1771 – the first record of cricket in Wales with a letter published in a newspaper complaining about the noise made by people playing cricket in Swansea.
1783 – the first record of a match taking place (near Cwmgwili in Carmarthenshire).
1785 – first record of a cricket club being formed (in Swansea).
1864 – first “proper” county club being formed (Carmarthenshire).
1888 – Glamorgan CCC is formed.
1900 – Glamorgan become Minor County champions.
1921 – Glamorgan win their inaugural County Championship match, beating Sussex at Cardiff (as seen below with Norman Riches leading off his jubilant team.)
1923 – Glamorgan defeat a touring team for the first time (West Indians at Cardiff).
1930 – Maurice Turnbull becomes the first Welsh-born Test cricketer.
1948 – Glamorgan become county champions.
1948 – Allan Watkins becomes the first Glamorgan player to appear in The Ashes.
1951 – Glamorgan turn the tables on South Africa.
1968 – Glamorgan complete back-to-back victories over the Australians at Swansea (as seen below with acting captain Don Shepherd celebrating).
1969 – Tony Lewis leads Glamorgan to another Championship title.
1973 – England play New Zealand in an ODI at Swansea.
1973 – Lynne Thomas scores a century for the England Ladies against Australia.
1973 – Gowerton play in a Lord’s final.
1977 – Glamorgan reach their first-ever one-day final at Lord’s, with (as seen below) the Daffodil Army attending the Gillette Cup game with Middlesex.
1979 – Ynysygerwn play in the Village Cup Final at Lord’s.
1979 – Wales play in the ICC World Cup.
1980 – Marchwiel are National village champions.
1981 and 1982 – St. Fagans win consecutive Village Cup finals
1993 – Glamorgan win the Sunday League title as they beat Kent at Canterbury after Tony Cottey (seen left with Viv Richards) hits the winning runs.
1997 – Glamorgan are county champions for the third time.
1999 – The first ODI in Cardiff as New Zealand beat Australia.
2001 – Ynystawe are Village Champions!
2002 – The Glamorgan Dragons win the National League.
2004 – The Glamorgan Dragons once again win the National League and reach T20 Finals Day.
2004 – Sully Centurions win the village final at Lord’s.
2009 – Cardiff becomes the 100th Test Match venue as England meet Australia (seen below) in the Ashes.
2012 – Cardiff hosts Twenty20 Finals Day.
2013 – Glamorgan play in the YB40 Final at Lord’s.
2015 – England beat Australia in the Ashes Test at Cardiff.
2017 – Glamorgan play at T20 Finals Day at Edgbaston.
2019 – Sophia Gardens is a host venue for the ICC Cricket World Cup.
2020 – Cardiff is one of the host venues for The Hundred, with the Welsh Fire playing at Glamorgan’s headquarters.