Gus Miller resiliently hit an unbeaten 35 as Northamptonshire 2XI were tested on another disrupted day of play against Glamorgan 2XI.

The 2XI started the second day 5/0, chasing 199 after a strong bowling performance on Day 1.

Openers Ricardo Vasconelos and George Hargrave started strongly with a 40 run partnership before Hargrave was bowled by Harding. The batting side then lost wickets in three consecutive overs as Vasconcelos, Buchake and Aadi Sharma all fell to leave the 2XI 77/4.

Gus Miller and Aum Raykar guided their side to 103/4 after 27 overs at lunch with Miller on 15 and Raykar on 7.

A rain delay meant that the break was extended to an hour but 5 overs after the sides came back out, Raykar gave Kellaway his first wicket after trying to hit the spinner to the leg side boundary.

The players came off yet again shortly after due to rain and came back for the evening session nearly two hours later with Miller and George Scrimshaw at the crease.

Scrimshaw was trapped LBW and brought Freddie Heldreich to the middle. Heldreich and Miller faced 48 balls between them before bad light called a halt to proceedings for the day and the 2XI finished 142/6, trailing Glamorgan’s first innings score by 57 runs.