Will Bragg: Plenty more to come from promotion-chasing Glamorgan

South Wales Argus: Glamorgan celebrate the wicket of Surrey's Jason Roy, bowled by Jim Allenby (centre)  during the LV=County Championship, Division Two match at The Kia Oval, London. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Monday April 7, 2014. See PA story CRICKET Surr

2:06pm Friday 11th April 2014

WILL BRAGG has hailed a perfect start to Glamorgan's season and declared there is plenty more to come as they chase a return to Division One of the County Championship.

Glamorgan pair ensure the Force is with Fugies

South Wales Argus: Glamorgan pair ensure the Force is with Fugies

2:20pm Monday 7th April 2014

THERE was no danger of rain bringing an early end to proceedings on Saturday as Newport Fugitives got their ground shipshape for the coming season.

Honours even on day one: Surrey v Glamorgan report

12:51am Monday 7th April 2014

STEVEN Davies and Zafar Ansari took advantage of dropped catches to make half-centuries as Surrey reached 182 for five against Glamorgan on the opening day of the LV= County Championship Division Two season.

Mark Wallace to bring up milestone in Glamorgan opener

South Wales Argus: Pictured is Glamorgan County Cricket Player in 2014 Natwest T20 Blast Kit Mark Wallace. (5003559)

10:40am Saturday 5th April 2014

CRICKETERS are a superstitious bunch and Glamorgan captain Mark Wallace certainly isn’t going to jinx a landmark appearance.

New Glam spin king stepping out of Robert Croft's shadow

South Wales Argus: TALENT: Glamorgan's Andrew Salter

5:25pm Thursday 3rd April 2014

ANDREW Salter is the heir apparent to Robert Croft at Glamorgan but the 20-year-old off-spinner is intent on making his own name at the county.

Gareth Rees: Lord's can give Glamorgan the belief for promotion push

South Wales Argus: Gareth Rees: Lord's can give Glamorgan the belief for promotion push

9:51am Wednesday 2nd April 2014

OPENER Gareth Rees hopes that Glamorgan's trip to Lord's last year can inspire them to promotion from Division Two of the County Championship, writes Chris Kirwan.

Radford: Glamorgan capable of promotion AND one-day success

South Wales Argus: Glamorgon County Cricket Team Coach Toby Radford 2014 (4949246)

10:20am Saturday 29th March 2014

NEW Glamorgan boss Toby Radford wants to follow the Northamptonshire blueprint in a bid for success on two fronts this season, writes Chris Kirwan.

Monmouth welcome new cricketers as pre-season begins

4:45pm Friday 7th February 2014

MONMOUTH Cricket Club are on the look-out for new players and have just started training for an action-packed campaign ahead.

Batsman Bragg back at Panteg

10:32pm Thursday 6th February 2014

GLAMORGAN batsman Will Bragg will return to play for Panteg in the South Wales Premier League this year, writes Chris Kirwan.

Giles interested in England top job

2:46pm Sunday 2nd February 2014

ENGLAND limited-overs coach Ashley Giles is "very interested" in replacing Andy Flower as team director.

Glamorgan in frame to become ICC base

11:33am Monday 20th January 2014

GLAMORGAN’S Sophia Gardens is a contender to become the new administrative base of the International Cricket Council (ICC).

Hugh Morris excited by partnership with Glamorgan coach Toby Radford

South Wales Argus: Hugh Morris excited by partnership with Glamorgan coach Toby Radford

10:02am Wednesday 15th January 2014

NEW Glamorgan chief Hugh Morris is aiming to replicate his successful partnership with England coach Andy Flower when he joins forces with Toby Radford at the Swalec Stadium.

Glamorgan to host Sri Lanka A

10:01am Friday 10th January 2014

GLAMORGAN will take on Sri Lanka A in a one-day clash at the Swalec Stadium in August, writes Chris Kirwan.

Former Glamorgan hero looks to put injury nightmare to bed

7:01pm Wednesday 11th December 2013

JAMES Harris admits that the gruelling Australian summer is providing the perfect work-out as he bids to put his injury woes of recent years behind him.

Champions first up for Panteg

12:02pm Tuesday 3rd December 2013

SOUTH Wales Premier Cricket League new boys Panteg will start life in the top flight against champions Mumbles, writes Chris Kirwan.

Panteg's delight after getting Premier League green light

2:01pm Thursday 31st October 2013

PANTEG can start plotting their challenge in the top flight of Welsh club cricket after having their promotion to the South Wales Premier League rubber-stamped, writes Chris Kirwan.

No Glamorgan deal for 'disappointed' Simon Jones

3:22pm Monday 28th October 2013

FORMER England fast bowler Simon Jones looks to have bowled his last ball for Glamorgan after new chief executive Hugh Morris revealed he would not be offered a new deal for the summer of 2014.

Glamorgan's new coach Toby Radford sets out ambitions

11:27am Tuesday 22nd October 2013

GLAMORGAN’S Caerphilly-born new head coach Toby Radford has outlined his vision of making the Welsh county a team the nation can be proud of.

