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Howell remembers his opening lines

Benny Howell hit back for Gloucestershire after Kiran Carlson fell nine runs short of a notable Glamorgan record

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Carlson hundred is source of Welsh pride

Kiran Carlson's first hundred of the season revived the expectations stirred by his maiden hundred against Gloucestershire last season

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Nightwatchman Kerrigan hits new heights

Lancashire loanee Simon Kerrigan struck a career-best 62 and Rob Newton pronounced himself king of the half-centuries as Northants achieved a hard-won victory in Cardiff

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Levi's hundred keeps Northants hoping

Northants are well on top in Cardiff and, if results fall their way, they might just be heading for a pivotal clash with leaders Nottinghamshire next week

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Gleeson's five gives Northants the edge

Craig Meschede and Andrew Salter led a Glamorgan fightback after Richard Gleeson had threatened to make short shrift of their first innings

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Carey's promise brightens gloomy day

Three wickets for young pace bowler Lukas Carey gave Glamorgan some satisfaction as their encounter with Derbyshire headed for a rain-wrecked draw

Highlights - Bears into T20 Blast final (4:01)
WATCH - Elliott's incredible catch (0:35)
WATCH - Air Guitar at the cricket (0:58)
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Birmingham silence Glamorgan's big hitters

A few weeks ago, Ed Pollock was an unknown quantity even within his own county, but his fear-free hitting led Birmingham to the final of the NatWest Blast

WATCH - Ingram's 43-ball 70* (1:38)
Highlights - Glamorgan through to Finals Day (3:59)
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The race for Finals Day hots up

The T20 Blast quarter-finals get underway on Tuesday. ESPNcricinfo runs the rule over the eight teams left in the competition

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Don Shepherd, the pride of Welsh cricket

Glamorgan bowler Don Shepherd, who took 2218 wickets in a first-class career spanning 22 years, has died at the age of 90

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De Lange's rescue act takes Glamorgan through

It looked all over when Johann Myburgh took Somerset within 22 runs with three overs remaining but Marchant de Lange summoned a matchwinning response

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Donald tames Surrey as Glamorgan stay top

Glamorgan had to survive Tom Curran's 51 off 27 balls to secure victory which strengthened their position at the top of the South Group

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