GLAMORGAN have confirmed that they won't be making their annual trip to north Wales this season.

The Welsh outfit were due to face Nottinghamshire in Division Two of the County Championship in Colwyn Bay between August 23-26, but plans to play at any outgrounds have been scrapped due to the coronavirus crisis.

Glamorgan chief executive, Hugh Morris, said: “We were looking forward to our annual fixtures in Swansea and Colwyn Bay, and taking one-day cricket to Newport for our 2020 season.

"It is with regret that we today announce that the logistical challenges of hosting out-ground cricket simply cannot be met in this current, uncertain climate.

“The domestic fixture schedule for 2020 has yet to be determined, but if cricket is able to safely return, our focus for the season will be on hosting all matches at our main venue, Sophia Gardens.

"We remain committed to taking Glamorgan games across Wales for wider communities to enjoy, when we are able to do so safely and securely.”

The statement posted by Glamorgan added: "The ECB and the 18 first-class counties are still working together to develop a fixture list that balances the demands of domestic and international cricket alongside the demands of public health and safety."