IT proved to be another testing year for Yorkshire - both on and off the field - but, there was a positive end to the campaign when an unbeaten run of four County Championship games saw them secure a fourth-place finish.
WHEN you weigh up everything, it’s been a generally positive start to the season for Yorkshire’s clubs in the SkyBet Championship - with Sheffield United, Leeds United, Middlesbrough and Sheffield Wednesday all occupying a spot in the top six.
THERE are the highs ... and then there are the lows. Yorkshire, fresh from a nail-biting three-run County Championship win at Somerset, were quickly brought back down to earth at Headingley 24 hours later when exiting the Royal London Cup at the hands of Surrey.
YORKSHIRE head into a hectic schedule of games over the next four weeks or so, as they look to combine a run for a one-day Lord’s final while strengthening their attempt to reclaim the County Championship crown.
SHEFFIELD WEDNESDAY and Huddersfield Town will take part in a straight shoot-out for Wembley when they contest the second leg of their Championship play-off second leg at Hillsborough on Wednesday night.
YORKSHIRE got their County Championship campaign up and running with a convincing win over Warwickshire at Edgbaston and will look to add to that by gaining swift revenge when they take on Hampshire on Friday.