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Wagg Pushing For Result After Day Two Heroics

Graham Wagg was determined for Glamorgan to push Kent all the way for victory after hittng 83 to steer the Welsh county into a healthy position after Day Two.

Although around 24 hours have been lost due to weather, Wagg and Craig Meschede (78) guided Glamorgan to 351 all out and the ex-Derbyshire allrounder said the home side could make use of a pitch that is offering assistance to both bat and ball.

Wagg and Meschede added 160 in 33 overs to move Glamorgan from 137/6 into the clear.

Wagg said: “We were under pressure with six down but they went off their strategy of line and length, and it did give us a few scoring options- – we had to put the bad ball away, and Meschy (Meschede) played  really well.”

Wagg eventually fell, caught by James Tredwell at second slip 17 runs short of a century.

He added: “Disappointed not to get three figures, it was quite a loose shot, but at the start of the day we would have bitten their hand off to be in thisposition.

“There’s plenty in that wicket, plenty of seam movement, and I think if we bowl as partnerships, there’s ten wickets to be taken out there.”

Glamorgan’s four-day encounter against Kent resumes this morning, with the final day tomorrow (Wednesday).

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