Yorkshire recruit Poysden will play in Roses battle at Old Trafford

YORKSHIRE have signed Warwickshire leg-spinner Josh Poysden on a one-match loan.

Yorkshire's first-team coach Andrew Gale (Picture: Allan McKenzie/

Return of England stars gives Yorkshire coach Gale selection boost

YORKSHIRE hope to have their full complement of England players back for their forthcoming double-header against Lancashire.

Gary Ballance made 40 as Yorkshire followed up Friday's 10-run T20 win over Durham with a12-run triumph at New Road against Worcestershire (Picture: Bruce Rollinson).

Yorkshire quick to double up with New Road win

YOU WAIT almost two years for a T20 win away from home and two come along inside 48 hours.

GONE: Former chairman of Yorkshire CCC, Steve Denison (centre), at the club's AGM in March 2015.' Picture: Jonathan Gawthorpe.

Chris Waters: Departure of Denison is loss to Yorkshire and wider game

LIKE MOST of you, I suspect, I have little idea about the ins-and-outs of the BHS audit that led to Steve Denison resigning his position as chairman of Yorkshire County Cricket Club last week.

Harry Brook hit James Weighell for three successive fours then lofted Nathan Rimmington for six over long-off (Picture: Allan McKenzie/

Durham Jets v Yorkshire Vikings: Yorkshire end long wait for T20 win on their travels

YORKSHIRE won their first T20 game on the road for almost two years as they completed a quickfire double over Durham.

New Zealander Kane Williamson will be back in action for Yorkshire when they play Lancashire next Friday (Picture: Ross Setford/AP).

Williamson looking to learn ‘from all the guys’ on his return to play for Yorkshire

KANE WILLIAMSON is relishing his fourth spell as Yorkshire’s overseas player as he attempts to help the club towards T20 glory and to pull clear of the County Championship relegation zone.

Steve Denison pictured after his appointment as new chairman of Yorkshire CCC back in March 2015 (Picture: Jonathan Gawthorpe).

Yorkshire CCC chairman Denison ‘heartbroken’ as he resigns his post

YORKSHIRE CCC chief executive Mark Arthur last night lamented a sad day for cricket after club chairman Steve Denison resigned in the wake of the BHS audit.

RECOVERING: Geoffrey Boycott

Yorkshire CCC legend Geoffrey Boycott recovering after open heart surgery

LEGENDARY Yorkshire and England cricketer Geoffrey Boycott is recovering at home after successfully undergoing quadruple bypass open heart surgery.

RESULT: Yorkshire Vikings' Jack Brooks and his team-mates can now watch England's World Cup semi-final with the rest of the nation. Picture: Allan McKenzie/

Chris Waters: Common sense can prevail again for Yorkshire’s T20 Blast schedule if England reach World Cup final

“DEAR @ECB_cricket please reschedule the time for Wed T20 v Derby so we can all watch football come home.

Gary Ballance scored a T20 career-best 79 from 49 deliveries for Yorkshire Vikings on Saturday but it was not enough to deny Birmingham Bears who won by eight wickets at Edgbaston (Picture: Bruce Rollinson).

Yorkshire and Derbyshire explore ways of avoiding clash with World Cup

YORKSHIRE are considering rescheduling their Vitality Blast match against Derbyshire at Emerald Headingley on Wednesday night to avoid a clash with England’s World Cup football semi-final against Croatia.

Opening out: Yorkshire's Adam Lyth celebrating his half-century on a way to an unbeaten 92 against Durham.

Chris Waters: Michael Vaughan so right to be batting for Andrew Gale

WHENEVER I bump into Michael Vaughan at a Headingley Test match, as we go about our respective media tasks, he invariably greets me with the words: “Now then, Fred.”

Yorkshire captain Steve Patterson: Busy schedule.

Impossible to switch Yorkshire T20 games to avoid World Cup clashes

YORKSHIRE’s T20 match against Derbyshire on Wednesday will go ahead as planned despite clashing with a potential World Cup semi-final for England’s footballers.

Adam Lyth hits out during Yorkshire Vikings' NatWest T20 Blast win over Durham Jets at Headingley on Thursday (Picture: Allan McKenzie/

Birmingham Bears v Yorkshire Vikings: Vikings will travel with great confidence after fine start

STEVE PATTERSON says Yorkshire are determined to improve their away record as they aim to build on a winning start in the T20 Blast.

England's David Willey, pictured in action for Yorkshire against Lancashire last moth (Picture: Martin Rickett/PA Wire).

England v India: Willey left disappointed by Kumar’s stalled approach

YORKSHIRE’S David Willey has queried whether India’s Bhuvneshwar Kumar was playing within the “spirit of cricket” when he twice pulled out of his action in India’s opening Vitality IT20 victory.

Yorkshire's Adam Lyth and Jonathan Tattersall during their unbroken stand of 110 against Durham (Picture: Allan McKenzie/

Yorkshire v Durham: Imposing Vikings showcase T20 expertise once again

HOW Yorkshire failed to qualify for the knockout stages of last summer’s T20 Blast was a mystery to rival that of the Bermuda Triangle.

OPTIMISTIC: Yorkshire Vikings' captain Steve Patterson. Picture: Allan McKenzie/

Yorkshire v Durham: T20 skill-set can provide basis for success, says Patterson

IT IS one of sport’s oldest cliches that a good start is vital, but Yorkshire believe it could be key to their chances of winning the T20 title as they await the arrival of star reinforcements.

CONFIDENT: Yorkshire captain Steve Patterson. Picture: Allan McKenzie/

Headingley key to Yorkshire beating the drop, says captain Patterson

STEVE PATTERSON believes it would be wrong to read too much into Yorkshire’s position in the County Championship relegation zone.

Master blaster: England's Jonny Bairstow.

Chris Waters: Brilliant batsmen making most of scales tipping in their favour

THE question is simple: has the balance between bat and ball become too lopsided in the white-ball game?

Yorkshire's Adil Rashid (Picture: Alex Whitehead/

Yorkshire plead with Rashid to reconsider his red-ball rejection

YORKSHIRE have sent an SOS to England leg-spinner Adil Rashid asking him to rethink his decision to quit red-ball cricket.

Rory Burns and Scott Borthwick on their way to a second-wicket stand of 47 that helped County Championship Division One leaders Surrey secure a seven-wicket victory over Yorkshire at Scarborough (Picture: Dave Williams).

Yorkshire v Surrey: Yorkshire’s thoughts turn to avoiding drop after Scarborough setback

SO ended an eventful match in which champions-elect Surrey stretched their lead at the top of the table with a seven-wicket win, thereby effectively ending the challenge of Yorkshire, whose priority now is to avoid relegation.

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