Corridor Of Uncertainty Articles- Yorkshire CCC news articles

County Cap For Brophy

Wicket keeper Gerard Brophy has been capped by Yorkshire.  The 32 year old keeper arrived from Northamptonshire in 2006 with a reputation of being an explosive batsman as well as a talented keeper.  2006 was a poor year for him and he was ultimately left out of the side. Brophy came back strongly in 2007 and firmly established himself as Yorkshire's number one keeper.  His batting ....

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Gough To Retire At The End Of The Season

Yorkshire skipper Darren Gough has confirmed that he will retire at the end of the season. Speaking on Sky Sports he said "I'm 37, we've got some good youngsters coming through and I'll be 38 when I've retired."   "I think I've had a good innings and it's time to call it a day." Gough, whose campaign has been restricted by injury so far this season, will be determined to go out on a ....

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Ground Works To Take Place At Headingley

Yorkshire County Cricket Club have announced that they have been awarded a £600,000 grant by the ECB.  This will be used to completely relay the outfield at Headingley Carnegie Cricket Ground and introduce new drainage and irrigation systems. This will increase the amount of cricket played at the ground and reduce the amount of time lost to poor weather. The official press ....

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Naved Set For Oval Debut

Rana Naved has arrived at Yorkshire, he has travelled with the team to their match against Scotland today and is set to make his first appearance in the Championship match at the Oval against Surrey.  Rana's arrival will be a great boost to the side who need to get back to winning ways following recent defeats against Durham and Lancashire. Rana, who has just arrived in England, had his ....

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Duo Make Debuts

For the first time since Adil Rashid and Steve Patterson appeared against Warwickshire at Scarborough in 2006, Yorkshire take the field against Durham at the Riverside today with two non overseas players making their Championship debuts. The Corridor sponsored Adam Lyth has become a regular in the One Day side this season and after two centuries from three innings for the seconds, the 20 ....

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Contract Extension For Shahzad

Yorkshire have announced a one year contract extension for emerging all-rounder Amjal Shahzad. The 22 year old, who was the first player to appear for the county with an Asian background, made his debut in 2004 and has made a good start to this season with both bat and ball.  He is currently out of action with a hamstring injury. The one year extension takes Shahzad till the end of the ....

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Morkel's Yorkshire Career Is Over

15 overs is all Yorkshire are going to get this season from their overseas player Morne Morkel.  The South African paceman heads for home on Sunday.  Morkel left the field in Yorkshire's recent Championship game against Nottinghamshire  with a tightening in the right leg which was initially diagnosed as a potential hamstring problem or cramp.  A scan has revealed the injury ....

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Bbc And Yorkshire Come Good On Commentary

Great news for Yorkshire fans as the BBC have announced live coverage of all Yorkshire County games this season. Dave Callagan’s commentaries can be heard live online via the BBC websites.  The commentary will not be on live Radio but the BBC will continue to provide hourly updates at four minutes past the hour on their stations.   Commentary of the Twenty 20 will be on ....

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2008 Preview

The Gough/Moxon dream team rejuvenated Yorkshire cricket in 2007, they were in contention for the Championship right until the closing few weeks of the season.  I believe the Yorkshire of 2008 is stronger than that of 2007 and they are serious title contenders this season, they certainly have a far better chance than odds of 9/1 would suggest.   Rudolph and McGrath both had ....

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Johnathan Bairstow Is A Wisden Cricketer Of The Year

Yorkshire's Johnathan Bairstow is the first ever winner of the Wisden's Schools Cricketer of the Year.  Bairstow, who has been a fixture in Yorkshire's Academy side and has played at second X1 level averaged 218 for his school, St Peter's in York. A great honour for the 18 year old who is the son of the Yorkshire legend David Bairstow.  Bairstow junior looks set to follow his father in ....

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England's Loss, Yorkshire's Gain

I found it surprising that England chose to drop Matthew Hoggard so quickly, after all he has been one of England’s most consistent bowlers in recent seasons, however as Bob Willis always says “one bad game and a bowler is out, while the batsmen get numerous opportunities.   If England continue to leave Hoggard out what a great boost this will be for Yorkshire.  ....

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Record Surplus For Scarborough Cricket Club

Scarbrorough Cricket Club have announced a record surplus of £65,624.  Speaking to the BBC, secretary Colin Adamson attributed the success to the weather during the annual cricket festival.  He added that the club would use the surplus to invest in facilities to ensure that they are at the standard for first class cricket. This years festival involves 10 days county cricket ....

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Rashid Gets Mcc Call

Adil Rashid's International ambitions have come a step closer with his call up for the MCC to face County Champions Sussex in the traditional season curtain-raiser.  Rashid, who impressed during Yorkshire's pre-season trip to Dubai has been handed an early opportunity to impress the England selectors. Rashid's call up for the game, which starts on 10 April means that he misses out on ....

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2008 A Big Season For ......

Steve Patterson – bowls at good pace and has always looked a player of some promise but because Yorkshire have had a relatively healthy pace attack possibly hasn’t had the opportunities he deserved.  Did reasonably well in his sole first class outing of 2007 taking 2-30.  At the age of 24 he is no longer a promising youngster and at the age where he would be expected to make ....

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Rashid On The Brink

Yorkshire's 20 year old leg spinner Adil Rashid stands on the brink of senior Interntional honours following the news that he has been called into the England performance squad.  The 26 man squad is the pool of players who will be used for this summer's International matches. Rashid has developed into a very useful allrounder, making his maiden century and taking 40 wickets last ....

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Pro Arch Trophy Triumph

A great start to 2008 for Yorkshire, one competition played and one trophysafely installed in the Headingley Trophy cabinet.Wins against Lancashire (the first international roses game), Somerset andthe UAE saw Yorkshire pick up Dubai's Pro Arch Trophy.  The only reversecoming against County Champions Sussex.As well as the win the pleasing aspect was the form shown by the side.Andrew Gale ....

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