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Durham v Derbyshire, Chester-le-Street, 2nd day
Jul 9, 2013: Chris Rushworth knows he might just be a stand-in until Graham Onions is released by England at Trent Bridge but he busied himself all the same with six Derbyshire wickets
May 3, 2013: Durham have given up the chance to host India and Australia during the 2014 and 2015 seasons
Jul 7, 2012: Yorkshire will try to reinvigorate Steve Harmison's ailing career to keep their promotion challenge on track after signing the former England fast bowler on a short-term loan deal from Durham.
Australia in England 2012
Jul 5, 2012: England's offspinner Graeme Swann has been rested from the final two fixtures in the NatWest Series against Australia
Jul 3, 2012: Paul Collingwood has replaced Phil Mustard as Durham captain as the county try to pull around a season that sees them threatened with relegation from Division One of County Championship.
Jun 28, 2010: Durham County Cricket Club has posted profits of almost £200,000 for the last financial year
England & Wales Cricket Board
Jul 30, 2009: Ashes cricket will be heading to the North-East for the first time in 2013, after the England & Wales Cricket Board accepted the recommendation of the independent Major Match Group
England v West Indies, 2nd npower Test, Chester-le-Street, 1st day
May 14, 2009: Andrew McGlashan presents the plays of the day from Chester-le-Street
Sep 5, 2008: Durham have unveiled plans for a £45million development of Chester-le-Street which will increase the capacity by 4000 seats to 20,000 and includes the installation of floodlights
Mar 1, 2007: The former England opener, Geoff Cook, has been appointed as the new head coach at Durham, following the resignation of Martyn Moxon
Test match tickets selling fast
Jan 25, 2007: England's Ashes drubbing appears to have done nothing to dampen the enthusiasm of their home supporters, certainly not in the North-East
Club bid to bring the Ashes to the North East
Feb 20, 2006: England's defence of the Ashes is still nine months away, yet Durham's attention to the 2009 series, in England, has already begun
Mar 31, 2003: Zimbabwe have confirmed that their tour of England this summer will go ahead, including their clash with England in the second npower Test match at the Riverside, Chester-le-Street
After the tragedy of Phillip Hughes' death, this match showed that cricket and life will continue to go on. This time Test cricket dug in and got through to tea.
After a long time we have seen an Indian team and captain enjoy the challenge of trying to overcome stronger opposition in an overseas Test