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(Friendly) Glamorgan v Cardiff MCCU at the sWALeC stadium, Cardiff on 7th April 2010 Umpires: A G Wharf and R J thomas


scorers: A K Hignell and W Anderson


Glamorgan completed their pre-season schedule with a workmanlike victory over a spirited Cardiff MCCU side in a 40 over contest. Glamorgan were indebted to a fine 87 from captain Jamie Dalrymple who helped the Welsh county recover from a feisty opening burst from Mike Reed, the Cardiff University student on a Development Contract with the Club, who removed Mark Wallace and Ben Wright in his first two overs. With support from Tom Maynard and then Nick James, Dalrymple proceeded to lay the foundation of a decent total, adding 88 with James as the Glamorgan captain completed a composed fifty from 88 balls, before expanding his range of strokes with some lusty blows. After a quiet start, James also started to open his shoulders, but on 43 he was stumped advancing down the wicket to the spin of Stuart Ransley. In the next over, Dalrymple also departed as he tried to despatch Reed into the Grandstand for his second six. Dean Cosker then became Reed’s fourth scalp as the next ball trapped the Glamorgan man leg before, and it was left to the two Will’s, Bragg and Owen, to garner some invaluable runs in the closing overs as Glamorgan set the students a target of 221 in 40 overs. Their chase began poorly as they slipped to 15/2, before Matthew Jones – the son of former Glamorgan opener Alan Lewis Jones – and Rory Burns shared a half-century stand before Burns perished, chancing his arm against Dalrymple’s second delivery and miscuing the ball into Huw Waters hands at mid-off. But Jones, who spent a couple of years with the Glamorgan Academy, continued the chase with a range of assertive strokes, until on 45 he was trapped l.b.w. by Cosker. His departure, over a hundred short of the target, ended the students slim hopes of winning the game, but their reply was givien respectability by a jaunty stand of 75 between Ransley and Mike Barber, who with a mix of forthright blows and well placed strokes, helped Cardiff MCCU finish on a quite respectable 189/5 at the end of their quota as Glamorgan completed their pre-season preparations with a 31-run victory.


Glamorgan innings


T L Maynard D O Brown N A James D A Cosker W T Owen C P Ashling H T Waters


*J W M Dalrymple c Barber M A Wallace B J Wright


c Benton c Burns c Burns


st Burns lbw


not out


extras total FoW:


Bowling Friend Reed


Moore Leach


Warner Ransley


b Reed b Reed b Reed b Leach b Leach


87 0 0


b Ransley b Reed b Moore


(6lb, 10w, 4nb) 4, 10, 56, 93, 181, 181, 181, 218.


o M R W 5 8 8 8 3 8


0 0 0 1 0 0


32 38 46 36 20 42


Toss - Glamorgan won and elected to bat


0 4 1 2 0 1


Bowling Brown Waters Ashling Owen


Cosker Dalrymple (8 Wickets, 40 Overs)


43 0


11 1


220 19


Cardiff MCCU innings R Bishop


23 9


J N K Shannon lbw *M A Jones S Benton


lbw


A M J Barber M T Reed S M Moore


T Friend J Leach


T M J Warner


(5 Wickets, 40 Overs) 189 14, 15, 68, 99, 114.


o M R W 6 6 8 4 8 8


0 1 0 0 0 0


27 27 47 18 28 33


1 1 0 0 2 1


Result - Glamorgan won by 31 runs (9lb, 7w, 4nb) 20 +R J Burns lbw


c Waters b Dalrymple 25 b Waters b Cosker


st Bragg b Cosker not out


b Brown


45 15 33


6 1


tom Maynard pulls a short ball from Pedro Collins to the square-leg boundary during Glamorgan’s Championship match against Middlesex at Cardiff.


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