Durham Cricket Club confident of becoming viable business after county council rescue package

Durham Cricket Club confident of becoming viable business after county council rescue package
 

Chief executive David Harker is confident Durham County Cricket Club can become a viable business thanks to a county council rescue package.
The council unanimously agreed to convert £3.74m of debt into shares in the restructured club, securing the future of First-Class and international cricket in the North East.
Durham were awarded First-Class status in 1990 by promising to spread the professional game. Previously North East cricket-lovers had to leave the region to watch or play the game at the top level.
Durham have since won three County Championships and two One-Day Cups, and provided... read more

 
19 October 2016 in Regional North East, Views: 37
Source: Sunday Sun
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