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Wisden CricInfo staff
July 26, 2003
Glamorgan scored 104 for 4 (Adrian Shaw 27, Mark Wallace 24) in reply to India A's 165 all out (S Sriram 62, Rohan Gavaskar 61, Stuart Thomas 4-47)
India A's tail crumbled at the hands of Stuart Thomas early on the second day of their three-day tie against Glamorgan, reducing them from their overnight score of 149 for 6 to 165 all out in a jiffy. Glamorgan, in their turn at the crease, responded strongly with 104 for 4 by stumps.
Thomas, a former England A medium-pacer, bowled with good control, snapping up Parthiv Patel, Amit Mishra, Lakshmipathy Balaji and Aavishkar Salvi in the space of 10 runs. India A lasted just 7.5 overs on the second day.
Amit Bhandari and and Salvi struck early for India A, having Glamorgan at one stage at 35 for 3. Balaji then bowled Daniel Cherry, but that was India A's last success for the day. Adrian Shaw (27 n.o.) and Mark Wallace (24 n.o.) stitched together a 49-run partnership for the fifth wicket, taking Glamorgan through to stumps only 61 runs behind with six wickets in hand.
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