David Harrison reacts after a chaotic Day Two saw Glamorgan blow away Kent's top order before a Darren Stevens epic took his side out of trouble.
Darren Stevens' 190 led Kent to 307 all out, after Glamorgan had reduced Kent to 128/8, with Glamorgan finishing the day on 55/2.
“Darren played well very there as he’s done numerous times in the past against numerous teams- unfortunately for us fair play it was an exceptional innings. and it came off.
“The way the boys bowled to get them 120-odd for eight was outstanding but Darren Stevens got the better of us.
“It can be hard because he got some good shots away and then it all happened very quickly, we missed a couple of chances in the outfield but fair play it was an exceptional innings.
“I’ve never known a day to be so windy but credit to players of both teams who got on with it, it was gloomy with rain in the air so to get to 55-2 was a good effort.”