Durham welcome Northern Diamonds to Seat Unique Riverside on Saturday 20 April for their opening fixture in Rachael Heyhoe Flint Trophy, when they take on Thunder. Entry is free for all spectators for this fixture.

Here’s everything you need to know ahead of attending the fixture.


Entry to the ground will be via Gate 2, with entry being free.

Gates will open at 10am


The scheduled hours of play are as follows, but please listen for announcements of any adjustments to these timings on the day.

  • 11am – Start of play
  • 6pm – Scheduled Close of Play


Seat Unique Riverside is a cashless venue.


Parking is available in the council car parks outside the ground. There will be no stewarding in this area.


The match will be played on pitch 19.


Please allow sufficient time for our staff to carry out our security procedures (including bag searches and “pat – down” checks).

You can also assist with the security operation by reporting any concerns-no matter how small-to the club’s stewards. Help stay secure by staying alert; if something doesn’t look right, tell a steward.


Durham’s Welcome Hub will be open from gates opening time until just after the interval between innings.

Live Streaming

Unfortunately the fixture at Seat Unique Durham will not be live streamed. Upcoming home fixtures at Headingley, Scarborough and York will be streamed with multi-camera coverage of the action.


The Durham Cricket Sensory Room will be available for use throughout all games this season at Seat Unique Riverside, to book your place please email Durham Cricket Membership services officer Michael Thorpe at [email protected] –  Click here for more information

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