - 10

6. Surrey - 10 - 10


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The NatWest T20 Blast competition pits all 18 first class counties against each other for 2 months of captivating cricket in July and August. The counties are split into two regional leagues - North and South - consisting of 9 teams in each league. Teams will play six opponents in their group twice (home and away) and the remaining two teams once.

The top four teams in each league progress to the Quarter-Finals stage to play for a place in the NatWest T20 Blast Finals Day at the end of each summer.

Each county has the opportunity to name two international players in each of their match day starting line-ups.


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Bouch wrote:
Langland Exile wrote:
Good win over Surrey with a bigger crowd that at the test match. Seems they will make the play offs.


That's a real possibility with their run rate :-

T20 Blast - South Division.

1. Glamorgan - won 11 and 4 no results - 14

2. Gloucestershire - 10 - 12

3. Hampshire - 11 - 11

4. Sussex Sharks - 10 - 10

5. Somerset - 10 - 10

6. Surrey - 10 - 10


Blurb

The NatWest T20 Blast competition pits all 18 first class counties against each other for 2 months of captivating cricket in July and August. The counties are split into two regional leagues - North and South - consisting of 9 teams in each league. Teams will play six opponents in their group twice (home and away) and the remaining two teams once.

The top four teams in each league progress to the Quarter-Finals stage to play for a place in the NatWest T20 Blast Finals Day at the end of each summer.

Each county has the opportunity to name two international players in each of their match day starting line-ups.


Glamorgan has won 5 games -your table is wrong..

Another Friday night game in the middle of summer, drew 21,600. :thumbup: ;)

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I feel very sorry for the club with four home games abandoned in T20 with another against Glos curtailed by the weather and settled via DL.
Glammy have done superbly to win 5/5 on the road and play Hants tonight. A win will be enough for a quarter final place.


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Langland Exile wrote:
Bouch wrote:
Langland Exile wrote:
Good win over Surrey with a bigger crowd that at the test match. Seems they will make the play offs.


That's a real possibility with their run rate :-

T20 Blast - South Division.

1. Glamorgan - won 11 and 4 no results - 14

2. Gloucestershire - 10 - 12

3. Hampshire - 11 - 11

4. Sussex Sharks - 10 - 10

5. Somerset - 10 - 10

6. Surrey - 10 - 10


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The NatWest T20 Blast competition pits all 18 first class counties against each other for 2 months of captivating cricket in July and August. The counties are split into two regional leagues - North and South - consisting of 9 teams in each league. Teams will play six opponents in their group twice (home and away) and the remaining two teams once.

The top four teams in each league progress to the Quarter-Finals stage to play for a place in the NatWest T20 Blast Finals Day at the end of each summer.

Each county has the opportunity to name two international players in each of their match day starting line-ups.


Glamorgan has won 5 games -your table is wrong..

Another Friday night game in the middle of summer, drew 21,600. :thumbup: ;)


Yes, it's not even close, byti.

It should read Won 5, as you say.

Brain fade.

Odd bit of C+P ...

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Failed when most needed tonight....oh well...there's always next year...

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Poor form Langland. I expect better from you. Two winnable games to come. We just need to win one of them. I think we will be ok...providing Ingram regains his form.


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Poor form Langland. I expect better from you. Two winnable games to come. We just need to win one of them. I think we will be ok...providing Ingram regains his form.


They rarely perform well when really needed unless Ingram gets 100. The result against Hampshire was an embarrassment, (losing with 8 overs to spare in 20/20), and has ruined their scoring rate

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After a bright start, Glamorgan get 183-6 against Somerset, with Ingram not getting many. Wicket was a bit uneven so it might be enough.

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Despite a poor bowling display, plus Ingram didn't get many, a good win. DeLange bowls an excellent last over to win with Somerset only needing 8 to win.

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Glamorgan just beat Somerset by 1 run!! listening to it on Radio Wales!


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Superb win and qualified for the quarter finals with a game to spare. Oh ye of little faith master Langland. Has a team ever qualified for the quarter finals without winning a home game? Glammy have yet to win at home but won six away


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