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Sussex’s total of 239/5 at Hove was the highest-ever against Glamorgan in Twenty20 cricket, sur passing the previous highest of 223/9 by Worcestershire at New Road in 2005. Matt Prior’s score for Sussex of 117 was also a competition-best against Glamorgan beating Ben Smith’s 105 for Worcestershire at New Road in 2005. Prior’s tally of 20 boundaries was also the most in the competi- tion against the Welsh county, with Smith having struck 17.


James Harris’ analysis of 4-0-61-0 at Hove was also the most expansive for Glamorgan in the com petition. The previous most expensive had been recorded by Alex Wharf who in 2008 at Northampton conceded 58 runs in his four overs.


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Glamorgan’s total of 192/3 against Essex at Chelmsford was their second highest total batting second and winning in the competition, eclipsed only by their total of 194/2 against Somerset at Taunton in 2004.


Two bowlers broke the record for the most economical bowling figures against Glamorgan in Twenty 20 cricket previously held by Ray Price who returned an analysis of 4-0-13-2 for Worcestershire at Sophia Gardens in 2006. However, Danish Kaneria had figures of 4-1-11-2 for Essex at the SWALEC Stadium, whilst Alfonso Thomas had a return of 4-0-11-3 for Somerset at Taunton.


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The pre-season friendly at Northampton saw James Harris record the most economical bowling fig- ures ever by a Glamorgan player in a Twenty20 match. Besides taking two Northamptonshire wickets, James conceded just seven runs in his four overs, thereby surpassing the previous best record ed by Mark Cosgrove who completed figures of 4-0-11-2 against Gloucestershire at the SWALEC Stadium in 2009.


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The fourth wicket partnership of 88 between Owais Shah and Eoin Morgan for Middlesex at Richmond was the highest-ever for that wicket against Glamorgan beating the 81 added by James Franklin and David Brown for Gloucestershire at Bristol in 2009.


The following players produced career-best performances for Glamorgan in Twenty20 cricket in 2010: Jim Allenby


Chris Ashling Will Bragg


David Brown


Mark Cosgrove Jamie Dalrymple James Harris Tom Maynard Will Owen


Gareth Rees Shaun Tait


Mark Wallace Huw Waters


54 and 3/23 6 and 2/39 15 21


2/30 89


3/25 18


78* 8


35 5


2/28 42*


11*and 3/30


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Gloucestershire at The SWALEC Stadium Somerset at Taunton


Kent at The SWALEC Stadium Sussex at Hove and Middlesex at Richmond Essex at Chelmsford


Surrey at The SWALEC Stadium Middlesex at Richmond Essex at Chelmsford Somerset at Taunton


Sussex at The SWALEC Stadium Middlesex at Richmond and Kent at The SWALEC Stadium Hampshire at The Rose Bowl Hampshire at The Rose Bowl


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