Glamorgan v Northants: Rain ruins second day's play at Cardiff
|County Championship Division Two, Cardiff|
|Close, day two: Glamorgan 134, Northants 145-5|
|Northants 3pts, Glamorgan 1pt|
James Allenby began a fightback for Glamorgan with two quick wickets before rain stopped play after just 70 minutes on day two at Cardiff.
Resuming on 108-3, in response to Glamorgan's first-day 134, Rob Newton was trapped lbw for 39.
And visiting skipper Stephen Peters (67) edged to Stewart Walters at slip.
Only 17.1 overs' play were possible before play was abandoned after tea, with Northants having progressed to 145-5 - a lead of 11.
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BBC Radio Wales' Edward Bevan: "Only 17.1 overs were bowled, but Glamorgan's bowlers soon made up for their indifferent batting the previous day.
"Jim Allenby was the pick of the Glamorgan attack, trapping Rob Newton and inducing skipper Stephen Peters to edge a ball to second slip.
"With only 90.5 overs completed in the first two days and unsettled weather forecast for the remaining couple of days, a draw appears the likely outcome."