Head Coach Robert Croft was full of praise for captain Michael Hogan who picked up 5/49 during Glamorgan's draw with Middlesex at Lord's.
Despite the poor weather, Glamorgan were able to secure maximum bowling points and came away from the match with eight points to Middlesex' six.
“It was good to pick up the bowling points,” said Croft.
“I think we could have bowled better but I’m particularly pleased to see Michael Hogan get five wickets at Lord’s and there was also a bit of confidence and form for Timm van der Gugten, so they would be the two standouts from this game."
Croft is now looking forward to Glamorgan's first home match of the season - a Specsavers County Championship games against Kent starting on Friday.
“It will be nice for our home fans to come and watch us play. We’ve started with a win and some points here and hopefully we’ll put in another good performance against Kent."