Another day lost at Colwyn Bay

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Glamorgan and Yorkshire suffered a second consecutive day’s washout in their LV= County Championship Division Two match at Colwyn Bay.

Both have brought up unwanted landmarks: Glamorgan have now lost 1,046 overs of championship cricket this season to Yorkshire’s 1,055.

Just like the second day, the umpires - Mark Benson and Paul Baldwin - called an early lunch and then abandoned play at 12:15pm because of persistent rain.

With more inclement weather forecast, prospects for the final day tomorrow are not good. No play has been possible since the first afternoon when Glamorgan had reached 117 for three from 34 overs.

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