The England cricket team are celebrating after winning the Ashes series in Chester-le-Street last night, August 12.
The vast clean-up operation started at the ground and there was a surprise visitor.
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England's cricketers have congratulated Durham on hosting the Ashes test which won them the series last night.
Spin bowler Graeme Swann, whose family hail from the North East, said on Twitter there was no better place for the victory.
No better place to win the ashes than the North East, just 15 mins from the Toon! #howaythelads
Durham and England cricketer Graham Onions, who was in the squad but did not play, said he was "unbelievably proud".
Huge congratulations to England & to @durhamcricket for hosting such a great test match. Feel unbelievably proud to be from the north east
England win the Ashes series in County Durham. What a moment.
England won the Ashes series at Chester-le-Street this evening, August 12.
A thrilling victory was sealed as light started to fade at the end of day four at the Emirates Durham International Cricket Ground.
England beat Australia by 74 runs and have now won the series. It was the first time that Durham had staged an Ashes Test match - the ground has been sold out for all four days of competition.
There were jubilant scenes when the final wicket fell.
After a brief spell of rain, the fourth day of the fourth Ashes test in Chester-le-Street has resumed.
Australia are chasing a target of 299.
England all out for 330. Australia need 299 runs to win.
England have set Australia a tough, but achievable, target of 299 to win the fourth Ashes Test at Chester-le-Street and keep the series alive.
The hosts, who lead 2-0 in the five-Test series after the third Test was drawn, were bowled out for 330 in their second innings in today's morning session in Durham.
The Durham Visually Impaired cricket team will appear at lunch during the Ashes test in Chester-le-Street today.
Player Jonathan Wilkinson, said: "It's a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity which I wasn't expecting. The fact the Ashes is here is a good thing for Chester-le-Street.
"We're wanting more players and this should help spread the word in one go."