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Glamorgan cricket 2019 thread 07:40 - Apr 11 with 19050 viewsdickythorpe

First up Northants

https://www.glamorgancricket.com/cricket/news/2019/april/trio-set-for-championsh

I think we'll be more competitive this season but no doubt plenty of highs and lows (reminds me off another sporting side I follow)

Excited about Billy Root and the timeless Hogan and Wagg will keep us going.
Hopefully the new signings will add to our team and get us RUNS!!!!

[Post edited 13 Apr 9:14]

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Glamorgan cricket 2019 thread on 20:58 - Jul 2 with 1417 viewsjeza739

Regular follower and member. Transformation has been incredible this yr.. only had 13 batting points in whole of last season passed that in May ànd currently have most batting points in the country.
Labuschagne has made huge difference along with Root and the improved Selman but Maynard has to take huge credit too
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Glamorgan cricket 2019 thread on 10:17 - Jul 3 with 1335 viewsoldcob

Glamorgan cricket 2019 thread on 20:58 - Jul 2 by jeza739

Regular follower and member. Transformation has been incredible this yr.. only had 13 batting points in whole of last season passed that in May ànd currently have most batting points in the country.
Labuschagne has made huge difference along with Root and the improved Selman but Maynard has to take huge credit too


The wickets we prepare these days little wonder we're piling on the batting bonus points. Every home game has finished as a draw. The three victories have all come away. Our bowling bonus points are not very good because of this batsman orientated wicket preparation. Give our bowlers a chance, let's prepare "cricket wickets". No problems with playing staff these days, which is good, but I still think we ought to prepare more competitive wickets.
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Glamorgan cricket 2019 thread on 10:22 - Jul 3 with 1332 viewsCountyJim

Think Lloyd has to be a bit generous today leave them with say 330 to get

Go for a win
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Glamorgan cricket 2019 thread on 10:48 - Jul 3 with 1317 viewsdickythorpe

Labuschagne is a run machine! He must be close to an Ashes call up for the Aussies.

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Glamorgan cricket 2019 thread on 11:25 - Jul 3 with 1301 viewstheloneranger

Glamorgan cricket 2019 thread on 10:48 - Jul 3 by dickythorpe

Labuschagne is a run machine! He must be close to an Ashes call up for the Aussies.


Dickie,

Labuschagne 100. His 2nd ton of the match.

[Post edited 3 Jul 11:26]
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Glamorgan cricket 2019 thread on 11:35 - Jul 3 with 1291 viewsWarwickHunt

Glamorgan cricket 2019 thread on 10:17 - Jul 3 by oldcob

The wickets we prepare these days little wonder we're piling on the batting bonus points. Every home game has finished as a draw. The three victories have all come away. Our bowling bonus points are not very good because of this batsman orientated wicket preparation. Give our bowlers a chance, let's prepare "cricket wickets". No problems with playing staff these days, which is good, but I still think we ought to prepare more competitive wickets.


St. Helen’s was a great wicket - almost always gave the bowlers help on the last day, especially the spinners.
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Glamorgan cricket 2019 thread on 11:47 - Jul 3 with 1286 viewsWarwickHunt

Glamorgan cricket 2019 thread on 18:35 - Jul 2 by theloneranger

Stumps Day 3

Glam. 449 & 137/1 Marnus Labuschagne 90 Not Out

Glouc. 370 Brett D'Oliveira 103. Hogan 5/62

Glam lead by 216 runs, with Marnus Labuschagne first player in the country to reach 1000 runs


Brett is Basil’s grandson - one of my all-time favourite players.
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Glamorgan cricket 2019 thread on 12:50 - Jul 3 with 1279 viewsCountyJim

Got to pull out at lunch to have a chance imo
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Glamorgan cricket 2019 thread on 13:21 - Jul 3 with 1270 viewstheloneranger

Glamorgan cricket 2019 thread on 11:47 - Jul 3 by WarwickHunt

Brett is Basil’s grandson - one of my all-time favourite players.


Dolly with Tom Graveney and Oli Milburn were my favourites as a youngster.

Bret D'Oliveira is the one player stopping a Glam win at the moment. A ton batting @ No 9, and bowling leg spin he's got match figures of 53 overs 9/182.


EDIT ...

Glam v Worc

Match drawn
[Post edited 4 Jul 17:24]
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Glamorgan cricket 2019 thread on 14:08 - Jul 3 with 1251 viewsJoe_bradshaw

Glamorgan cricket 2019 thread on 13:21 - Jul 3 by theloneranger

Dolly with Tom Graveney and Oli Milburn were my favourites as a youngster.

Bret D'Oliveira is the one player stopping a Glam win at the moment. A ton batting @ No 9, and bowling leg spin he's got match figures of 53 overs 9/182.


EDIT ...

Glam v Worc

Match drawn
[Post edited 4 Jul 17:24]


We should have told them not to pick him.

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Glamorgan cricket 2019 thread on 14:14 - Jul 3 with 1242 viewsCountyJim

One down nine to go
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Glamorgan cricket 2019 thread on 14:23 - Jul 3 with 1237 viewsWarwickHunt

Glamorgan cricket 2019 thread on 13:21 - Jul 3 by theloneranger

Dolly with Tom Graveney and Oli Milburn were my favourites as a youngster.

Bret D'Oliveira is the one player stopping a Glam win at the moment. A ton batting @ No 9, and bowling leg spin he's got match figures of 53 overs 9/182.


EDIT ...

