Glamorgan sit third in the T20 Blast South Group after their 8 wicket win over Hampshire. It's their fifth T20 win in a row - a club record.Read the full story ›
Australian international Joe Burns is set to join Glamorgan in place of injured countryman Shaun Marsh for the remainder to the T20 BlastRead the full story ›
The Welsh county lost by 8 wickets at the SWALEC Stadium. An unbeaten 88 from captain Luke Wright seeing Sussex home with 8 balls to spare.Read the full story ›
Glamorgan sealed their first T20 Finals Day appearance for 13 years after beating Leicestershire by nine-wickets in Cardiff.Read the full story ›
First Minister Carwyn Jones has called for Wales to have an international one-day cricket team.
Jones' comments, during First Minster's Questions, come after Ireland were awarded full membership to the International Cricket Council last month and given the go-ahead to play Test matches against the world's best.
Scotland also play one-day internationals as a separate entity, and now Wales' foremost politician has suggested the country should follow suit provided there was no "financial hit" on Glamorgan County Cricket Club.
Certainly a one-day team, not a Test team. I don't think we are playing close to that level. But it is odd that we see Ireland and Scotland playing in international tournaments and not Wales.
We did have a one-day team at one point for a few years.
I know there are concerns in Glamorgan because of the financial advantage they get being part of the England and Wales Cricket Board.
But from my perspective I'd very much like to see us represented internationally at cricket as long as, of course, there's no financial hit on Glamorgan and their ability to play at the highest level.
The International Cricket Council (ICC) will review security arrangements made for the Champions Trophy next month.Read the full story ›
The head of Glamorgan CCC hopes Cardiff will be awarded one of the new city-based teams in a new 20/20 competition to rival the IPL.Read the full story ›
John Derrick was one of Glamorgan's most successful coaches having won the National One-Day League in 2002 and 2004.Read the full story ›
Glamorgan County Cricket Club have concluded their search for a new Head Coach with the appointment of Robert Croft.
Croft, 45, has signed a rolling contract at The SSE SWALEC after emerging as the preferred candidate following a recruitment process led by Chief Executive Hugh Morris.
Robert was the outstanding candidate in the recruitment process and his record of achievement as a Glamorgan player and an international cricketer further enhanced the impression that he made when he laid out his coaching vision.
His long association with the Club, his knowledge of the squad and his vision for the future were the most significant elements of his interview and we are very pleased that he has accepted this opportunity.
All rounder Craig Meschede has completed a permanent move to Glamorgan CCC following a successful loan spell at the county last season.Read the full story ›