Somerset v Durham, Royal London Cup, Group A, Taunton
Jul 29, 2015: A record-breaking stand of 211 between openers Mark Stoneman and Phil Mustard helped Durham maintain their winning start in the Royal London Cup
Durham v Derbyshire, NatWest T20 Blast, North Division, Chester-le-Street
Jun 29, 2014: Phil Mustard struck a 25-ball half-century before Ben Stokes' unbeaten 49 ensured that Derbyshire were never at the Blaydon races by finishing a crushing, eight-wicket victory with consecutive sixes
Durham v Lancashire, Chester-le-Street, 1st day
Jun 15, 2014: The clash between two teams battling to avoid Championship relegation produced a rollercoaster opening day which swung back Durham's way via an unbroken ninth-wicket stand of 126 between Phil Mustard and Paul Coughlin
Durham v Nottinghmshire, Chester-le-Street, 1st day
Sep 17, 2013: Paul Collingwood should steer Durham away from trouble in their crucial match against Nottinghamshire as they closed in on the Championship title
Durham v Sussex, Chester-le-Street, 2nd day
Sep 4, 2013: Taking captaincy decisions after consulting the weather forecast is not normally recommended practice but Paul Collingwood will need to keep the forecast in mind on day three
Durham v Yorkshire, Flt20 North Group, Chester-le-Street
Jul 12, 2013: Phil Mustard hammered Durham's highest individual Twenty20 score of 91 in a 76-run home victory against Yorkshire at Chester-le-Street.
Leicestershire v Durham, FLt20 North Group, Grace Road
Jul 5, 2013: Joe Burns hit a career best 81 and Anthony Ireland claimed four wickets as Leicestershire snatched a dramatic 11-run victory against Durham in the Friends Life t20 at Grace Road
Yorkshire v Durham, FLt20 North Group, North Marine Road
Jun 30, 2013: Phil Mustard and Gordon Muchall combined to guide Durham to a penultimate-ball victory over Yorkshire at North Marine Road on a day that had the feel of festival about it
Durham v Hampshire, YB40 Group B, Chester-le-Street
Jun 22, 2013: Durham gave Geoff Cook nothing to worry about as they took over from visitors Hampshire at the top of Group B in the Yorkshire Bank 40 League with a six-wicket victory at Chester-le-Street.
Durham v Middlesex, Chester-le-Street, 1st day
May 22, 2013: Durham proved they have the credentials to regain the County Championship after getting the better of title favourties Middlesex on day one at Chester-le-Street
Lancashire v Durham, YB40 Group B, Old Trafford
May 6, 2013: Phil Mustard's aggressive 91 saw Durham race to a notable Yorkshire Bank 40 win over last season's semi-finalists Lancashire. It was Durham's first List A win at Old Trafford.
Nottinghamshire v Durham, Trent Bridge, 4th day
May 2, 2013: With a sprint finish to a marathon, Durham claimed a victory that speaks volumes for their character, their determination and their team spirit.
Durham v Yorkshire, Chester-le-Street, 1st day
Apr 24, 2013: Tim Bresnan took 4 for 41 on his first outing since elbow surgery but Phil Mustard's breezy 70 prevented Yorkshire taking full control
Barisal v Khulna, BPL 2012-13, Mirpur
Jan 20, 2013: Brad Hodge scored a half-century to lead his team, Barisal Burners to an eight-wicket win over Khulna Royal Bengals in the Bangladesh Premier League on Sunday
Auckland v Wellington, HRV Cup, Auckland
Dec 28, 2012: Phil Mustard's 97 not out was not enough to see Auckland home against Wellington as his side fell 10 runs short at Eden Park.
Durham v Glamorgan, CB40 Group B, Chester-le-Street
Aug 12, 2012: Phil Mustard plundered his second century in as many days to inspire Durham to a 59-run Clydesdale Bank 40 Group B victory over Glamorgan at Chester-le-Street
Durham v Surrey, CB40 Group B, Chester-le-Street
Aug 11, 2012: Durham's Phil Mustard blasted 143 from just 91 balls as Durham crushed Surrey by 142 runs in the Clydesdale Bank 40 at Chester-le-Street
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.
Durham v Nottinghamshire, CB40 Group B, Chester-le-Street
Jun 3, 2012: Phil Mustard and his cousin Chris Rushworth were the stars of Durham's 91-run win against Nottinghamshire in their Clydesdale Bank 40 clash
Durham v Scotland, CB40 Group B, Chester-le-Street
May 27, 2012: Scotland's second highest 40-over total proved nowhere near enough to test Durham in their Clydesdale Bank 40 match at Chester-le-Street
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