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(LVCC) surrey v Glamorgan at the oval on 7th Umpires: M J D Bodenham and n G B Cook


, 8th


, 9th


scorers: K R Booth and Mrs H Ross / A K Hignell


Glamorgan travelled to The Oval eager for a victory to clinch promotion into Division One, but on the first morning the focus of the media’s attention was given to the inclusion of Kevin Pietersen in the Surrey side as the out-of-form England man – and the out of contract batsman – was loaned from Hampshire at the behest of the ECB to make what proved to be an inauspicious Championship debut for the South London club. Indeed, Pietersen was one of three men to fall to the canny left-arm spin of Dean Cosker on an opening day, truncated by 24 overs, following heavy morning rain. His brief appearance in mid-afternoon came after Surrey had made a brisk start thanks to a vibrant fifty from 20 year-old Jason Roy, before Cosker put a brake on their progress taking 3/5 in the space of eighteen balls, including Pietersen second ball. Rory Hamilton-Brown duly counter-attacked with a series of forceful blows until being stumped, four runs short of a feisty hundred, as he advanced down the wicket to Cosker. Nevertheless, Glamorgan secured a maximum clutch of bowling points and their next objective was a complete set of batting points. However, their ambitions were thwarted firstly by the loss of 48 overs on a damp second day and then the following morning by a fiery spell from Stuart Meaker as wickets tumbled at regular intervals. Despite a composed half-century from Tom Maynard, it looked at one stage as though Glamorgan might follow-on, but another well-crafted fifty from Jim Allenby allayed these fears as together with Cosker and Huw Waters, the visitor’s whittled away Surrey’s lead to 104 before more rain caused the further loss of 36 overs. A superb spell of 4/5 in 26 balls from James Harris saw Glamorgan roar back into the game as Surrey slumped to 21/5 on the final morning with the youngster bowling an incisive ten overs with the new ball, during which Mark Ramprakash tamely edged to second slip, Hamilton-Brown was comprehensively bowled as his stumps were sent cartwheeling out of the ground and Pietersen was undone with a wicked in-swinger as for the second time in the match the umpire upheld an appeal when the star batsman was rapped on the pads. For a while, it looked as if Surrey might capitulate, but there was greater resistance from the lower order as Chris Schofield and Gary Wilson calmly added 124 in 42 overs to dent Glamorgan’s hopes of securing a dramatic victory. The Welsh county’s mood was not lifted either when the public address announcer gave the news that Worcestershire - in third place - had completed a 111-run victory over Middlesex at Lord’s. Robert Croft eventually ended the sixth wicket partnership as Wilson tamely chipped the ball to short extra cover, before the game quietly meandered to a draw, with Schofield stumped as he advanced down the wicket to Jamie Dalrymple, having made 90 from 172 balls shortly before Surrey declared at 4.20pm. The net result was that Glamorgan only took eight points from the draw, giving them a total of 197 points, nine more than Worcestershire on 188 and with everything to play for in the final week as Derbyshire visited Cardiff whilst Worcestershire met Sussex, the newly crowned champions of Division Two.


surrey


T J Lancefield J J Roy


M R Ramprakash K P Pietersen


C P Schofield G J Batty


C T Tremlett S C Meaker


J W Dernbach


extras total FoW:


Bowling Harris Waters Allenby Cosker Croft


40, 119, 119, 136, 263, 263, 340, 369, 378. o M R W 0


(All Out, 95.5 Overs) (3lb)


27 17


Cosgrove Dalrymple


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 R D B Croft D A Cosker H T Waters


extras total FoW:


Bowling Tremlet


Dernbach Meaker Batty Roy


Schofield c Batty


c Schofield c Batty


not out lbw


c Wilson c Batty


lbw


17.5 1 17 10 4 3


6 2


4 2 1 0


120 3 74 70


48 4 41


12 1 12 0


2 0


First Innings lbw


b Tremlett b Meaker b Meaker b Tremlett b Meaker


b Schofield b Meaker b Meaker b Tremlett


(4b, 11lb, 6nb)


20, 38, 73, 97, 184, 185, 194, 204, 237. o M R W


(All Out, 82 Overs) 10


17 20 24 9 2


4 53 7 46 1 97 2 23 0 12 1 30


Close of Play scores: Day One – Surrey 1st


Day Two – Glamorgan 1st


3 1 5 0 0 1


innings 324-6 (CP Schofield 32*, GJ Batty 29*) 72 overs innings 72-2 (JWM Dalrymple 15*, BJ Wright 10*) 21.1 overs


Day Three – Glamorgan 1st innings 273-9 (J Allenby 65*, HT Waters 16*) 81 overs Result - Surrey won and elected to bat


Result - Match Drawn 4


26 25 17 61 68 0 9 8


21


b Dernbach 16 21


276


c Wallace c Wallace


First Innings c Maynard


lbw


* R J Hamilton-Brown st Wallace +G C Wilson


second Innings


b Harris b Cosker b Cosker b Cosker b Cosker


b Cosgrove b Harris b Allenby b Harris b Allenby


not out


18 69 40 0


380


96 39 63 34 15 1 2 3


c Wright c Cosker


c Maynard lbw c Wright st Wallace


not out not out


(7 Wickets Dec., 75 Overs) 14, 14, 14, 20, 21, 145, 199.


(5b, 9lb, 2w, 2nb)


Bowling Harris Waters Allenby Croft


Cosgrove Dalrymple Rees


Cosker


10 21 9 4 7 1


o M R W 14 9


5 4


3


4 1


36 16 14


0 17 3


4


0 25 1 0


0


54 1 27 0 0


1 0


b Harris b Waters b Harris b Harris b Harris b Croft


b Dalrymple


6 8 0 1 6


45 90 32 0


206 18


and 10th


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