|LV CC Division Two, Kia Oval|
|Glamorgan 209 & 156-0 beat Surrey 280 & 81 by 10 wickets|
|Glamorgan 20 pts, Surrey 5 pts|
Graham Wagg took six wickets as Glamorgan brushed aside Surrey after a dramatic final-day collapse in County Championship Division Two.
Resuming on 50-2, Zafar Ansari fell to the first ball of the morning as Surrey were bowled out for just 81.
Wagg (6-29) and Michael Hogan (4-31) tore apart the hosts, who lost eight wickets for 31 in just over 15 overs.
In response, Gareth Rees (75 not out) and Will Bragg (72 not out) eased the visitors to a 10-wicket victory.
It was a disappointing start to life in the second tier for the hosts as Glamorgan claimed only their third victory in 24 visits to The Oval.
BBC London 94.9's Mark Church:
"One session of cricket blew Surrey away as Graham Wagg turned the game on its head. It was a brilliant spell of bowling .
"It meant Glamorgan needed 153 for victory and Will Bragg and Gareth Rees took the visitors to their target in accomplished fashion to give them the perfect start to the season.
"Surrey would have arrived at the ground this morning with thoughts of victory but one bad session cost them the game and overshadowed what had been a good performance up to that point.
"But nothing must be taken away from Wagg and Michael Hogan for an outstanding hour with the ball."