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    New day. New Manager - The fickle board of Durham having shown less patience than the Real Madrid President on heat. Rumours of a clash of personalities between Vimes and the 'Galacticos' Collingwood and Harmison had been rife and the parting was acrimonious to say the least.

    The arrival of new coach Richards was greeted by the players as they felt the man from Oldham was more in touch with the Northern way of life. Harmison's reward for the whispering campaign against Vimes was to be dropped. A spell in the nets might sort out the radar and the attitude. A multitude of other changes were made and the groundsman was instructed to make the pitch turn from the off. Neighbours Yorkshire were the opponents.

    Durham won the toss and put Yorks**** in to bat. Anthony Mcgrath and Michael Vaughan made progress to be 40-0 after 11 overs...

    11.1 Brown to Mcgrath - tries to turns it to the legside, leading edge Brinkley catches - 40-1

    14th over Law Replaces Brown
    14.2 Law to Lehman bowled, completely deceived the podgy Aussie.
    14.6 Law to Blakey slower ball, deceives him and pops it straight back to the bowler.

    Philips replaces Brinkley 15th over

    18.5 Law to Vaughan drives and edges behind, Pratt makes no mistake.

    22.1 Law to White, Smashed on the off side, Collingwood takes a flying catch at backward point.

    24th over Bridge replaces Law and bowls maiden.

    25.4 Philips to Hamilton completely misses the ball and plumb LBW.

    Overs 27 to 41 Bridge, Philips and Law keep it tight.
    41.1 Law to Fellows edges, taken behind and Law has 5!
    49.5 Brown to Richardson, goes for the big one, completly misses, Brown doesnt.

    Great Bowling performance - Yorks 148-8 after 50.

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    Durham v Yorkshire
    Super Cup - group match - 2 May 2002
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    Yorkshire - 1st Innings
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    A McGrath c Brinkley b Brown 19
    M Vaughan c Pratt b Law 19
    D Lehmann b Law 7
    R Blakey c & b Law 0
    C White c C'ingwood b Law 13
    S Richardson b Brown 35
    G Hamilton lbw b Phillips 7
    G Fellows c Pratt b Law 19
    D Gough not out 19
    R Sidebottom not out 0
    M Hoggard
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    Extras (nb2,w2,b4,lb2) 10
    TOTAL (8 wkts, 50 overs) 148

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    O M R W
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    G Bridge 10 4 19 0
    N Phillips 10 0 25 1
    D Law 10 2 34 5
    S Brown 10 1 34 2
    J Brinkley 10 2 30 0
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    1-40 2-50 3-50 4-59 5-72 6-85
    7-119 8-148
    Durhams reply was routine, Pratt and Peng put on 31 up topand Mann came in and scored a half century. An easy win and in the top 2.
    Durham - 1st Innings
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    A Pratt b Hoggard 19
    N Peng b Sidebottom 39
    C Mann not out 56
    G Pratt b Sidebottom 7
    P Collingwood not out 18
    M Gough
    D Law
    N Phillips
    G Bridge
    J Brinkley
    S Brown
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    Extras (nb3,w7) 10
    TOTAL (3 wkts, 36.2 overs) 149

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    O M R W
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    C White 3.2 0 22 0
    D Gough 6 0 17 0
    R Sidebottom 7 1 22 2
    M Hoggard 10 0 44 1
    G Hamilton 10 0 44 0
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    1-31 2-87 3-102


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    Durham won by 7 wickets
    Man of the match: D Law
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    Will post the second match soon

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    Next match and a toughie - Notts Away. Pressing for the quarters the team was unchanged. Stay in bed Harmi - you're not needed son.

    Having lost the toss we were put in to bat, Pratt and Peng sent out with instructions to blast the cover off the ball. Partnerships off 31 and 49 set the innings off well but we fell to 126-5. Law Bridge and Brinkley contributed well without getting a top score. Durham posted an average 239 all out from the 49.5 ball.

    With a strong Batting line up, Notts were heavy favorites. Brown struck early but he and Brinkley were milked for 4 and 5 an over as Bicknell and Peitersen took control for Notts. Missed catches were in danger of costing Durham - Mann and Brinkley the culprits. Graham Bridge came to the rescue, removing both in batsmen in a tidy spell. Phillips removed Azfaal and Law got Boje but at 216-5 with Johnson and Reid looking comfortable Notts were odds on. Back came Brown and Brinkley and they Skittled the lower order to give Durham a 10 run victory, last 5 wickets lost for 13. Brown the pick with 4 wickets.

