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(CB40) sussex sharks v Glamorgan Dragons at Hove on 25th August 2010 Umpires: n G C Cowley and P Willey (tV umpire – B Dudleston)


scorers: M J Charman and A K Hignell


Heavy rain over the Brighton area washed out Glamorgan’s floodlit Clydesdale Bank40 match at Hove. The precipitation started around lunchtime and intensified during the afternoon, resulting in the abandonment of the contest shortly after the scheduled start time of 4.40pm.


Result – Match abandoned (No teams declared or toss made)


(CB40) somerset v Glamorgan Dragons at taunton on 4th september 2010 Umpires: n G C Cowley and s J o'shaughnessy


scorers: G e stickley and A K Hignell


The Glamorgan Dragons ended their one-day campaign with a record-breaking and humbling defeat against Somerset at Taunton on an afternoon that many of the Dragons side will want to forget. With several players rested ahead of the last two Championship matches, it was a young and relatively inexperienced side that took to the field and suffered a thrashing from the side who topped the group and looked several classes ahead of the lacklustre Welsh side. The bowlers, apart from Dean Cosker and, for half of his quota, Will Owen were put to the sword initially by Peter Trego, who struck a career-best 147 and then by Jos Butler who hit an awesome 90 off just 33 balls, adding 117 in the last eight overs as the visiting bowling disintegrated with Somerset posting their highest total in one-day cricket against a county side. After Marcus Trescothick departed to Owen’s first ball, Trego took centrestage as he posted his maiden one-day century and feasted on some wayward seam bowling as the visitors struggled to bowl the right length on the Taunton wicket. Trego began with three suc- cessive fours off David Harrison – the senior member of the seam attack who became the first bowler in the competition’s history to concede 100 runs – before hoisting debutant Alex Jones for six and drilling Jim Allenby through the covers for four as he raced to a 27-ball fifty. Thoughts that Trego might soon hole out were dispelled as he twice deposited Allenby over the square-leg boundary for six, before unfurling some powerful drives through mid-off and mid-on to reach his first one- day hundred from 69 balls. Somerset then took a batting powerplay with Trego again striking Harrison for three successive fours through the offside followed by a lofted on-drive for six before swatting Owen into Ben Wright’s hands at backward point having struck 19 fours and 5 sixes. His departure was followed by a whirlwind innings from Buttler who struck Jones over long-off for six, before reverse-pulls against Tom Maynard’s occasional off-spin and successive sixes over long-off and long-on as the young tyro went into overdrive reaching fifty from just 18 balls. He enjoyed a moment of fortune when he was caught off a no-ball from Harrison, before hoisting the same bowler over mid-wicket for six. He then added another brace of sixes in the penultimate over from Harrison as he ended unbeaten on 90 having struck 8 fours and 7 sixes. The Dragons began poorly, losing Gareth Rees to the third ball of the innings and by the tenth over, four colleagues had been dismissed as the run chase turned into a procession back to the pavilion. Ben Wright showed some fight until being bowled by a slower ball from Zander de Bruyn, whilst spinner Murali Kartik swiftly worked his way through some flimsy resistance as Glamorgan were dismissed in the 24th over, losing by 249 runs – their heaviest defeat in one-day cricket by the margin of runs, eclipsing their 220-run mauling at the hands of Somerset at Neath in 1990, and the heaviest-ever by any side in the competition, surpassing Lancashire’s 241 run victory over Gloucestershire in 1990.


N R D Compton Z De Bruyn J C Hildreth +J C Buttler A V Suppiah B J Phillips A C Thomas M Kartik


Extras Total


FOW:


Bowling Harrison Jones Owen


Allenby Cosker


Maynard


8 8 8 5 8 2


M L Turner


somerset innings *M E Trescothick P D Trego


c Wallace c Maynard not out not out


c Rees c Wright


b Owen b Owen b Owen b Cosker


147 6


22


33 58 90


Glamorgan Dragons innings G P Rees J Allenby


(4 Wickets, 40 Overs) 48, 62, 123, 251.


o M R W 0 100 0 0 0 0 0


74 69 43 30 32


Toss - Somerset won and elected to bat


0 0 3 0 1 0


(5lb, 5w, 2nb) 368 12


D S Harrison D A Cosker


Bowling Thomas Phillips Turner Kartik


*+M A Wallace W T Owen A J Jones


W D Bragg D O Brown T L Maynard B J Wright


c Hildreth c Trego


c Trescothick b Phillips st Buttler


c Hildreth c Trego


(All Out, 23.3 Overs) De Bruyn


5.3 4


3 6 5


(1b, 4lb, 1w, 6nb)


0, 14, 28, 41, 53, 59, 71, 95, 117. o M R W


0 9 1 0 31 4 0 17 0 0 23 3 0 34 2


Result - Somerset won by 249 runs not out c Suppiah


b Thomas b Phillips b Phillips b Phillips


b De Bruyn b Kartik


11 16 1


b De Bruyn 36 b Kartik b Kartik


18 2


12 1


5 5


119 11 0


135


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