Glam v Worc

Match drawn
[Post edited 4 Jul 17:24]


Loved watching Graveney. Pure class.

Cowdrey once had a quiet word with Milburn suggesting he drank halves instead of pints.
In the bar that night Cowdrey gets a round in -

Colin?

“Two halves, please Skip”.😂
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Glamorgan cricket 2019 thread on 14:50 - Jul 3 with 1214 viewsoldcob

Glamorgan cricket 2019 thread on 11:35 - Jul 3 by WarwickHunt

St. Helen’s was a great wicket - almost always gave the bowlers help on the last day, especially the spinners.


They used to take spin first morning in St.Helens once. Now it's about right. Unfortunately we play on the 'feather bed' that's Sofia Gardens. Of course I speak from a bowlers point of view. The batsmen must be loving it.
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Glamorgan cricket 2019 thread on 18:36 - Jul 3 with 1161 viewstheloneranger

Glamorgan cricket 2019 thread on 14:23 - Jul 3 by WarwickHunt

Loved watching Graveney. Pure class.

Cowdrey once had a quiet word with Milburn suggesting he drank halves instead of pints.
In the bar that night Cowdrey gets a round in -

Colin?

“Two halves, please Skip”.😂


😂😂

My father in law absolutely hated Colin Cowdrey ... All because of National Service.

He got called up and did his time, and Cowdrey was sent home from the Royal Air Force after serving only 2 weeks, citing bad toes and unable to serve his country.

My father in law always went off on one as soon as he spotted Cowdrey ...
"He couldn't do his National Service because of his feet, yet he can play in a 5 day Test Match. Fvck Colin Cowdrey and Fvck the National Service ",
😂😂
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Glamorgan cricket 2019 thread on 20:16 - Jul 3 with 1136 viewstheloneranger

Glamorgan cricket 2019 thread on 10:17 - Jul 3 by oldcob

The wickets we prepare these days little wonder we're piling on the batting bonus points. Every home game has finished as a draw. The three victories have all come away. Our bowling bonus points are not very good because of this batsman orientated wicket preparation. Give our bowlers a chance, let's prepare "cricket wickets". No problems with playing staff these days, which is good, but I still think we ought to prepare more competitive wickets.


We're top of the division and have the best batting points ...but in 9 matches that's only 28 points out of a possible 45.

We're joint 4th in bowling points out of 10 teams ... 21 points out of 27. ( 25 points is top )

Plus this is the first match this season that we've had a first innings lead.
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Glamorgan cricket 2019 thread on 17:32 - Jul 4 with 1051 viewstheloneranger

T20 Glam v Netherlands

Netherlands. 164/7

Glam. 166/5. Labuschagne 59

Glam won by 5 wickets
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Glamorgan cricket 2019 thread on 21:33 - Jul 4 with 1011 viewsdickythorpe

Glamorgan cricket 2019 thread on 17:32 - Jul 4 by theloneranger

T20 Glam v Netherlands

Netherlands. 164/7

Glam. 166/5. Labuschagne 59

Glam won by 5 wickets


Labuschagne must be seeing the ball like a beach ball!!!

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Glamorgan cricket 2019 thread on 08:58 - Jul 5 with 963 viewsCountyJim

Will be looking for an overseas replacement Marsh has broken arm
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Glamorgan cricket 2019 thread on 10:54 - Jul 5 with 943 viewstheloneranger

Glamorgan cricket 2019 thread on 08:58 - Jul 5 by CountyJim

Will be looking for an overseas replacement Marsh has broken arm


Plus Labuschagne is leaving us after the next Championship match against Middlesex.
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Glamorgan cricket 2019 thread on 11:08 - Jul 10 with 850 viewsCountyJim

Northants going well doing us a favour there
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Glamorgan cricket 2019 thread on 14:48 - Jul 14 with 732 viewsAlgorfajack

Status Quo has been preserved,

Middx 384 all out
Glam 153/9 after being 24/4 overnight

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Glamorgan cricket 2019 thread on 15:15 - Jul 14 with 702 viewstheloneranger

Glamorgan cricket 2019 thread on 14:48 - Jul 14 by Algorfajack

Status Quo has been preserved,

Middx 384 all out
Glam 153/9 after being 24/4 overnight


Glamorgan 171 all out. Middlesex lead by 213 runs.

Middlesex NOT enforcing the follow on??

Middlesex 8/1
[Post edited 14 Jul 15:22]
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Glamorgan cricket 2019 thread on 13:23 - Jul 15 with 631 viewstheloneranger

Glamorgan cricket 2019 thread on 15:15 - Jul 14 by theloneranger

Glamorgan 171 all out. Middlesex lead by 213 runs.

Middlesex NOT enforcing the follow on??

Middlesex 8/1
[Post edited 14 Jul 15:22]


Day 3

Middlesex 342

Glamorgan require 556 runs to win 😂😂
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Glamorgan cricket 2019 thread on 13:27 - Jul 15 with 629 viewsbuilthjack

I will be on a jolly at Sophia Gardens this coming Thursday evening. My once a year trek to cricket.

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Glamorgan cricket 2019 thread on 19:09 - Jul 15 with 594 viewsdickythorpe

Glamorgan cricket 2019 thread on 13:27 - Jul 15 by builthjack

I will be on a jolly at Sophia Gardens this coming Thursday evening. My once a year trek to cricket.


You watch the weather change now the T20 is on.
Luckily Glammy are playing Thursday as originally it was a Friday fixture, the weather for Friday is poor.

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