Durham needed only 16 balls to wrap up their fifth LV= County Championship Division One win of the season on the final day of their clash against Derbyshire at Chester-le-Street.
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The visitors' last three batsmen offered no resistance, leaving Tom Poynton stranded on 58 not out as they were all out for 192 to lose by a crushing 279 runs.
Jon Clare went to the second ball of the day, dabbing at a short, wide one from Ben Stokes to be caught behind.
Tim Groenewald was also in no mood to hang around, swinging a good-length ball from Chris Rushworth high over square-leg before attempting to hook a short ball and giving Phil Mustard another catch.
The batsman seemed nonplussed by the decision, indicating the ball had brushed his upper arm, but it left Rushworth with match figures of 10 for 103.
Last man Mark Footitt also came out swinging and was backing away towards square leg when Stokes splattered his stumps to finish with four for 62.
Although Callum Thorp took only three wickets in the match, he conceded only 21 runs in 22 overs over the two innings.