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A seLeCtIon oF eVents AnD HAPPenInGs DURInG eACH YeAR oF GLAMoRGAn CCC As A FIRst-CLAss CoUntY


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Glamorgan win their first-ever match in the County Championship


Jack Johns takes a wicket with his first ball for Glamorgan against Somerset at Cardiff Glamorgan defeat the West Indians at Cardiff Arms Park Lancashire dismiss Glamorgan for just 24 at Liverpool


Frank Ryan claims 37 wickets in three successive Championship matches Trevor Arnott claims Glamorgan’s first hat-trick, against Somerset at the Arms Park Johnnie Clay scores 117* against the New Zealanders at Cardiff


Dai Davies becomes the first Glamorgan batsman to hit three centuries in successive innings Glamorgan win after following-on against Sussex at Horsham Don Bradman plays for Australia at Swansea


Glamorgan’s first Championship match at Cowbridge ends in a row over an illegal declaration Maurice Turnbull hits a double-hundred as Nottinghamshire experiment with Bodyline A winter fund-raising campaign saves Glamorgan from going into liquidation


George Lavis and Cyril Smart add a record 263 for the fourth wicket against Worcestershire Emrys Davies becomes the first Glamorgan player to achieve the “Double” Jack Mercer takes all ten wickets in an innings at New Road against Worcestershire Johnnie Clay takes 176 wickets, including 17/212 against Worcestershire at Swansea Maurice Turnbull is appointed an England Test Selector


Wilf Wooller helps Glamorgan defeat the West Indies at Cardiff Arms Park An Emergency sub-committee is formed to run the Club during the Second World War Matches are arranged, but then cancelled, against the London Counties XI The Cardiff Arms Park cricket ground is damaged by wartime bombing Fund-raising matches commence, with Glamorgan staging games at Barry Island Maurice Turnbull is killed whilst serving with the Welsh Guards in Normandy Glamorgan defeat Learie Constantine’s XI in a fund-raising friendly at Barry Island Glamorgan beat Lancashire in their first match as the County Championship resumes Wilf Wooller takes over as Glamorgan captain


Glamorgan win the County Championship for the first-ever time Johnnie Clay plays his final match for Glamorgan at the age of 51


Don Shepherd takes the first of his 2,174 wickets for Glamorgan in first-class cricket Glamorgan dramatically defeat the South Africans after the tourists collapse at Swansea Glamorgan record their first-ever Championship victory over Middlesex at Lord’s 28,000 people watch the first day of Glamorgan’s match against the Australians at Swansea Emrys Davies retires thirty years after his Glamorgan debut


Glamorgan win for the first time in Yorkshire, with a four wicket victory at Harrogate Don Shepherd switches styles and takes 156 wickets in his first year with off-cutters Glamorgan win their Championship match at Trent Bridge after being invited to follow-on 22 year-old Peter Gatehouse takes ten wickets in the Championship match at Lord’s Glamorgan beat the Indians by 51 runs at Cardiff Arms Park


Gilbert Parkhouse completes the feat of scoring a century against every Championship team Peter Walker takes 67 catches in the season for Glamorgan


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Johnnie Clay takes a decisive wicket in Glamorgan’s match against surrey at Cardiff Arms Park in 1948.


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