Durham may have stumbled at the final hurdle in the Royal London One-Day Cup, but Sean Dickson played a fighting knock to give his team an outside chance. His unbeaten 84 which went in vain was constructed with the help of eight boundaries and a six. It was a run-a-ball innings that kept Durham’s chasing hopes alive till the very end of the final even though there was zilch support from any of his partners.
A valiant effort with the bat from Sean Dickson, making 84* off 83 balls 💪@DurhamCricket fans can be mighty proud of their team’s excellent tournament performance#RLC21 pic.twitter.com/zfcFi7SF7r
— Royal London Cup (@RoyalLondonCup) August 20, 2021