Teenage Cumbrian left-arm spinner Liam Trevaskis admits it felt “a bit of a dream” to snatch victory for Durham with some incredible final-over heroics.

On Tuesday, Lancashire were seemingly coasting on 130-4 in pursuit of Durham’s 154-7.

They began the final over needing only six to win, but former Penrith Cricket Club man Trevaskis, 19, flipped the game on its head in extraordinary fashion.

He dismissed Australian all-rounder James Faulkner and Matt Parkinson, either side of Danny Lamb’s stumping, going for just a single in the over to secure a four-run victory.

“[With] not many [runs] to play with, it was good to come out on the winning side,” said the Carlisle-born man who ended with figures of 4-16 from his four overs.

“It can go both ways in that situation. Tom [Latham, Durham captain] didn’t say much, just ‘back yourself’.

“I’d bowled a touch full in the few overs I’d bowled, so I dragged my length back.

“I felt we went quite well at the end with the bat, and we felt we had a chance. It was good to come out on the winning side.

“We keep backing each other and each other’s skills. Winning’s a habit. It’s a bit of a dream.”

Holding second spot in the T20 Vitality Blast North Group ahead of another game against Cumbrian Paul Nixon’s Leicestershire Foxes last night, Durham are well-placed to progress in the competition.

Trevaskis added: “We’re in a good position and, hopefully, we can secure that spot and hit the quarter-finals.”

Brothers Graham and Jordan Clark, from Cleator, were both also involved in the match at Old Trafford between Lancashire Lightning and Durham Jets.

Graham opened the batting for Durham and scored 29 while Jordan struck 16 before he was caught by James Weighell off Nathan Rimmington’s bowling.