    A victory in our last match will ensure a QF, i leave the team in good shape




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    Nottinghamshire v Durham
    Super Cup - group match - 4 May 2002
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    Durham - 1st Innings
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    A Pratt c Boje b Smith 14
    N Peng b Smith 45
    C Mann c & b Logan 40
    G Pratt lbw b Smith 0
    P Collingwood c Read b Stemp 12
    M Gough c Gallian b Logan 19
    D Law b Franks 35
    N Phillips c Bicknell b Boje 40
    G Bridge b Stemp 22
    J Brinkley c Smith b Stemp 1
    S Brown not out 8
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    Extras (nb2,w1) 3
    TOTAL (all out, 49.5 overs) 239

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    O M R W
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    N Boje 9.5 0 45 1
    R Stemp 10 2 46 3
    R Logan 10 1 47 2
    P Franks 10 0 41 1
    G Smith 10 0 60 3
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    1-31 2-80 3-86 4-106 5-126 6-161
    7-169 8-211 9-213 10-239

    Nottinghamshire - 1st Innings
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    D Bicknell lbw b Bridge 46
    J Gallian b Brown 5
    K Pietersen b Bridge 47
    P Johnson lbw b Brinkley 65
    U Afzaal c Brinkley b Phillips 14
    N Boje lbw b Law 22
    C Read c Brinkley b Brown 14
    P Franks b Brinkley 7
    G Smith c Peng b Brown 5
    R Stemp lbw b Brown 0
    R Logan not out 0
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    Extras (w4) 4
    TOTAL (all out, 48.1 overs) 229

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    O M R W
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    N Phillips 10 0 52 1
    D Law 10 0 38 1
    G Bridge 10 0 47 2
    S Brown 9 1 45 4
    J Brinkley 9.1 0 47 2
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    1-24 2-64 3-126 4-147 5-193 6-216
    7-224 8-229 9-229 10-229

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    Durham won by 10 runs
    Man of the match: S Brown
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    Next - Halsey

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    Well done Dave! Going well here!
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    Well played Dave - good thing you didn't use Harmy
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    I'm not going to do match reports, because we were ythrashed in both games. We need a spinner. Sri Lanka hammered us by an innings, Sameraweera took 12.

    OK, uploading error. Will upload tomorrow morning.

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    I did crap, yes, but I had to play Sri Lanka in FC, and an average team in OD. I messed up the OD, but Sri Lanka I can't be blamed IMO.

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    Got a problem here, it doesn't want to upload...
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    Oops, it just did.

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    Next up Dark Hunter.....

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    Got It, hehehe i got lucky, our internet just reconnected a today , i've hardly been on!
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    Both games were close losses, but both probably we should have won, The FC game we should have won, but our bowling is just too weak.

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    Durham v Warwickshire
    National League - D1 - 12 May 2002
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    Warwickshire - 1st Innings
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    N Knight c Brinkley b Law 42
    M Powell b Bridge 29
    I Bell c Pratt b Law 6
    M Wagh c Mann b Brinkley 41
    D Ostler c Brinkley b Brown 43
    S Pollock b Brinkley 3
    T Penney not out 16
    D Brown lbw b Brown 0
    A Giles b Brown 0
    N Carter lbw b C'ingwood 4
    A Richardson not out 2
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    Extras (nb6,w5,lb2) 13
    TOTAL (9 wkts, 45 overs) 199

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    O M R W
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    P Collingwood 9 1 46 1
    G Bridge 9 0 36 1
    D Law 9 0 37 2
    S Brown 9 0 29 3
    J Brinkley 9 1 49 2
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    1-64 2-82 3-93 4-159 5-173
    7-177 8-177 9-196

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    Durham - 1st Innings
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    N Peng lbw b Carter 14
    J Daley b Carter 26
    C Mann c Pollock b Richardson 39
    N Speak lbw b Giles 5
    P Collingwood b Brown 10
    J Lewis c Penney b Carter 4
    A Pratt b Richardson 0
    D Law c Pollock b Richardson 17
    G Bridge b Richardson 31
    J Brinkley not out 11
    S Brown b Brown 2
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    Extras (nb2,w1,b5) 8
    TOTAL (all out, 40 overs) 167

    **********************************************

    O M R W
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    A Richardson 7 0 25 4
    D Brown 6 1 29 2
    A Giles 9 4 26 1
    N Carter 9 1 37 3
    S Pollock 9 1 45 0
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    1-32 2-47 3-74 4-87 5-104
    7-104 8-145 9-158 10-167

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    Warwickshire won by 32 runs
    Man of the match: A Richardson
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