Further entries have been received by Glamorgan Cricket in the Ashes Partner Schools Project, with pupils from Builth Wells County Primary submitting their entry in the competition ahead of the First Investec Ashes which starts at Glamorgan's headquarters in Cardiff on Wednesday, July 8th.
Dean Cosker admitted that finishing with figures of 4/25 against Surrey, but ending up on the losing side was a bitter pill to swallow, after Glamorgan fell 19 runs short of Surrey's total of 147/8 off their 20 overs on Friday night.
After Glamorgan's 4th straight victory in the LV=County Championship Division 2, the first time the team have achieved this since 2004, Chris Cooke was unsurprisingly delighted at the run the team are on.
Glamorgan Captain Jacques Rudolph was full of praise for the team's bowling attack following the win over Middlesex in the NatWest T20 Blast at the SSE SWALEC on Friday night. Click below to play the interview
There's been an outbreak of Ashes Fever in schools across Wales as those working closely with Glamorgan Cricket as part of the Ashes Partner Schools Project have spent the past few weeks putting the finishing touches to their work and displays ahead of the opening Investec Ashes Test, starting at Cardiff on July 8th .
The new logo reflects the shape of the stadium to bring it in line with SSE's other sponsored venues - The SSE Arena, Wembley (formerly Wembley Arena) and The SSE Hydro in Glasgow - but still maintains the association with SWALEC known to cricket fans across Wales.
Ever since his Glamorgan T20 debut in 2011, when he hit 3 sixes in an innings of 22 runs off just 6 balls, Chris Cooke has been known for his big hitting. In 2014 Chris was an ever present in Glamorgan's NatWest T20 Blast campaign, scoring 246 runs at an average of 31.