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9th September 2015
A five-wicket haul from Graham Onions, plus half centuries from Mark Stoneman and Scott Borthwick, enabled Durham to take the spoils on the opening day of their LV= County Championship Division One match against Nottinghamshire at Trent Bridge.
David Clark
8th September 2015
Yorkshire require just five points at Lord’s this week to win back-to-back LV= County Championship titles for the first time in almost 50 years. News
8th September 2015
Paul Collingwood has signed a one-year extension to remain at Durham for the 2016 season. News
7th September 2015
Durham all-rounder John Hastings and Gloucestershire batsman Peter Handscomb have been drafted into Australia's injury-hit squad for the final three Royal London one-day internationals. News
3rd September 2015
Hampshire climbed off the foot of the LV= County Championship Division One table, and out of the relegation zone for at least 24 hourts, following a seven-wicket win over faltering Durham. News
2nd September 2015
After looking doomed a month ago, Hampshire stepped up their escape act in LV= County Championship Division One when they closed in on a second successive win at the Emirates Durham ICG. News
1st September 2015
Ryan McLaren marked his LV= County Championship debut for Hampshire with four wickets as they stepped up their bid to avoid relegation from Division One by dismissing Durham for 213 at Chester-le-Street.
Andy Wilson
28th August 2015
Derbyshire won a Second XI Trophy final packed with high-calibre names on away territory at the Emirates ICG Durham on Thursday night thanks in no small part to a loan signing from Warwickshire - Tom Milnes. News
25th August 2015
Samit Patel picked up four wickets for the second day running to help Notts Outlaws into the semi-finals of the Royal London One-Day Cup after avenging Durham by 49 runs under the Duckworth/Lewis method. News
25th August 2015
Notts Outlaws face a trip to Surrey or Kent Spitfires in the last four of the Royal London One-Day Cup after eliminating reigning champions Durham.