Glamorgan 167-3 (Ingram 73 not) v Derbyshire
Early success for Derbyshire today was frustrated by the weather, before the visiting batsmen, led by Colin Ingram, saw their side to a decent and promising 167-3.
The rain doesn't appear to have slowed the outfield and the score zipped along at more than five an over. Mark Footitt was unfortunately costly with runs and no balls with James Whitaker in attendance and sixteen over steps by the Derbyshire bowlers in just 32 overs bowled was not what we needed.
Still, that is all the patient support got, as rain and bad light won the day and rather subdued the Festival vibe.
We will need to up our game tomorrow, that's for sure, as Ingram could take the game away from us before lunch.
Postscript - slightly surprised at reading the club Twitter feed, to see that the Lake End now appears to have been downgraded to the Pond End.
It is hardly a rival to Windermere, but I do hope, for history's sake, that normal service is resumed tomorrow...after all that rain, we may yet see the River End.