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1st May 2016
Half-centuries from Arun Harinath, Steven Davies and Jason Roy put Surrey in a strong position on 371 for seven against Durham after the opening day of their Specsavers County Championship clash at the Kia Oval. News
27th April 2016
Only 14 balls were bowled on the fourth day of Durham's Specsavers County Championship Division One match against Middlesex at Emirates Riverside before the contest finished as an inevitable draw. News
26th April 2016
No play was possible on the third day of Durham's Specsavers County Championship match against Middlesex at the Emirates Riverside due to snow and rain.
Andy Wilson
26th April 2016
The coldest day in the long history of the County Championship? That's impossible to prove, but the players of Durham and especially Middlesex would take some persuading that first-class cricket has been played in less pleasant conditions than those at the Emirates Riverside on Monday April 25. News
25th April 2016
Durham opener Mark Stoneman enhanced his claims for England recognition by converting his 15th first-class century into an unbeaten 139 against Middlesex at Emirates Riverside. News
24th April 2016
Durham all-rounder Ben Stokes opened with a maiden over and took two wickets in his first action since England's ICC World Twenty20 final defeat, but Middlesex's top seven all made starts as they reached 358 for seven at Emirates Riverside. News
22nd April 2016
Durham and England pace bowler Mark Wood has undergone surgery on his left ankle.
21st April 2016
Ben Stokes and WWE superstars surprise Ravenswood Primary School kids with cricket charity Chance to Shine
Andy Wilson
13th April 2016
When Ben Stokes arrived in Bloemfontein in mid-January 2015, to link up with an England Lions squad that already included Jonny Bairstow, the prospect of both being recognised among Wisden’s Five Cricketers for the Year had to be considered remote. News
13th April 2016
England's 2015 Ashes-winners Ben Stokes and Jonny Bairstow have been chosen among Wisden's five Cricketers of the Year.