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Glamorgan 64 for 3 dec (Quinn 2-10) and 23 for 1 drew with Kent 307 (Stevens 190) and 60 for 1 dec
Kent and Glamorgan drew their LV= Insurance County Championship match at Canterbury, after rain thwarted their attempts to make a game of it on day four.
Glamorgan were 23 for 1 in their second innings when play was abandoned, after the teams agreed sporting declarations.
The visitors declared on their overnight score of 64 for 3, 243 behind, and Kent then declared on 60 for 1, setting Glamorgan a target of 304 from a minimum 84 overs.
Just 38 balls were bowled on day three and, with a draw effectively useless to both sides' Group 3 ambitions, they attempted to set up a finish.
Kent's only loss in their brief second innings was Ollie Robinson, who made 14 before he was caught behind, glancing Michael Neser down the leg side. Jordan Cox was unbeaten on 27 and Zak Crawley 18 not out when the declaration came.
Glamorgan had made 22 for nought when rain forced an initial five-minute delay. Matt Quinn then bowled David Lloyd for 17, but a second, far heavier downpour led to an early lunch and with no prospect of the ground conditions improving, the sides agreed a draw at 1.45 pm. Joe Cooke was six not out and Marnus Labuschagne unbeaten on 0.
Kent collected 12 points and Glamorgan 11.
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