Jacques Rudolph hit a Glamorgan record 169 not out

County blogs: Glamorgan

Glamorgan feast on South African flavours

The influx of South Africans since Jacques Rudolph became Glamorgan captain has been dramatic and has been a successful short-term fix at a time of difficulty

Aneurin Donald marked his first-class debut with 59

County blogs: Glamorgan

Welsh county's England drought set to continue

It is 10 years and counting since Glamorgan last provided a home international and the only Welsh involvement in this seasons Ashes will be in the crowd

Peter Borren looks on in despair as the ball races away


Dutch dip

Netherlands were once a top Associate. Missing the World Cup, however, could be the first signs of a fade

A sell-out crowd was in high spirits at The Oval

Joining the club

Pricing may vary around the circuit but county membership offers the most economical route to watching plenty of cricket throughout the season

Graham Wagg went wicketless on the first evening

Surreal win as Glamorgan walk the walk

They have said all the right things in recent seasons but against Surrey, Glamorgan actually found a performance to match

Yorkshire Bank 40

A game lost, but not the love

The result at Lord's mattered for every Glamorgan fan, but it was also a fantastic day out and the fans never stopped singing...even to the end

Jim Allenby swings one to leg

Success precedes change in Cardiff

Qualification for the YB40 semi-finals means departing coach Matthew Mott will leave Glamorgan with his head held high

Michael Hogan gets a high five for one of his three wickets

County cricket

Forty overs just right...and we could win it

Next season one-day cricket will be over 50 overs, but that's a bit long for a family. The 40-over format allows just the right balance for everything

In Jim Allenby we trust

He is so great at rear-guard actions he would have reversed the fortunes of Crassus, King Harold, General Custer and Admiral Yamamoto