Glamorgan captain Mark Wallace believes his side's comprehensive victory over Kent is a "blueprint" for how the county want to play the rest of their campaign.
Kent were beaten by an innings and 11 runs with two sessions of their LV County Championship match remaining.
Glamorgan's second win takes them to fourth in the Division Two table.
"It was a great blueprint for how we want to try and win games," said Wallace.
"Bowling a side out on a good wicket first up, getting a big score and then doing it all over again."
"It was hard work but there were some good individual performances. Michael Hogan getting 10 wickets in a game on that wicket was brilliant.
"Young Andrew Salter in his first outing of the season handled himself well."
Wallace also praised the batting especially Jacques Rudolph (103), Jim Allenby (100) and Chris Cooke (96).
That was after Glamorgan had failed to score any individual centuries in their first seven games of the summer.
It was Glamorgan's first win in the Championship since they beat Surrey at The Oval right at the start of the season.