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Glamorgan trail Gloucestershire by 37 runs

Gloucestershire played host to two international sporting contests yesterday with Scotland meeting Japan in the Rugby World Cup at the Kingsholm ground in Gloucester, whilst in Bristol, it was an England-Wales encounter as Gloucestershire met Glamorgan. As far as the oval-ball game was concerned, Scotland produced a comprehensive victory, but things were more evenly balanced by the close of play …

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Dent’s unbeaten 250 sees Gloucestershire to 540/8 at tea at Bristol

Gloucestershire played host to two international sporting contests yesterday with Scotland meeting Japan in the Rugby World Cup at the Kingsholm ground in Gloucester, whilst in Bristol, it was an England-Wales encounter as Gloucestershire met Glamorgan. As far as the oval-ball game was concerned, Scotland produced a comprehensive victory, but things were more evenly balanced by the close of play …

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"We need to do better" – Rudolph

Glamorgan skipper Jacques Rudolph said: “It’s essentially a good pitch and you need to put the ball in the right areas consistently if you are going to restrict scoring and take wickets. Unfortunately, we did not manage to do that enough. “It is a case of fine margins and we need to do better. Tomorrow is another day and we …

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Gloucestershire are 243/3 when bad light ends play early at Bristol

Glamorgan’s batsmen had a productive time yesterday, starting with James Kettleborough posting a career-best 81 which had laid the foundations for the Welsh county’s decent overnight total of 338/4 and an existing tally of three bating bonus points. By the close of play, Aneurin Donald was also nine runs away from posting a maiden first-class hundred which would have seen …

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Glamorgan are dismissed for 433 at Bristol

Glamorgan’s batsmen had a productive time yesterday, starting with James Kettleborough posting a career-best 81 which had laid the foundations for the Welsh county’s decent overnight total of 338/4 and an existing tally of three bating bonus points. By the close of play, Aneurin Donald was also nine runs away from posting a maiden first-class hundred which would have seen …

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Donald and Kettleborough’s Championship bests see Glamorgan to 338/4 at Bristol

Having reached 22/0 from 14 overs at lunch, Jacques Rudolph and James Kettleborough were looking to make further steady progress during the afternoon session. The latter was the first to find the ropes as he nurdled Tom Hampton to third man, before next over Rudolph dis the same to David Payne. But with the total on 38, Rudolph departed l.b.w. …

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Rudolph Returns to lead Glamorgan

Wallace, who deputised as captain whilst Rudolph was on paternity, tore a calf muscle against Northants last week, so will miss the final game of the season, which means his 230-game consecutive Championship appearance record stretching back to 2001 will come to an end. Chris Cooke took the gloves for the Northants game last week as the Welsh county drew …

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Glamorgan draw with Northamptonshire

Thanks to the remnants of tropical storm Henri and a series of deep Atlantic depressions, 206 out of a potential 288 overs have been lost so far in this contest. Had it not been for this significant loss of time, this could have been a closely fought contest as, based on their efforts either side of lunch yesterday, the Glamorgan …

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Glamorgan draw with Northamptonshire

Thanks to the remnants of tropical storm Henri and a series of deep Atlantic depressions, 206 out of a potential 288 overs have been lost so far in this contest. Had it not been for this significant loss of time, this could have been a closely fought contest as, based on their efforts either side of lunch yesterday, the Glamorgan …

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Lloyd leads a fightback before bad light halts play with Glamorgan on 166/6

With 75.1 overs remaining in the day’s quota, Glamorgan resumed at 1pm on 23/1 with Mark Wallace and Colin Ingram having faced five balls together yesterday following the departure of James Kettleborough. Rory Kleinveldt and Olly Stone resumed the bowling duties as a large bank of rain-bearing cumulo-nimbus cloud built up to the west of the ground. At first, the …

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