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(LVCC) Glamorgan v surrey at the sWALeC stadium, Cardiff on 29th, 30th, 31st May and 1st June 2010 Umpires: M A Gough and D J Millns


scorers: A K Hignell and K R Booth


The weather gods were not smiling on Glamorgan as they sought a fifth successive Championship win for the first time in the Club’s history, with rain topping and tailing an intriguing contest as 88 overs were lost on the first day and all 96 on the last. After being invited to bat first on a lively wicket, Glamorgan’s opening batsmen prospered yet again as Gareth Rees and Mark Cosgrove - after their run spree at Leicester - continued their productive spell, adding 135 before the Australian was dismissed, ending their sequence of 333 runs since they had last been separated. Rees went on to make 82 before becoming one of four wickets to tumble during the afternoon session , prior to Mark Wallace and James Harris adding 107 in 35 overs to restore Glamorgan’s advantage and to see their side to four batting points. When Surrey batted, they were indebted to half-centuries from Steven Davies, their winter acquisition from Worcestershire, and Mark Ramprakash, the elder statesman of county cricket, who played some bravura strokes as the 40 year-old passed the landmark of 34,000 first-class runs. He seemed on course for the 112th century of his career when his innings was abruptly ended by a player at the opposite end of the age spectrum, as 20 year-old Harris produced a vicious lifter which brushed the veteran’s glove, before next ball trapping Rory Hamilton-Brown leg before. Harris had earlier ended Davies breezy knock as the opener was also caught behind wafting outside off stump, before five balls later he bowled Younis Khan on his Surrey debut as the former Pakistan captain shouldered arms. Surrey’s last pair saw their side past 300 before Hamilton-Brown enterprisingly declared to set up the prospect of an intriguing final day. But any thoughts of collusion between the two captains, and a run chase were literally washed out as rain prevented any play. Glamorgan though were not the only county to suffer a total washout, as all the other games in the domestic calendar were also decimated by the weather, leaving Glamorgan over a dozen points ahead of Gloucestershire at the top of the table at the end of the first half of the Championship season.


Glamorgan G P Rees


M J Cosgrove


*J W M Dalrymple B J Wright


T L Maynard J Allenby


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


Bowling Tremlett Linley


Dernbach Meaker Batty


Hamilton-Brown surrey


+S M Davies A Harinath


c Batty


c Davies c Davies c Davies c Davies not out c Linley


First Innings c Davies


b Tremlett b Meaker b Meaker


86 82 11


b Dernbach 23 b Dernbach b Meaker


3 15


b Tremlett b Tremlett


(5b, 21lb, 10nb) (All Out, 109 Overs)


24 22 24 23 13 3


7 2 2 0


8 55 71 78 83 51 8


3 0 4 3 0 0


372


135, 153, 204, 218, 242, 247, 354, 363, 364. o M R W 2


(0 Wickets, 3 Overs)


Bowling Dernbach Tremlett


o M R W 2 0 5 1


0 2


0 0


b Dernbach 58 b Dernbach 49 6 1 2


36 7


second Innings not out not out


2 5


First Innings c Wallace lbw


M R Ramprakash c Wallace Younis Khan U Afzaal


* R J Hamilton-Brown lbw G J Batty


S C Meaker C T Tremlett J W Dernbach T E Linley extras total FoW:


Bowling Harris


Harrison Waters Allenby Cosker


Dalrymple lbw


not out not out


(4b, 12lb)


b Harris


c Dalrymple b Allenby b Harris b Cosker b Cosker


b Waters


b Dalrymple 31 b Harris b Harris


0 0 4 2


83 73 49 32 7 6


16 (9 Wickets Dec., 84 Overs) 303


83, 157, 157, 222, 222, 280, 282, 287, 290. o M R W


20 17 16 15 15 1


Close of Play scores: 106


Day One – Glamorgan 1st innings 19-0 (GP Rees 9*, MJ Cosgrove 5*) 8 overs Day Two – Glamorgan 1st innings 363-8 (DA Cosker 4*) 103.2 overs Day Three – Glamorgan 2nd innings 7-0 (GP Rees 2*, MJ Cosgrove 5*) 3 overs Toss - Surrey won and elected to field


Result – Match Drawn


2 1 4 2 4 0


82 73 43 44 40 5


4 0 1 1 2 1


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