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(LVCC) Glamorgan v sussex at the sWALeC stadium, Cardiff on 9th, 10th, 11th and 12th April 2010 Umpires: n G C Cowley and J F steele


scorers: A K Hignell and M J Charman


Sussex arrived at the SWALEC Stadium for their first match in Division Two since 2001 at a ground where they had never previously won a Championship match. After Glamorgan opted to bowl first with an attack shorn of the injured David Harrison and Adam Shantry, it was to their credit that they dismissed Sussex for 284. James Harris was the standout bowler with a series of penetrative bursts, whilst Dean Cosker also delivered a nagging spell, but Glamorgan must have rued the fact that Sussex’s last pair of Corey Collymore and Robin Martin-Jenkins added 47. Nevertheless, there was still much optimism in the home camp about amassing a decent first innings lead, but Sussex’s tenth wicket pair then excelled with the ball, with both extracting lavish movement. After Collymore posed problems with the new ball, Martin-Jenkins broke Welsh hearts with an immaculate spell of three wickets for four runs in the space of 23 balls. Monty Panesar – on his Sussex debut – also claimed a brace of wickets as for the first time since 2008, the Welsh county failed to secure a batting point. With a first innings lead of 93, Sussex then set their sights on batting Glamorgan out of the game, but the loss of four wickets on the third morning initially stifled their ambitions, and it was only after a defiant century stand in 27 overs by Murray Goodwin and Michael Thor- nely that Sussex reasserted their dominance. Martin-Jenkins continued to be Glamorgan’s nemesis as he struck a massive six shortly before the declaration and then claimed two wickets in sixteen balls as Glamorgan, set a notional target of 405, nosedived to 34/3 ending any thoughts of a repeat of the result on Sussex’s last visit to Cardiff in 1999 when Glamorgan had won after chasing a stiff target on the final day. Eleven years later, Sussex required just seven wickets on the last day and despite a defiant stand of 113 between Ben Wright and Jim Allenby, Sussex wrapped up a victory in mid-afternoon as off-spinner Chris Nash returned career-best figures of 4/12 to see Sussex to an emphatic and deserved win - their first in the


Welsh capital since they had been victorious at the Arms Park in 1961. sussex


First Innings


* M H Yardy C D Nash J S Gatting


M W Goodwin L J Wright


M A Thornely + A J Hodd


RSC Martin-Jenkins J E Anyon


M S Panesar C D Collymore extras total FoW:


Bowling Harris


Ashling Allenby Croft


Cosker


Dalrymple Glamorgan


G P Rees W D Bragg M J Powell


* J W M Dalrymple B J Wright J Allenby


+M A Wallace J A R Harris R D B Croft D A Cosker C P Ashling extras total FoW:


Bowling Collymore Anyon Wright


Martin-Jenkins Panesar


12 12 15 16


23 15 18 14


c Allenby b Harris lbw lbw


b Harris b Harris b Allenby


c Cosker b Allenby lbw


c Dalrympleb Cosker b Cosker


c Allenby b Cosker not out


(7b, 8lb, 2nb) (All Out, 96.3 Overs)


o M R W 6 2 4


68


20.3 6


4 2


4


61 1 53 2


0 33 0 43 11


First Innings c Yardy c Hodd lbw lbw lbw


not out lbw


c Hodd


3 0


b Anyon b Collymore


9 6


b Martin-Jenkins 48 b Wright


31


c Hodd b Wright lbw


(1b,10lb, 14nb) (All Out, 69.5 Overs)


o M R W 3 42 2


32 13.5 Close of Play scores:


Day One – Sussex 1st innings 284 all out (CD Collymore 19*) 96.3 overs Day Two – Sussex 2nd innings 65/1 (CD Nash 28*, JE Anyon 1*) 24 overs Day Three – Glamorgan 2nd innings 51/3 (MJ Powell 17*, DA Cosker 7*) 26 overs


98 Toss - Glamorgan won and elected to bowl Result - Sussex won by 201 runs


3 52 3 34 5 20


1 1 2 3 3


b Martin-Jenkins 10 b Martin-Jenkins 0 2


b Panesar b Panesar


b Panesar


19 9


11 2


25 191 15, 19, 83,109,109,130,160, 164, 185


43 8


15 30 34


c & b Harris 3 b Ashling


37 65 13 0


19 17


284 27, 73, 74, 135, 144, 153, 215, 237, 237.


second Innings lbw b Croft c Dalrymple


(4) lbw (5)


(6) c Allenby (7) lbw


(8) c Cosker (9) (3)


c Bragg not out


(6b, 10lb, 1w, 2nb) (9 Wickets Declared, 92 Overs) Harris


b Croft b Harris b Ashling b Harris


34 36 21 83 0


b Cosker 46 b Harris not out


b Cosker 11 b Harris


4 6 19 311


60, 81, 85, 126, 126, 232, 254, 265, 296. Bowling Ashling


Cosker Allenby Croft


Dalrymple


second Innings c Hodd lbw lbw


c Yardy (6) c Gatting


(9) c Hodd (10) not out (5) lbw


c Hodd (6b, 4lb, 4nb) (All out, 83.3 Overs)


Collymore Anyon Wright


Martin-Jenkins Panesa


17 12 12 11 22


o M R W 16 2 46 4 9 0 35 1 32 4 90 2 11 2 33


0


20 2 75 2 4 0 16 0


b Martin-Jenkins b Collymore b Collymore


b Martin-Jenkins b Nash


(7) c Thornely b Panesar (8)


b Nash b Nash


b Wright b Nash


15 1


24 4


57 62 0


7 7


12 0


14 203


17, 30, 34, 61, 65, 178, 178, 194, 200 Bowling


32


o M R W 6 25 2 4 37 0 3 41 1


5 46 1


18 33


1 2


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