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(LVCC) Glamorgan v northants at the sWALeC stadium, Cardiff on 10th, 11th, 12th and 13th May 2010 Umpires: n L Bainton and J W Lloyds


scorers: A K Hignell and A C Kingston


Glamorgan rose to second place in Division Two with a comprehensive innings victory over Northamptonshire – their first over the East Midlands side at Cardiff since 2000, and the first back-to-back wins since 2004. The home side opted to bowl first on a green-tinged wicket but after some wayward new ball bowling, Northants struggled against the accuracy of Huw Waters, plus the swing of Jim Allenby with the last five wickets tumbling for 40 runs. Mark Cosgrove and Gareth Rees then added 147 for the first wicket to establish a psychological advantage as the visiting bowlers lost their radar and gifted a torrent of runs. The Australian unfurled some rasping drives, one of which felled Jack Brooks in his follow-through, forcing the young seamer temporarily off the field for medical treatment. After Cosgrove’s departure, Jamie Dalrymple played a fine captain’s innings, and despite a scratchy start, he expanded his range of strokes to guide his side into a decisive lead. With the support of Allenby, Dalrymple duly reached his first century of the season before falling to the final ball of the day. The following morning, Allenby posted his fifth Championship fifty of the summer, before useful runs from Mark Wallace and David Harrison saw the home side secure a healthy first innings lead of 197. After the loss of an hour and a half’s play, the home seamers were soon making inroads into the visitor’s supine batting with James Harris delivering an outstanding spell at the Cathedral Road End as Northants lost a quartet of wickets by the close of a truncated day’s play. This left the Glamorgan bowlers needing just six wickets on the final day to emulate the achievements the previous night of Cardiff City’s footballers in recording an important victory over an East Midlands side in their own promotion bid. As it turned out, it only took the Glamorgan bowlers 22.4 overs to finish the job and enter the promotion zone as they clinically disposed of some brittle batting in the morning session. After Harrison bowled David Sales with a beauty, Harris struck again trapping the dangerous Andrew Hall leg before. Allenby then took three wickets for just one run in the space of six balls as his ac- curate swing bowling once again met with little resistance, before Harris returned to apply the coup de grace as Brooks was caught behind with the teenager completing his first five-wicket haul in Wales as Glamorgan recorded their first innings


S D Peters M B Loye R A White * N Boje


victory against Northamptonshire since 1978 with the match ending shortly before lunch. northamptonshire First Innings +N J O’Brien D J G Sales A J Hall


c Rees c Rees lbw


b Cosker b Waters b Waters


c Cosgrove b Allenby c Allenby c Allenby


b Harris


J D Middlebrook D S Lucas L M Daggett J A Brooks extras total FoW:


Bowling Harris


Harrison Waters Allenby Cosker


Dalrymple Cosgrove


Glamorgan G P Rees


M J Cosgrove


c Cosgrove b Harris b Harris b Waters not out


(3lb, 2w) (All Out, 94.1 Overs)


20.1 19 25


4 3


20 10 3 1 6


8 2


0 1


* J W M Dalrymple c Hall B J Wright M J Powell J Allenby


lbw


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


c Sales lbw lbw lbw


not out


(4b, 17lb, 5w, 4nb) (All Out, 125.1 Overs)


Close of Play scores:


Day One – Northamptonshire 1st innings 253 (JA Brooks 0*) 94.1 overs Day Two – Glamorgan 1st innings 348-5 (J Allenby 39*) 96.2 overs Day Three – Northamptonshire 2nd innings 126-4 (DJG Sales 18*, DS Lucas 4*) 44 overs


Toss - Glamorgan won and elected to field Result - Glamorgan won by an innings and 4 runs 103


c Sales c Hall


77 74 55 29 1 1


13


First Innings c O’Brien


3 0 3 2 1 0 1


b Hall


b Daggett b Boje


b Daggett b Hall


b Brooks b Hall b Hall


b Lucas b Lucas


64 85


105 25 10 72 27 2 3


27 0


30 450 147, 174, 231, 269, 348, 402, 418, 420, 445


Bowling Brooks Lucas


Daggett Hall


Middlebrook Boje


o


24.1 22.1 28.5 24 8


18


M R W 5 86 1 3 7


72 2 80 2


2 93 4 1 36 0 1 62 1


72 49 0


25 5


b Cosgrove 56 b Allenby


11 10 13 7 0 5


253


66, 66, 113, 124, 173, 213, 223, 239, 253 o M R W


second Innings c Harrison c Wallace c Wright


lbw


(7) lbw (8) lbw


(9) not out (6) lbw


c Dalrymple c Wallace (8lb)


b Cosker b Harris b Harris


b Harrison b Harris b Harris b Allenby


b Allenby b Allenby b Harris


(All Out, 66.5 Overs)


43, 90, 91, 117, 147, 158, 170, 171, 171. Bowling Harrison Allenby


Harris Waters Cosker


22.5 12 19 10 3


3


o M R W 3 62 2 54


5 1


7 54 0 5 12 3 2


1


48 33 9


27 14 1 6 8


32 0 7 8


193


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