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4th June 2009

Durham beat Derby in SEC

An unbeaten century from Gordon Muchall and a fifty from Lee Goddard put Durham in charge and the pair saw the team maintain their unbeaten run in the one day format. 

The two sides are currently facing each other in the Second Eleven Championship (SEC) and having also won the toss in this match, Derbyshire once again opted to bat first.

Derbyshire scored 290 in their first innings off just over 96 overs with Karl Turner dominating the bowling, claiming 6-57 off his 18.2 over spell.

By the end of day two Durham were 417-9 with Lee Goddard heading up the batting contributions with 94 to his name.  Mark Stoneman picked up a half century and Callum Thorp, Paul Muchall and Academy product Ryan Pringle all posting scores in the forties.  

Durham were all out for 459 on the third day leaving Derby 169 behind.  Needham was the pick of the opposition bowlers taking 3-98 off this 35 overs.

Callum Thorp and Scott Borthwick took three wickets apiece with figures of 3-23 and 3-20 which helped restrict Derby to a second innings total of just 100 with Durham winning by an innings and 69 runs.

Durham v Derby SET [WORD, 29k]

Durham v Derby SEC Day 2 [WORD, 32k]

Durham v Derby SEC day 3 [WORD, 88k]