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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.
"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
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.
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.
Cricket and Glamorgan will face Nottinghamshire in the YB40 final at Lords later this month.
The Welsh county overcame last year's winners Hampshire by 31 runs to book their place finally giving Glammy fans something to celebrate after an otherwise disappointing season.
Glamorgan have won Yorkshire Bank 40 game against Hampshire at the Ageas Bowl in Southampton by 31 runs.
Glamorgan were put in to bat first after losing the toss but made 234 for 4 in their innings. Hampshire went on to score 203 for 8, putting Glamorgan through to the final at Lords.
A six-year-old boy from Abercarn in Gwent is taking the cricket world by storm.
Harrison Parsons not only plays in junior sides at his local club, but also holds his own in senior matches - so much so that in one recent game he actually scored more than his father!