Glamorgan followed up their six-figure signing of the Pakistan Test player Waqar Younis by unveiling a pounds 9m ground development plan for Sophia Gardens in Cardiff. They will make it an 8,000-seat stadium, complete with an indoor cricket school, new pavilion, museum, shop and media centre. Work starts at the end of next season.Reuse content
Australia yesterday called up Adam Gilchrist to join their Indian tour as a stand-in for the injured wicketkeeper Ian Healy. But Healy, who suffered a hamstring injury in Australia's two-wicket loss to India in a Titan Cup limited overs match yesterday, will remain with the squad despite an announcement by the Australian Cricket Board in Sydney that he would return home.