LV County Championship - Division Two
Glamorgan v Worcestershire
The game was abandoned as a draw without a ball being bowled throughout the four days - each side taking four points.
Umpires Barry Dudleston and Steve Garratt made three inspections on the final day but despite no rain failing decided that conditions were not fit for first class circket.
It is the first time the Cardiff ground has had a four-day match completely washed out, poor timing bearing in ming it will host the first Ashes Test in less than 10 months time.
There was no play possible at Cardiff for a third day in succession.
The umpires had declared conditions alright to commence at 4.30pm but the rain returned to scupper any hope of play.
For the second successive day no play was possible in the Championship clash between Glamorgan and Worcestershire.
Worcestershire are pushing for promotion from Division Two but with half of the match lost to the weather they have little prospect of forcing a victory to extend their lead at the top of the table.
The Welsh region are also understood to have parted company with their chief executive Mike Fatkin.
The club have refused to comment but a statement from Glamorgan chairman Paul Russell is expected by Friday.
Worcestershire's promotion charge stalled when the opening day of their penultimate LV County Championship Division Two fixture at Glamorgan was abandoned without a ball being bowled.
Umpires Barry Dudleston and Steve Garrett inspected four times between 1pm and 4pm before deciding the outfield was too wet for play following overnight rain.
Worcestershire entered the match nursing a 16-point lead over Warwickshire at the top of the Division Two table.