Sean Dickson heaped praise on Glamorgan – but insists Durham can learn from their near miss at Trent Bridge.
South African-born Dickson was left unbeaten on 84 as the northeast county fell 58 runs short of Glamorgan’s challenging total of 296-9.
But the 29-year-old believes the game hinged on a number of fine lines and says his Durham teammates can take plenty of positives from a successful Royal London Cup campaign.
“When it comes to finals there is always an element of pressure and losing two or three quick wickets up front was not what we wanted,” Dickson said.
“That always puts you on t...
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