• BATSMEN
    R
    M
    B
    4s
    6s
    SR
    b Hogan
    77
    169
    140
    15
    0
    55.00
    c Salter b Hogan
    2
    23
    17
    0
    0
    11.76
    b Smith
    26
    82
    52
    2
    1
    50.00
    b Hogan
    109
    242
    173
    7
    1
    63.00
    lbw b Allenby
    51
    153
    135
    8
    0
    37.77
    c †Wallace b Allenby
    20
    88
    74
    1
    0
    27.02
    run out (Hogan)
    16
    52
    40
    2
    0
    40.00
    c Allenby b Hogan
    47
    90
    59
    3
    1
    79.66
    c Allenby b Cosker
    10
    48
    44
    2
    0
    22.72
    c Rudolph b Cosker
    6
    50
    51
    0
    0
    11.76
    not out
    2
    18
    11
    0
    0
    18.18
    Extras
    25 (b 7, lb 6, nb 11, w 1)
    TOTAL
    391 all out (131.5 Overs, RR: 2.96)
    Fall of wickets: 1-14 (CDJ Dent, 5.5 ov), 2-83 (APR Gidman, 26.5 ov), 3-132 (WA Tavare, 42.5 ov), 4-277 (IA Cockbain, 84.1 ov), 5-296 (HJH Marshall, 90.3 ov), 6-322 (TMJ Smith, 103.5 ov), 7-325 (WRS Gidman, 105.2 ov), 8-361 (PJ Grieshaber, 117.1 ov), 9-387 (BAC Howell, 126.2 ov), 10-391 (MD Taylor, 131.5 ov)
    BowlingOMRWEconWDNB
    GG Wagg2218003.6313
    MG Hogan2775742.1100
    J Allenby2565322.1201
    DA Cosker29.595621.8700
    RAJ Smith1718214.8201
    AG Salter1105004.5400

Close of Play

  • Sat, 21 Jun - day 1 - Gloucestershire 1st innings 308/5 (WRS Gidman 16*, TMJ Smith 4*, 96 ov)
  • Sun, 22 Jun - day 2 - Glamorgan 1st innings 209/2 (JA Rudolph 108*, BJ Wright 8*, 58 ov)
  • Mon, 23 Jun - day 3 - Glamorgan 1st innings 569/7 (RAJ Smith 39*, DA Cosker 7*, 153.5 ov)
  • Tue, 24 Jun - day 4 - Gloucestershire 2nd innings 165/5 (84 ov) - end of match

Match Notes

  • Tavare, Gidman battle Gloucs to draw

    Will Tavare produced a back-to-the-wall innings reminiscent of his famous uncle to help Gloucestershire salvage a draw against Glamorgan at Bristol.

  • Wright puts Glamorgan well ahead

    Ben Wright hit a sparkling 125-ball century to give Glamorgan a chance of pulling off an unlikely victory over Gloucestershire at Bristol.

  • Rudolph leads strong Glamorgan reply

    Glamorgan openers Jacques Rudolph and Will Bragg made hay in the Westcountry sunshine as their match with Gloucestershire at Bristol headed in the direction of a high-scoring draw on the second day.

  • Marshall provides calming hundred

    Stand-in skipper Hamish Marshall led from the front with his second century of the season as injury-hit Gloucestershire ran up 308 for 5 in glorious sunshine