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Thread: GLAMMY

  1. #3381

    Re: GLAMMY

    Quote Originally Posted by the other bob wilson View Post
    Three quick wickets right at the end of the day helped Glamorgan back into a game which looked like getting away from them, but we need to get the last five wickets pretty quickly and then show a lot more application with the bat than we did last time out if we’re to avoid defeat against a team that has had a big boost in confidence from their new coaching appointment.
    It's a tough one to judge . When they were 276 for 2 we were certainly looking very much in trouble. Their last game at home saw a score of 505-8 declared for Derbyshire, followed by Essex 174 all out and then a massive 513/3 declared. So their could well be an argument that in the context of the pitch , those late 3 wickets make it an absolutely fantastic day for Glamorgan and put us right in the box seat. Hopefully a fired up Hogan and Neser can do a bit more damage early this morning.

  2. #3382

    Re: GLAMMY

    Quote Originally Posted by chrisp_1927 View Post
    It's a tough one to judge . When they were 276 for 2 we were certainly looking very much in trouble. Their last game at home saw a score of 505-8 declared for Derbyshire, followed by Essex 174 all out and then a massive 513/3 declared. So their could well be an argument that in the context of the pitch , those late 3 wickets make it an absolutely fantastic day for Glamorgan and put us right in the box seat. Hopefully a fired up Hogan and Neser can do a bit more damage early this morning.
    Strange old score in that Sussex combined innings against Derbyshire. Makes me wonder what the highest score posted after a follow on in first class cricket is.

    Derbyshire could be a dark horse shout for promotion this season. Feels a fairly strong second division at the moment.

    Hopefully we can get them out in the morning session and see how we go on this track.

  3. #3383

    Re: GLAMMY

    Quote Originally Posted by Kind of Blue View Post
    Strange old score in that Sussex combined innings against Derbyshire. Makes me wonder what the highest score posted after a follow on in first class cricket is.

    Derbyshire could be a dark horse shout for promotion this season. Feels a fairly strong second division at the moment.

    Hopefully we can get them out in the morning session and see how we go on this track.
    Not sure if it is the record, but, coincidentally, this year is the centenary of a remarkable county championship which saw Hampshire bowled out for just 15 in reply to Warwickshire’s 223. Hampshire then piled up 521 when asked to follow up and a shell shocked Warwickshire were then dismissed for 158 to lose by 155 runs - Hampshire’s 15 is the lowest ever score by a winning team in a game.

  4. #3384

    Re: GLAMMY

    Derbyshire 360-8 at lunch, just the two bowling bonus points, but only three batting points for Derby.

  5. #3385

    Re: GLAMMY

    I'd have taken that at start of play. 3 wickets for 80 runs . Bowlers definitely deserve credit for keeping the run rate at bay, as evidenced by Derbyshire only picking up the 3 bonus points as bob mentions.

    Nice to see du plooy gone. He can give it a good smack , so would have been quite dangerous as wickets fell at other end. Would be nice to wrap up these last 2 wickets quickly and then put up a nice quick 400+ score.

  6. #3386

    Re: GLAMMY

    Quote Originally Posted by chrisp_1927 View Post
    I'd have taken that at start of play. 3 wickets for 80 runs . Bowlers definitely deserve credit for keeping the run rate at bay, as evidenced by Derbyshire only picking up the 3 bonus points as bob mentions.

    Nice to see du plooy gone. He can give it a good smack , so would have been quite dangerous as wickets fell at other end. Would be nice to wrap up these last 2 wickets quickly and then put up a nice quick 400+ score.
    The first bit done, Derbyshire 368 all out, which is very good from 276-2 - can’t help thinking the second part will be more difficult.

  7. #3387

    Re: GLAMMY

    Quote Originally Posted by the other bob wilson View Post
    The first bit done, Derbyshire 368 all out, which is very good from 276-2 - can’t help thinking the second part will be more difficult.
    Made a good start, but still a long way to go. Got a good feeling about this game mind

  8. #3388

    Re: GLAMMY

    Quote Originally Posted by chrisp_1927 View Post
    Made a good start, but still a long way to go. Got a good feeling about this game mind
    50* for Lloyd

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/cricket/scorecard/ECKO53025

    91-0

  9. #3389

    Re: GLAMMY

    What a daft run out.

  10. #3390

    Re: GLAMMY

    Quote Originally Posted by TWGL1 View Post
    He's absolutely flying now. His score seems to have jumped up by 4 everytime I refresh the page. Really hope Salter gets himself a good score aswell.

  11. #3391

    Re: GLAMMY

    Quote Originally Posted by Kind of Blue View Post
    What a daft run out.
    Ah f@ck bloody glammy, everytime things look positive, we always find a way ! On the plus side, with Lloyd and Marnus out there Derby will be lucky to keep us below 6 runs an over

  12. #3392

    Re: GLAMMY

    Quote Originally Posted by chrisp_1927 View Post
    Ah f@ck bloody glammy, everytime things look positive, we always find a way ! On the plus side, with Lloyd and Marnus out there Derby will be lucky to keep us below 6 runs an over
    Just when you’re getting exited

  13. #3393

    Re: GLAMMY

    Quote Originally Posted by TWGL1 View Post
    Just when you’re getting exited
    I do sometimes question if getting positive about Glamorgan is the very epitome of sheer lunacy.

  14. #3394

    Re: GLAMMY

    Quote Originally Posted by chrisp_1927 View Post
    I do sometimes question if getting positive about Glamorgan is the very epitome of sheer lunacy.
    Good positive batting though.

  15. #3395

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    nice 100 from labuschange

  16. #3396

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    Nice ‘un Marnus! Decent partnership that and solid 20 runs from TvG as the night watchman.

  17. #3397

    Re: GLAMMY

    Quote Originally Posted by poc View Post
    nice 100 from labuschange
    Agreed, hopefully he can carry on and help Glamorgan get a big lead
    Van der Gugten just out for 20

  18. #3398

    Re: GLAMMY

    I start watching and Cooke is out of the second ball I see - it’s amazing a wicket falls straight away so often
    to the team I’m supporting, but never to the other lot!

  19. #3399

    Re: GLAMMY

    The late David Shepherd ex Gloucester player and well known 1st class umpire would be frantically hopping on one leg now.

    Labushagne is on 111 and Glamorgan are 333.

    Shepherd was superstitious and always hopped on one leg when a player was on Nelson or 111

  20. #3400

    Re: GLAMMY

    Cullen and Nser can both bat do hopefully we can get reach 450 and apply pressure on Derbyshire in the final session of the day.

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