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Dale Benkenstein hit 60 not out as Durham claimed a tense five-wicket success over Lancashire at Liverpool.
Durham have split their captaincy with Phil Mustard leading the four-day side and Dale Benkenstein on limited-overs duty.
Ian Blackwell saw Durham to a six-wicket success over Kent on the final morning with an unbeaten half-century.
Relegated Worcestershire held firm with the bat on the final day at New Road to secure a draw against Durham.
Durham claimed their seventh County Championship win of the season with a comfortable victory over Warwickshire at Chester-le-Street.
Marcus Trescothick, Justin Langer and Craig Kieswetter all scored centuries on the final day to guide Somerset to safety.