Michael Kasprowicz, the Australian fast bowler, will be back on board for Glamorgan in their National League match against Warwickshire at Edgbaston tomorrow. He is due to fly in from Zimbabwe early tomorrow morning, in good time to make his first appearance for the county since the win over Lincolnshire on May 5.

Glamorgan's thoughts will still be with their six-wicket defeat to Middlesex at Lord's yesterday, as well as their five-wicket loss to Lancashire in a league game last Sunday. Before that match, Glamorgan had won all four of their Division One encounters, beating Surrey, Gloucestershire, Northamptonshire and Essex.

"The important thing is that we are up and ready again for Warwickshire after Lord's," coach John Derrick told ic Wales. "All our thoughts have been on Middlesex, but Warwickshire tomorrow will be another hard game. The problem in the defeat against Lancashire was that we were poor in all three disciplines of batting, bowling and fielding," said Derrick. "Hopefully that was a wake-up call".

Glamorgan
Matthew Elliott, Robert Croft (capt), Mike Powell, Matthew Maynard, David Hemp, Adam Dale, Mark Wallace(wk), David Harrison, Ian Thomas, Alex Wharf, Michael Kasprowicz, Andrew Davies, Dean Cosker