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Durham v Middlesex (day 3, lunch)

1:05pm Sunday 23rd August 2015

AFTER a day and a half in which the Chester-le-Street pitch was a seamers' paradise, Durham had to turn to the spinners on a sunny morning after a Neil Dexter century put Middlesex in command.

Durham v Middlesex (day 2, tea)

4:28pm Saturday 22nd August 2015

GORDON Muchall, who is out of contract at the end of the season, prevented a total collapse by Durham at home to Middlesex as they rallied from 51 for six to 169 all out.

Durham v Middlesex (day 2, lunch)

1:03pm Saturday 22nd August 2015

BOWLERS prospered at heavily overcast Chester-le-Street as Durham crashed to seven for three in reply to Middlesex's 196. The score moved on to 20 for three at lunch.

Durham v Derbyshire (Royal London Cup, innings break)

1:44pm Monday 17th August 2015

DURHAM squandered a good start, not helped by three run-outs, before being revived by a late flourish in their Royal London Cup tie at home to Derbyshire.

Yorkshire v Durham (day 3, tea)

3:51pm Sunday 9th August 2015

 

Yorkshire v Durham (day 3, lunch)

1:02pm Sunday 9th August 2015

 

Yorkshire v Durham (day 2, close)

6:40pm Saturday 8th August 2015

TO say cricket is a funny old game is an understatement. It can be crazy and cruel, as Durham found to their cost on the second day at Scarborough.

Yorkshire v Durham (first day, lunch)

1:10pm Friday 7th August 2015

DURHAM had to go into their match against Yorkshire at Scarborough without Paul Collingwood and suffered what seemed a further setback when his deputy, Mark Stoneman, lost the toss on a glorious morning.

Leicestershire v Durham (Royal London Cup, innings break)

2:18pm Thursday 6th August 2015

DURHAM took advantage of Leicestershire's decision to rest their best bowlers and amassed their second highest one-day score today.

Gloucestershire v Durham (Royal London Cup, innings break)

2:51pm Tuesday 4th August 2015

DURHAM had no answer to the in-form Australian, Michael Klinger, as he plundered an unbeaten 135 off 114 balls for Gloucestershire at Bristol.

Durham v Yorkshire (Royal London Cup, innings break)

2:34pm Sunday 2nd August 2015

LIAM Plunkett returned to haunt Durham today, taking three for 40 as his former team-mates were restricted to 224 for seven in 43 overs in the Royal London Cup tie at home to Yorkshire.

Durham v Surrey (Royal London Cup, innings break)

1:54pm Friday 31st July 2015

DURHAM fought back strongly after coming under early fire from the Surrey openers in the Royal London Cup clash between the joint group leaders at Chester-le-Street.

Somerset v Durham (Royal London Cup, innings break)

2:11pm Wednesday 29th July 2015

BRILLIANT bowling by John Hastings just about kept Durham afloat after Somerset chose to bat in the Royal London Cup tie at Taunton.

Northamptonshire v Durham (Royal London Cup)

6:10pm Saturday 25th July 2015

PAUL Collingwood showed there's plenty of life in the old dog yet as he made his highest one-day score at Northampton.

Hampshire v Durham

3:22pm Wednesday 22nd July 2015

DRIZZLE prompted an early tea with Hampshire on 75 for five and 42 overs left. The shower was expected to pass quickly.

Hampshire v Durham (Day Four, Lunch)

Darlington and Stockton Times:

1:12pm Wednesday 22nd July 2015

DURHAM took a big stride towards victory on the final morning at the Ageas Bowl when they set Hampshire a target of 305 and Chris Rushworth struck with the first ball.

Hampshire v Durham (day 3, tea)

Darlington and Stockton Times:

3:52pm Tuesday 21st July 2015

ALTHOUGH Will Smith departed for 85 just before tea, it was only the third wicket Durham had taken in the day in what continues to be a stalemate.

Hampshire v Durham (Day Three, Lunch)

Darlington and Stockton Times:

1:03pm Tuesday 21st July 2015

DURHAM had to play the patience game at the Ageas Bowl this morning, taking only one wicket as Hampshire dug in for dear life.

