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Middlesex v Glamorgan at Lord’s on 15th, 16th, 17th and 18th April 2010 Umpires: R J Bailey and s A Garratt scorers: D K shelley and A K Hignell


Glamorgan recorded their first victory at Lord’s since 1954, winning shortly after lunch on the final day as Middlesex, chasing a target of 375, fell 79 runs short of their target. The prospect of such a run-chase had seemed unlikely earlier in the contest as the wicket displayed a lively character. Dogged application from Glamorgan’s batsmen helped them blunt and steadily wear down the Middlesex attack on the opening day, before David Harrison claimed his first five-wicket haul for four years as Glamorgan secured a decent first innings lead. With James Harris struggling with a thigh injury, Jamie Dalrymple opted not to enforce the follow-on, but his batsmen were soon finding life difficult once again on the capricious surface, with Mark Cosgrove – fresh from his second ball duck on the opening day – being struck on the helmet by Steve Finn and forced to retire hurt. For the second time in the match, Mark Wallace prospered against the old ball and, as conditions started to ease, Dean Cosker came within a single of posting a workmanlike fifty as Glamorgan’s lower order garnered invaluable runs to leave Middlesex with a much stiffer target than had seemed likely at one stage. Their prospects then took an immediate dent as, with five sessions remaining, it looked as if Glamorgan would wrap up a swift victory with Middlesex losing two wickets in as many overs, before Andrew Strauss and Dawid Malan added 143 in 48.1 overs. As their progress was slowly stifled, Strauss was bowled chancing his arm against a slower delivery from Dalrymple, leaving Glamorgan needing six wickets and Middlesex 188 runs on the final day. After Malan had completed his first Championship hundred since August 2008, Dalrym- ple struck again as he had his former team-mate caught behind to expose the Middlesex tail to the new ball and to end any hopes Middlesex might have held of victory. Armed with the new ball, Huw Waters duly banished the Lord’s hoodoo with a fine spell of 4/11 in 28 balls as Glamorgan wrapped up a deserved win – their first at the historic ground for 56 years and the year when Roger Bannister ran the first four minute mile, and Doris Day was at the top of the pop charts!


Glamorgan G P Rees


M J Cosgrove M J Powell B J Wright


*J W M Dalrymple J Allenby


+M A Wallace J A R Harris D A Cosker D S Harrison H T Waters extras total FoW:


Bowling Murtagh Finn


O’Brien Berg Udal


Middlesex


S A Newman A J Strauss S D Robson D J Malan A B London


+J A Simpson G K Berg *S D Udal


T J Murtagh I E O’Brien S T Finn extras total FoW:


Bowling Harris


Harrison Waters Allenby Cosker


18 10


13.2 3


24 First Innings


c London b O’Brien b Finn


lbw lbw


c Simpson b Murtagh b Berg b Berg


b Malan not out


c Strauss b Murtagh lbw


c Udal


b O’Brien b Berg


c Robson b Finn (13lb, 1w, 6nb)


(All Out, 97.2 Overs)


o M R W 7


22.2 5 20 17 10


2 4 2


57 69 59 59 33


First Innings lbw


lbw lbw lbw


c Cosgrove b Harrison b Allenby b Harrison b Allenby b Harrison b Cosker b Harrison b Allenby


c Cosgrove b Allenby c Wallace b Harrison not out


(12lb) (All Out, 51.2 Overs) 11, 21, 71, 72, 80, 103, 141, 153,160.


o M R W 7


1 2


3 1


21 62


1 28 29 8


0 5 0 4 1


7


44 0


17 6


32 14 15


12 160


2 2 2 3 0


38 0


55 11 24 57 79 7


10 9 5


20 315 0, 84, 105, 131, 147, 258, 274, 291, 300.


second Innings c Malan b Berg c London b Berg


lbw


b Murtagh b O’Brien


c Malan b Berg lbw


b Finn


c Simpson b Berg lbw


c London b Udal c & b Murtagh (3lb)


(All Out, 73 Overs)


Murtagh Finn


O’Brien Berg Udal


second Innings lbw


b Harris b Dalrymple


13 (10) 0 0


c Dalrympleb Harrison c Wallace b Dalrymple c Allenby b Cosker (7) c Dalrympleb Cosker (8) c Wallace b Waters (9) c Cosker b Waters not out


(6) c Cosgrove b Waters c Dalrympleb Waters (8b, 6lb)


(9 Wickets, 95 Overs) Harris


b Murtagh not out


20 17 47 4 0


15 37 2


49 24 1 3


219


57, 72, 73, 101, 107, 117, 153, 153, 207. Bowling


o M R W 19 3 53 3 18 4 45 1 14 2 40 1 18 1 72 4 4 1


6 1 0


69 0


115 13 12 28 23 9


13 0


14 296


0, 1, 144, 184, 208, 236, 240, 285, 290. Bowling Harrison


Allenby Waters Cosker


Close of Play scores: Day One – Glamorgan 1st innings 309/9 (MA Wallace 73*, HT Waters 5*) 96 overs Day Two – Glamorgan 2nd innings 119/6 (MA Wallace 12*, DA Cosker 0*) 40 overs Day Three – Middlesex 2nd innings 187/4 (DJ Malan 94*, IE O’Brien 2*) 61 overs


Toss - Glamorgan won and elected to bat Result - Glamorgan won by 78 runs


21.1 7 39 10 2 37


o M R W 27 10 66 14 2 64 7 0 31


1 1 0 4 2


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