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How The 1969 Gillette Cup Was Won

Yorkshire’s 1969 campaign started at Lakenham as they visited the Minor County Norfolk.  Richard Jefferson won the toss and put Yorkshire in and a shock looked on the cards as Yorkshire collapsed from 144 for 3 to 167 all out.  John Hampshire with 55 was the only batsman to cope with fast medium bowler Tracey Moore who took 6 for 48.  Yorkshire’s bowlers had too much ....

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How The 1983 Sunday League Was Won

Yorkshire’s campaign started at Edgbaston against Warwickshire.  Ray Illingworth won the toss and decided to field in a rain effected game that was reduced to 24 hours.  Paul Jarvis dismissed the dangerous Kallicharran and Humpage in an 8 over spell of 3-39.  Dennis Amiss with 55 not out held the home side’s innings together.  He was well supported by Antonie ....

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How The 1987 Benson And Hedges Cup Was Won

THE GROUP STAGES   Yorkshire opened their campaign with a trip to Edgbaston to take on Warwickshire who won the toss and batted.  A great start for Yorkshire with Paul Jarvis dismissing Andy Moles without a run on the board in the second over.  Warwickshire then fought back  Andy Lloyd and Alistar Storie butting on 138 before both were dismissed in the sixties, Lloyd run out ....

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How The 1965 Gillette Cup Was Won

1965 saw Yorkshire collect their first ever one day trophy, the Gillette Cup Competition that was in its third season.  Yorkshire had failed to get past the second round in the first two years.   First round saw Yorkshire travel to Grace Road to take on Leicestershire.  The home side won the toss and decided to bat.  Accurate Yorkshire bowling ensured that  Leicester ....

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How The 2001 Championship Was Won

2001 saw Yorkshire win their First County Championship since 1968 as they improved on their third place in 2000.   The season started against Kent at Canterbury on 25 April.  Matthew Fleming won the toss and decided to bat.  The home side progressed to 90 for 3 before Chris Silverwood took over proceedings.  He took four of the last six wickets to finish with 5-45 from 18.1 ....

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