Alphabetically sorted top ten of players who have played the most matches across formats in the last 12 months
Visitors trail by 173 runs as Swansea fixture defies rain elsewhere with entertainment aplenty
In more bowler-friendly conditions than Derbyshire's last home match, the captain stood firm for four-and-a-half hours
Kiran Carlson and Graham Wagg secured an impressive chase to keep Glamorgan's hopes of the quarter-finals alive
Sussex's promotion ambitions were dented by a three-wicket burst by Graham Wagg and a subsequent collapse which limited their first-innings lead in Cardiff
Worcestershire must overturn a Glamorgan run chase on the final day at New Road to keep their promotion challenge bouyant
Graham Wagg and Craig Meschede rescued Glamorgan with a partnership of 160 in 33 overs for the seventh wicket after Kent's seamers had threatened to take control on the second day in Cardiff
David Lloyd fell one short of a century as Glamorgan built a first innings lead of 68 over Gloucestershire on the second day of the Specsavers County Championship match in Bristol
Centuries from David Lloyd and Graham Wagg restored Welsh pride and ensured Kent will need to be on their mettle to secure a win
Glamorgan picked up their second victory in the Royal London Cup as Colin Ingram and Graham Wagg's heroics with bat and ball earned a 146-run victory against Essex in Cardiff
Glamorgan failed to take advantage of Essex's clash with Kent being a wash out as Gloucestershire claimed an eight-wicket victory in Cardiff
Glamorgan and Leicestershire are locked together after two tough days on a pitch not eager to give rewards to all concerned
Graham Wagg came to Glamorgan's rescue on the opening day of their Championship Division Two match against Leicestershire in Cardiff
Graham Wagg's double century at No 8 was a fine moment in Glamorgan history but even that was upstaged by Arun Harinath's second hundred in front of the convalescing Rory Burns
It was a harum-scarum day: cricket straight from the Brendon McCullum school, as the cliché du jour would have it. After 439 runs and 12 wickets it was a little hard what to make of it all.
Glamorgan will go into Thursday's final day of their LV= County Championship match against Essex in a strong position as they seek their first Division Two win of the season.
The final rounds of the season, with their earlier start times and lengthening shadows, are accompanied by a sense of proceedings drawing to a close
The second century of Graham Wagg's 12-year county career saved Glamorgan from defeat at Canterbury and all but put paid to Kent's Division Two promotion hopes.
The experienced pair of Murray Goodwin and Jacques Rudolph guided Glamorgan to their first NatWest T20 Blast quarter-final in six years with a comprehensive eight-wicket win against Gloucestershire at Cardiff.
Leicestershire recovered from losing three quick wickets to Graham Wagg to finish in the ascendancy after an abbreviated first day against Glamorgan.
Jim Allenby produced a fine all-round performance to help unbeaten Glamorgan to their fourth Friends Life t20 win thrashing Somerset by nine wickets at Cardiff.
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