Glamorgan 54 for 1 (Hasan 32*) vs Leicestershire
Glamorgan scored 54 for 1 against Leicestershire as just 17 overs were bowled on the second day of their Championship match.
After Matt Salisbury was dismissed for 6 off David Lloyd, opener Zain-ul-Hasan led the way with an unbeaten 32.
Sam Northeast were 15 not out when play ended in the sun after a six-hour delay due to bad weather.
The first spell at 11:30 BST lasted just five dot balls from Chris Wright, which Ul Hasan faced.
Afternoon downpours followed a string of tests for umpires Paul Baldwin and Jack Chantry, and plenty of sweeping work for the grounds staff.
Wright’s first ball was driven straight by Ul Hasan and Lloyd, returning from injury, took a six off Salisbury’s first four deliveries.
Left-armer Ul Hasan guided a couple of boundaries through third man and found the boundary through cover-point as Lloyd looked to stake his case for a permanent place in 2024 after leaving for Derbyshire.
Northeast, meanwhile, were not out until their 19th ball, when Tom Scriven was bowled at slip for four, but two solid fours followed.
Both the teams will be in a battle to make up for lost time as all Division Two rivals have played more time in the first two days.
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