Club News

27 March 1999

Glamorgan recorded a 19 run victory over Lancashire last night in their day-night fixture at Newlands during their pre-season tour of Cape Town. New signing Keith Newell top scored with 50 as Glamorgan made 180, with Steve James chipping in with 31. Lancashire were then dismissed for 161, with Darren Thomas picking up 3 wickets and Owen Parkin taking 2. Full details of this and the other tour games can be found by clicking here.

Glamorgan C.C.C. recorded a profit of 111,921 in 1998 - this is the second highest figure in the club`s history, and one which was achieved despite 1998 being a very damp season.

Mark Frost, the former Glamorgan seam bowler, will be the new Director of Cricket for the Cricket Board of Wales. The 36 year old replaces Peter Walker, who will retire at the end of May after working for the C.B.W. since 1996. Mike Fatkin, the Secretary of Glamorgan, paid tribute to Peter`s work - " he has worked tirelessly to heighten the profile of the recreational game, enabling the placement of Cricket Development Officers in North Wales, Powys and South Wales to come about and raising sponsorship funds for a variety of junior cricket activities."