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Summary

  1. Leics all out for just 123 in 19.2 overs
  2. Glamorgan seamer Meschede takes 3-17
  3. Colin Ingram scores half-century in just 38 balls for hosts
  4. Glamorgan ease home in 13.4 overs

Live Reporting

By Gary Smee and Adam Williams

All times stated are UK

  1. Goodbye

    That was a slightly earlier finish than I was expecting!

    I'll be back on Thursday from 18:15 BST for Notts Outlaws against Somerset.

    Hope you can join me then.

  2. Still to come

    So, Glamorgan join Hampshire at Finals Day on 2 September at Edgbaston.

    Who else will be there?

    The T20 Blast quarter-final action continues here on BBC Sport until the end of this week.

    On Thursday, Notts Outlaws host Somerset at Trent Bridge while on Friday The Oval will be packed out as Surrey meet Birmingham Bears.

    Make sure you drop by and catch all the action.

  3. BreakingGLAMORGAN BEAT LEICESTERSHIRE

    Glamorgan 126-1 (13.4 overs) beat Leicestershire 123 by nine wickets

    That is as-easy a victory as you are ever likely to see for Glamorgan.

    Colin Ingram finishes the game with a flick to the leg-side boundary and ends on 70 off 43 balls.

    Jacques Rudolph provided fine support with 46 not out.

    Glamorgan are into their first Finals Day since 2004.

  4. Two sixes for Ingram

    Glamorgan 120-1

    Colin Ingram isn't hanging around now.

    Tom Wells is the eighth bowler Leicestershire have turned to but it makes no difference.

    Ingram smashes him over long on for six before pulling him for another.

    He follows it up with a cut for four. Glamorgan need just four to win.

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    Video caption: Colin Ingram hits Tom Wells for six
  5. for Colin Ingram

    Glamorgan 104-1

    Colin Ingram is some player.

    The South African goes to his half-century off 38 balls.

    He's making sure Glamorgan do this at a canter.

    They need 20 from 42 deliveries.

  6. 'Playing for pride'

    Glamorgan 96-1 (12 overs)

    James Taylor

    Ex-England batsman on BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

    "At the moment, you imagine this is a lost cause for Leicestershire.

    "But, you're playing for pride more than anything. You've got to try and do something to force a mistake or engineer something different from the opposition."

  7. Glamorgan 96-1

    Rudolph 42, Ingram 46

    I'm not sure what to call that from Jacques Rudolph.

    It was something of a reverse slog sweep which has flown to the point boundary of Colin Ackermann.

    What's easier than walking in a park?

  8. Glamorgan 87-1

    Rudolph 34, Ingram 45

    This is a walk in the park for Glamorgan.

    They need 37 from 54 deliveries.

  9. Glamorgan 85-1

    Rudolph 33, Ingram 45

    See you later!

    Mathew Pillans bangs one in short and Colin Ingram pulls it behind square for his third six.

    Ingram is five away from a half-century.

  10. Glamorgan 78-1

    Rudolph 32, Ingram 39

    That's simply a great cricket shot from Jacques Rudolph.

    Clint McKay strays slightly off line and the opener creams him to the cover boundary.

    Pure timing. The batsmen take five singles off the rest of the over - that's all they need.

  11. Glamorgan 69-1

    Rudolph 25, Ingram 37

    Jacques Rudolph joins the party.

    The Glamorgan skipper swipes Gavin Griffiths through mid-wicket to the fence, then smacks a couple more boundaries through the off side.

    15 come from the over and the Welsh county are surely heading to their first Finals Day since 2004.

  12. Glamorgan 54-1

    Rudolph 10, Ingram 37

    20-year-old spinner Callum Parkinson comes on and concedes seven runs from the over and no boundaries.

    Glamorgan are cruising now though. They need just 70 off 12 overs.

  13. 'Have to take your chances'

    Glamorgan 47-1 (7 overs)

    James Taylor

    Ex-England batsman on BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

    "You've got to take every opportunity when you have a small total on the board.

    "They might be basic opportunities like one of those two dropped catches we've seen, but you just have to take them to give yourself any chance at all."

  14. Glamorgan 47-1

    Rudolph 7, Ingram 33

    That is absolutely ginormous from Colin Ingram.

    The Glamorgan number three swats Cameron Delport WAY over long on for a huge six.

    That's Ingram's 27th max of the 2017 T20 Blast and he's now leading the way.

  15. Dropped catch

    Glamorgan 38-1

    Another one goes down. This time it's much easier though.

    Colin Ingram slices Cameron Delport straight to Clint McKay at backward point but he drops the simplest of chances.

    An absolute nightmare for the Leicestershire man.

  16. 'Glamorgan haven't panicked'

    Glamorgan 37-1 (6 overs)

    James Taylor

    Ex-England batsman on BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

    "Excellent from Glamorgan, good from Leicestershire as well.

    "Glamorgan haven't panicked despite starting slowly, but they've gathered some momentum at the back end of that powerplay.

    "It's not easy batting out there, but they've become used to the pace of the surface now."

  17. Dropped catch

    Glamorgan 37-1

    Oh, chance down.

    Jacques Rudolph cuts Mathew Pillans' first ball towards Cameron Delport at point, the fielder dives to his right but can't cling on. It was a really tough chance.

    Just to rub salt into the wound, Colin Ingram finds the boundary a couple of balls later.

  18. Glamorgan 27-1

    Rudolph 4, Ingram 16

    Despite the six off his first ball, it's a cracking comeback from Gavin Griffiths.

    The seamer bowls five dots.

    Batting is not easy.

  19. Maximum for Ingram

    Glamorgan 27-1

    Seamer Gavin Griffiths comes into the attack, drops his first ball short, and smack - Colin Ingram pulls him behind square and over the rope.

    It's Ingram's 26th maximum of the tournament.

  20. 'Wickets are key'

    Glamorgan 21-1 (4 overs)

    James Taylor

    Ex-England batsman on BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

    Jacques Rudolph

    "These two experienced international batsman have got to put the bowlers under pressure for Glamorgan.

    "But there's a little bit of flexibility now with this Leicestershire bowling attack by sneaking through a couple of overs from Aadil Ali.

    "The run-rate is creeping up a bit, but wickets are key for them."