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"an evening with GRaham Wagg" – Oct 14th

The evening will see Graham reflect on his playing career with Glamorgan, as well as on his early days with Warwickshire and also Derbyshire. Graham will also look back on the 2015 season which saw the all-rounder enjoy his most successful season ever in first-class cricket, with both bat and ball, besides scoring a career-best 200 at Guildford as Glamorgan …

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"An evening with Graham Wagg" – Oct 14th

The evening will see Graham reflect on his playing career with Glamorgan, as well as on his early days with Warwickshire and also Derbyshire. Graham will also look back on the 2015 season which saw the all-rounder enjoy his most successful season ever in first-class cricket, with both bat and ball, besides scoring a career-best 200 at Guildford as Glamorgan …

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The Stadium

Glamorgan Cricket Club opened the doors of its new home,The SSE SWALEC, on Friday May 9th 2008 for their Friends Provident Trophy match against Gloucestershire. Completed in less than eighteen months and costing a cool £9.5 million, the impressive new The SSE SWALEC now boasts a 16,000 strong capacity sporting arena and state of the art conferencing and banqueting facilities. …

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Glamorgan boys get on their bikes

Dan Cherry, Ian Thomas and Mike Reed will join Mark Wallace plus another 70 riders, including three members of England’s 2005 Ashes-winning squad in taking part in Big Bike Ride 2 which will raise funds for the Professional Cricketers’ Association Benevolent Fund and the Tom Maynard Trust. They will complete the bike ride in five stages with fund raising events …

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"We Need To Recruit Well" – Morris

There was also a great deal of international success on the field with the 1st Investec Ashes Test Match in Cardiff proving to be the most closely contested game of the Series and the NatWest International T20 double-header between England and Australia at the end of August selling out in record time and delivering two enjoyable fixtures as England recorded …

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Bangladesh pip West Indies to Champions Trophy 2017 place

Bangladesh has replaced the West Indies, which finished outside the top eight in ninth position, in the ICC ODI Team Rankings on the 30 September 2015 cut-off date. The eight sides to play in the short and sharp, nation-versus-nation ICC Champions Trophy 2017 are (in rankings order): world champion Australia, title holder India, 1998 winner South Africa, 2000 champion New …

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Rushworth crowned 2015 PCA Player of the Year

Both awards were voted for by their fellow county cricketers for their performances throughout the 2015 summer as the prestigious trophies were handed out in front of past and present players, the England Test squad, officials, sponsors and guests. The event was dominated by bowlers as England Women’s star Anya Shrubsole lifted the Waitrose Women’s Player of the Summer thanks …

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Robin Saxton Appointed To Glamorgan Groundsman Role

Robin, who previously served as Assistant Groundsman at The SSE SWALEC, will manage the team of full-time ground staff. He joined Glamorgan in 2013 prior to the ICC Champions Trophy, following spells with first-class counties Worcestershire CCC and Essex CCC. “Being made Head Groundsman with overall responsibility for the square and outfield here at The SSE SWALEC is a dream …

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Cricket in Cardiff – A History: Talk in the Museum of Welsh Cricket

The evening will see Glamorgan CCC’s Archivist and Museum Curator Andrew Hignell trace the origins of cricket in the Welsh capital during the 19th century, besides exploring the involvement of the local landowners, especially the Marquess of Bute who provided land for the creation of Cardiff Arms Park, where Glamorgan played their first-ever inter-county match in 1889, as well as …

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Centuries by Ingram and Cooke guide Glamorgan to a draw at Bristol

This has been a match, staged on a shirt-front wicket, where several batting milestones and records have been recorded, or as in the case of Glamorgan’s Aneurin Donald in the first innings, oh so nearly achieved. From a Gloucestershire point of view, it’s their 3,000th first-class match, whilst Chris Dent yesterday posted the highest score in the post-war era for …

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