Clare shines for Derbyshire
Jon Clare took five for 17 as Derbyshire took the upper hand on the second day of their Championship clash with Glamorgan in Cardiff.
Derbyshire ended the day on 152 for six in their second innings, an overall lead of 187 after bowling Glamorgan out for 95.
Derbyshire were also indebted to David Wainwright and Ross Whiteley who put on 60 for the sixth wicket after Glamorgan had reduced them to 37 for five. Wainwright then shared an unbroken stand of 55 with Clare.
Following a patient start to the second day from Moises Henriques and night watchman Dean Cosker, after Glamorgan resumed on 37 for four, the wickets suddenly fell one after the other.
They lost their last six wickets in 11.4 overs for the addition of 37 runs as they slumped from 58 for four to 95 all out - Glamorgan's lowest score against Derbyshire since the 85 they accrued at Derby in 1970.
It all started with Tony Palladino removing Henriques' off stump before Clare found himself on a hat-trick.
He bowled Cosker and next ball captain Mark Wallace also watched his off stump cartwheel backwards. Graham Wagg did survive the hat-trick ball, but then went to a return catch in Clare's next over.
Glamorgan found themselves 85 for nine with Clare taking his fifth wicket to trap Jim Allenby leg before.
The 10th wicket added 10 runs before Robert Croft edged Wainwright's first ball of the match to slip.
Despite their first-innings lead Derbyshire lost a wicket to the third ball of their second innings when Wagg trapped Martin Guptill for a duck.
After reaching seven for one at lunch the visitors added a further 10 runs until Wayne Madsen was caught down the leg-side by wicket-keeper Wallace off Henriques, who struck twice more to remove Wes Durston and Paul Borrington as Derbyshire found themselves 37 for five.
But either side of tea the sixth wicket of Whiteley and Wainwright, who had put on 48 in the first innings, added more valuable runs to take Derbyshire's lead to more than 100.
The pair seemed to be comfortable until Whiteley was run out with a direct throw by Ben Wright running in from cover as he attempted quick single.
It ended the partnership of 60 in 29.4 overs, but Derbyshire's lead continued to increase as Wainwright and Clare hit consecutive sixes off Cosker and Henriques respectively before bad light stopped play with six overs still to bowl.