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... first ball with an awesome 4. Unfortunately 2nd ball he again went the slog and got bowled!
He then kept for the first half and did well, we eventually got them all out, and a few extras (I think we let them bat 12 or 13) for 118. Westy was a stand out, his 100 no, bowled 3 and took a great catch. Whilst it ended up being an easy game the boys still got a lot out of it as they settle into playing ...
... it parked in a residential street about 10minutes walk away from Durham station so were a little worried about whether it would still be there, but it was and unscathed too which was a relief. Jack had texted us that he wasn't playing today as yesterday he copped a ball hard in the calf and has a corky. He thought it would be ok but it was still too sore to run on today, hopefully tomorrow will be better. So we decided to ...
... br> With the shopping craving satisfied for the day we struck off for Durham. We are staying at the Radisson Blu in the middle of the town. Dad and I stayed here in 2011 so I no it is an excellent hotel. Sue was super pleased after a quick look around......."there's even a gym and heated pool here"...yes Sue!!
Whilst in Durham there was a few things that I wanted to do. First up was to try and find my Grandmothers grave in Hartlepool. I had a look last ...
... think we could find a fish and chip shop open!!! Disappointed!! We decided to head back to Durham and have tea with the boys but the M1 was at a standstill so we ended up bailing out in Newcastle, somewhere that we wanted to visit but hadn't intended to do it tonight. However, another mistake ended well! We wandered around the shopping centre for a while, starving as we hasn't actually got around to having lunch! Our plan was first pub we see we were in, passed Maccas ...
... the Cathedral and Castle. Unfortunately, that is where the Durham Uni graduations are being held and there were people everywhere so those areas were closed to the public. So we just wandered and explored, went to a little local history museum which was good although it's hard to take in the depth of the history here. There were a few interesting things, like the history of the ...
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