Durham 299 for 6 (Clark 92, Steel 77, Collingwood 73*) beat Nottinghamshire 297 (Hales 104, Root 66, Read 61, Wood 3-62, Weighell 3-66) by four wickets
Paul Collingwood rolled back the years to help Durham complete a remarkable run chase under the Trent Bridge floodlights.
The 40-year old scored an unbeaten 73 not out as his side completed a four-wicket victory, with five balls remaining, having been set to score 298.
Collingwood scored his runs from only 47 balls, hitting a six and eight fours, the last of which sealed a highly-impressive win.
Durham’s chase had got off to a poor when they lost captain Keaton Jennings first ball but a stand of 160 between Graham Clark and Cameron Steel revived hopes.
Clark made 92 from 94 balls and Steel accompanied him with 77 from 109 balls but when they fell it was left to Collingwood to guide their side over the line.
“When you put in a…