Showing news for Durham v Sri Lankans at Chester-le-Street, May 7-9, 2002
May 9, 2002: Russel Arnold played an innings of great authority to steer the Sri Lankans to a draw against Durham after they had been forced to follow on.
May 8, 2002: Sri Lanka's batsmen were forced to follow on by Durham after they were bowled out for 167
May 7, 2002: Sri Lanka's bowlers made limited progress in a rain-interrupted first day of their tour match against Durham at Chester-le-Street
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