An Evening with Terry Davies - 27 January @1900

3 Jan 2022 | Cricket

Arrangements for the first Museum talk of 2022 have been finalized with Terry Davies, the former Glamorgan wicket-keeper, being the guest speaker at the online event on the evening of Thursday, 27 January.

“An Evening with Terry Davies” will start via ZOOM at 1900 with the former wicket-keeper looking back on his professional playing career, initially with the MCC groundstaff at Lord’s during the late 1970s, before joining the Glamorgan staff as Eifion Jones’ deputy behind the stumps and subsequently playing for the Welsh county alongside the likes of overseas stars Javed Miandad, Ezra Moseley and Winston Davis, plus South African-born all-rounder Rodney Ontong, and the emerging young players including Hugh Morris, Greg Thomas and Matthew Maynard.

Terry emigrated to Australia at the end of the 1986 season, and during the talk he will reflect on his time leading Bankstown CC to a pair of Sydney Grade Premiership titles alongside the Waugh twins, Steve and Mark, as well as his work as a state selector with New South Wales and Marketing Manager for South Australia. Terry subsequently became Chief Executive of the South Australian Cricket Association, before becoming the General Manager of the Etihad Stadium in Melbourne and subsequently moving to New Zealand where he is Chief Executive of Dunedin Venues.

Attendance at this virtual event will be free of charge with those wishing to attend being asked to send an email to by 1700 on Wednesday, 26 January. A confirmation reply will be sent out, together with further instructions about the event on ZOOM and logon details.

We also welcome questions in advance so please send details of any questions for Terry to . A copy of the event will also be placed afterwards on the Glamorgan website.