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Glamorgan pegged back by Gloucestershire in County Championship

GLAMORGAN were pegged back on day two of their LV County Championship division two clash with Gloucestershire in Bristol as the home side rallied.

Chasing a first innings total of 448, the hosts immediately set about their task led by skipper Michael Klinger and ended on 179-1.

  1. Glamorgan pegged back by Gloucestershire in County Championship

    Murray Goodwin

Klinger struck an unbeaten 80, while Dan Housego finished 46 not out.

Their only wicket to fall was that of Gareth Roderick, who was dismissed with Gloucestershire on 79. He was trapped lbw by Michael Hogan.

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Glamorgan will resume 269 runs ahead with nine Gloucestershire wickets remaining.

The visitors reached their encouraging total after putting on another 130 runs yesterday morning.

Murray Goodwin resumed at the crease and went on to make 108, alongside Mark Wallace (94).

John Glover and Dean Cosker both went for ducks, while Michael Hogan made 51 and Michael Reed was one not out.

They also enjoyed an excellent first day with the bat, recovering well from an early stumble as Jim Allenby hit his second century of the season

The visitors initially slipped to 85-4, with David Payne (2-58) and 18-year-old Craig Miles (2-60) doing the damage.

But Allenby made 105, passing 5,000 first-class runs in the process, and shared a fifth-wicket stand of 185 with Murray Goodwin.

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