DURHAM have confirmed Harry Crawshaw, Luke Doneathy and Ross Whitfield will all leave the club at the end of the season.

The trio - Durham Cricket academy graduates who all represented England at Under-19 level are coming to the end of their contracts and are set to move on, the club confirmed.

Crawshaw, 20, made his debut against Northamptonshire at Wantage Road and went on to make two more appearances. His three outings for Durham all came in the T20 Blast during the 2021 season,

Doneathy made 18 first team appearances, all of which were in white ball cricket. His career best of 69* came against Lancashire in the 2021 one-day cup campaign, while he picked up a best of 4-36 in the same fixture at South Northumberland.

During his time with the club, he scored 212 runs and claimed 9 wickets.

Having signed a rookie deal last winter, Whitfield didn’t play for the first first team, instead featuring for the second string.

Marcus North, director of cricket, said: “I would like to thank all three players for their contributions at Durham and wish them every success in their next chapter.”