Showing news for Durham v Yorkshire at Chester-le-Street, Aug 16-19, 2010
Durham v Yorkshire, Chester-le-Street, 4th day
Aug 19, 2010: Skipper Andrew Gale rushed Yorkshire to a four-wicket win against Durham this morning, scoring 34 of the 54 runs they required at the outset standing they should stay in contention for the County Championship Division One title
Durham v Yorkshire, Chester-le-Street, 3rd day
Aug 18, 2010: Three late wickets by their former team-mate Mitch Claydon checked Yorkshire's cruise to victory against Durham, but with only 54 needed and six wickets standing they should stay in contention for the County Championship Division One title
Durham v Yorkshire, Chester-le-Street, 2nd day
Aug 17, 2010: Anthony McGrath made a superb century for Yorkshire as their Championship clash with Durham remained finely balanced
Durham v Yorkshire, Chester-le-Street, 1st day
Aug 16, 2010: Durham's Michael Di Venuto made a fine century but was the only batsman who came to terms with the Chester-le-Street pitch as 17 wickets fell on the first day against Yorkshire
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Why was it that Australia put in such a hazy performance in a match that mattered so much? Of the two teams they are the more experienced, the more used to winning and entering this week the more confident
England's selectors can reflect proudly on their decisions for the Edgbaston Test, but they will really earn their money in deciding who replaces James Anderson and what to do about an opener
Australia's selectors and management have been accused of being too harsh on Brad Haddin but the team's horrible display at Edgbaston suggests that they may actually have been too lenient, and not just on him
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Death of a Gentleman exposes how neo-liberal economics threatens the game, while also hinting at worse lying beneath the surface, leaving you feeling disillusioned and angry