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Brunt and Winfield set for the Ashes

Over the years Yorkshire’s Katherine Brunt has seen her fair share of memorable Ashes encounters, with the sweet taste of victory and heartache of defeat being familiar feelings for the 32-year-old, writes Connor Craig-Jackson.

Jonny Bairstow.

Bairstow happy to move up to No6 if Stokes is unavailable for Ashes

YORKSHIRE’s Jonny Bairstow would be happy to move up the batting order for this winter’s Ashes series if Ben Stokes is unavailable.

England's captain Joe Root (right) talks to Stuart Broad (left) and James Anderson. Picture: Nigel French/PA

Vaughan claims captain Joe Root might require Ashes ‘mind games’

YORKSHIRE’S Joe Root may have to “con” England into believing they can win the Ashes without talisman Ben Stokes, according to Michael Vaughan.

Demolition of the stand between Leeds Rhinos rugby ground and Yorkshire County Cricket Club HQ at Headingey. PIC: James Hardisty

£40m funding confirmed for Headingley Stadium redevelopment

THE MYSTERY backer helping fund the multi-million pound redevelopment of Headingley Stadium has been revealed as insurance and investment management group Legal & General.

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The redevelopment has begun to take shape at Headingley

Financial company revealed as Headingley South Stand backers

Financial services giant Legal & General has confirmed it is funding the multi-million pound redevelopment of Leeds' Headingley Stadium.

Australia's vice-captain David Warner: Has told England to prepare for "war" as the Ashes fast approaches.

Ashes ‘war’ warning from David Warner

Australia vice-captain David Warner has told England to prepare for “war” as the Ashes fast approaches – and said he would be motivated by a “hatred” for the opposition.

Headingley could soon be hosting games in the Test match world championship. (Picture: Nigel French/PA Wire)

Radical overhaul of Test and ODI games

England are to take part in a Test world championship after the sport’s governing body gave the go-ahead to a nine-team two-year series to begin in 2019.

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England captain Joe Root leads his team out with Jonny Bairstow for the final day of the test match at Headingley against the West Indies.

Headingley proves just the ticket for 2018

YORKSHIRE CCC say they are “blown away” by “unprecedented” ticket sales for their international matches next summer at a critical time for Headingley’s future.

Australia's Mitchell Starc: In his playing days for Yorkshire.

Mitchell Starc ready to bring terminal end to England’s Ashes hopes

WHEN Mitchell Starc signed for Yorkshire in 2012, his team-mates nicknamed him ‘Terminal’ due to the fact that he had to undertake 14 flights in 12 days owing to visa problems.

Mitchell Johnson: destroyed England as Australia claimed a whitewash.

Mitchell Johnson’s pace path to redemption

Australia won the 2013-14 series 5–0 and regained the Ashes for the first time since 2006–07.

Mark Arthur.

Four-day Tests backed to enrich financial wellbeing of counties

YORKSHIRE chief executive Mark Arthur is backing calls for four-day Tests.

On target: Jenny Gunn, pictured ahead of the Kia Superleague season with Yorkshire Diamonds, was part of Englands World Cup-winning squad in the summer. (Picture: Jonathan Gawthorpe)

Yorkshire Diamond Jenny Gunn targeting the Ashes after England women hit top spot

The England Women’s cricket team will have felt on top of the world after winning the top prize at their home World Cup earlier this summer.

Ben Coad: Scooped the player of the year awards at Headingley. Picture: Bruce Rollinson

Pace prospect Ben Coad takes clean sweep of Yorkshire awards

YORKSHIRE CCC sent out a press release last night announcing that Ben Coad had won all three of the club’s major end-of-season awards, which were presented at Elland Road.

Yorkshire's Martyn Moxon, Gary Ballance and Andrew Gale

Podcast - CricketTalk: Review of Yorkshire CCC’s 2017 season

IT PROVED to be a far more difficult and. nervous season for Yorkshire during 2017

Yorkshire CCC chief executive Mark Arthur. Picture: Jonathan Gawthorpe.

True ‘all-rounders’ soon likely to be thing of past, says Yorkshire’s Arthur

MARK ARTHUR believes that only a handful of cricketers will be playing both red and white-ball cricket in a few years’ time and predicted that more youngsters will gravitate towards the T20 cash cow.

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Andrew Gale has the backing of chief executive Mark Arthur.
Picture: Bruce Rollinson

Wake-up call must produce positive response at Yorkshire CCC

YORKSHIRE’s misfiring stars will be given another chance next summer.

Doubtful: Australia's James Pattinson.

Australia pace star in battle for Ashes

James Pattinson is the least likely of Australia’s four pace bowlers to be fit for the first Ashes Test against England in Brisbane next month.

Yorkshire captain Gary Ballance walks off after being dismissed during Yorkshire's second innings at Essex, the team all out for 74 - their lowerst first-class total since 1999.. Picture: Steven Paston/PA

Season Review: Numbers don’t add up as Yorkshire fall well short of objectives

WRITING a Yorkshire end-of-season review in recent times has largely consisted of patting people on the back and regurgitating phrases such as “bulging trophy cabinet” and “dynasty of success”.

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Jonny Bairstow hits out on his way to an unbeaten 141 for England (Picture: Simon Cooper/PA Wire).

Bairstow now targets Ashes glory after century fuels England victory

Jonny Bairstow hopes to carry his stunning Royal London Series form into this winter’s Ashes.

FRUSTRATING TIMES: Yorkshire first-team coach Andrew Gale. Picture by Allan McKenzie/

Andrew Gale refuses to quit as inquest begins on Yorkshire’s sorry season

ANDREW GALE has said that he will not quit as Yorkshire first-team coach and blamed senior players for the club’s poor season.

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