Marchant de Lange’s five-for and Colin Ingram’s ton sealed a three-wicket victory for Glamorgan against Hampshire in the One Day Cup.
Hampshire vs Glamorgan
Despite James Vince (178) breaking the record for Hampshire’s highest ever one-day score, Colin Ingram crashed the party to set up their run chase with a brutal 115 off 78 deliveries at the Rose Bowl on Friday.
The Warriors all-rounder hit a brutal six sixes on his way to a 70-ball ton, as he reached a new milestone by bringing up 7 000 List A runs. This continued a fine run of form for the 31-year-old, who hit 142 on 7 May against Essex, followed by 53, and bowling figures of 4-39 against Middlesex last time out.
After Ingram led his side to 295-6 (46.3 overs), it was Christopher Cooke (59 off 27 balls) who put in an incredible match-winning knock, taking the visitors over the line with a maximum and a ball to spare.
Ingram ended on 115 off 78 balls (five fours, seven sixes) as the leading scorer in his side’s innings.
Jacques Rudolph scored a cameo 32-ball 28 for Hampshire, while Rilee Rossouw, coming off a blazing 156, contributed to Glamorgan’s total of 332-6 with a 27-ball 35.
De Lange was Glamorgan’s top wicket-taker, taking a maiden five-for of 5-49, while Kyle Abbott could only manage 1-68 as Glamorgan’s posted 334-7 for victory.
Leicestershire vs Northamptonshire
Elsewhere, Richard Levi, who opened up his One Day Cup campaign with a ton, scored his third half-century in four games as Leicestershire versus Northamptonshire ended in a no result contest.
The Cobras big hitter scored 59 not out for Northamptonshire before the match was called off after 16.5 overs of play.
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