Lancashire Second XI completed a comfortable 64-run win over Durham in the one-day trophy at Brandon Cricket Club as Luis Reece and Stephen Parry starred for Mark Chilton's side.
Durham won the toss and elected to bowl first with Reece and Tom Moores, son of Peter, opening for Lancashire. The pair put on 29 before the latter was dismissed for 15.
Brooke Guest (15) and Rob Jones (23) both got starts but failed to capitalise and Lancashire found themselves on 85/3. Reece continued to play sensibly and put on a good partnership worth 78 for the fourth wicket with all-rounder Danny Lamb.
Lamb (36) departed but Reece brought up his century for Lancashire and finished on an unbeaten 107 as Lancashire posted 237/6 off their 50 overs.
In the reply, Durham started well with openers Hickey (38) and Clark (38), brother of Lancashire's Jordan, putting on 77 for the opening wicket. George Edwards then dismissed both batsmen in quick succession before Stephen Parry struck for the first as Durham were reduced to 91/3.
The wickets continued to tumble for Durham and partnerships were hard to come by. Only Randhawa (28) put up any kind of resistance apart from Durham's opening pair.
Durham were bowled out for 173 with Parry (5/36) and George Edwards (3/27) impressing with the ball.
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