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The aggregate of 573 runs in the match with Surrey at The Oval was the third highest in the competi- tion, surpassed by 574 in the match against Essex at Southend in 2000 and 583 in the contest with Leicestershire at Colwyn Bay in 2008.


Jamie Dalrymple’s half-century, from just 21 balls against Surrey at the Oval, was the fastest-ever in 40 overs cricket for Glamorgan, beating Majid Khan’s 22-ball fifty against Northamptonshire at Well- ingorough School in 1975.


Glamorgan’s total of 271/4 against Lancashire at Old Trafford was their highest batting first and losing in 40 overs cricket, surpassing their total of 262/6 against Gloucestershire at Bristol in 2005.


Surrey’s total of 386/3 at The Oval was their best in League cricket against Glamorgan, beating the 298/5 they made at Whitgift School in 2003. It was also the highest away from home against the Welsh county in 40 overs cricket, surpassing Essex’s 310/5 at Southend in 1983.


Rory Hamilton-Brown’s score of 115 at The Oval was the second highest in the competition for Surrey against Glamorgan, surpassed only by Alec Stewart’s 119 at the same ground in 1989.


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David Harrison conceded 100 runs in his eight overs against Somerset at Taunton. This was the most expensive analysis in the League competition breaking Andrew Davies’ record of 9-0-84-0 against Essex at Chelmsford in 2004. David’s figures were not though the most expensive in all one- day games as in 2002 Darren Thomas returned figures of 9-0-108-3 in the Cheltenham and Gloucester Trophy match against Surrey at The Oval.


Tom Maynard’s two over spell in the match with Somerset at Taunton which cost 32 runs was also the most expensive, surpassing Norman Featherstone’s return of 2-0-25-0 against Kent at Canterbury in 1980.


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Jos Buttler struck 7 sixes in his quickfire innings of 90 from 33 balls for Somerset at Taunton. This equalled the record for the most number of sixes in an innings against Glamorgan in the Sunday League, held jointly by Graham Rose for Somerset at Neath in 1990 and Andrew Symonds for Gloucestershire at Ebbw Vale in 1995.


Peter Trego also scored 147 in the match at Taunton, with his innings being the second highest for Somerset against Glamorgan in the competition, surpassed by Graham Rose’s 148 at Neath in 1990.


The defeat at Taunton by 249 runs was the heaviest away from home in the 40 overs competition suffered by Glamorgan, surpassing the defeat by 143 runs by Somerset at Yeovil in 1977 and by Worcestershire at Worcester in 1989.


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Mark Cosgrove struck five successive fifties in the competition in 2010, with his scores of 50, 86, 64, 61and 88 breaking the record previously held by Hugh Morris for four successive half-centuries which the left-hander posted in Sunday League matches in 1992 and again in 1994. Cosgrove’s aggregate of 261 runs in May was also the second highest, surpassed by Morris’ tally of 388 in June 1994.


l The following record partnerships were established in 40 overs cricket in 2010:


7th wkt v Lancs 1st wkt by Surrey


4th wkt by Lancs – 59 by Ben Wright and Robert Croft


– 190 by Rory Hamilton-Brown and Stephen Davies – 186* by Ashwell Prince and Stephen Croft


4th wkt by Somerset – 128 by Peter Trego and James Hildreth 5th wkt by Somerset – 117 by James Hildreth and Jos Buttler 7th wkt by Surrey


– 53 by Chris Schofield and Gareth Batty


at Colwyn Bay at The Oval


at Old Trafford at Taunton at Taunton


at the SWALEC Stadium


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