Two half-centuries from David Hussey and GraemeSwann's best bowling figures since 2003 were not enough to preventNottinghamshire spinning to their first Championship defeat of the seasonagainst Glamorgan.

Glamorgan 429 (Ealham 3-45)
Notts 364 (Hussey 98, Gallian 78, Ealham74, Wagh 57)
Glamorgan 197 (Swann 7-100)
Notts 207 (Hussey 63, Wagh 50)

Glamorgan won by 55 runs
Glamorgan 21 points, Notts 7 points

After Glamorgan won the toss and chose tobat, Notts had the home side in deep trouble at 193-8 on the first day.

But they were let off the hook as veteranRobert Croft combined with 17-year-old James Harris to put on a club record 185for the ninth wicket.

A century partnership between Jason Gallianand Mark Wagh got Notts starting well, before four middle order wickets fellfor 56 runs.

David Hussey and Mark Ealham staged arecovery of their own with all-rounder Ealham posting his first half-century ofthe season.

A lucky catch from Gareth Rees removedHussey two short of his century, with the ball lodging in the fielder's midriffat silly point.

Notts got a warning about the state of thepitch when off-spinners Croft and Dean Cosker took the new ball, and it provedto be a spinner's paradise as Swann tore through the Glamorgan line-up in theirsecond innings.

It was the 28-year-old's first seven wickethaul since June 2003 but the target of 263 proved too much as only Wagh, Husseyand Swann offered any resistance.

Swann was last man to fall, bowled by AlexWharf, as Notts were left to rue the crucial partnership between Croft andHarris.