BBC UK – Glamorgan limited-overs captain Colin Ingram says it would be a boost for Wales to be allocated a franchise in the new city-based T20 competition.
- Glamorgan limited-overs captain Colin Ingram says it would be a boost for Wales to be allocated a franchise in the new city-based T20 competition.
- Ingram has a winner’s medal with Adelaide Strikers from his first experience of the Australian Big Bash competition, the T20 tournament whose success the England and Wales Cricket Board is hoping to emulate.
- Ingram contributed innings of 68, 66 and 48 in the Big Bash tournament victory and was coached by former Australia bowler Jason Gillespie, who spent a year with Glamorgan.
- “I have been meaning to play there for a couple of years, and I know a couple of guys in the Glamorgan dressing room have been involved,” explained Ingram.
- Ingram will lead Glamorgan in the 50-overs One-Day Cup competition and T20 Blast, taking over from the retired Jacques Rudolph, while Michael Hogan continues to captain the Championship side.