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£3m retained loss for 2011 confirmed by Glamorgan

Glamorgan have announced an operating loss of £1.7 million for 2011, including £1.2m arising from staging the rain-affected England v Sri Lanka Test match. With additional charges being taken into account, including a stadium re-development project, the retained loss for … Continue reading

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Welsh Dragons to contest 2012 one-day competitions

Glamorgan Dragons are to change their name to the Welsh Dragons for the two domestic one-day tournaments in 2012. The county announced the change before the 2012 draw for the Clydesdale Bank 40 took place prior to the final of … Continue reading

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Russell resigns as Glamorgan chairman

Paul Russell, who was responsible for bringing Test cricket to Wales, has resigned as Glamorgan chairman through ill health. Following a four-hour special committee meeting today (July 31) it was decided to replace Russell with Barry O’Brien, a partner in a … Continue reading

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Test switch is major embarrassment for Glamorgan

The decision to move next summer’s England v West Indies Test match away from Cardiff is a major embarrassment for Glamorgan, who won acclaim in 2009 for their debut staging of the first Ashes Test of that summer. An England … Continue reading

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Glamorgan chief circulates explanatory letter

Glamorgan chief executive Alan Hamer has written an open letter to members explaining the background to the extraordinary events at the club. Last week the county saw Jamie Dalrymple, director of cricket Matthew Maynard and president Peter Walker all quit … Continue reading

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