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Yorkshire Cap Two On The Eve Of The Season

  Ajmal Shahzad: Having first come to prominence in the 2004 season as the first British-born Asian to represent YCCC Ajmal has shrugged-off the injury problems that dogged the early part of his career. He now finds himself both spearheading the White Rose's bowling attack and pressing hard for further international honours. With what appears to be a genuine hatred of batsmen he has ....

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Another Overseas Star Signs For The Tykes

  Yorkshire County Cricket Club have bolstered their overseas ranks for 2010 with the signing of Herschelle Gibbs for the 2010 Friends Provident t20 competition.   The signing of Ryan Harris was announced in October 2009 and the addition of Daryl Tuffey as early season cover for Harris was made official earlier last week. Now Yorkshire have added Gibbs as their second overseas player ....

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Yorkshire Finances On The Up

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Yorkshire Sign Tuffy

  Daryl Tuffey has signed for The Yorkshire County Cricket Club as the county's overseas cover for Ryan Harris. Harris will arrive in England after fulfilling his commitments to the Deccan Chargers in the Indian Premier League.   Tuffey, a 31-year-old New Zealander, is a fast-medium bowler and a regular member of the Black Caps Test and One-Day International sides. He has played 24 ....

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Shahzad Gets England Call

  Ajmal Shahzad has been included in the England squad that tours Bangladesh in March.  Tim Bresnan has also received the England call. Shahzad, a 24-year-old Huddersfield born all-rounder, made his Yorkshire debut in 2004, but seemed to suffer niggling injuries each time he threatened to secure a 1st Team place. On 23 May 2004 he made history by becoming the ....

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Gale To Captain England Lions

  Yorkshire's new captain Andrew Gale has been appointed captain of England Lions for their series against Pakistan A in the UAE next month.   Speaking to the YCCC website, Andrew said: "I am proud to become the England Lions captain and I am excited about the opportunities that the tour will hold for us as a team and individuals. The series against Pakistan A will give us ....

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A Decade Of Watching Yorkshire Cricket

  Champions & Relegation (2000 - 2002)   By the late 1990s our team looked capable of winning the County Championship: a strong pace attack and a Headingley pitch that rewarded good bowling, an excellent fielding unit and, in Darren Lehmann, a truly great batsman.   There was also depth in the batting, with several all-rounders. This was vital when we played Hampshire ....

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Chris Taylor Retires

  Chris Taylor has called time on his playing career to concentrate on his business interests.   Chris commented: "I have had ten thoroughly enjoyable seasons as a professional cricketer with both Yorkshire and Derbyshire. Following my successful stint with Derbyshire I genuinely thought I could make a real impact back at Yorkshire; however I have been somewhat disappointed not to ....

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Andrew Gale Is The New Captain

  Andrew Gale is Yorkshire's new skipper.   Gale, who turned 26 last month, is a virtual ever present in the Yorkshire side in all forms of cricket.   The Cleckheaton batsman was named as the club's player of the year after scoring 828 Championship runs and 689 one-day runs during the 2009 season.   The former England under-19 batsman's rapid improvement was first ....

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Mcgrath Confirms He Has Given Up The Captaincy

Yorkshire will have a new skipper in 2010, Anthony McGrath has confirmed that he has stepped down as captain.  McGrath said: “It was a difficult decision to give up the Club captaincy. I always said that I knew exactly what it meant to be given such a prestigious job and I was really honoured to lead the side in 2009. I sat down with Martyn Moxon at the end of the summer and I came ....

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Is There To Be A New Yorkshire Captain?

Following Matthew Hoggard's revelation that he had been approached about being Yorkshire captain speculation has increased that there will be a new Yorkshire Captain in 2010 after the club called a press conference this coming Tuesday regarding the 2010 captaincy.  It would seem to be unusual to call a press conference if the status quo was to be maintained and it appears that current ....

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Scarborough In May?

The 2010 fixture list released last week produced the first shock of the season, games at Scaborough in May.  This has left a lot of Yorkshire fans scratching their heads, why? I spoke to Yorkshire's James Buttler to get the answer.  He explained the problems associated with putting the fixture list together this season.  The way the process works is that the ECB issue a fixture ....

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Yorkshire Act Swiftly To Secure Young Talent

Yorkshire's current crop of youngsters are arguably the amongst the best the county have every head and the club have acted quickly to ensure they stay with the county. 18 year old Joe Root who carried all before him at Academy and Second X1 level before making his first team debut in the Pro40 has signed a three year deal which will keep him at Headingley until 2012.  20 year old Johnnie ....

