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(Friendly) Glamorgan v Cardiff MCCU at the sWALeC stadium, Cardiff on 5th, 6th and 7th May 2010 Umpires: t e Jesty and M A eggleston


scorers: A K Hignell and W Anderson


With the country going to the polls, Glamorgan turned to the man who had led the Club to the Championship title during the 1997 General Election as Matthew Maynard made a return to county action in a three-day friendly which was not deemed a first-class match against the students from the universities of Cardiff, Glamorgan and UWIC. With Mark Wallace rested, Will Bragg injured and other wicket-keepers unavailable, it was the Club’s Director of Cricket who donned the gauntlets in his first match for Glamorgan since April 2005, and all under the captaincy of his son Tom who, at 21 years and 42 days, be- came the youngest man to lead the county in a competitive match. It was Maynard Jnr. who initially grabbed the headlines, blasting an imperious 112 against the students with a wide range of forcing blows whilst sharing an opening stand of 190 with Nick James. After a mid-afternoon wobble, when five wickets tumbled in fourteen overs, Maynard Snr. made a cameo 46 from 32 balls reviving memories of his illustrious batting career and unfurling some sweetly-timed blows, including a massive straight six against an attack none of whom were born when he had made his Glamorgan debut in 1985. After the loss of the second morning’s play to rain, the students were dismissed in the space of two sessions with the only contri- bution of note coming from Rory Burns, who struck a half-century on an overcast day when grey had been the dominant colour whilst reds, blues and yellows were poised to divide up the country’s political map. With a first innings lead of 194, Ben Wright then anchored the county’s second innings with a composed century, and after everyone apart from Maynard Snr. had batted, Maynard Jnr. declared half an hour after lunch leaving the students a notional target of 380. Once again, the only resistance came from Burns, who departed during a lively spell by Alex Jones with Glamorgan initially deploying Wallace behind the stumps before sixteen year-old Tom Baker deputised with the gloves. With the students missing two of their leading batsmen and another injured during the game, it was only a matter of time before Glamorgan wrapped up a victory, and the end duly came six overs into the final hour as Chris Ashling, after juggling the ball half a dozen times, held onto a lofted drive at mid-off to seal a rather facile win.


Glamorgan * T L Maynard N A James B J Wright M J Powell D O Brown R D B Croft


+M P Maynard W T Owen A J Jones


C P Ashling H T Waters extras total FoW:


Bowling Reed Kelly


Mooren Ransley Leach


Warner Bendon


Cardiff MCCU +R J Burns A M J Barber J N K Shannon * D S Bendon S M Ransley J Leach


S M Moore M T Reed


S K W Kelly T M J Warner S Benton extras total FoW:


Bowling Waters Owen Croft


Ashling Jones Brown


102


First Innings c Barber c Leach b Reed not out c Burns


c & b Leach c Ransley lbw lbw lbw


c Barber (6lb, 1w)


o second Innings


b Warner b Warner


b Warner b Bendon


b Leach b Leach


b Ransley b Leach


(All Out, 87 Overs)


14 8 8


11 23 5 9


7 30 3 20 0 49 1


0 101 1


0 43


First Innings run out lbw lbw


38 5


1 0 0 1 4 3 1


(Jones)


b Waters b Ashling


c M P Maynard b Jones not out


c M P Maynard b Brown c Wallace c Brown b Owen


b Owen b Croft


c M P Maynard b Owen c James


b Croft (1b, 6lb, 5w, 2nb) (All Out, 76.1 Overs)


12 18


21.1 12 7 6


3 7 9 4 2 0


33 35 20 17 18 25


1 3 2 1 1 1


51 9


32 7


29 17 1 0 1 2 5


14 168


9, 94, 104, 104, 141, 145, 146, 147, 151 o M R W


112 80 8


56 11


8 46


30 3 1 0 7


362


190, 205, 205, 221, 230, 299, 342, 348, 361 M R W


(5) lbw (6) c Burns


(1) c Ransley c Shannon


(2) lbw


(10) not out (3) lbw


c Leach


(7) c Burns (8) b Moore (2b, 4lb,)


Bowling Reed


Warner Kelly


Moore Leach


Bendon


second Innings lbw lbw


c Sub(Wallace) c Jones


lbw


c Owen lbw


not out c Ashling


Absent Hurt (4b, 2lb, 6nb)


( All Out, 46 Overs)


0, 31, 65, 80, 85, 113, 120, 142, 164 Bowling


Waters Owen


Ashling Croft


Jones Brown


Close of Play scores: Day One – Cardiff MCCU 1st innings 43-1 (RJ Burns 18*, JMK Shannon 12*) 18 overs Day Two – Glamorgan 2nd innings 31-1 (BJ Wright 24*, WT Owen 5*) 4.5 overs Toss - Glamorgan won and elected to bat


o M R W 7 4 17 6 1 34 3 0 12 16 5 25 7 1


8 17 1 21


1 1 0 2 0 2


b Warner b Moore b Moore b Warner b Reed


b Warner b Bendon b Leach


(9 Wickets Declared, 45.4 Overs) 5, 42, 42, 78, 114, 123, 164, 177, 185


10 6


12 12


0.4


b Jones b Owen


b Waters b Croft b Jones b Croft b Croft


b Brown b Brown


0 24 0 41 0 25 0 48 0 38 0


17 26


108 0 0 6


10 3 0 9


6 185


o M R W 5


1 3 0 3 1


3 1


42 0


15 16 8


11 25


5


22 8 0


12 164


Result - Glamorgan won by 215 runs


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