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ecb.co.uk News
24th July 2013
The England and Wales Cricket Board has announced that all 18 First Class Counties and Scotland will offer free tickets to children attending Yorkshire Bank 40 games between 2nd and 26th August 2013.
ecb.co.uk News
23rd June 2013
Kevin Pietersen hit 177 not out on his return to action for Surrey against Yorkshire and also in the LV= County Championship Worcestershire beat Glamorgan. The Unicorns lost to Middlesex Panthers in YB40 action.
ecb.co.uk News
21st June 2013
Kevin Pietersen made his return to action for Surrey, while Lancashire completed victory inside two days as six LV= County Championship games took place. Notts' 100% record in the YB40 was then ended by Sussex.
ecb.co.uk News
16th June 2013
Craig Meschede took his wicket tally in this season's Yorkshire Bank 40 to 20 as Somerset retained top spot in Group C with a five-wicket victory over Leicestershire Foxes at Taunton.
Matt Sherry
15th June 2013
Notts Outlaws, the only unbeaten side in the Yorkshire Bank 40, will aim to keep up their 100% record when they tackle last year’s runners-up Warwickshire Bears at Trent Bridge.
ecb.co.uk News
14th June 2013
Somerset had to settle for a point, which put them top of Yorkshire Bank 40 Group C, after rain disrupted their response to the winless Unicorns' 231 for eight at Truro.
Matt Sherry
4th June 2013
James Hildreth’s 102 not out was ultimately in vain as Dawid Malan’s 99 saw Middlesex Panthers to a four-wicket win over Somerset in a floodlit Yorkshire Bank 40 Group C match at Lord’s.
Rob Barnett
2nd June 2013
Somerset bounced back to winning ways in Yorkshire Bank 40 Group C as they beat Glamorgan by three wickets with 10 balls to spare at Taunton.
Chris Devine
26th May 2013
Openers Josh Cobb and Greg Smith both hit stunning centuries as Leicestershire Foxes beat Somerset by six wickets in a spectacular Yorkshire Bank 40 clash at Grace Road.
Chris Devine
24th May 2013
The Yorkshire Bank 40 is back in a big way this weekend with 12 games from all three groups spread across the UK as the road to September’s Lord's final continues.