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|Mujib Ur Rahman||3.0||0||23||0||7.67|
|Timm van der Gugten||2.0||0||28||0||14.00|
they picked four wins on the trot and they come into their next game, against Hampshire, brimming with confidence. Hampshire, on the other hand, failed to put an end to their dismal run as they lost to Somerset in their last match. Hampshire would now have to win all of their remaining matches to even have an outside chance to qualify for the playoffs, the chances of which appear to be extremely slim considering how the tournament has gone for them thus far.
Glamorgan went into their last game, at Sophia Gardens, Cardiff, oozing with confidence after three back to back wins and Colin Ingram back to bolster their batting. They came out even stronger as they advanced to the third place in the South Group with a nail-biting win against Essex.
Colin Ingram and Graham Wagg were the goto men for Glamorgan as they powered their team to 198 for 7 batting first. Glamorgan didn't have best of the starts as both their openers were dismissed inside the powerplay. Their skipper, Colin Ingram, announced his comeback in style as he raced to 54 in just 21 deliveries to take Glamorgan to 71 for 2 after six overs. Quinn was taken away for thirty runs by Colin Ingram in his second over.
Kiran Carlson, despite contributing just 11 to the total, played a useful hand as the Ingram-Carlson pair added 85 for the third wicket. However, Ingram was soon dismissed and Glamorgan found themselves struggling at 136 for 7 before Rory Smith and Graham Wagg added 62 for the eighth over. The scored 60 runs off the final three overs as Graham Wagg scored a fifty in just 28 deliveries.
Despite good batting by Essex batsmen, Glamorgan bowlers chipped away at the wickets at regular intervals. The equation was reduced to 24 required off the final 6 deliveries with Ravi Bopara still at the crease, but Michael Hogan held his nerve as Glamorgan defended the total by six runs.
Aneurin Donald, Craig Meschede, Colin Ingram, Kiran Carlson, David Lloyd, Chris Cooke, Graham Wagg, Ruaidhri Smith, Andrew Salter, Timm van der Gugten, Michael Hogan.
It was a familiar story for Hampshire batsmen against Somerset as they toiled hard to get an under-par total at the Ageas Bowl. Batting first, they somehow managed to get to 129, thanks to Sam Northeast's pedestrian 30 off 36 deliveries.
Middle overs were the part where it got most difficult for the visitors which is validated by the fact that they failed to score even a single boundary between eighth and fifteenth over. Their batting lineup consists of big names including but not limited to James Vince, Rilee Rossouw, and Sam Northeast, but their dismal performance has been a cause of concern for the management right from the beginning.
Hampshire tried hard with the ball as they kept chipping away at the wickets, but Johann Myburgh's brilliant innings kept them at bay. They dismissed Peter Trego and James Hildreth in quick succession, but their failure to dismiss Myburgh eventually saw them lost the match by six wickets.
J Vince, RR Rossouw, Sam Northeast, Tom Alsop, LA Dawson, Joe Weatherley, Gareth Berg, CP Wood, DW Steyn, RA Stevenson, Mujeeb Ur Rahman.
Before the tournament commenced, Hampshire were one of the favorites to win the title, but such has been their misery that they are now the candidates of the wooden spoon. Glamorgan have transformed their campaign with four consecutive wins, rising from the bottom four to the top four. Considering the form in the tournament so far, Glamorgan are utter favorites to win the upcoming fixture.