The next in the series of Winter Talks organized by the CC4 Museum of Welsh Cricket will be held via ZOOM on 28 November starting at 1900.
“An Evening with Tony Cordle” will feature an online talk with the fast bowler, who now lives in Canada and was a member of Glamorgan’s Championship-winning team in 1969 as well as appearing in the 1977 Gillette Cup Final at Lord’s.
During the talk, Tony will be reflecting on his career with the Welsh county which began in 1963. One of his finest moments came in 1969 when, during a remarkable game at Colwyn Bay, Tony recorded a career-best 9-49 against Leicestershire at the Rhos-on-Sea ground, but only after coming on as seventh change!
During the 1970`s Tony developed into a fine all-rounder in limited-overs cricket, making useful contributions with both bat and ball. In 1979 Tony took a hat-trick in the Sunday League match against Hampshire at Portsmouth, whilst in 1974 he shared a record partnership of 87 for the ninth wicket with Malcolm Nash in the Gillette Cup match against Lincolnshire at Swansea.
Attendance at the virtual meeting will be free of charge with those wishing to attend being asked to send an email to email@example.com by noon on 27 November. A confirmation reply will be sent out, whilst joining details for the meeting itself will be sent by email at approx. 1800 on 28 November.
Further talks are planned over the coming months with the speakers including Sam Northeast, Colin Ingram and Andrew Salter, Further information about these will appear shortly on the websites of both Glamorgan CCC and the CC4 Museum of Welsh Cricket.
The St Helen’s Balconiers are assisting Neath CC in offering hospitality for the Glamorgan v Lancashire fixture on Wednesday 17th August 2022.
With Glamorgan being the winners of last year’s competition, and Lancashire not having played in Neath since 1961 we are pleased to see them at this years West Wales Cricket Festival at Neath Cricket Club.
Please see the letter below for full information and the booking form for your use.
Your support would be appreciated, whether Corporate, Society or Club.
The Balconiers are celebrating their 50th anniversary this season and have been organising stay-away trips for 47 years. Consequently, we have gained an excellent reputation for offering the best value with regard to executive travel and accommodation and are the envy of all the other 17 counties.
If you would like to join any of the trips (see schedule below) please tick the appropriate box and return the schedule as per the instruction on the form.
All supporters of the Glamorgan team are most welcome to join these trips including those supporters that live away from South Wales who have the option to join us on a hotel-only basis.
Please download the three forms below for full details.
James Harris will be the next speaker in the popular series of talks held by the CC4 Museum of Welsh Cricket, with the online event taking on the evening of Thursday, 3 March.
“An Evening with James Harris” will start at 19:00 via ZOOM with the all-rounder reflecting on the highlights of his county career so far with Glamorgan and Middlesex as well as with various England age-group teams.
In particular, James will reflect on his dramatic first summer with Glamorgan’s 1st XI and how the seventeen year-old from Pontarddulais became in 2007 the youngest-ever bowler in the entire County Championship to take ten wickets in a match, as he returned match figures of 12/118 against Gloucestershire at Bristol. James will also be talking about his work off the field with the Professional Cricketers’ Association for whom he is now Chairman.
Attendance at this virtual event will be free of charge with those wishing to attend being asked to send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org by 17:00 on Wednesday, 2 March. A confirmation reply will be sent out, together with further instructions about the event on ZOOM and logon details.
We also welcome questions in advance so please send details of any questions for James to email@example.com . A recording of the talk will also be placed afterwards on the Glamorgan website, as well as on the Museum’s new website.
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