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northamptonshire v Glamorgan at northampton on 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th July 2010 Umpires: n G B Cook and J F steele scorers: A C Kingston and A K Hignell


Glamorgan’s promotion bid took a dent as they briefly returned to four-day action towards the end of the Twenty20 cam- paign. At the outset, they were leading the table by two points, with a game in hand over their nearest rivals, but they only claimed two further points as they subsided to their third defeat of the summer. After losing the toss, they spent 143 overs in the field – more than both of their own innings - as the home batsmen secured maximum batting points on the placid surface with David Sales scoring his first Championship century since April 2008, whilst Stephen Peters and Nicky Boje added 175 in 33 overs. Only five wickets fell on the opening day, before the second day saw fifteen tumble, and all after lunch. The bizarre day began with a fire alarm in the pavilion halting play for ten minutes, before Jamie Dalrymple took four wickets in 45 balls as the home side lost their last five wickets in the space of fourteen overs. Their collapse was the prelude to an afternoon session which saw Glamorgan’s top order play a series of strokes more akin to the crash-bash of Twenty20. Mark Cosgrove departed first ball whilst David Lucas, Jack Brooks and Elton Chigumbura – on his Championship debut – all claimed wickets at regular intervals Jim Allenby was the only batsman to offer any lengthy resistance, adding 55 with last man Will Owen before the latter top-edged a swipe at the final ball of the day. Glamorgan followed-on the next morn- ing with Cosgrove posting a high-class hundred, decorated with a series of booming drives, whilst Tom Maynard struck 64 as he became the dominant partner in their century stand. But Maynard departed after lunch as the complexion changed with Hall taking 4/9 in thirteen balls, including the first Championship hat-trick against Glamorgan since 1980. The last to achieve the feat had been Derbyshire’s David Steele and, by coincidence, his brother John was the presiding umpire as Hall became the first Northamptonshire bowler for 85 years to achieve the feat against the Welsh county. His efforts left the visitors still 44 runs in arrears, and although Mark Wallace and James Harris unleashed some defiant blows, wickets continued to tumble as Northants were left needing just 39 to win. Their openers duly knocked off the runs inside fourteen overs as Northants secured a win to parachute up to fourth place in the table. In contrast, Glamorgan slipped to third as Sussex took over at the top after defeating Gloucestershire.


northamptonshire First Innings S D Peters


c Wallace b Cosker


B H N Howgego c Cosgrove b Harris A G Wakely D J G Sales N Boje


E Chigumbura *A J Hall


+D Murphy


J D Middlebrook D S Lucas J A Brooks extras total FoW:


Bowling Harris


Harrison Owen


Allenby Cosker


Dalrymple Cosgrove


Glamorgan G P Rees


M J Cosgrove T L Maynard B J Wright


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


Bowling Lucas Brooks Hall Boje


Chigumbura 108 not out


c Wallace lbw


c Allenby c Wallace (12lb)


c Dalrymple b Harrison lbw


76 18 16


b Harrison 127 b Harris


98


b Dalrymple 44 84


b Dalrymple 0 b Cosker


11


b Dalrymple 8 b Dalrymple 0 12


(All Out, 142.4 Overs)


27 28 12 21 33


18.4 3


7 4 0 3 3 1 0


c Murphy c Murphy c Murphy


*J W M Dalrymple c Peters J Allenby


not out c Boje lbw


c Murphy (6b, 1lb, 8nb) (All Out, 50 Overs)


13 11 9 9 8


Close of Play scores:


Day One – Northamptonshire 1st innings 355-5 (E Chigumbura 5*, AJ Hall 6*) 96 overs Day Two – Glamorgan 1st innings 207 (J Allenby 59*) 50 overs Toss - Northamptonshire won and elected to bat


Result - Northamptonshire won by ten wickets


3 5 2 1 0


48 32 22 31 67


3 2 0 1 4


75 96 66 54 96 71 24


First Innings lbw


2 2 0 0 2 4 0


b Brooks b Lucas b Brooks b Lucas b Lucas


29 0 6 5 8


59


b Chigumbura 21 b Chigumbura 8 b Chigumbura 0 b Chigumbura 18 b Boje


38 15


207


1,16, 29, 55, 55, 108, 122, 122, 152. o M R W


494


47, 75, 169, 344, 344, 452, 454, 481, 492. o M R W


(0 Wickets, 13.1 Overs)


Bowling Harris


Harrison Cosker


o M R W 4


6.1 3


1 10 2 1


24 6


0 0 0


40


second Innings not out not out


17 23


second Innings c Middlebrook c Murphy c Hal


c Sales


c Murphy c Murphy c Murphy c Murphy not out c Hall


run out (Sales) (5b,3lb,10nb)


(All Out, 77.2 Overs)


58,167,232,232,232,243,275,308,325. Bowling


Lucas Brooks Hall Boje


Chigumbura


3 4


5 54 43 49


0 69 0 45


o M R W 13 12 16 13 7


1


1 4 1


1


b Brooks b Hall b Boje b Hall b Hall b Hall


b Lucas


b Middlebrook b Chigumbura


14


115 64 33 0 0


20 39 7


15 0


18 325


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