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Yorkshire Concerned At Tv Developments

Yorkshire County Cricket Club is concerned with the recommendation proposed by the Davies Report Panel to the Secretary of State that future Ashes Series should be categorised as List A events to be broadcast on terrestrial television. Cricket is currently classified as List B with only highlights guaranteed on terrestrial television.   Yorkshire CCC is not against the principle of ....

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Yorkshire Going Dutch

  The draw has been made for the new ECB 40 League, with the 21 teams being placed into three seven-team groups.  The 18 first-class counties have been joined in the 40-overs-a-side competition by Scotland, Netherlands and an ECB Recreational XI.   The Recreational XI will be chosen from players without full county contracts. Teams will play each other home and away in the ....

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Yorkshire Sign Ryan Harris

  Yorkshire have acted swiftly following the departure of Matthew Hoggard and announced the signing of 30 year old Australian Ryan Harris as their overseas player for 2010. Harris is a bowling all-rounder who bowls with genuine pace and scores valuable runs down the order. Playing for Queensland last winter he was their leading wicket-taker, finishing one wicket behind the leading ....

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Yorkshire Explain Hoggard's Departure

  Yorkshire have explained the decision not to offer Matthew Hoggard a new contract.  In a statement released this morning the club state:   The Yorkshire County Cricket Club have held lengthy discussions over the past few months with Matthew Hoggard before informing him last Thursday that they would not be offering him a new contract for the 2010 season.   The Club is ....

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Hoggard Released

Yorkshire have taken the decision not to offer Matthew Hoggard a new contract.  The club have cited financial reasons behind the decision to release the man who has served them with distinction for 15 years and was their leading wicket taker last season. Age related incentives which are to be introduced by the ECB to encourage counties to play younger players are believed to be behind the ....

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Yorkshire To Release Simon Guy

Yokshire have announced that 30 year old Simon Guy's contract will not be renewed at the end of the current season. Guy, who made his first class debut in 2000, has scored just over 700 runs at 16 with 109 dismissals.  Despite an excellent record at club and for the second X1 he has not quite made it at first team level and has had a number of opporutnities that he has been unable to ....

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Forgotten Man Playing Key Role

Yorkshire's only close season signing Lee Hodgson has become something of a forgotten man.  Despite some decent preformances at Second X1 level, his progress has been hampered by injury and he has yet to appear in the First team. The 23 year old, who joined Yorkshire from Surrey, has been playing a major part for his club side Marton.  They stand on the verge of winning the North ....

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Shahzad Wants To Stay At Yorkshire

  Ajmal Shahzad has expressed his desire to remain at Yorkshire. The 24 year old said "I am not committing myself, but I would love to stay at Yorkshire," At the moment, I've not signed a deal with Yorkshire. I have spoken to a few other counties - about three or four." It is known that Worcestershire have approached Shahzad, it is also believed that Middlesex have been looking at ....

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Yorkshire's Kit Suppliers Go Into Administration.

Sports kit distributor Canterbury Europe, the European trading arm of the New Zeland based Canterbury group have been placed into administration with the loss of 72 jobs. The company are kit suppliers to both Yorkshire and Hampshire as well as a number of Rugby Union clubs.  The company have blamed adverse trading conditions for its decline, citing the fall in value of the pound as the ....

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Sayers Back In Form

  One of the positives out of what so far has been a disappointing season for the Tykes has been the return to form of left handed opener Joe Sayers.  In the Championship he has so far scored 597 runs at an average of 49.75 with two big hundreds, 173 v Warwickshire and 152 v Somerset.   Sayers lost form completely in 2008, resulting from him being left out of the side and only ....

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Championship Review - Six Games In

from Len's blog Last of the Summer Whine   So much for my pre-season prediction that Yorkshire would finish in mid-table. Still possible I suppose, ten games to go is a long way, but right at this moment it looks like they're in for yet another relegation dog-fight. As with Worcestershire, the frustration is that Yorkshire has talent in their squad, but as a unit they constantly ....

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Michael Vaughan Retires

  Michael Vaughan has announced his retirement from all forms of professional cricket today. The 34-year-old has retired with immediate effect and everyone at The Yorkshire County Cricket Club wishes him all the very best for the future.   Michael made his Yorkshire debut in 1993 and soon showed the class that was to feature in his batting exploits throughout his career. The ....

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