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15-18 April - Yorkshire V Somerset - Headingley - Championship Div One

DAY ONE Marcus Trescothick hit a century but could not stop Somerset being bowled out for 272 on day one against Yorkshire at Headingley. Trescothick hit 15 fours in his 117, but only found support from Peter Trego (45) and James Hildreth (30). Tim Bresnan picked up 3-48, with fellow seamer Oliver Hannon-Dalby taking 2-54 on his home debut as the Tykes ran through the Somerset middle ....

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9-12 April - Warwickshire V Yorkshire - Edgbaston - Championship

  DAY ONE   Steven Patterson, right, was pick of the attack as Yorkshire bowled Warwickshire out for 217 inside 61 overs on Day 1 of their LV County Championship match at Edgbaston.   Neil Carter top-scored with 41 off 36 balls, including seven fours, for the hosts, but Yorkshire took seven wickets in the afternoon session.   Andrew Gale won the toss at his first ....

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23-26 September - Yorkshire V Hampshire - Headingley - Championship Div 1

  DAY ONE   Ex Yorkshire batsman Michael Lumb top scored for Hampshire at Headingley on the opening day.. The son of ex-Yorkshire opener Richard Lumb hit an unbeaten 72 as Hampshire ended a gloomy, weather-restricted Leeds day on 227-4 in 75 overs.   Lumb and Jimmy Adams (51) both hit half centuries.  Liam Dawson helped Adams put on 95 for the first wicket after being ....

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16-19 August - Sussex V Yorkshire - Hove - Championship Div 1

DAY ONE   Sussex leg-spinner Piyush Chawla took four wickets but Yorkshire's middle/lower order battled to 274-7 at the close on day one.   McGrath won the toss and batted but it was Sussex who made the ideal start when Yorkshire's leading scorer in the County Championship, Jacques Rudolph, departed to the third ball of the day for a duck - trapped leg before by Jason ....

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10 September - Yorkshire V Gloucestershire - Headingley - Pro 40 Div 1

  A dynamic opening partnership of 121 in 22 overs between left-handers Jacques Rudolph and Joe Sayers hurried Yorkshire to an eight-wicket victory over fellow strugglers Gloucestershire.   Rudolph's unbeaten 72 off 91 balls represented his fifth half-century in seven Pro40 matches, while Sayers batted with rare freedom to make 55 from 67 deliveries with seven well-struck ....

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3-6 September - Nottinghamshire V Yorkshire - Trent Bridge - Championship Div 1

  DAY ONE   Nottinghamshire took control as Yorkshire were made to struggle on day one at Trent Bridge.   Faced with a green wicket clearly designed to engineer a result - Notts stand 29 points behind leaders Durham having played a game more - the Tykes struggled to 220-8 by close of play. After being put into bat, openers Jacques Rudolph (40) and Joe Sayers battled through ....

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30 August - Yorkshire V Sussex - Scarborough - Pro 40 Div One

  Left-hander Adam Lyth completed his maiden one-day century on his home ground but Yorkshire suffered a 38-run Duckworth-Lewis defeat.    Lyth's sparkling innings enabled Yorkshire to rattle up 254 for two but table-toppers Sussex charged to 230 for five in 31.3 overs when rain ended play.  The bad weather agonisingly left Joe Gatting stranded on 99 - but the most ....

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26-29 August - Yorkshire V Warwickshire - Scarborough - Championship Div 1

  DAY ONE   Ajmal Shahzad took three wickets before rain prevented the hosts from making further inroads in their Division One relegation battle with Warwickshire at Scarborough.  The fiery seam bowler's hostile spell helped reduced Warwickshire to 53-4 after they had been put into bat on a rain-hit opening day.   Both teams are looking for a victory in order to get away ....

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19-22 August - Yorkshire V Lancashire - Headingley - Championship Div 1

  DAY ONE   Lancashire recovered from a dreadful start to the Roses match at Headingley to reach 226 for seven at the end of day one against Yorkshire.   Yorkshire had stunned Lancashire with two wickets in three overs at the start of the LV Championship tussle, but a fighting unbeaten 73 from Mark Chilton helped the visitors recover.   The visitors to Leeds elected to ....

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11-14 August - Hampshire V Yorkshire - Basingstoke - Championship Div 1

  DAY ONE   Ajmal Shahzad tore through the Hampshire tail with three wickets in an over to tip the balance in Yorkshire's favour on the first day of their LV County Championship Division One match at Basingstoke's May's Bounty.   Shahzad dismissed Dimitri Mascarenhas with his first delivery to a catch at the wicket and then knocked back the off-stump of Chris Tremlett next ....

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9 August - Somerset V Yorkshire - Taunton - Pro 40 Div One

  Somerset Sabres gained their first Pro40 victory of the season as Yorkshire crashed to a second successive defeat but where as the Hampshire one was close this more emphatic.   Yorkshire made a solid start with the bat as openers Andrew Gale and Jacques Rudolph raced the total onto 49 by the end of the seventh over, but Charl Willoughby then had Gale caught at silly mid on by ....

