The suggestion comes almost four years after Maynard walked out due to a behind-the-scenes dispute.
The former England quick missed last night’s four-wicket win over Warwickshire at the Swalec stadium.
Glamorgan captain Mark Wallace talks Glamorgan legends, ICC Champions Trophy and why Abergavenny CC means so much to him.
Glamorgan have confirmed the club has bid to host the International Cricket Council (ICC) at the SWALEC Stadium from next year onwards.
The Welsh Government and Cardiff Council are also involved in the application.
– Glamorgan Cricket statement
Glamorgan Cricket confirm a collaborative bid with Welsh Government and Cardiff Council has been submitted to host the International Cricket Council (ICC) at the SWALEC Stadium from 2015 onwards.
The positive working relationship with the Club’s stakeholders, primarily Welsh Government and Cardiff Council, has been a hugely important factor in the success of international cricket in Wales since Cardiff became a Category A Test Match Venue.
Discussions are at a very early stage and ongoing, with Cardiff being only one of a number of possibilities being considered.
The International Cricket Council (ICC) has confirmed recommendations over its future have been put together by its Finance and Commercial Affairs Committee, and are due to be discussed by the committee and ICC board next week.
– International Cricket Council spokesman
The recommendations, which have been put together by a working group of ICC’s Finance and Commercial Affairs Committee (F&CA), are to be discussed by the full F&CA and ICC Board when it meets in Dubai from 27-29 January.
The ICC will only make a comment on this matter once the Board has had the opportunity to meet and properly consider the proposals.
Cardiff is in contention to become a base for international cricket's governing body.
The International Cricket Council (ICC) is considering moving its administrative base from its current location in Dubai, either here to Wales, to Singapore, or Colombo in Sri Lanka.
The proposals have been put forward by an ICC committee, and are due to be discussed at a board meeting in Dubai next week.
Glamorgan have appointed former Middlesex coach and West Indies assistant Toby Radford as their new head coach, taking over the role vacated by Mathew Mott in the summer. Forty-one-year-old Radford beat Glamorgan stalwarts Robert Croft and Steve Watkin to the appointment.
Radford's post will begin officially on November 1st after Glamorgan secure final termination of his current role as batting coach to the West Indies national side where he has guided the likes of Chris Gayle and Shivnarine Chanderpaul in both long and short forms of the game.
Born in Caerphilly, Radford featured for both Middlesex and Sussex as a batsman and ocasional off-spinner during the mid-nineties before moving into coaching with Berkshire Minor Counties, while still featuring for Glamorgan 2nd XI.
– Toby Radford
"I am honoured to have been offered this position and look forward to working with Chief Executive and Director of Cricket Hugh Morris, and the playing and coaching staff of Glamorgan in bringing success back to the County I supported as a youngster"It was great to see the team reaching a Lord's final at the end of the season, and I believe we have a wonderful opportunity of building on this success and developing a team of which the Welsh nation can be proud."
Glamorgan have lost the Yorkshire Bank 40 Final at Lord's.
Nottinghamshire won the match by 87 runs.
The Midlands team set a tricky target of 245 for 8 in their innings. Glamorgan started strongly reaching 108/2, then a quick succession of wickets saw Samit Patel bowling out Chris Cooke, Jim Allenby and Murray Goodwin.
Glamorgan ended all out for 157, with 7 overs left.
Patel bowls Allenby for 34. Glam 115/4 in the 22nd over
After 20 overs: Glamorgan 108/3 10 runs ahead of #Outlaws at the half way stage
Glamorgan face Nottinghamshire in the YB40 final at Lord's. It is Glamorgan's first Lord's Cup Final appearance in 13 years.
Outlaws team: Hales, Lumb, Taylor, Patel, Hussey, Read (c) (wkt), Mullaney, Broad, Swann, Shahzad, Gurney
Glam - Rees, Wallace, Cooke, Allenby, Goodwin, Wright, Wagg, Salter, Cosker, Hogan and S Jones.
Australia's Clint McKay takes a rare three wickets in three balls at the Swalec Stadium to reduce England to 8-3 as they attempt to level the one-day international series. England are still chasing more than 200 runs to win the match in Cardiff.
The SWALEC Stadium in Cardiff will welcome it's 100,000th fan through the gates today as England and Australia meet in the fourth One Day International. Over 14,000 tickets have been sold for today's fixture.
– Simon White, Glamorgan Commercial Director
Since the stadium was re-developed in 2008, before the Ashes the following year, international cricket at the venue has seen a dramatic increase in supporter numbers which is extremely heartening, especially given the fact that we are celebrating our 125th anniversary this year.