Glamorgan's fine run in Twenty 20 cricket came to an end as Gloucestershire emerged as comfortable winners in this Sunday afternoon top of the table clash, cruising home by 9 wickets with nearly 4 overs to spare.
In truth, it was a rather strange afternoon all round, as the home side played on the same used wicket as Thursday night's clash with Sussex, then chose to bat first and turning in a rather insipid display mustering only 119 in 20 overs. Solely Graeme Wagg, with an unbeaten 32, adding some necessary momentum.
The Bristol based men had no trouble knocking off the runs with Michael Klinger and Iain Cockbain stroking half centuries.
That said, Glamorgan still remain well placed to reach the quarter finals, and will be keen to make amends away to Hampshire this coming Thursday.
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