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  1. #81

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    Confirmed now as Yorkshire at home on Thursday 11th August which, typically, is the exact same date and time that we are live on Sky against Bristol Rovers.

  2. #82

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    Quote Originally Posted by Geraint! View Post
    Confirmed now as Yorkshire at home on Thursday 11th August which, typically, is the exact same date and time that we are live on Sky against Bristol Rovers.
    Tough game but we should get s big crowd. It would be great to get Steyn back. Really looking forward to this.

  3. #83

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    10 admission. General sale from Sunday, on sale to members and T20 season ticket holders from Saturday.

    https://twitter.com/glamcricket/stat...40075636715521

    http://www.glamorgancricket.com/cric...yorkshire.html

  4. #84

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    Quote Originally Posted by Delbert View Post
    10 admission. General sale from Sunday, on sale to members and T20 season ticket holders from Saturday.

    https://twitter.com/glamcricket/stat...40075636715521

    http://www.glamorgancricket.com/cric...yorkshire.html
    Superb from the club. I hope they get the sell out they deserve.

  5. #85

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pearcey3 View Post
    Tough game but we should get s big crowd. It would be great to get Steyn back. Really looking forward to this.
    South Africa have a test series against New Zealand very soon so I very much doubt it

  6. #86

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    The first Test doesn't start until the 19th August so it's do able.

  7. #87

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loramski View Post
    It was the same system last year. One of the longer trips gets missed out, we didn't travel to Kent this season and Middlesex didn't come here. Last season we didn't travel to Middlesex and Kent didn't play here.
    It's ridiculous. I always think there's a danger of overkill with 20/20 cricket because we always play the same teams every year and seventeen matches to win the tournament is a lot, but I don't think the competition would lost it's popularity at a stroke if everyone played sixteen rather than fourteen group matches. The same sort of thing its going to happen in the four day game next season, where we won't be playing everyone twice so it's no longer a level playing field in two of the three competitions we play, someone could end up not playing the weaker teams as often as most others, while others have fixture lists top heavy with games against those sides.

  8. #88

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pearcey3 View Post
    Tough game but we should get s big crowd. It would be great to get Steyn back. Really looking forward to this.
    We're playing at home which is something I suppose, but Yorkshire is as tough as it gets now they've hit form. We've comfortably beaten a few good sides already this summer though so a win isn't beyond us - can't see Steyn being allowed to play for us for just the one game, especially with that schedule.

  9. #89

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    They may have Root,Bairstow etc back from England duty too!!!!

  10. #90

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    Quote Originally Posted by GRUMPYS DEN View Post
    They may have Root,Bairstow etc back from England duty too!!!!
    They will be on Test match duty so won't be available for this match.
    Last edited by Pearcey3; 30-07-16 at 09:03. Reason: Error

  11. #91

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pearcey3 View Post
    They will be on Test match duty so won't be available for this match.
    MacAdder will be along in a minute to tell you the Test could be over in an hour which would free them up to play us.

  12. #92

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    Quote Originally Posted by Delbert View Post
    10 admission. General sale from Sunday, on sale to members and T20 season ticket holders from Saturday.

    https://twitter.com/glamcricket/stat...40075636715521

    http://www.glamorgancricket.com/cric...yorkshire.html
    That's a great gesture from the club. Anyone know how many tickets per person?
    Hopefully we'll get a sell out.

  13. #93

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loramski View Post
    MacAdder will be along in a minute to tell you the Test could be over in an hour which would free them up to play us.
    touchė

  14. #94

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    GLAMMY 25-5 against Hampshire oh dear

  15. #95

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    Quote Originally Posted by Llanedeyrnblue View Post
    GLAMMY 25-5 against Hampshire oh dear
    29/6. This will be the fourth successive defeat in this competition so they are virtually out....having won their first three.
    Getting fed up with the same side being played irrespective of the performances. Why not play Morgan if Salter is barely trusted to bowl?
    Why was Rudolph opening the innings as yet again they start painfully slowly chasing a big total?

    They can forget the Royal London for another year.

  16. #96

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pearcey3 View Post
    29/6. This will be the fourth successive defeat in this competition so they are virtually out....having won their first three.
    Getting fed up with the same side being played irrespective of the performances. Why not play Morgan if Salter is barely trusted to bowl?
    Why was Rudolph opening the innings as yet again they start painfully slowly chasing a big total?

    They can forget the Royal London for another year.
    I can't understand the Rudolf opening thing either,he's disappointing as a captain as well

  17. #97

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    59/8. What a spineless effort

  18. #98

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pearcey3 View Post
    59/8. What a spineless effort
    Pathetic

  19. #99

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    I blame Swansea

  20. #100

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    Shame the weather will probably prevent us from giving your lads a beating today. Hope you London based fans that might pop down take a brolly with you!

  21. #101

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex! View Post
    Shame the weather will probably prevent us from giving your lads a beating today. Hope you London based fans that might pop down take a brolly with you!
    Might have fancied our chances a couple of weeks back but after the past few games, morale must be pretty low and a hiding on the cards.
    Actually we could do with playing and trying a new strategy as the RL is dead for us.

  22. #102

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    Finch just launched Hogan out of the ground. This will be fun whilst it lasts

  23. #103

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex! View Post
    Finch just launched Hogan out of the ground. This will be fun whilst it lasts
    Is it raining yet?

  24. #104

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    Quote Originally Posted by Llanedeyrnblue View Post
    Is it raining yet?
    Spitting since 2 really, don't expect it to thunder down till 5.

