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13th August 2014
An ECB Pitch Panel comprising Bill Hughes and Tony Pigott was convened to consider the pitch used for the Royal London One-Day Cup match at the SWALEC Stadium on August 8. See full story for details.
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12th August 2014
Jacques Rudolph struck a century and Murray Goodwin and Chris Cooke hit fifties as Glamorgan recorded a comprehensive Royal London One-Day Cup victory over Somerset at Taunton.
ecb.co.uk News
11th August 2014
Assistant coach Wayne Noon admits that it's been a frustrating weekend for the Notts Outlaws with both their games being cancelled, but thinks it has helped them prepare themselves for a tough game against Durham.
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11th August 2014
Glamorgan bowler Huw Waters has decided to call time on his professional playing career following a lengthy battle against a debilitating injury at the age of just 27.
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8th August 2014
Phil Mustard scored an impressive half-century and Graham Onions produced a triple-wicket maiden over as Durham condemned Glamorgan to a third straight Royal London One-Day Cup defeat in a low-scoring game.
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7th August 2014
Alastair Cook and Ian Bell preview the fourth Investec Test match at Emirates Old Trafford as England look to build on their win at the Ageas Bowl.
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6th August 2014
Ebullient Australian paceman Doug Bollinger equalled his career-best List A figures of 3-35 to ease Kent Spitfires to a comfortable six-wicket Royal London One-Day Cup win over Glamorgan.
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5th August 2014
Sean Terry is set to make his maiden first-team appearance of the season in Hampshire’s home Royal London One-Day Cup day/night clash with Leicestershire Foxes on Wednesday.
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2nd August 2014
Jordan Clark fired Lancashire Lightning into NatWest T20 Blast finals day with four wickets in eight balls without conceding a run as the Red Rose came from a long way behind to beat Glamorgan by one run.
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1st August 2014
Lancashire and Glamorgan saw their NatWest T20 Blast quarter-final washed out without a ball bowled at Emirates Old Trafford, raising the prospect of a second bowl out in five years for the hosts.