New Glamorgan batsman Nick Selman was undefeated on 35 as rain scuppered the one-day friendly with Cardiff MCCU.
Glamorgan ended the contest 162-2 off 31 overs with openers Mark Wallace and Jacques Rudolph scoring 37 and 44 respectively.
Selman shared a stand of 63 with David Lloyd.
The 20-year-old Australian-born batsman is aiming to challenge for a place in the top order ahead of the new LV=Championship campaign.
Glamorgan eased to a seven wicket win over Gloucestershire in their opening warm-up match in Cardiff.
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Selman earned a contract after playing two games for Glamorgan second eleven, having played most of the 2015 season for Kent seconds.
"When I came over a couple of years ago just training alongside first-class players over in Kent, that was a dream and a goal to get a professional contract," Selman said.
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"To get a contract here was great and hopefully I can break my way into the first-team in all formats."
Selman played cricket to state under-19 level in Queensland but did not make the senior team.
"It didn't really work out in Queensland so I was delighted when I got offered a deal over here" he told BBC Wales Sport.
"There's a lot of first-class players who play club cricket down in Australia, that's a very good competition so I think I'll be ready for it (the step up)."
Selman's signing is designed to provide added competition for top three places in the Glamorgan batting line-up.
"It's going to be tough (to break into the first team), but hopefully I'll have a good pre-season" he said.
"I prefer to open but if I'm needed to bat middle-order, or three or four, then I'm happy to do it."