Wallace to stay on at Glamorgan

3:52pm Wednesday 16th October 2013

GWENT’S Mark Wallace has committed his future to Glamorgan, writes Michael Pearlman.

Glamorgan's Mike Reed hoping to reap benefits of England call

South Wales Argus: SWA ST 04/04/2013Glamorgan County Cricket Club 2013 photocall - Michael Reed (1369872)

8:02am Wednesday 9th October 2013

GLAMORGAN bowler Mike Reed is hoping that an England call-up will help him push to the next level in 2014, writes Chris Kirwan.

Michael Hogan targets team success after scooping top Glamorgan award

South Wales Argus: FINE SEASON: Glamorgan seamer Michael Hogan took 103 wickets in a terrific first year at the Swalec Stadium

12:03pm Wednesday 2nd October 2013

MICHAEL Hogan had a first season to remember but Glamorgan's player of the year is targeting team success to go with personal achievements in 2014.

Simon Jones: Glamorgan are on the up

South Wales Argus: FINAL FLOURISH: Simon Jones bowled superbly on his one-day farewell for Glamorgan at Lord's

6:02am Tuesday 24th September 2013

PACEMAN Simon Jones believes Glamorgan have made the rest of the country "sit up and take notice" after their run in the Yorkshire Bank 40.

Mark Wallace: Lord's can be Glamorgan's springboard

South Wales Argus: ON THE UP: Captain Mark Wallace, pictured running out David Hussey, believes Glamorgan will be spurred on by their Lord's loss to Nottinghamshire

9:02am Monday 23rd September 2013

GLAMORGAN, like Newport Gwent Dragons, are hopeful that bright times are around the corner.

Lord's agony for Glamorgan

South Wales Argus: Nottinghamshire's Samit Patel takes the wicket of Glamorgan's Chris Cooke as Chris Read watches on during the Yorkshire Bank Pro40 Final at Lord's Cricket Ground, London. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Saturday September 21, 2013. See

4:55pm Saturday 21st September 2013

GLAMORGAN suffered Lord's heartbreak after going down to an 87-run defeat to Nottinghamshire in the final of the Yorkshire Bank 40.

YB40 Final: Glamorgan v Nottinghamshire

South Wales Argus: GLORIOUS DAY: Glamorgan's Graham Wagg celebrates taking the wicket of Hampshire's Adam Wheater

11:00am Saturday 21st September 2013

Glamorgan take on Nottinghamshire at Lord's in the final of the YB40. Updates from the home of cricket.

Simon Jones quietly confident ahead of Lord's final

4:37pm Thursday 19th September 2013

WHILE Samit Patel has fired a warning that Glamorgan won’t be able to come close to an in-form Nottinghamshire, Simon Jones is happy to adopt a more serene approach to Saturday’s Lord’s final.

Jacques Rudolph pens Glamorgan deal

11:04am Wednesday 18th September 2013

GLAMORGAN have signed South Africa opener Jacques Rudolph for the next two seasons.

Not much day-one action for Lord's-bound Glamorgan

5:58pm Tuesday 17th September 2013

LORD'S-BOUND Glamorgan made the decision to rest Graham Wagg and Jim Allenby in Essex and the all-rounders weren't the only ones to spend yesterday with their feet up, writes Chris Kirwan.

Former Glamorgan batsman Mike Powell retires

12:13pm Thursday 12th September 2013

FORMER Glamorgan batsman has reflected on a "wonderful career" after announcing his retirement, writes Chris Kirwan.

Matthew Mott hails Glamorgan's team effort

South Wales Argus: GLORIOUS DAY: Glamorgan's Graham Wagg celebrates taking the wicket of Hampshire's Adam Wheater

7:02am Tuesday 10th September 2013

ON THURSDAY evening Glamorgan coach Matthew Mott called on his team to support their leading lights and on Saturday night he was lauding a team effort by his Lord’s-bound charges, writes Chris Kirwan.

Glamorgan to face Notts in final

8:38pm Monday 9th September 2013

GLAMORGAN will take on Nottinghamshire in the final of the YB40 after the Outlaws thrashed Somerset this evening.

Mark Wallace: Glamorgan will relish underdogs tag at Lord's

South Wales Argus: Glamorgan's Jim Allenby (right) raises his bat to acknowledge his half century  during the Clydesdale Bank Pro40 Semi Final match at the Ageas Bowl, Southampton. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Saturday September 7, 2013. See PA story CRICKET H

8:32am Monday 9th September 2013

GLAMORGAN have ended a 13-year wait for a Lord's final – now they want to break new ground at St John's Wood.

Glamorgan on their way to Lord's after stunning win

7:01pm Saturday 7th September 2013

GLAMORGAN are through to their first Lord’s final since 2000 after a Jim Allenby-inspired victory against Hampshire in the Yorkshire Bank 40.

Glamorgan able to prepare for Hampshire after early loss

5:17pm Thursday 5th September 2013

GLAMORGAN suffered a seven-wicket defeat to Kent in the LV= County Championship yesterday but the cloud does have a silver lining, writes Chris Kirwan.

