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A Remarkable Triumph

By Gary Watton
June 14 2018

Yorkshire's outstanding away day limited overs form continued, as they safely negotiated the difficult Essex hurdle. They must now hope that their sterling efforts on the road will be repeated with their semi final trip to Southampton's Rose Bowl next Monday. Essex actually made a hash of this contest when they reduced the visitors to 45 for four but failed to nail down their advantage. Fortunatel... More >

A Headingley Limited Overs Triumph!

It's hard to decide whether Yorkshire made hard work of their pursuit or whether they timed their run chase to perfection. Either way, the Tykes deservedly advance to the all-famil... More >

Another Brilliant Century From Lyth

As happened last year, Adam Lyth appears to be saving his best form for one-day cricket. He and David Willey tore into the Lancashire bowling and tore up the record books, as Yorks... More >

Fisher Rescues Yorkshire

Ben Slater racked up an impressive ton and was most unfortunate to end up on the losing team. If only his colleagues had stepped up quite as impressively. However, cricket is a tea... More >

Lyth Shines

Yorkshire emphatically returned to winning ways, maintaining their peculiar tendency of winning whilst on the road. The Tykes did well to turn this contest on its head after the ho... More >

Defeat Number Two

Ross Whiteley just loves playing against Yorkshire. He was one of five semi-centurions who piled on the runs against the Tykes. Not even an outstanding stand from the in-form duo o... More >

Another Home Setback

Yorkshire's home discomforts reappeared again, as the county's first eleven typically followed a great triumph on Friday with a not so great performance on Sunday. Pujara was among... More >

An Opening Success

Tom Kohler-Cadmore was the difference between the two teams, as he constructed a fabulous one-day innings. Limited overs cricket appears to be his comfort zone. If only he could re... More >

Abject Batting Display In London

Andrew Gale reckoned that four missed chances in the field were Yorkshire's undoing. Tis such a shame that the glaring deficiencies in the Tykes' batting appear to go unnoticed whe... More >

A Chelmsford Farce For The Triumphant Tykes

The reigning champions of England were cut down to size in their own backyard in one of the most peculiar results in the history of first class cricket - no mean thing. Surpassing ... More >

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