Corridor Of Uncertainty Articles- Yorkshire CCC news articles

Two Wins Should Do It

After a spell of three four day games, Yorkshire return to Twenty 20 action this week.  They have four games to play and they know that two wins should see them through to the Quarter Fnals. Apart from two reverses against the old enemy Lancashire, this has been Yorkshire's best and most impressive Twenty 20 campaign to date with victory in all the other matches. Like the four day game the ....

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1,000 Up For Yorkshire Youngsters

While Yorkshire were putting up a poor batting display against Somerset, there was hope for the future. Not only the terrific debut of Johnnie Bairstow, 28 and 82 not out in the match.  In making those runs he passed 1,000 runs for the season.  260 runs @ 37 for the Academy, 647 @ 92 for the second X1 and now those 110 first class runs against Somerset. At the same time for the ....

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High Flying Academy Face Big Game This Weekend

  Yorkshire's Academy are currently top the Yorkshire Premier League.  So far this season the Counties talented youngsters are unbeaten having won seven league games.   This Saturday they face their toughest test of the season so far when they take on second placed Scarborough at North Marine Road.    There has been a number of notable performances for the Tykes but ....

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Yorkshire Well Placed To Qualify For Quarter Finals

Despite being soundly beaten twice by the old enemy Lancashire, Yorkshire find themselves lying second in the North Division and well placed to qualify for the quarter finals when the Twenty 20 Cup resumes at the end of this month. While the Lancashire performances were poor Yorkshire have beaten all their other group rivals.  The foundation for these four victories has been the excellent ....

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Yorkshire Call For Ecb Not To Act Hastily Over Kolpak Changes

The governing board are determined to trim the number of overseas cricketers currently qualifying as locals through Kolpak regulations in order to give more chances to home-grown talent. In order to do so, they have set out their own criteria, in the form of five bullet-point stipulations, with such players having to meet just one of them to continue their professional careers in this ....

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England Newcomers Sign New Contracts For Yorkshire

New Test cap Tim Bresnan and Twenty 20 World Cup squad player Adil Rashid have both signed new contracts that will keep them with Yorkshire to the end of the 2011 season. Tim Bresnan said "It's fantastic here at the moment and I'm delighted to be pledging my future to the club, "Martyn Moxon has been massive for us; everyone is pushing in the right direction and Yorkshire is a great place to ....

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Hoggard Wants To Stay At Yorkshire

Matthew Hoggard has confirmed he would like to stay at Yorkshire when his current contract expires at the end of the season.  Despite reports linking Hoggard with a move away from Yorkshire he said: "I don't want to leave because I love playing for Yorkshire and I'm a Yorkshireman through and through, I very much hope I'll be able to come to an agreement with Yorkshire because the club ....

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Twenty 20 Cricket Coming To Scarborough

Anthony McGrath’s Benefit Committee have announced they have agreed with Scarborough Cricket Club that a benefit match for the Yorkshire Captain against The Darren Lehmann All-Star XI will be played at North Marine Road, Scarborough on Saturday 18 July 2009, commencing at 4pm. Yorkshire’s first XI, with the likes of McGrath, Jaques Rudolph and Tim Bresnan will take on The Darren ....

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We Can Win A Trophy This Season

Matthew Hoggard believes that Yorkshire can win a trophy this coming season. “On paper (we can win silverware), you always can on paper, said the England seamer. “We’ve got a fantastic team, but we need put the potential we’ve got into performances on the pitch.  To be successful in such a congested fixture list that we’ve got this year we’ve got to use ....

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Ycm Magazine - April

April’s edition of YCM is packed full of good reading material for Yorkshire fans.  When you look at prices charged by football clubs for Match Day Programmes this magazine is extraordinarily good value at just £2.   The magazine features interviews with Joe Sayers, Michael Vaughan and Craig White, on his 20 years at Yorkshire.  There is an excellent article on Dave ....

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Headingley Turf Is Complete

Yorkshire-based Lindum, one of the UK’s leading turf specialists, has laid the final piece of turf at Headingley Carnegie Cricket Ground, marking the end of over six months of work to install new drainage and irrigation systems at The Yorkshire County Cricket Club.    Headingley Carnegie’s new ‘hallowed turf’ is specially designed reinforced mature turf grown ....

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Yorkshire Season Preview

Likely form:It’s hard to overstate just how close Yorkshire came to being relegated last season. But without a determined all-round rearguard performance from their two young spinners in the final game of the summer, 2009 would see the White Rose faithful discovering just how much the price of choc-ices had gone up in Cardiff since their last visit. Following on from a similar eleventh hour ....

