He struck 10 fours along with a six in the 78 ball knock and added 75 for that eighth wicket with Wagg.
Skipper Jacques Rudolph#8217;s decision revisit the top order brought to Wallace moving lower to number nine and that he responded by looking into making an unbeaten 67.
Glamorgan had started again on 118-5 after 15 wickets choose to go lower around the opening day and a mix of Will Bragg and also the lower order gained them a significant first innings advantage.
— Worcestershire CCC (@WorcsCCC) August 14, 2016
Tom Fell and Joe Clarke breathed existence back to promotion-chasing after Worcestershire#8217;s victory hopes by having an unbroken third wicket stand of 95 against Glamorgan on day two County Championship clash at New Road.
Fell continued to accomplish his second Championship 50, from 101 deliveries with nine fours, since coming back aside after receiving the all obvious in the fight against cancer.