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Glamorgan County Cricket Club Makes Final Bid For T20 Franchise

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 01 / 19 / 18

Glamorgan County Cricket Club put in its final bid to attract a T20 franchise and int'l cricket to Wales from '20, according to Nick Webb of the BBC. Glamorgan CEO Hugh Morris made his final presentation to the England & Wales Cricket Board and a decision is "expected in mid-February." Morris sa...

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