Our search for the county’s sporting hero of 2014 has begun and for your chance to win two hospitality tickets to a day at a Headingley Test, we want you to tell us who the best of the best is.
Who this year captured your imagination in the world of Yorkshire sport?
Who, for you, is a worthy recipient of the award, and deserving of a place on the honours’ board alongside last year’s winner Matt Fitzpatrick, 2012 champion Jessica Ennis-Hill, and the first recipient of our award, Kevin Sinfield.
Now in its fourth year, the award recognises the best of sporting talent currently active in the White Rose county.
All you have to do is tell us who you believe has been your Yorkshire sports hero of 2014?
One lucky reader of The Yorkshire Post will win two hospitality tickets to the second day of the Test match at Headingley between England and New Zealand on Saturday, May 30.
All you need to do is cast your nomination and hope that your selected sports star wins our poll. If you vote for our eventual winner then your name will be entered into the prize draw.
The Yorkshire Post sports hero will be the one who receives the most nominations from you, our readers. Each nomination counts as a vote.
The criterion is Yorkshire-born sportsmen and women, or people who play for Yorkshire clubs or live and train in the county, who have done wonders this year.
The closing date is Monday, December 15, at noon and The Yorkshire Post Sports Hero of 2014 will be revealed following a week-long countdown of the top five on Saturday, December 20.
You can tweet your vote to @MReederYPSport, @NWestbyYPSport or @YPSport using the hashtag #YPSH14.
Or you can send it by post to Sports Desk, Yorkshire Post, No 1 leeds, 26 Whitehall Road, Leeds, LS12 1BE.
Or you can simply comment at the bottom of this page. If you want to be in with a chance of winning the prize, please leave some form of contact detail on your comment.
Here’s a list of 50 names to consider...
* Nicola Adams
Boxing, Leeds, won Commonwealth title
* Gabby Adcock
Badminton, Leeds, medal of each colour at Commonwealths
* Lizzie Armitstead
Cycling, Otley, Commonwealth gold and World Cup winner
* Gary Ballance
Cricket, Yorkshire, bright prospect in world cricket
* Alicia Blagg
Diving, Wakefield, Commonwealth gold medallist
* Kell Brook
Boxing, Sheffield, finally won world title
* Alistair Brownlee
Triathlon, Leeds, won two Commonwealth titles
* Jonny Brownlee
Triathlon, Leeds, two Commonwealth medals
* Steve Bruce
Football, Hull, led Hull City to FA Cup final
Rugby league, Dewsbury, won NRL Grand Final, IRL player of the year
* Ed Clancy
Cycling, Huddersfield, European champion
* Daryl Clark
Rugby league, Castleford, Super League Man of Steel
* Nigel Clough
Football, Sheffield, led third division Blades to FA Cup semi-final* Hannah Cockroft
Wheelchair sprinting, Halifax, European champion
* Luke Cutts
Pole Vault, Barnsley, Commonwealth silver medallist
* James Denny
Diving, Leeds, Commonwealth silver medallist
* Oliver Dingley
Diving, Harrogate, Commonwealth bronze medallist
* Paul Drinkhall
Table tennis, Middlesbrough, Commonwealth Games champion
* Jenny Duncalf
Squash, Harrogate, Commonwealth silver medallist
* Steve Evans
Football, Rotherham, led Rotherham into the Championship
* Matt Fitzpatrick
Golf, Sheffield, leading amateur at US Open
* Andrew Gale
Cricket, Dewsbury, captained Yorkshire to County Championship
* Rebecca Gallantree
Diving, Leeds, Commonwealth Games champion
* Jason Gillespie
Cricket, Yorkshire, first-team coach of county champions
* Jack Laugher
Diving, Harrogate, double Commonwealth champion
* Alex Lees
Cricket, Halifax, young cricketer of the year
* Adam Lyth
Cricket, Whitby, cricketer of the year
* Nick Marsh
Golf, Huddersfield, English amateur champion
* Nick Matthew
Squash, Sheffield, Commonwealth Games gold medallist
Football, Leeds, Premier League winner
Cricket, Barnsley, led Yorkshire to county title
Snowboarding, Bradford, Winter Olympic finalist
* David O’Meara
Racing, Nawton, Dual Group One winning trainer
* Darryl Powell
Rugby league, Castleford, Super League coach of the year
* Joe Root
Cricket, Yorkshire, England’s opening batsman
* Hannah Starling
Diving, Leeds, Commonwealth Games medallist
* Katie Summerhayes
Skiing, Sheffield, Winter Olympic finalist
Cycling, Rotherham, top 10 in world championship
* Tom Sykes
Motorcycling, Huddersfield, world superbike runner-up
* Sophie Taylor
Swimming, Harrogate, Commonwealth champion and medallist
* Scott Thwaites
Cycling, Burley-in-Wharfedale, Commonwealth bronze medallist
* Rebekah Tiler
Weightlifting, Keighley, record-breaking teenager
* Andrew Triggs Hodge
Rowing, Hebden, world champion in men’s four
* Daniel Tudhope
Racing, Thirsk, Jockey who beat the best
* Josh Warrington
Boxing, Leeds, European and British featherweight champion
* Laura Weightman
Athletics, Leeds, Commonwealth silver and European bronze
* Aimee Willmott
Swimming, Middlesbrough, Commonwealth and European silver medallist
* James Willstrop
Squash, Pontefract, multiple Commonwealth Games medallist
* Nile Wilson
Gymnastics, Leeds, double Commonwealth Games champion
* James Woods
Skiing, Sheffield, Winter Olympic finalist