Durham County Cricket Club has announced Head Coach Jon Lewis has decided to leave the club after 22 years.Read the full story ›
Durham County Cricket will become the first UK sports venue to introduce sanitary bins in male toilets.Read the full story ›
Warkworth has been singled out as one of the most iconic cricket scenes in the UK.
The accolade has come in a book called "The Country's Most Iconic Cricket settings". The author, Brian Levison, travelled to grounds around the country.
The club sits in the shadow of Warkworth Castle, with views out to sea to the Coquet Estuary.
Despite its relatively small catchment area, the club has won the Northumberland League Premier Division 7 times and the Thomas Wilson Cup, a knockout competition, on 9 occasions, most recently in 2011.
Ben Stokes will travel to New Zealand to join the England squad after appearing in court charged with affray.Read the full story ›
Durham and England cricketer Ben Stokes has appeared at magistrates on a charge of affray. Stokes will now face a crown court trial.Read the full story ›
Cricketer Ben Stokes has confirmed that he will not return to the England squad until after his first court appearance.Read the full story ›
The 26-year-old all-rounder has been included in a 16-man squad which is scheduled to head to Australia on October 28.Read the full story ›
Keaton Jennings has turned down a contract extension from Durham County Cricket Club and will leave the club at the end of the 2017 season.Read the full story ›
New Zealand batsman Tom Latham will join for Durham CCC for the second half of their 2017 season.Read the full story ›
English cricket bosses are bidding to find a solution to the money problems that have threatened the future of Durham County Cricket Club.
Last week Durham agreed a financial aid package with the English Cricket Board and were relegated as part of a range of sanctions.
But deals still need to be worked out with the club's other creditors and the ECB has asked them to support their suggested solution.
One of the club's creditors is Durham County Council:
We need to put that in front of out members and they need to weigh up the pros and cons of what's in that letter. We'll look to make a decision as quickly as possible around that. We'll be balancing the money we're owed with keeping a viable cricket club, because the best chance we have of getting our money back is making sure first class cricket stays in the north east.