One-Day Cup: Glamorgan's game with Sussex ruined by rain
|Royal London One-Day Cup, Swansea|
|Glamorgan 9-0 (6 overs) v Sussex|
|Match abandoned because of rain - no result|
Glamorgan suffered disappointment for the second game in a row as rain washed out their One-Day Cup fixture against Sussex at St Helen's.
After their previous match against Hampshire was abandoned because of a dangerous pitch, only six overs were possible because of the weather.
In that time, the Welsh county reached 9-0, with Will Bragg seven not out and captain Jacques Rudolph on two.
The umpires called the match off as a no result soon after 16:00 BST.
Glamorgan had left out wicketkeeper Mark Wallace, the first game he had missed since July 2011.
Depending on the outcome of England and Wales Cricket Board's deliberations about the pitch prepared in Cardiff for the Hampshire game, they are still in contention for a place in the quarter-finals with matches against Middlesex and Lancashire to come.
Sussex, meanwhile, remain bottom of the table and have yet to register a victory in this season's competition.