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11th August 2022 Match Previews

Killeen names unchanged squad for Gloucestershire

Durham return to Seat Unique Riverside tomorrow [Friday 12 August] and will be looking to make it back-to-back wins in this year’s Royal London Cup.

Scott Borthwick’s side go into the Gloucestershire clash on the back of a 9-run thriller against Somerset on Wednesday, as Durham got their first win of the 2022 Royal London Cup.

An unchanged squad of 14 has been named for Durham’s penultimate home fixture in the RL50 as Alex Lees and Michael Jones remain out on international duty.

The Shire have played a game more than Durham and currently sit in fourth spot in Group A, with two wins and two defeats, while Durham are in 8th spot with 2 points with 5 games to go.

Squad v Gloucestershire (12 August)

Scott Borthwick, Jonathan Bushnell, Paul Coughlin, Graham Clark, Luke Doneathy, Sean Dickson, George Drissell, Oliver Gibson, Mitchell Killeen, Tom Mackintosh, Nic Maddinson, Stanley McAlindon, Chris Rushworth, Liam Trevaskis

Words from Chris Rushworth

What a game of cricket against Somerset. Some people say 50-over games are boring, but the crowd certainly got value for money. Credit where credit is due, it was one hell of a knock by Ben Green, who seemed to flick a switch and one over really got him going. He just started hitting everything out of the park. But I also feel credit should go to our younger players, some of whom have never been in that situation before. Sometimes it is not pretty to watch as a fielding side, but we found a way to get the job down. To come out on the winning side after a game like that is a great feeling.

Match Centre

The Club’s match centre will be in operation for the fixture with live scorecards, statistics & video highlights as they happen. You can watch the game live via Durham’s match centre and Durham Cricket YouTube channel.


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