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Yorkshire Duo Get England Call

Yorkshire due Adil Rashid and Tim Bresnan have been selected in England's preliminary squad of 30 for the Twenty 20 World Cup which starts on June 5th. Adil Rashid is fresh from touring the West Indies with England during the Winter although he was overlooked for the Interntaional games.  Tim Bresnan has been on the fringes of the England One Day side and it is no surprise to see him ....

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Regal On The Ipl And Other Matters

"At Yorkshire we would be up for bringing the IPL to the county" said Chief Executive Stewart Regan during an interview given to White Rose TV.  He added "Headingley is well placed for this as their is a large demand from the Asian Community for Twenty 20 cricket.  Its an exciting competition but there are a lot of logistical issues to overcome.  50 matches to squeeze in during ....

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Greg Wood Departs

Yorkshire have announced the departure of wicket keeper batsman Greg Wood.  The England Under 19 International is leaving Yorkshire in search of first X1 cricket.   He commented "I have thoroughly enjoyed my time at Headingley Carnegie and would like to thank the coaches and playing staff for their support during my development. I have represented both my county and country at ....

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Exciting Media Developments For The 2009 Season

I had a chat with Yorkshire’s PR & Communications Manager and founder of the Corridor, James Buttler, as he prepared to set off to Dubai to bring members and supporters live commentary of Yorkshire’s matches in the pre-season Pro-Arch Trophy competition.  This shows how far radio coverage of Yorkshire has come under Buttler’s stewardship.  In 2007 we had no live ....

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Interview With Len The Yorkshire Kitman

The Corridor were pleased to be granted an exclusive interview with Len, the Yorkshire kitman and well known blogger.  I visited Headingley earlier this week to meet Len as he started to sort out kit for Yorkshire's pre-season trip to Dubai. 1) Perhaps you could start by telling us what your duties are at the club?Basically I do what it says on the tin. I wash and iron the clubs kit (as ....

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Profitable Yorkshire

Yorkshire returned a third successive pre-tax profit in the financial year to 2008. The profit of £367,359 follows profits of £366,000 in 2007 and £267,000 in.  These profits follow substantial losses which were made in the five years prior to that including two which were in excess of £1 million. Profits have been returned despite interest payments of ....

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New Contract For Mcgrath

Yorkshire have announced that skipper Anthony McGrath has signed for another three years with the White Rose.  McGrath's new deal means that he will stay with the county until September 2011.  McGrath is Yorkshire's beneficary in 2009 and his contract extension shows how things have changed for him with Yorkshire as he looked set to quit the county prior to Darren Gough's arrival for ....

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Mcgrath Welcomes Rashid Selection

Yorkshire skipper Anthony McGrath has spoken of his delight at the selection of Adil Rashid for England’s tour to the West Indies.    “We are very proud that Adil has been picked – hopefully he will get a go” said McGrath.  He went on to add "Leg-spin is a difficult art as everyone knows, Adil has bowled really well over the last two years and deserves ....

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Rashid Gets Test Call

Yorkshire’s leg spinning all-rounder Adil Rashid has been included in England’s Test squad for next month’s tour of the West Indies.  Rashid is the only un-capped member of the party and this is his first ever selection for the senior squad, although he did accompany the squad on their recent tour of India.    Rashid has been tipped as a future test player ....

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Azeem Rafiq On Uae

The Corridor sponsored Azeem Rafiq has just arrived back in Yorkshire after skippering the Academy to success in UAE.  He is only back briefly as in a couple of days he jets off to South Africa with the England Under 19 side.   Yorkshire’s James Buttler managed to grab a quick word with him for the Corridor.  “it was a good place, we were looked after really ....

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Youngsters Take The Trophy

Yorkshire’s youngsters ended 2008 on a high note by winning the Academy Arch in the UAE.   In their first game Yorkshire defeated the UAE Under 19 team.  The foundations for Yorkshire’s 265 for 4 where laid by Root 80 and Geldhart 91.  In reply the hosts were bowled out for 144.   Next up for Yorkshire were Glamorgan who they bowled out for 181.  Chris ....

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New Contract For Lyth

Yorkshire have announced that Adam Lyth has signed a new three year contract. Former England Under 19 player Lyth, who was sponsored by the Corridor of Uncertainty during 2008, established himself as a first team regular during the 2008 season. The left hander made a career best of 132 against Nottinghamshire and played in fourteen championship matches.  He will spend part of the ....

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Kruis Is Back

Following discussions with Deon Kruis earlier this week The Yorkshire County Cricket Club have reached agreement for the player to return to Headingley Carnegie in 2009 on a one- year contract.  It had been announced last week that Deon would be leaving the Club after four successful seasons from 2005 when he was the Club’s player of the year.  Yorkshire felt that Deon had taken ....

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