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德比郡通過Leus du Plooy的77分和Wayne Madsen的66分進行了抵抗，然後落荒而逃。
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Glamorgan wrapped up victory by an innings and 24 runs over Derbyshire to keep themselves in the promotion race going into the final week.
Derbyshire resisted through Leus du Plooy's 77 and 66 from Wayne Madsen before falling away.
Glamorgan faced having to overcome a Middlesex lead of nine points in the last round.
Glamorgan are away to Sussex on Monday 26 September while rivals Middlesex are away to Worcestershire.
Madsen and du Plooy took their overnight partnership to 128 before du Plooy, on 66, played no shot to one which jagged back from veteran Michael Hogan, playing his final match on the ground.
Harry Came went quickly, leg-before to Ajaz Patel for two, with Derbyshire five down at lunch.
First innings hero Anuj Dal settled in well but was given out caught behind on 25, much to his amazement, as Harris started to find some swing with the old ball.
Andrew Salter inflicted a pair on Alex Thomson while Madsen chopped one from Harris onto his leg stump after four hours at the crease as three wickets fell in consecutive overs.
Sam Conners struck a few defiant blows in his 23 before top-edging Hogan to fine leg and van der Gugten sealed the result with the limping Ben Aitchison caught behind for 12 before Hogan led the team off to a rousing reception.
Derbyshire, who host Leicestershire in their final match, saw their slim remaining hopes of promotion disappear. They were left to reflect on their unexpected decision to bowl first, allowing home skipper David Lloyd to hit a triple century.