Lawlor hits a ton at the home of cricket

South Wales Argus: MAGNIFICENT: Monmouth School and Newport all-rounder Jeremy Lawlor scored a century at Lord's

12:03pm Thursday 5th September 2013

CRACKING a century at Lord's is the stuff of dreams for most cricketers and it's become a reality for Monmouth School's Jeremy Lawlor at the age of 17, writes Chris Kirwan.

Hogan's hero as Glamorgan pile-up a useful lead of over 200

7:00pm Wednesday 4th September 2013

AUSTRALIAN seamer Michael Hogan recorded figures of six for 65 as Glamorgan claimed a useful 220-run lead on day three of their LV= County Championship Division Two match against Kent at Cardiff.

DAVID HARRISON SAYS: Pure joy to be one game from Lord's

10:11am Wednesday 28th August 2013

PUT it in your diary – Hampshire versus Glamorgan on Saturday, September 7.

Panteg on brink of title success after inching past Sudbrook

South Wales Argus: FP_BH_PANTEG v CHEPSTOW_3  24.8.13 Akhtar Balouch, batting for Panteg. He scored 84 not-out, a major contribution to the team's winning total of 177 for 6. Picture by Bill Hart. (951366)

12:01pm Tuesday 27th August 2013

PANTEG won a tense and closely contested game against Sudbrook at the Deepweir and are now virtually assured of winning Division One of the Glamorgan and Monmouthshire Cricket League and earn a place in the South Wales Premier League.

Hugh Morris to leave ECB for Glamorgan

South Wales Argus: GLAM RETURN: Hugh Morris has agreed to become Glamorgan's chief executive and managing director

12:01pm Monday 26th August 2013

HUGH Morris has left his role as managing director of cricket with the England and Wales Cricket Board to return to Glamorgan.

Sudbrook hoping to extend title race with double success

South Wales Argus: TOP SCORER: Opener Matthew Kinchin top scored for Sudbrook in their win at Abergavenny last weekend

11:32am Friday 23rd August 2013

SUDBROOK hope that they can notch their own double this weekend to pile the pressure on Glamorgan and Monmouthshire League leaders Panteg.

Job half done for Welsh Cup winners Panteg

South Wales Argus: WINNERS ARE GRINNERS: Panteg romped to Gwalia Welsh Cup glory at the Swalec Stadium

7:02am Wednesday 21st August 2013

PANTEG are still toasting the finest day in the club's history – but their job is only half done.

Rain devastates local cricket

12:17pm Tuesday 20th August 2013

IN COMMON with cricket across South Wales, almost all matches in Gwent at the weekend had to be abandoned because of the rain which swept across from the west.

Matthew Mott to leave Glamorgan hotseat

12:02pm Tuesday 20th August 2013

GLAMORGAN head of elite performance Matthew Mott will leave the club at the end of the season while overseas batsman Marcus North is making an early return to Australia.

Welsh Cup glory for Panteg

7:12pm Sunday 18th August 2013

PANTEG have won the Gwalia Welsh Cup for the first time after crushing Llandudno by nine wickets at the Swalec Stadium.

Local lads to spearhead Panteg's bid for double glory

South Wales Argus: CUP DREAM: Adam Harrison and Panteg will be looking to lift silverware at the Swalec Stadium on Sunday

11:02am Friday 16th August 2013

WHEN Celtic won the European Cup in 1967 all 11 of their players came from within a 30-mile radius of their Parkhead ground.

Wagg hails Glamorgan's vital victory

South Wales Argus: KEY FIGURE: Graham Wagg will be vital with bat and ball for Glamorgan in the YB40

7:02am Friday 16th August 2013

GRAHAM Wagg hailed Glamorgan's crucial Yorkshire Bank 40 success against Middlesex as the "win of the season" but has stressed the need to keep the pedal to the metal.

Jim Allenby signs new Glamorgan deal

South Wales Argus: FINE FORM: Jim Allenby

12:13pm Thursday 15th August 2013

GLAMORGAN all-rounder Jim Allenby has penned a new four-year deal at the Swalec Stadium.

Crucial YB40 victory for superb Glamorgan

11:25pm Wednesday 14th August 2013

GLAMORGAN boosted their hopes of making the Yorkshire Bank 40 semi-finals by beating Middlesex by 11 runs in Cardiff.

DAVID HARRISON SAYS: T20 pain is driving us on in bid for the semis

South Wales Argus: WINNING RUNS: Simon Jones showed as much composure with the bat for us as he did in his England days

9:02am Wednesday 14th August 2013

PART one of a vital week went to plan on Monday, now we need to maintain our push for the Yorkshire Bank 40 semi-finals in Cardiff this evening.

Jones: YB40 qualification is in our own hands

8:51am Wednesday 14th August 2013

PACE bowler Simon Jones is delighted to have put Glamorgan's Yorkshire Bank 40 fate in their own hands after showing nerves of steel with the bat, writes Chris Kirwan.

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