Result: James Allenby century downs spirited Middlesex Panthers

Michael Hogan of Glamorgan celebrates with Darren Sammy of Glamorgan after taking the wicket of Adam Ball of Kent during the NatWest t20 Blast match between Glamorgan and Kent Spitfires at The Swalec Stadium on June 13, 2014
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James Allenby's century gives Glamorgan a six-wicket win over Middlesex Panthers in their T20 Blast encounter.

James Allenby scored an impressive century as Glamorgan beat Middlesex Panthers by six wickets in their T20 Blast clash at Old Deer Park tonight.

A spirited innings saw the bottom-placed Panthers elect to bat as Eoin Morgan's side set a target of 184 - their second-highest total of the competition thus far.

Dawid Malan took Glamorgan for an unbeaten half-century to end their innings on 64*, while Morgan and Dan Christian also provided valuable contributions with runs of 41 and 48 respectively.

However, Allenby and co proved equal to the task of 184. The skipper and Jacques Rudolph formed a formidable opening partnership, taking some 130 runs between them before Neil Dexter finally broke up the pairing by dismissing Rudolph for 42.

Allenby was dismissed by James Harris on 105 in the closing stages, but his contribution was enough as Stewart Walters and Chris Cooke helped Glamorgan over the line to finish on 187-4 and seal their 10th victory of the T20 Blast campaign.

Worcestershire's Jack Shantry celebrates taking a wicket on April 24, 2011.
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