THE irrepressible Keaton Jennings carried his bat for the second successive Durham home game when he remained unbeaten on 102 this morning.

Following his 201 not out against Surrey last September, he was again a class above his team-mates as Durham were all out for 250.

Left to score 108 to win, Nottinghamshire had little difficulty in reaching 43 without loss at lunch.

Resuming on 201 for seven, the pitch looked good and all went well for Durham until Mark Wood pulled Luke Fletcher straight to mid-wicket with the total on 244.

Wood had hit two high-class cover drives and an even more impressive cut for four off Fletcher in making 21.

Jennings, on 82 overnight, moved into the 90s when he pulled Jake Ball through square leg for his first boundary of the day then did well to dig out a swift yorker from James Pattinson.

When Harry Gurney replaced Pattinson, Jennings pulled the left-armer's first ball in front of mid-wicket for four. He was on 99 when Wood departed, but ran Gurney to third man to reach his hundred off 201 balls.

Graham Onions' reluctance to get into line saw him bowled by Gurney, then Chris Rushworth pushed his first ball into the covers and failed to beat Ball's throw in going back for a second.

Other than a couple of edges, which did not go to hand, plus a very quick bouncer from Wood, there were no scares for Nottinghamshire openers Greg Smith and Jake Libby.