The next in the series of Winter Talks organized by the CC4 Museum of Welsh Cricket will be held via ZOOM on Friday, 8 December starting at 1900.

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Photo Credit – Glamorgan Cricket Archives.

“An Evening with Hugh Morris MBE” will be the final session this year’s programme of Winter Talks organized by the CC4 Museum of Welsh Cricket, with the former opening batter and captain of Glamorgan and England A speaking, via ZOOM, on Friday 8 December starting at 1900.

Hugh Morris has had an outstanding career with Glamorgan County Cricket Club spanning over 40 years as a player and administrator. “An Evening with Hugh Morris” will see him reflect on his illustrious playing career with the Welsh county, including winning the 1993 Sunday League title plus the County Championship in 1997, in addition to his time – albeit briefly – in Test cricket as well as his work with the ECB prior to returning to Glamorgan during 2013 as Chief Executive Officer and Director of Cricket.

Hugh is standing down from his role as CEO at the end of the month, so during this ZOOM talk he will also reflect on his many achievements over the course of the past ten years as well as looking forward to the coming years and how the Club will continue to flourish. Attendance at the virtual meeting will be free of charge with those wishing to attend being asked to send an email to by noon on Thursday, 7 December. A confirmation reply will follow, whilst joining details for the meeting via ZOOM will be sent by email at approx. 1800 on Friday 8 December. The talk will be recorded and, in due course, a copy will be placed on the Museum website.

Link to Hugh Morris on Glamorgan Cricket Archives

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