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Test fees must rise to halt drain to T20 riches says Yorkshire’s Martyn Moxon

MARTYN MOXON believes that Test cricket must be more financially rewarding to prevent players from prioritising T20 riches.

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Yorkshire captain, Gary Ballance Picture: Nigel French/PA

Gary Ballance opts for Yorkshire tour over Barbados one-day event

YORKSHIRE pace bowler Matthew Fisher has been chosen for this year’s North versus South one-day series, but club captain Gary Ballance has decided to skip the event.

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England's Liam Plunkett. Picture: David Davies/PA

Australia v England: Liam Plunkett confident England will not suffer Ashes hangover in ODI series

Liam Plunkett insists England’s one-day specialists have no reason to be cowed by Australia’s Ashes success.

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England's Joe Root pictured during the final Ashes Test at Sydney (Picture: Jason O'Brien/PA Wire).

Ailing Root forces delay for England over Test series squad

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STICKING AROUND: Yorkshire's Adam Lyth hits out. Picture by Allan McKenzie/SWpix.com

Adam Lyth out to prove he is good value for new Yorkshire deal

YORKSHIRE batsman Adam Lyth has signed a two-year contract extension, keeping him at Emerald Headingley until the end of 2020.

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Tim Bresnan.

Tim Bresnan replaces David Willey at Perth Scorchers

TIM BRESNAN has signed as an overseas replacement for Yorkshire team-mate David Willey at Big Bash League side Perth Scorchers.

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England's Joe Root pulls through mid-wicket on day one at the SCG. Picture: Jason O'Brien/PA

Chris Waters – The Ashes: Time for Root to get tough on himself in order to match Test peers

ONCE AGAIN, Joe Root passed 50 but failed to reach 100.

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England captain Joe Root wears a pink cap in support of the Glenn McGrath breast cancer charity foundation, which will celebrate its 10th anniversary during the fifth and final Ashes Test in Sydney (Picture: Jason OBrien/PA).

Root is targeting triumphant finale to aid England’s Ashes cause when they return in 2021

Joe Root believes victory in Sydney will be much more than mere Ashes consolation and can act as a springboard for success when he leads England back to Australia to try again.

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Alastair Cook made 244 not out after batting throughout Englands innings in the current Ashes Test in Melbourne (Picture: Jason OBrien/PA).

Chris Waters - The Ashes: Echoes from Alastair Cook’s innings carry all way back to Len Hutton and Geoff Boycott

AS ALLEGATIONS of English ball tampering swirled around the Melbourne Test, dismissed as much ado about nothing by all pertinent parties, it was easy to overlook another ‘non-event’ on a fourth day badly hit by the weather.

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Sports Quiz of the Year: Test your sporting knowledge of 2017 (answers now available)

ALL BEING well, you’ll have opened your presents, stacked up all the smellies that will last through several more Christmas’s, all before filling yourself up with food and drink from your festive dinner.

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Yorkshire coach Andrew Gale.

Lessons learned as Andrew Gale returns to prove Yorkshire’s critics wrong

ANDREW GALE has sent an early New Year message to Yorkshire’s supporters, insisting that the club are desperate to right the wrongs of 2017.

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England captain Joe Root (Picture: Jason O'Brien/PA Wire).

The Ashes: Yorkshire’s Joe Root backed to deal with flak Down Under

MARTYN MOXON is backing Joe Root to come through the toughest test of his career.

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Dawid Malan is calling on England to take the attack to Australia as they set out to prove they can be a match for their Ashes hosts in the final two Tests. Picture: Jason O'Brien/PA

The Ashes: Malan urges England to match Australia’s toughness

DAWID MALAN is calling on England to take the attack to Australia as they set out to prove they can be a match for their Ashes hosts in the final two Tests.

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Yorkshire's Jack Brooks successfully appeals taking a wicket against Surrey at Headingley earlier this year. Picture: Anna Gowthorpe/PA.

Rhythm crucial for Yorkshire’s Jack Brooks to find right strike rate again

Yorkshire strike bowler Jack Brooks is confident he can return to the sort of form that saw him take 60-plus wickets a year and helped the team win successive county championships.

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Australias players celebrate taking the wicket of Englands Chris Woakes, right, which won the third Test and secured the Ashes (Picture: Jason OBrien/PA Wire).

The Ashes – Joe Root: ‘Maybe I tried too hard’

CAPTAIN Joe Root insists his England team cannot be faulted for effort despite losing the Ashes at the earliest opportunity this winter.

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England's Joe Root walks from the field after defeat during day five of the Ashes Test match at the WACA Ground, Perth. (Pictures: Jason O'Brien/PA Wire)

Chris Waters - The Ashes: Numbers do not lie as England begin soul searching

SACK the captain. Sack the coach. Sack the players. Sack the backroom staff. Sack the tea lady. Sack the tea lady’s cat. Sack the tea lady’s cat’s cousin.

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Geoff Boycott.

The Ashes: Yorkshire legend Boycott urges England star not to retire

Geoff Boycott urges Alastair Cook to think again if he is tempted to retire at the end of this winter’s Ashes series - or risk regretting his decision, as football great Sir Bobby Charlton did.

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England's Jonny Bairstow. Picture: Adam Davy/PA

The Ashes: Bairstow shunted up England batting order for Perth Test

England have moved Jonny Bairstow one place up the batting order to number six in an otherwise unchanged line-up for the third Ashes Test.

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Jonny Bairstow says England still have three chances to put things right in Australia (Picture: Jason O'Brien/PA Wire).

The Ashes: We still believe we can do something special, insists Yorkshire’s Jonny Bairstow

JONNY BAIRSTOW is confident England can finally put all the off-pitch distractions behind them in order to hit back against Australia and go on to retain The Ashes.

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MOVING ON: England's Jonny Bairstow. Picture: Jason O'Brien/PA

The Ashes: Jonny Bairstow warns Australians not to go too far with sledging

JONNY BAIRSTOW believes he was “stitched up” by Australia over his ‘headbutt’ greeting for Cameron Bancroft - which he describes simply as a case of “boys being boys”.

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