    Rudolph should have probably caught Roy as well in the 70s, but him and Davies have dealt with it all relatively comfortably

  25. #105

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    Surrey 152-1 off 18 overs Bragg is playing, a bit late now

    Roll on the thunder

  26. #106

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    Quote Originally Posted by Llanedeyrnblue View Post
    Surrey 152-1 off 18 overs Bragg is playing, a bit late now

    Roll on the thunder
    Bragg has played in all the RL50 games.

  27. #107

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    Quote Originally Posted by qccfc View Post
    Bragg has played in all the RL50 games.
    Why not the 20/20

  28. #108

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    Quote Originally Posted by Llanedeyrnblue View Post
    Why not the 20/20
    They don't fancy him for T20, i would say that because he's a cutter and a puller, he is easier to defend against and the only place for him is opening, this then causes a problem by having Wallace (who has to play now as a keeper) and Rudolph in the middle order.

  29. #109

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    Quote Originally Posted by qccfc View Post
    They don't fancy him for T20, i would say that because he's a cutter and a puller, he is easier to defend against and the only place for him is opening, this then causes a problem by having Wallace (who has to play now as a keeper) and Rudolph in the middle order.
    Thanks for that

  30. #110

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    I would like to see Bragg come into the side in place of Salter who is barely being bowled by Rudolph so is occupying a place in the team without adding anything of value. Wallace can bat anywhere in the line up so Bragg's including isn't a problem.

    I would go with....

    Lloyd
    Bragg
    Ingram
    Donald
    Rudolph
    Wallace
    Wagg
    Meschede
    Van der Guften
    Tait/Steyn
    Hogan

  31. #111

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    Tait will play in the quarter final. A real shame we can't get Steyn back.
    The current game with Surrey now reduced to 37 overs with Surrey at 157/1 with 18 overs left looking set for over 300.

    The team are struggling in every department at the moment.

  32. #112

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pearcey3 View Post
    Tait will play in the quarter final. A real shame we can't get Steyn back.
    The current game with Surrey now reduced to 37 overs with Surrey at 157/1 with 18 overs left looking set for over 300.

    The team are struggling in every department at the moment.
    It's a shame after such a great start in both the one day formats.Makes you wonder why their form has dived

    Looks like it's started raining again

  33. #113

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    Quote Originally Posted by Llanedeyrnblue View Post
    It's a shame after such a great start in both the one day formats.Makes you wonder why their form has dived

    Looks like it's started raining again
    Match abandoned so we are now out of this competition.Difficult to understand why their form has fallen back. They have played a lot of cricket and when players lose form there isn't much depth in the squad to replace them
    Hope we can beat Yorkshire otherwise the season is over.

  34. #114

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    To be honest, it's been a much better season for Glamorgan than I feared it would be after our first few four day matches.

    Although, we've faded badly recently, we've done well in one day cricket, but, even when we were winning consistently, the batting was over reliant on Ingram. As you would expect from players of their age, Lloyd and Donald have been inconsistent in white ball cricket, but there have been some very good innings from both of them at times and they both should only get better in years to come - it's the other more experienced batsmen who have not really delivered the goods.

    Similarly, we are not the same bowling unit without Steyn. Hardly surprisingly, age is becoming more of a factor with Hogan and Cosker no longer offers the control he once did - Graham Wagg has struggled this year as well. Positives for me in one day bowling have been that Meschede seems to have come on and van der Gugten has had a decent first season.

    We've not batted too badly in red ball cricket when you consider Rudolph's lack of form, Ingram's complete absence from the team and Cooke's injury. Lloyd has proved that he's not just a one day merchant and Donald's innings against Derbyshire was proof that he is potentially a special batsman - there's been a promising introduction into first team cricket for Selman as well.

    On the bowling front, there's a lack of penetration in the seam bowling as Hogan and Wagg, hardly surprisingly, find it hard going in the daily grind of the Championship as thirty somethings, but it's spin bowling which is the real concern for me. Salter struggles to take wickets and it's too early to tell yet whether Morgan will be able to make a success of the step up into senior cricket. Presumably, Bull will be back from his injury, but, if Ingram isn't going to play four day cricket, I feel our priority for the winter should be an experienced spinner.
    Last edited by the other bob wilson; 02-08-16 at 06:36.

  35. #115

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    Good first wicket for Glamorgan seamer Lukas Carey on his debut - he's dismissed the prolific Ben Duckett, Northants 18-1 and it's raining again.

  36. #116

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    Quote Originally Posted by the other bob wilson View Post
    Good first wicket for Glamorgan seamer Lukas Carey on his debut - he's dismissed the prolific Ben Duckett, Northants 18-1 and it's raining again.
    He's new to me has he been playing for the seconds?

  37. #117

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    Quote Originally Posted by Llanedeyrnblue View Post
    He's new to me has he been playing for the seconds?
    Yes been playing for the 2nds.

    His granddad Stuart played for Wales in the 1979 ICC Trophy

  38. #118

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    Quote Originally Posted by qccfc View Post
    Yes been playing for the 2nds.

    His granddad Stuart played for Wales in the 1979 ICC Trophy
    Thanks

  39. #119

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    Quote Originally Posted by Llanedeyrnblue View Post
    Thanks
    24-2 now Carey again after 3 and a bit overs they're off again for rain

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    Collapsing again!

    Day 2, 1st innings - Good start but now 97-5 after Northampton were finally all out for 321

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