Hampshire v Durham (day two, tea)

4:05pm Monday 20th July 2015

AFTER three wickets fell in the previous three sessions, six went down this afternoon with Hampshire reaching 80 for three at tea in reply to 421.

Hampshire v Durham (Day Two, Lunch)

Darlington and Stockton Times:

1:05pm Monday 20th July 2015

GORDON Muchall and Usman Arshad shone under the Ageas Bowl floodlights as they took their stand to 128 on a gloomy morning.

Durham v Warwickshire (Close)

Darlington and Stockton Times:

2:18pm Wednesday 15th July 2015

AN unbeaten 24 by Jeetan Patel, ably supported by Tom Milnes, carried Warwickshire to a two-wicket win against Durham at Chester-le-Street.

Durham v Warwickshire (Day Four, Lunch)

Darlington and Stockton Times:

1:06pm Wednesday 15th July 2015

WHENEVER Warwickshire seemed to be gaining control at Chester-le-Street this morning they lost a wicket, reaching 227 for seven at lunch with a further 38 needed.

Durham v Warwickshire (Day Three, Lunch)

Darlington and Stockton Times:

1:07pm Tuesday 14th July 2015

CHRIS Woakes, making his first appearance of the season for Warwickshire, took three for three in ten balls against Durham at Chester-le-Street this morning.

Durham v Warwickshire (day 2, lunch)

12:47pm Monday 13th July 2015

CHRIS Rushworth took three wickets in seven balls to have Warwickshire rocking on 12 for three during the brief passage of play which was possible at Chester-le-Street this morning.

Durham v Warwickshire (Day One, Tea)

Darlington and Stockton Times:

4:11pm Sunday 12th July 2015

DURHAM suffered a wobble after Mark Stoneman completed his second century in successive championship innings.

Durham v Warwickshire (Day One, lunch)

Darlington and Stockton Times:

1:04pm Sunday 12th July 2015

DURHAM'S decision to bat at home to Warwickshire was probably helped by their visitors fielding a depleted attack. Mark Stoneman continued his good form and was on ?? out of ?? for one at lunch.

Durham v Yorkshire (day 2, tea)

3:53pm Monday 29th June 2015

JONNY Bairstow and Tim Bresnan shared the highest seventh-wicket stand in county championship history when they put on an unbroken 366 against Durham at Chester-le-Street.

Durham v Yorkshire (day 2, lunch)

1:09pm Monday 29th June 2015

YORKSHIRE continued to dominate the clash between the LV County Championship's top two as Jonny Bairstow and Tim Bresnan extended their unbroken stand to 256.

Durham v Yorkshire (day one, lunch)

1:07pm Sunday 28th June 2015

WINNING the toss rarely offers a big advantage these days and it would not have been a straightforward decision for Paul Collingwood when he inserted Yorkshire today.

Sussex v Durham (Day Three, Lunch)

Darlington and Stockton Times:

1:06pm Wednesday 17th June 2015

A CENTURY by Gordon Muchall, rapturously received by the visiting fans, put Durham into an impregnable position at Arundel.

Sussex v Durham (Day Two, Lunch)

Darlington and Stockton Times:

1:07pm Tuesday 16th June 2015

DURHAM made good progress at Arundel this morning as they captured six wickets to leave Sussex on 135 for eight at lunch, 166 behind.

Durham go to top of County Championship table

Darlington and Stockton Times:

3:40pm Tuesday 9th June 2015

DURHAM moved back to the top of the table with their fifth win from seven games in the LV County Championship.

Durham v Somerset (day two, tea)

Darlington and Stockton Times:

4:08pm Monday 8th June 2015

DESPITE brighter conditions, batting was no easier in the afternoon at Chester-le-Street as Durham struggled to 140 for six at tea, leading by 104 Skipper Paul Collingwood dredged the depths of his experience to survive against the swing and variable bounce, while remaining alert to opportunities to put away bad balls in reaching 44 not out.

Durham v Somerset (day two, lunch)

Darlington and Stockton Times:

1:07pm Monday 8th June 2015

CONDITIONS clearly favoured the bowlers on a cloudy morning at Chester-le-Street as Somerset declined from their overnight 147 for four to 225 all out. But a lead of 36 looked useful as they quickly removed Keaton Jennings, leaving Durham on ten for one at lunch.

