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County Championship: Glamorgan beat Gloucestershire by six wickets

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County Championship: Glamorgan beat Gloucestershire by six wickets

Michael Hogan has taken in extra of 500 wickets in his profession
Specsavers County Championship Division Two, The Brightside Floor, Bristol (day 4):
Gloucestershire 236 de Lange 5-62 & 372 Bracey 120*, Higgins 61, Worrall 50; Carey 4-105, de Lange 3-98
Glamorgan 526-9 dec: Lloyd 119, Marsh 111 & 73-4 Selman 36; M Taylor 3-25
Glamorgan (22 factors) beat Gloucestershire (2 factors) by six wickets

Glamorgan obtained their marketing campaign off to a successful begin as they simply obtained residence by six wickets earlier than the sunshine closed in at Bristol.

Gloucestershire took the sport deep into the ultimate session after reaching 372 all out, led by James Bracey’s marathon 120 not out.

Glamorgan wanted 83 to win in 21 overs, however there was a clatter of wickets within the gathering gloom.

Aneurin Donald’s hooked six finally obtained them throughout the ending line.

Bracey, who batted for greater than seven hours, was given beneficial help by Ryan Higgins (61), Dan Worrall (50), and Matt Taylor (48), all with career-bests.

Marchant de Lange (3-98) and Lukas Carey (4-105) once more took the honours as Glamorgan toiled to complete the sport off earlier than that late drama, with a stand of 51 between younger openers Nick Selman and Jack Murphy proving simply sufficient of a platform.

Glamorgan head coach Robert Croft informed BBC Sport Wales:

“It was a tricky day’s cricket, it was a tricky 4 days cricket. We have dominated this match however the fight-back from Gloucestershire on a really flat wicket was commendable and anticipated, then the trouble all through the day by our massive quick bowlers was past perception.

“The sunshine was a problem and added some nerves to the dressing-room however we deserved that win. This floor would not hand over wins simply, traditionally it is a very flat pitch- it’s important to be excellent to get a win and we have been on this recreation.”

BBC Sport – Cricket

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