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RESULT
Cardiff, June 27 - 30, 2011, County Championship Division Two
(T:130) 367 & 131/4
(f/o) 213 & 283

Derbyshire won by 6 wickets

Report

Clare five puts Derbyshire on top

Derbyshire moved into a match-winning performance at the midway point of their County Championship clash against Glamorgan thanks to Jon Clare's figures of 5 for 29 and Dan Redfern's 88 with the bat

28-Jun-2011
Glamorgan 174 for 8 v Derbyshire 367
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Derbyshire moved into a match-winning performance at the midway point of their County Championship clash against Glamorgan thanks to Jon Clare's figures of 5 for 29 and Dan Redfern's 88 with the bat.
Derbyshire made 367 all out in their first innings in Cardiff before the hosts limped to 174 for 8 in reply at the close of the second day of the Division Two match. They were 193 behind, needing a further 44 to avoid the follow-on.
Only Glamorgan captain Alviro Petersen, with 83 not out, showed any real resistance. In only the second over of the day Redfern brought up his fourth 50 of the summer in 92 balls with five fours before Glamorgan hit back with the new ball.
Graham Wagg struck with the fourth delivery, trapping Ross Whiteley lbw. Glamorgan continued to take wickets at regular intervals. Luke Sutton was dismissed when he top-edged a James Harris delivery to wicketkeeper Mark Wallace.
Redfern perished for 88 when he played on to Jim Allenby, failing to convert a 12th first-class 50 into his maiden century as Derbyshire reached lunch at 338 for 7. Allenby hit form in the afternoon session as he took the remaining three wickets to claim career-best figures of five for 44 from 20 overs. It was Allenby's third five-wicket haul of his career and his second for Glamorgan.
But batting points proved harder to come by as opener Gareth Rees began Glamorgan's procession of wickets before tea, falling leg before to Tim Groenewald, who also accounted for Will Bragg in a similar manner.
From 36 for two the home side sank further into trouble at 59 for three when Mike Powell was caught behind off Whiteley. Ben Wright followed in the next over when he top-edged a pull to Knight running back at square leg off Clare, who also struck three balls later when Allenby was bowled by a full delivery for a duck. Glamorgan lost three wickets for one run in 10 balls as 59 for two became 60 for 5.
Petersen, who reached his 50 from 105 balls, put on 68 with Wallace before the wicketkeeper, Harris and Wagg were all caught behind off Clare in the space of three balls. On 74, Petersen did survive a chance at short leg off Knight, the slow left-armer.

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