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12th June 2018 Video

Rushworth’s five secures turnaround victory

*Picture: Mark Fletcher/MI News & Sport

Result: Durham (96 & 376; Harte 114, Latham 67; Olivier 5/105) beat Derbyshire (205 & 172; Slater 68; Rushworth 5/47, Salisbury 4/69) by 95 runs

  • Chris Rushworth takes his 18th first-class five-wicket haul to seal a 95-run victory against Derbyshire
  • Matt Salisbury finishes with four as the pair finish proceedings before lunch on the final day
  • It is Durham’s first win in Specsavers County Championship history after being bowled out for less than 100 in the first innings
  • The squad travel to Arundel to face Sussex in the next match starting on Wednesday

Close, Day Three: Derbyshire (205 & 69/4; Slater 41*; Salisbury 2/16, Rushworth 2/22) trail Durham (96 & 376; Harte 114, Latham 67; Olivier 5/105)

  • Gareth Harte’s maiden first-class century hands Durham an unlikely shot at victory on the fourth day
  • Vital partnerships with Nathan Rimmington (42) & Matt Salisbury (25 off 147) give Durham an eventual lead of 267
  • Salisbury & Chris Rushworth then take two apiece to leave Derbyshire 35/4 in the 13th
  • The hosts require six wickets for victory, with Derbyshire needing 199 runs to take the win

Close, Day Two: Durham (96 & 155/6; Latham 67; Olivier 3/51) lead Derbyshire (205; Rushworth 3/57, Salisbury 3/71) by 46 runs

  • Rain reduces the day to two sessions as Derbyshire continue to dominate the match
  • Tom Latham strikes 67 but wickets in the afternoon session hamper Durham’s progress
  • They close just 46 runs ahead with Cameron Steel, missing through injury after the first innings, joins Gareth Harte at the crease
  • Derbyshire add 30 to their overnight score, finishing 205 all out

Close, Day One: Derbyshire (175/8; Coughlin 2/31, Rimmington 2/31) lead Durham (96; Olivier 5/20) by 79 runs

  • Derbyshire close ahead by 79 after another wicket-filled day at Emirates Riverside
  • Matt Salisbury, Ryan Davies & Michael Jones (pictured left to right) make their first-class debuts for Durham; Josh Coughlin makes his Championship debut
  • Durham’s bowlers respond with the ball after a falling to 96 all out
  • All four seamers equally share eight wickets, including Matt Salisbury’s first two for Durham
  • A 40-run ninth wicket stand gives Derbyshire a handy lead of 79 ahead of the second day

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