Hunn to Hogan, OUT,

MG Hogan b Hunn 16 (22m 13b 3x4 0x6) SR: 123.07

Hunn to Hogan, FOUR runs,
  • Woeful Glamorgan slump to heavy defeat

    Kent inflicted upon Glamorgan their second heaviest post-war defeat in the championship - a woeful display by the home side that will surely bring an inquest

  • Denly and Key set Glamorgan a mountain

    Kent's hopes of making further inroads into Glamorgan's second innings and clinching their fourth LV= County Championship win of the season were held up by bad light in Cardiff

  • Key's hundred pronounces still much to offer

    Kent will start the third day of Glamorgan's final home game of the season with a commanding lead of 358 runs thanks to an unbeaten century from Rob Key as he found late-season form to suggest his career is not yet spent

  • Another song in the Key of life

    Rob Key has summoned some late-season batting form as he shows no inclination of stepping back as a confident young Kent side gathers momentum

Glamorgan 4th innings Partnerships

1st5JM KettleboroughJL Lawlor
2nd18DL LloydJM Kettleborough
3rd86CA IngramJM Kettleborough
4th8CA IngramCB Cooke
5th10CA IngramAHT Donald
6th0GG WaggCA Ingram
7th5CA IngramCAJ Meschede
8th23MA WallaceCA Ingram
9th54CA IngramAG Salter
10th28CA IngramMG Hogan