Shiv Thakor bowls

Glamorgan v Derbyshire, LV= Championship, Division Two, Cardiff, 3rd day

Derbyshire unhappy at Glamorgan declaration

Controversy reined at the Swalec Stadium despite only 4.5 overs being bowled on the third day of the Championship Division Two match between Glamorgan and Derbyshire

Andy Carter bagged five wickets

Glamorgan v Derbyshire, LV= County Championship Division Two, Cardiff, 2nd day

Carter reels Derbyshire in

Glamorgan's on-loan seamer Andy Carter took four more wickets to take his tally to 12 from three games as the hosts closed day two in a strong position against Derbyshire in Cardiff.

Martin Guptill watches the ball come off his bat

Glamorgan v Derbyshire, LV= County Championship Division Two, Cardiff, 1st day

Derbyshire call up debutant legspinner

Just selecting a team was demanding enough for Derbyshire in Cardiff. Five injuries and a two-match suspension for Billy Godleman meant five changes from the side that dismissed Gloucestershire with such confidence

Kevin Pietersen made an unbeaten half-century

Glamorgan v Surrey, Cardiff, 4th day

Pietersen hits fifty in tame draw

Kevin Pietersen ended his first Championship match for almost two years with an unbeaten half-century and in touching distance of a Surrey batting record

Kevin Pietersen edged a drive to be caught at slip for 19

Glamorgan v Surrey, Cardiff, 1st day

Pietersen's campaign to swing the voters

Runs were plundered in Cardiff, but not by Kevin Pietersen in his first meaningful innings of the season. Still, this was just the start of his quest for an extraordinary return to the England team

Kumar Sangakkara acknowledges his hundred

Glamorgan v Surrey, Cardiff, 1st day

Sangakkara and Davies flay Glamorgan

A sizeable crowd had turned up at The Swalec Stadium to see Kevin Pietersen's return to first-class cricket in his bid to regain his place in England's Test team, but instead they were treated to fine hundreds from Kumar Sangakkara and Steven Davies

Jacques Rudolph flicks to leg

South Africa news

Rudolph quits South African cricket

Jacques Rudolph will no longer play professional cricket in South Africa after the left-handed batsman announced his decision to end his career in England