Regional Championship: Selman leads Glamorgan fight back against Glos

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regional championship selman leads glamorgan fight back against glos - Regional Championship: Selman leads Glamorgan fight back against Glos
Opener Nick Selman’s careful innings brought Glamorgan straight into contention in Newport
Specsavers County Championship Division The initial one is, Spytty Park (day three)
Gloucestershire 463: Bracey 152, Higgins 103, Roderick 88; De Lange 4-116
Glamorgan 250 & 359-1: Selman 148*, Labuschagne 128*, Hemphrey fifty eight
Glamorgan (4 pts) lead Gloucestershire (8 pts) by 146 runs
Match scorecard

Nick Selman and Marnus Labuschagne hit contrasting a long time as Glamorgan fought yet again hard after being forced which you can follow on by Gloucestershire.

The home side contacted 359-1, a lead along with 146 going into the final times.

Labuschagne’s sweep was a dashing one, geting to three figures off 112 balls, while Selman’s career-best innings was a patient sustaining affair.

It was a remarkable turnaround from Gloucestershire’s ascendancy on day people in Newport.

Earlier George Drissell claimed a career-best 4-83, considering Graham Wagg last out for 50 in Glamorgan’s first-innings 250.

It to enforce the follow-on seemed correct but Frank Dent’s opening bowlers had no luck, passing the exterior edge repeatedly as Selman and Charlie Hemphrey (58) added 133 for the house wicket.

Labuschagne’s hundred was his from then on in as many Championship xbox games, while Selman made meet first century since 2017.

Glamorgan chief Chris Cooke will not reappear in the match because of excellent ankle injury, which keeps having to be scanned although a break has been ruled out.

Glamorgan batsman Chips Selman told BBC Exhibit Wales:

“It was a good wicket. Myself and Charlie ensured we got through the new sacked, we expanded from there, well Marnus finished it away from lovely. We rotated some strike and then the flees flowed at the back end.

“Last year used to be tough personally, I undoubtedly say confidence was excellent, but I stuck in regards to what I did in previous very long time so I got through the new-fangled ball and managed to swell after that.

“There’s a bit of rough there (on the wicket), so is actually an opportunity to put them back in and just have a crack at these types of. ”

Gloucestershire coach Richard Dawson told BBC Radio Bristol:

“All three batsmen played comfortably, but we bowled great and got past the outside blade quite a number of times.

“Then the ball started softer, conditions favoured some of the bat and they made many people work.

“We’ve got to control the scoreboard because if Glamorgan have a reasonable first hour then many of us be backs against the and then, so we can’t show all the complacency. It’s been a tough working day in the dirt, though Could not fault the effort. ”

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