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Great win today at Swansea needed 80 from 9 overs and got them....Sporting declaration from Durham

Selman 116 not out..

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Back to back wins for Glamorgan, which did not look likely at the end of the first day. Good blend of youth and experience.

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The Cheltenham Festival's started with a bit of a pub game so far.

Glamorgan bowler Timm van der Gugten told BBC Wales Sport :-

"it was an interesting day, I don't think I've been involved in one quite like that before, but wickets seemed to fall consistently and it didn't seem to stop".

"It was one of those wickets where you didn't feel you were ever in, hopefully we can put on a bit of a partnership with Salts (Andrew Salter) and I, and get a bit of a lead., then we've still got some recognised batters in Chris Cooke and Graham Wagg".

"It's actually a nice-looking wicket, it's a strange one where one might nip back or bounce a bit more, or stay a little low, it's got a bit of everything in it."

It's clearly going to cost Gloucester a few points. 25 wickets in the day on a track that has "everything"


Specsavers County Championship Division Two, Cheltenham (day one):

Glamorgan 117 Donald 39; Payne 3-37 & 59-5 Norwell 3-14 (They've faced 49.1 overs so far)

Gloucestershire 141 Noema-Barnett 34; Hogan 3-25, van der Gugten 3-39, de Lange 3-54 (Off 41.2 overs)

Gloucestershire 3 pts, Glamorgan 3 pts

http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/cricket/scorecard/ECKO41331


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2 bad losses in a row after some progress. Swapping out Rudolph for Hogan as captain was not the answer.

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The wicket had settled down when Gloucester batted again and they didn't lose a wicket reaching their target.

137 for nil - looked like the toss was important, eh?

Glamorgan 117 & 158 Salter 31; Norwell 6-38

Gloucestershire 141 & 137-0 Dent 68*, Bancroft 62*


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Bouch wrote:
The Cheltenham Festival's started with a bit of a pub game so far.

Glamorgan bowler Timm van der Gugten told BBC Wales Sport :-

"it was an interesting day, I don't think I've been involved in one quite like that before, but wickets seemed to fall consistently and it didn't seem to stop".

"It was one of those wickets where you didn't feel you were ever in, hopefully we can put on a bit of a partnership with Salts (Andrew Salter) and I, and get a bit of a lead., then we've still got some recognised batters in Chris Cooke and Graham Wagg".

"It's actually a nice-looking wicket, it's a strange one where one might nip back or bounce a bit more, or stay a little low, it's got a bit of everything in it."

It's clearly going to cost Gloucester a few points. 25 wickets in the day on a track that has "everything"


Specsavers County Championship Division Two, Cheltenham (day one):

Glamorgan 117 Donald 39; Payne 3-37 & 59-5 Norwell 3-14 (They've faced 49.1 overs so far)

Gloucestershire 141 Noema-Barnett 34; Hogan 3-25, van der Gugten 3-39, de Lange 3-54 (Off 41.2 overs)

Gloucestershire 3 pts, Glamorgan 3 pts

http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/cricket/scorecard/ECKO41331


if 25 wickets fell in a day at Cardiff there would be large fines and points deducted. ;)

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I'm confused here - I thought the rule was that abnormal wicket losses always resulted in an inspection by the appointed pitch inspector/inspectorss?

Hmmm.

https://www.ecb.co.uk/news/334392


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Ingram continuing his one man band

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Ingram gets run out by his own team mate after getting 114 in 54 balls. :D

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Glamorgan get 6 off the last ball to win, great game..

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Great innings by Colin Ingram, yet again.

This is a really good Glamorgan outfit; silver wear is only just around the corner.


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Must admit I struggle to understand the county set up..virtually no midweek cricket in the middle of summer?
Is the game that unpopular?

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Langland Exile wrote:
Must admit I struggle to understand the county set up..virtually no midweek cricket in the middle of summer?
Is the game that unpopular?


Don't make a dick of yourself, byti. It's unlike you.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/cricket/fixtures


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Bouch wrote:
Langland Exile wrote:
Must admit I struggle to understand the county set up..virtually no midweek cricket in the middle of summer?
Is the game that unpopular?


Don't make a dick of yourself, byti. It's unlike you.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/cricket/fixtures


The point is, and I am sorry if it's too deep for you Bouch, but there is virtually no midweek County Cricket in July and August. Mostly it is the Friday-Sunday T20 slog in July, and the 50 Over slightly less of a slog on weekends in August. The need for and lack of application at the crease was exposed painfully in the last test.

I am in Swansea now was hoping to spend 4 -6 hours watching professional cricket live, but those days are largely gone it seems as modern society demands instant gratification and is unwilling to understand the more complex and subtle side of cricket.

Progress indeed...

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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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