PLAYERS from the host club, Blaydon, scored all the points as Durham beat Warwickshire 48-14 in their opening County Championship match.
Blaydon had eight players in the Durham squad, while their former player-coach Tom Rock, now with Otley, went off the bench to play at centre in the second half.
Among the scorers was 19-year-old prop Andrew Foster, who supported a move which began well inside the Durham half.
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The other tries came from scrum half Matthew Mellish, No 8 Paul Vinnicombe, winger Fraser Wilson, lock Chris Wearmouth, flanker Rob Bell and replacement full back Gavin Painter. Fly half Andrew
Baggett kicked five conversions and a penalty.
Blaydon also supplied six to the Northumberland squad and prop Robbie Kalbraier scored after only three minutes as they built a 34-30 against
Lancashire. But they lost 42-34, both sides scoring six tries and the lead changed hands five times.
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