Durham v Somerset (Day One, Tea)

Darlington and Stockton Times:

4:01pm Sunday 7th June 2015

DURHAM failed to gain a batting point for the fourth successive match when they were dismissed for 189 after losing four wickets for three runs in four overs after lunch. Somerset reached 34 for one at tea with Marcus Trescothick on 26.

Durham v Somerset (Day One, Lunch)

Darlington and Stockton Times:

1:06pm Sunday 7th June 2015

DURHAM gambled on batting first in the LV County Championship match against Somerset at Chester-le-Street and were indebted to Keaton Jennings' unbeaten 48 for holding things together.

Durham Day Four Report: Durham top after six-wicket win

Darlington and Stockton Times:

11:55am Wednesday 27th May 2015

DURHAM needed only 42 minutes to complete a six-wicket win at Worcester and leap to the top of the table.

Worcestershire v Durham (day 3, tea)

Darlington and Stockton Times:

4:01pm Tuesday 26th May 2015

DURHAM enjoyed a good afternoon as the sun came out and Worcestershire's lack of bowling depth was exposed.

Worcestershire v Durham (day 3, lunch)

Darlington and Stockton Times:

1:07pm Tuesday 26th May 2015

THINGS began to go badly wrong for Durham from the sixth ball of the day, when Joe Leach edged Chris Rushworth past Gordon Muchall 's left ear at the third slip.

Worcestershire v Durham (day two, tea)

Darlington and Stockton Times:

4:27pm Monday 25th May 2015

CRICKET is becoming increasingly bizarre with last-wicket stands often being the highest of the innings. They don't usually involve a No 3 batsman but Scott Borthwick stood firm to reach a marvellous century and put on 95 with Graham Onions.

Worcestershire v Durham (day two, lunch)

Darlington and Stockton Times:

1:09pm Monday 25th May 2015

WHERE Durham failed yesterday, lowly Worcestershire succeeded by bowling the right length on a cloudy morning, reducing their visitors to a shambolic 73 for six.

Worcestershire v Durham (day one, tea)

4:09pm Sunday 24th May 2015

JUST when batting appeared to have become relatively comfortable after the sun came out, Durham took two wickets in two balls to leave Worcestershire on 178 for five at tea.

Worcestershire v Durham (day one, lunch)

1:06pm Sunday 24th May 2015

DURHAM failed to press home the advantage of winning the toss on a steamy morning at Worcester after taking a wicket with the second ball following a delayed start.

Warwickshire v Durham (day 4, lunch)

1:05pm Wednesday 20th May 2015

DURHAM were slithering towards defeat this morning, not helped by Mark Stoneman being run out for 111, until Paul Coughlin put bat to ball.

Warwickshire v Durham (day 3, lunch)

1:05pm Tuesday 19th May 2015

KEITH Barker continued to torment Durham as only he can when he took three wickets in six balls this morning to leave them on 182 for eight at lunch.

Warwickshire vs Durham (Day One, Lunch)

Darlington and Stockton Times:

1:35pm Sunday 17th May 2015

DURHAM left it too late to start testing Jonathan Trott with a short-pitched barrage from John Hastings and at lunch he had reached 42 out of 97 for two.

Durham's batting strength secures six-wicket win

Darlington and Stockton Times:

6:22pm Tuesday 12th May 2015

DURHAM put their recent batting woes behind them with four half-centuries as they coasted to a six-wicket win against Nottinghamshire at Chester-le-Street.

Durham v Nottinghamshire (day 3, tea)

4:11pm Tuesday 12th May 2015

DURHAM, on 240-4, needed only 21 to win when the third shower of the day at Chester-le-Street prompted an early tea.

Durham v Nottinghamshire (Day Three, Lunch)

Darlington and Stockton Times:

1:11pm Tuesday 12th May 2015

DURHAM got through the morning without losing a wicket in their pursuit of 261 to beat Nottinghamshire at Chester-le-Street, reaching 107 for one at lunch.

Durham v Nottinghamshire (day two, tea)

4:25pm Monday 11th May 2015

ALEX Hales and James Taylor bottled up their one-day expertise and dug deep into their reserves of patience as they set out to bat Durham out of the game at Chester-le-Street.

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