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Glamorgan resumed on 313 3 and had their eyes fixed firmly on a total of around 500, but had moved to 399 all out shortly after lunch. They lost their last seven wickets for just 64 runs, the collapse starting when Maurice Chambers removed both Michael Powell and nightwatchman Will Owen the latter albeit forced to retire hurt on 23.
A century from skipper Alviro Petersen helped Glamorgan dominate the first day of their LV= County Championship Division Two match against Essex at Cardiff.
massive 333 to win in 53 overs having declared on 296 5 mid afternoon, with audible complaints among supporters that captain Alviro Petersen had delayed his decision too long.
James Foster (10), Jaik Mickleburgh (10) and Adam Wheater (11) completed figures of 5 22 for Cosker, although the seventh wicket partnership of Graham Napier and Tim Phillips batted out the remaining 21 overs to help their side finish on 143 6.
Facing a stiff run rate of 6.4, Essex openers Tom Westley and Billy Godleman added 54 before Cosker and Robert Croft took three wickets in 13 balls just before tea. Cosker removed Westley (22) and Owais Shah (seven) while Croft trapped Godleman (33) lbw.
In reply, Essex, required to score 250 to avoid the follow on, but batting did not seem to get any easier for them early on as opener Tom Westley went to a superb caught and bowled effort from Wagg before Allenby trapped Billy Godleman lbw for 27.
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Maurice Chambers took Essex's second wicket when Petersen feathered one behind. He had faced 228 balls, with Glamorgan moving to 251 2 in the 76th over.
Michael Powell and Will Bragg took on the second new ball but only three overs from the close, Bragg (46) went leg before attempting to turn a ball from David Masters into the legside, with Glamorgan then sending in nightwatchman Will Owen.
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And thanks to an unbroken stand of 116 between Alviro Petersen (54) and Will Bragg (59), that lead increased to 162 as Glamorgan finished day three on 126 1.
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Glamorgan took 10 points from the game to Essex's eight.
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However, when Shah was trapped lbw by Owen he became the first of five wickets to fall for 48 runs. The main damage was done by Robert Croft, who had figures of three wickets for eight balls in 20 balls.
Stewart Walters went next ball while Mark Wallace, Jim Allenby also departed before Craddock picked up the wicket of Graham Wagg with his first ball of the morning. The leg spinner then claimed the final two victims to finish with figures of 4 89 from 27.2 overs.
silence in honour of Watkins involving players from both teams and 50 former Glamorgan players.
Glamorgan spinner Dean Cosker claimed 5 48 but Essex held on for a draw on the final day of their LV= County Championship Division Two clash at Cardiff.
Glamorgan had earlier resumed on 126 1 but then lost four wickets in 13 overs, with Will Bragg the first to depart lbw to Maurice Chambers having failed to add to his overnight total of 59. David Masters created much of the damage, with a burst of 3 5 in only 29 balls.
Owais Shah scored his second century of the season but Essex still trail heading into the final day of their LV= County Championship match against Glamorgan at Cardiff.
That was just after Petersen reached his second century for Glamorgan from 182 balls with 14 fours. By tea, they had moved on to 217 1 from 64 overs.
Tom Craddock took four wickets and Owais Shah and Jaik Mickleburgh scored half centuries as Essex fought back on day two of their LV= County Championship match against Glamorgan at Cardiff.
From 49 2, though, Shah and Mickleburgh guided Essex to tea and although the former survived a very confident caught behind appeal on 49 from Owen, they had respectively made 66 and 56 by the close, with their side closing on 160 2.
After an hour's delay for rain, Essex resumed needing 89 to avoid the follow on. But their opponents broke through in just the third over when Will Owen trapped Jade Mickleburgh lbw for 60.
After bowling Essex out for 363, which also included an unbeaten 92 from Adam Wheater, Glamorgan took a 36 run lead into their second innings.
He also had Petersen (77) lbw before Mark Wallace and Jim Allenby put on 119 for the sixth wicket, as Glamorgan slowly built towards a declaration.
The Glamorgan players were Michael Kors Jet Set Small Crossbody Black wearing black armbands in memory of former county and England all rounder Allan Watkins, who died yesterday aged 89.
James Foster was bowled behind his legs by Jim Allenby soon after lunch, but Shah then reached three figures from 233 balls with 11 fours.
backfired, though, with Petersen and Gareth Rees completing their half centuries just after lunch before the latter departed for 76, caught behind attempting a scoop shot off leg spinner Tom Craddock.
Petersen scored 133 out of Glamorgan's 313 3 after his opposite number James Foster won the toss in overcast, humid conditions and decided to put the home side in to bat.
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