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6 August - Hampshire V Yorkshire - Southampton - Pro 40 Div 1

  Yorkshire lost their second Pro40 League match in three as Hampshire chased down 233 off the last ball in a floodlit thriller at the Rose Bowl. Opener Michael Lumb struck 53 before teenage all-rounder Liam Dawson followed his miserly bowling figures of one for 29 to pinch the winning run with the final ball of the innings. Yorkshire openers Jacques Rudolph (79) and Andrew Gale (54) ....

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31 July-3 August - Lancashire V Yorkshire - Old Trafford - Championship Div 1

  DAY ONE The Roses match is county cricket's most famous contest. The first day's play, however, brought nothing from either team really worthy of the great matches of the past, until the Lancashire opening pair of Paul Horton and Tom Smith, who earlier claimed a career-best 6 for 46, dug in during the final session. They shared an unbroken century opening partnership by sound but ....

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21-24 July - Yorkshire V Nottinghamshire - Scarborough - Championship Div One

DAY ONE Overcast conditions which led to bad light meant that only 34 overs play was possible on the first day.  In such swing bowler friendly conditions it was something of a surprise that a Notts side containing Sidebottom decided to bowl first on winning the toss. Yorkshire's Matthew Hoggard and Tim Bresnan took full advantage of the overhead conditions and moved the ball ....

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19 July - Yorkshire V Durham - Scarborough - Pro 40 Div 1

  Yorkshire ended a run of 10 consecutive matches without a win in all competitions by beating Durham under the Duckworth-Lewis method.   Yorkshire made 199 for seven in what began as a 38-overs-a-side match, rain left Durham chasing a revised target of 202 in 37 overs and a weather interruption at 118 for four in 22.3 overs meant they needed to reach 168 for victory in a further 7.3 ....

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15 July - Worcestershire V Yorkshire - Worcester - Pro 40 Div One

Another poor day for Yorkshire as they lost another game that they controlled for large periods. Worcester won the toss and batted but it was Yorkshire who made the dream start with Solanki caught at slip off Kruis first ball.  Davies and Moore then put on 68 for the second wicket before Bresnan dismissed them both, Davies for 46 and Moore 22.  Fine mid innings bowling from Hoggard 1 ....

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10-13 July - Yorkshire V Durham - Headingley - Championship Division One

DAY ONE Yorkshire took the honours on the first day with pace bowler Ajmal Shahzad and legspinner Adil Rashid both bowling superbly, taking three wickets each as Durham were bowled out for 178 runs. Their batsmen, led by Joe Sayers made a good start before the close.   Durham began slowly, the first runs not coming until the third over, when Michael Di Venuto pushed a ball from Matthew ....

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30 June-3 July - Somerset V Yorkshire - Taunton - Championship Div 1

DAY ONE   Jacques Rudolph's dominated the first days play, after a relatively lean spell by his standards he was back to his brilliant best as for the second time this season is passed 190.  His 191 was made off 267 balls, he found the boundary on 29 occasions.   Having opted to bat first on a typically flat Taunton wicket, the Tykes lost opener Joe Sayers to the new ball but ....

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Mcgrath Expresses Fustration At Yorkshire's Inconsistency

  Speaking at Lunch With Sir Michael Parkinson at York Racecourse, McGrath said he was frustrated at the Tykes' form this season, which has seen them fluctuate between the brilliant and the woeful.   "It's very frustrating. People in Yorkshire are very passionate about their cricket. They want success and rightly so. "We just seem to be inconsistent. It's difficult to really know ....

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28 June - Yorkshire V Derbyshire - Headingley - Twenty 20 Cup

  Yorkshire suffered a 37-run defeat to Derbyshire.  Michael Vaughan with rumours about his impending retirement was left our of the Yorkshire side.  The Tykes suffered another trade mark batting collapse on their way to a fourth successive defeat in this year's Twenty20 Cup, a run that means they will be in Division Two of the new P20 tournament next season.   Looking to ....

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26 June - Leicestershire V Yorkshire - Grace Road - Twenty 20 Cup

  Yorkshire crashed out of the Twenty 20 cup following an 11-run defeat by Leicestershire.   Leicestershire made 164-6 from their 20 overs, a fine opening partnership between Andrew Gale and Jacques Rudolph of 104 in 12 overs put Yorkshire well on the way to victory but the all too familiar batting collapse in which Andrew Harris and Wayne White each claimed two wickets in the last ....

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24 June - Durham V Yorkshire - Chester Le Street - Twenty 20 Cup

A shambolic batting performance saw Yorkshire hammered by Durham, a defeat that puts their chances of qualifying for the quarter-finals in jepody. Despite bowling 9 wides Yorkshire did well to restrict Durham to what looked a modest 131 for 7.  The Austrailian Warner (19) and Mustard (26) gave Durham a decent enough start but their's were the highest scores of the innings as Yorkshire ....

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22 June - Nottinghamshire V Yorkshire - Trent Bridge - Twenty 20 Cup

Nottinghamshire gained revenge for their earlier defeat at Headingley and it was a former Tyke Ryan Sidebottom that played a decisive role. After Kruis had bowled Read from the second ball of the innings Wood and Brown set about the Yorkshire bowling with gusto.  After three overs Kruis was taken off after leaking 36 runs and Adil Rashid and been hammered for 29 off two.  A huge Notts ....

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