Jacques Rudolph lines up a reverse sweep

Hampshire v Glamorgan, NatWest T20 Blast, South Group, Ageas Bowl

Rudolph extends Hampshire slump

Jacques Rudolph hit a splendid 77 as Glamorgan leapt into the NatWest T20 Blast South Group qualification positions and continued Hampshire's slump in form in the process


Somerset v Glamorgan, NatWest T20 Blast, South Group, Cardiff

Parnell signs off with vital over after Ingram shines

Colin Ingram's superb 96 and an excellent last over from Wayne Parnell secured Glamorgan a three-run victory against Somerset in a thrilling NatWest T20 Blast game at Taunton


Matthew Boyce plays square

Glamorgan v Leicestershire, LV= Championship, Division Two, Cardiff, 4th day

Glamorgan make it four in a row

Glamorgan earned a fourth consecutive LV= County Championship Division Two win when they strolled to a 137-run victory against Leicestershire in Cardiff.


Ben Raine runs in

Glamorgan v Leicestershire, LV= County Championship Div Two, Cardiff, 3rd day

It Raines on Glamorgan but pours on Leics

Leicestershire's Ben Raine shook Glamorgan with five wickets but a substantial late-order rally left Glamorgan holding the whip hand in Cardiff


Matt Boyce stroked five fours in his 64

Glamorgan v Leicestershire, LV= Championship, Division One, Cardiff, 2nd day

Favours not found easily

Glamorgan and Leicestershire are locked together after two tough days on a pitch not eager to give rewards to all concerned


Graham Wagg slashes through the off side

Glamorgan v Leicestershire, LV= Championship, Division One, Cardiff, 1st day

Wagg of the tail lifts Glamorgan again

Graham Wagg came to Glamorgan's rescue on the opening day of their Championship Division Two match against Leicestershire in Cardiff

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Luke Wright drives down the ground

Glamorgan v Sussex, NatWest T20 Blast South Group, Cardiff

Wright, Nash sweep poor Glamorgan aside

Sussex romped to a comfortable 10-wicket victory over Glamorgan in a one-sided game in Cardiff. Ollie Robinson's three wickets limited the home side to just 115 for 9 - a target that was swept aside by Luke Wright and Chris Nash as they won with 46 balls