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Latest Result Lancashire 25-14 Glamorgan

Glamorgan 26-13 Essex

After the disappointing trip away to Devon, Glamorgan were keen to get back to winning ways at their home venue. First up for Glamorgan was Donna Thomas who got us off to a winning start with a 3-1 win and a 17.04 average. Next up was Leah Brown who was making her first appearance at home. Unfortunately for Leah she was on the wrong end of the score line going down by 3 legs to 1. Sam Bowen got us back in front with a 3-1 win and a woman of the match average of 19.30. Well done Sam. Further wins then for Eve Watson, Joanne Pugh and Nicola Biddick would get Glamorgan off to a great start winning 5 sets to 1. The men’s B was up next, and they got off to a slow start losing the first two games. Ralph Barnett was next on and after going down 3-0 staged a great comeback winning 4 legs on the bounce. Ralph winning 4-3 with an average of 25.67. A string of five consecutive wins took Glamorgan 6 sets to 3 up with Mike Huntley hitting a man of the match average of 29.91 in a 4-0 win. Essex would hit back winning the last three sets to level the score at six all. Glamorgan would take an overall lead of 11-7 into the following day. First up for the women’s A was Rhian O’Sullivan returning after representing Wales at the World cup. Rhian would get the team off to a winning start winning 3-2 with an average of 21.70. Claire Crocombe would be up next and would win 3 legs to 1 with an average of 22.50 and the woman of the match. Well done Claire. Further wins for Alannah Waters-Evans, Jan Robbins and retuning Welsh international Chris Savvery would give the women a 5-1 win. The women taking ten out of the twelve points available over the weekend. Well done ladies. The Men’s A was up next needing three points to get the overall win. The ever-consistent Wayne Davies would get the team off to a good start winning 4-3 with an average of 28.39. Further wins for Lloyd Browning and James Richards would secure the overall win for Glamorgan. Cavan Phillips would then win 4 legs to one with a very impressive 29.20 average. There were then wins for Graham Brooks 28.01, Dale Hughes 30.36 (Man of the match) and a comeback win by David Rogers 27.85 would see Glamorgan win 7-5 and 23-13 overall. Glamorgan are in third in the BICC table only 4 points behind second place Lancashire. The next game is away to Lancashire at the end of the month.

Devon 24-15 Glamorgan


A disappointing trip overall away to Devon this weekend for Glamorgan. After coming off a comprehensive win at home to Hampshire in the first game of the season, hopes were high for another win to start the premier division season. The women’s B started off with a 3-3 draw in a close encounter. The Women’s B player of the match was Claire Crocombe with an average of 18.02. Well done Claire. The men’s B were up next and unfortunately things didn’t go as well in the previous game. Seven of the twelve games went to a deciding leg and unlucky for us we lost six of them. Mark Challenger making his senior debut won 4-2 with a very respectable 26.84 average. Well done Mark. On to the Sunday the “A” teams would hope to get us back in to the game. The ladies A would be up first. Missing Rhian O’Sullivan who was away representing Wales in the WDF world cup the ladies drew 3-3 against a decent Devon side. The Women’s A player of the match was Jan Robbins with an average of 20.24. Well done Jan. Next up would be the men’s “A” who would be looking to carry on their very impressive form from their first game. Sean Fisher would get us going with a 4-1 win and a 26.51 average. We lost the next 2 but Cavan Phillips got us going again with a 4-1 win and an average of 25.52. Wins then for Wayne Davies 27.79 and David Rogers 29.54 would see us go in front at 4-3. Wins also for James Richards, Shaun Dibbs and Lloyd Browning 30.97 who is starting the show the form that got him selected for Wales led Glamorgan to a 7-5 win. The overall score was 24-15 to Devon. On a brighter note there are six Glamorgan players in the top 15 of the Welsh averages (unofficial). Let’s hope they keep up this form and we have a strong response for the next game at home to Essex.