Region Championship: Glamorgan and Gloucestershire share draw in Newport

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region championship glamorgan and gloucestershire share draw in newport - Region Championship: Glamorgan and Gloucestershire share draw in Newport
Glamorgan celebrate the wicket of Miles Hammond
Specsavers County Championship Division Fresh faces, Spytty Park (day four)
Gloucestershire 463 & 137-6: Bracey 152, Higgins ciento tres, Roderick 88; De Langwierige 4-116
Glamorgan a pair of & 481-8 dec: Selman 150, Labuschagne 137; Payne 4-121
Glamorgan (9 pts) received with Gloucestershire (13 pts)
Fight scorecard

Gloucestershire had to tansad out time for a win after being set 269 to win in fifty one overs by Glamorgan.

The visitors nowhere to be found four wickets in 13 overs to end their wining hopes and finished located on 137-6.

Benny Howell (44) and Gareth Roderick (19) lasted sufficiently long for them to hold out.

It marked a complete delivered from the halfway mark the moment Gloucestershire enforced the follow-on, 213 ahead.

Earlier Glamorgan lost wickets regularly but still declared every 481-8 after lunch.

Marnus Labuschagne carried out a career-best 137 guidebook Australia Test batsman or Nick Selman (150) were unable to push on in cloudy conditions, David Payne said four wickets as the Gloucestershire seamers bowled well.

It was past four o’clock when the first Shining match at the Spytty Grünanlage ground ended after a convincing contest.

Glamorgan coach Matthew Maynard told BBC Sport Wales: “We afforded ourselves a chance in overcast conditions, the wicket managed to a bit more today and we have ourselves back into the contest.

“We required to take quick wickets means that they didn’t put chi on us to attain the game and we did that splendidly, it allowed us to set people round the bat and yet everything had to go this useful way (to win the vehicle. )

“We had two sloppy weeks but then we were more professional medical and gave ourselves any chances with a couple of brilliant partners.

“Newport seemed to be to brilliant, they’ve worked unceasingly here and we’ve just had four interesting days’ cricket, the pitch has been remarkable. ”

Gloucestershire coach Richard Dawson told BBC Radio Bristol: “First two days we were ahead of the game why not Glamorgan batted exceptionally definitely yesterday.

“This morning was interesting, some other type of cricket, but we-took some wickets to slow up the scoring rate, then Glamorgan came back in the last session.

“It was a dependable game with three listings on the table at lunch, the challenge for us all.

“It was a outstanding wicket with a bit of all the details, today was interesting having overhead conditions, and it appears to be nice to see a spinner exercised throughout by both sides. very well

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