|Royal London One-Day Cup, Northampton|
|Durham: 313-8 (50 overs) Collingwood 132, Mustard 65|
|Northants: 259 all out (46.2 overs) Levi 87, Duckett 69, Rushworth 4-41|
|Durham won by 54 runs|
Former England star Paul Collingwood scored a brilliant 132 as Durham cruised to a 54-run win over Northants in the One-Day Cup.
Opener Phil Mustard's 65 laid a solid platform and veteran Collingwood showed why he wants a new deal with 15 fours and two sixes in his 97-ball knock.
Chasing 313, Northants lost three wickets for one run early on, all to the bowling of Chris Rushworth (4-41).
And despite Richard Levi's defiant 87, they fell way short of the total.
|Milestone for Collingwood|
|Paul Collingwood's match-winning century was the 39-year-old's highest one-day score, beating the 120 not out he hit for England v Australia in Melbourne in 2006-07.|
Northants slipped to 34-4 and 84-5, but Levi led the recovery in a 125-run sixth-wicket stand with Ben Duckett (69).
But Levi's dismissal triggered another collapse, with the final five wickets falling for 50 runs.