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Durham Cricket Club sales and profits jump as sporting world bounces back from pandemic

Durham Cricket Club saw turnover and profits jump last year as the sporting world began to bounce back from the Covid-19 pandemic.

The club, based at the Riverside in Chester-le-Street, has published accounts for the year ending September 30 2021 in which turnover rose significantly, from £4.649m to £7.109m as sporting events returned to the calendar following the lifting of Government lockdowns in the wake of Covid-19.

Operating profit saw a fourfold increase, from £320,226 to £1.298m, and pre-tax profit also rocketed from £343,696 to £1.055m.

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