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Will Jackson
10th September 2015
They may have just sealed perhaps the biggest trophy in the county game, but Yorkshire will not be resting on their laurels as they seek to build on back-to-back Championships.
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10th September 2015
An unbeaten 86 from Nick Compton helped Middlesex frustrate champions Yorkshire’s bid for a two-day win in the LV= County Championship.
Andy Wilson
9th September 2015
“That is ultimately the aim of county cricket, isn’t it?” Yorkshire’s director of cricket Martyn Moxon asked rhetorically after his team had removed any mathematical doubt about their second consecutive title on a sunny September afternoon at Lord’s. “To produce England players, and still win.”
Matt Somerford
9th September 2015
Ryan Sidebottom fast-tracked Yorkshire to back-to-back LV= County Championship titles as closest rivals Middlesex and Nottinghamshire suffered extraordinary batting collapses on Wednesday.
Callum Dent
9th September 2015
Yorkshire secured back-to-back LV= County Championship titles after Middlesex and Nottinghamshire both suffered collapses on Wednesday. Inside we look at four players that have been at the heart of their success this season.
Will Jackson
9th September 2015
Yorkshire secured back-to-back LV= County Championship titles after Middlesex and Nottinghamshire both suffered batting collapses on Wednesday. Inside we look at four matches that had the biggest impact on the destination of the Championship.
David Clark
8th September 2015
Yorkshire require just five points at Lord’s this week to win back-to-back LV= County Championship titles for the first time in almost 50 years.
David Charlesworth
6th September 2015
Michael Klinger revealed an Australian sojourn to see his family was the inspiration behind his unbeaten ton that propelled Gloucestershire into the Royal London One-Day Cup final.
David Charlesworth
6th September 2015
Michael Klinger continued his irrepressible form to send Gloucestershire into the final of the Royal London One-Day Cup after an eight-wicket victory over Yorkshire Vikings at Headingley.
Andy Wilson
5th September 2015
It has already been quite a summer for 50-over cricket, and the semi-finals of the Royal London One-Day Cup are perfectly set up to continue that momentum.