After Paul Collingwood's century powered Durham to 201 for two in their innings, Worcestershire riding on an unbeaten 124 from Joe Clarke completed the chase in just 18.1 overs with eight wickets in hand in the North Group Natwest T20 Blast clash in Worcester.
Paul Coughlin scored unbeaten 38 runs and picked two wickets as well as Durham completed a six wicket victory against Leicestershire in a seven-over rain affected game of Natwest T20 Blast at Grace Road.
After a clinical bowling performance restricted Durham to 123, Nottinghamshire chased down the total in just 16 overs with nine wickets in hand in the North Group Natwest T20 Blast in Chester-le-Street.
Liam Livingstone scored a quick 61 while Jordan Clark followed it up with a three wicket haul as Lancashire registered a 31 run victory against Durham in the North Group clash of the Natwest T20 Blast at Old Trafford.
Callum Parkinson registered figures of 20 for three as Leicestershire dismissed Durham for 117 in a chase of 145 to register their fourth consecutive win in this season of Natwest T20 Blast in Chester-le-Street on Thursday.
Nicholas Selman's century was overshadowed by a five-wicket haul from Chris Rushworth as Durham restricted Glamorgan to 221 for seven at stumps on day one in their County Championship Division One clash in Chester-le-Street.
Kent showed tremendous fight on the last day including the final pair that lasted 46 deliveries as they managed a hard fought draw against Durham on the final day of the County Championship Division Two clash in Canterbury.
Barry McCarthy picked a six-wicket haul as Durham dismissed Kent for 236 runs in their first innings following which Graham Clark and Paul Collingwood scored fifties to set a target of 484 for the home side in their County Championship Division Two face off in Canterbury on the third day.
Paul Collingwood and Ryan Pringle scored knocks of 93 and 71 respectively as Durham went on to post 318 for five at stumps on day one against Kent in the County Championship Division Two in Canterbury.
Northamptonshire successfully overcame a five-wicket haul from Paul Coughlin on the final day as they chased down 205 runs with just two wickets in hand against Durham in the County Championship Division One encounter in Chester-le-Street.