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Lancashire CCC vs Durham CCC Day One: North East on top after close opening day51, just one ball after the South African has completed his impressive half-cen
Lancashire CCC vs Durham CCC Day One: North East on top after close opening day
chroniclelive / Posted 14 days ago
51, just one ball after the South African has completed his impressive half-century, and Karl Brown was caught behind off Graham Onions for nought. Debutant Tom Moores and Steven Croft put on 41 for the sixth wicket before Moores edged a drive... Read more
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Why Phil Mustard and Durham CCC are parting company after 16 yearstop-scorer in Twenty20 cricket. He still opens the batting for the county in 2
Why Phil Mustard and Durham CCC are parting company after 16 years
chroniclelive / Posted 14 days ago
top-scorer in Twenty20 cricket. He still opens the batting for the county in 20 and 50-over cricket. Mustard shares with Graham Onions and Gareth Breese the distinction of having played in all the county’s trophy-winning sides. “The first game I... Read more
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Stats: Cook passes Gavaskar and a rare five-forEngland bowlers who had taken their maiden Test five-for at Lord's before Woake
Stats: Cook passes Gavaskar and a rare five-for
ESPN.co.uk / Posted 15 days ago
England bowlers who had taken their maiden Test five-for at Lord's before Woakes. The previous England bowler to do it was Graham Onions, who took 5 for 38 on debut against West Indies in 2009. 1185 Runs by David Gower in Tests against Pakistan -... Read more
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Memories of 2013 as Durham set up outground crunchfirst hour’s bowling was probably our best period of bowling in the game, maybe
Memories of 2013 as Durham set up outground crunch
chroniclelive / Posted 23 days ago
first hour’s bowling was probably our best period of bowling in the game, maybe the best period in the game,” said Lewis. “Graham (Onions) and Paul (Coughlin) were absolutely spot on and Hampshire had to play extremely well to get through it losing... Read more
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Durham v Hampshire day four: Riversiders remain unbeaten, but they can be bluntedknew full well the Riversiders needed early wickets to test the confidence of t
Durham v Hampshire day four: Riversiders remain unbeaten, but they can be blunted
chroniclelive / Posted 24 days ago
knew full well the Riversiders needed early wickets to test the confidence of their bottom-of-the-table visitors. Graham Onions provided one, removing Will Smith the way Keaton Jennings had in the first innings, by slanting the ball across... Read more
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Keaton Jennings hoping Riverside pitch can keep Hampshire guessing on day fourBarry McCarthy hitting a maiden First-Class half-century as the hosts added two
Keaton Jennings hoping Riverside pitch can keep Hampshire guessing on day four
chroniclelive / Posted 24 days ago
Barry McCarthy hitting a maiden First-Class half-century as the hosts added two more bonus points. “Barry and Bunny (No.11 Graham Onions) played brilliantly, against Tino as well who has some good pace. Hats off to them getting us over the... Read more
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Durham v Hampshire day three: Keaton Jennings a class apart admidst some intruiging battlesend they got all five. Barry McCarthy turning down a single from the next ball
Durham v Hampshire day three: Keaton Jennings a class apart admidst some intruiging battles
chroniclelive / Posted 25 days ago
end they got all five. Barry McCarthy turning down a single from the next ball he faced was hardly a vote of confidence in Graham Onions, who saved more than one Test match with his dogged defending. As it was, Onions cut the four which brought up... Read more
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Durham v Hampshire day one report: Riversiders toil but their day is deceptively toughserving up too many long-hops, Stoneman held off using Scott Borthwick until 71
Durham v Hampshire day one report: Riversiders toil but their day is deceptively tough
chroniclelive / Posted 27 days ago
serving up too many long-hops, Stoneman held off using Scott Borthwick until 71 overs had been bowled. Rushworth and Graham Onions had two spells each from their “other” end – Rushworth usually has first dibs on the Lumley End – and Barry... Read more
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Debts versus desire: Mark Wood, Scott Borthwick, Mark Stoneman and the huge challenges facing Durhamto lose players we would prefer to keep for a lack of cash.” He should not del
Debts versus desire: Mark Wood, Scott Borthwick, Mark Stoneman and the huge challenges facing Durham
chroniclelive / Posted 28 days ago
to lose players we would prefer to keep for a lack of cash.” He should not delude himself. The likes of Chris Rushworth, Graham Onions and Paul Coughlin have in the past turned their backs on more money because they love playing for their home... Read more
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Ben Stokes is a perfect stand-in for Paul Collingwood, says Durham's Scott Borthwickin Nottinghamshire following ankle surgery. “We’ve got a young bowling side ap
Ben Stokes is a perfect stand-in for Paul Collingwood, says Durham's Scott Borthwick
chroniclelive / Posted 28 days ago
in Nottinghamshire following ankle surgery. “We’ve got a young bowling side apart from Rushy (Chris Rushworth) and Bunny (Graham Onions),” Borthwick told the Chronicle. “It’s a long season, a tough season on young lads, but there is a bit of light... Read more
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