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The following players produced career-best performances for Glamorgan in 40 overs cricket in 2010: Jim Allenby


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Mark Cosgrove Nick James


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v Worcestershire at The SWALEC Stadium and v Surrey at The SWALEC Stadium v Surrey at The Oval and


v Worcestershire at The SWALEC Stadium v Worcestershire at New Road v Somerset at Taunton


v Unicorns at Bournemouth v Lancashire at Colwyn Bay


The three-day friendly against Cardiff MCCU at The SWALEC Stadium saw Tom Maynard become the youngest man to lead Glamorgan in a competitive match, whilst he also played alongside his father Matthew who came out of retirement to answer an SOS call behind the stumps. It was the first time since August 1891 that both a father and son had played in a county match – in that match William Bancroft and his son Billy played for Glamorgan against Devon at Swansea.The match also saw Matthew Maynard play his first innings at the Cardiff ground in Glamorgan’s colours since September 2004, and against a side all of whom were not even born when the Club’s Director of Cricket had made his Glamorgan debut in 1985.


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In early June, Tom Maynard – at the age of 21 years and 72 days – also became the youngest captain of Glamorgan in a first-class match as he led the Welsh county in their friendly against West Indies. The previous youngest player to captain the Club was Hugh Morris who in 1986 led them in their County Championship encounter with Leicestershire aged 22 years and 287 days.


Tom Maynard also made the highest-ever individual score for Glamorgan in the Second Eleven Trophy with his 162* against the MCC Young Cricketers at Usk beating Dan Cherry’s 161 at the same ground in 2002 against Worcestershire.


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Father and son – tom Maynard (right) and Matthew Maynard, keeping wicket, during Glamorgan’s three- day friendly against Cardiff MCCU at the sWALeC stadium.


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