Day 4 end of match
Glamorgan 353 & 266/7 beat
Durham 342 & 276/7d by 3 wickets
Durham looking to get another 200 from 158/3 lost Clark good catch by Cooke from Hogan for 72...just a moment after Collingwood absorbed one. 177/4
Pringle made a good 41 to make it 258/5 just after Salter nearly levered a catch. He did just that to get Coughlin for 1 at 291/6 with the ball softening then Poynter for the 7th. Good spell. 276/7 at lunch. A sharp shower in the interval brought Collingwood to declare with himself unbeaten on 92 to set us 266 off 51 overs.
Run chase brought a slow start off some good bowling ..37/1 with Rudolph out at tea. Salter promoted to haymake against the harder ball. 50 up in the 21st. At 61/2 in came Donald...did really well to get 100 up in the 28th. 28 he made skied out to Cook. 104/3 to 108/4 when Lloyd was bowled.
Cometh the man cometh Colin Ingram..put on 72 with Selman including a 6 past the Cricketers pub and into the 22 yard area of the rugby field. Great knock 42. 181/5...in came Cooke to help get past 200 whilst Selman grew in confidence as the anchorman. 228/6 when Cooke perished in the deep for 31.
Bragg went at 241/7...Dai joined Selman who finished on 116 from 129 balls and batted like a millionaire at the end. 51st and last over 6 6 2....jubilant scenes.
Shame not too many in the ground on a Bank Holiday to be treated to the best of Paul Collingwood relinquishing the chance for a second 100 in the match and a sporting declaration chasing a win. Full credit to him and Durham who could have easily played seamers and gone off for the light. Cricket the overall winner .
Another famous win in Swansea..
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