GLOUCESTERSHIRE wrapped up the Glamorgan innings in the first session on day two of their LV= County Championship Division Two clash in Cardiff.
Resuming on 47 for six after a rain-curtailed first day, Glamorgan were dismissed for 145 with Graham Wagg undefeated on 54.
It could have been even better for Gloucestershire but for a last-wicket partnership of 73 between Wagg and Michael Hogan. Hogan eventually fell to Taylor for 23.
Gloucestershire shared the wickets around with Will Gidman and David Payne picking up three apiece and Matt Taylor and James Fuller two each.
Payne began the day on a hat-trick after taking two wickets with his final two deliveries yesterday but he was denied three in a row by Wagg.