Three injured after section of stand collapses at Durham cricket worldwide

Three injured after section of stand collapses at Durham cricket worldwide

Three injured after section of stand collapses at Durham cricket worldwide

To some in Durham it was yet another slap in the face from the England and Wales Cricket Board, who took the unprecedented step of relegating the side from the First Division of the County Championship in October and then hit them with a massive 48-point penalty for this season in return for a £3.8 million (4.3 million euros) bail-out that stopped the club going out of business in May past year.

'This was probably the more challenging of our recent wins.

In the one-off clash at Chester-le-Street, the Windies' opening pair of Evin Lewis and Chris Gayle got off to a flying start before Liam Plunkett and Adil Rashid took three wickets apiece to ensure the visitors could only muster 176-9.

"I can see both sides of it, of course guys want to see him play", he said.

Jerome Taylor then gave West Indies the flawless start and silenced the capacity crowd, when he had Roy caught at backward point with the first ball of the chase.

Hales (43) hit boundaries at will but after looking set to record the fastest England T20I fifty he marched down the wicket to Carlos Brathwaite yorking himself and losing his off stump.

"We feel like we should beat them (West Indies)".

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Tweet of the matchStat of the day100: Chris Gayle became the first batsmen to score a century of sixes in Twenty20 internationals, and moved to 103 by the end of his innings.

The 37-year-old Gayle, in common with several senior West Indies players, had been involved in a bitter dispute with Caribbean cricket chiefs.

Two other spectators suffered minor injuries during the second innings of the match, which the West Indies won by 21 runs.

That match saw fellow left-hander Lewis make a stunning 125 not out.

Chris Gayle said opening partner Evin Lewis was "one to look out for" after the West Indies duo combined to good effect in a Twenty20 global against England on Saturday.

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