Enjoy these Yorkshire CCC articles with Yorkshire County Cricket Club interviews. Yorkshire cricketers, county coaches and staff all featured on the Cricket Yorkshire website.

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Martin Ivill on life as Yorkshire Over 60s cricket captain

Nowhere in the lyrics by the Beatles of ‘When I’m 64’ does it mention scrapping against the new ball on a sapping afternoon at Kirkstall Educational in the Over 60s County Championship. Such reticence by John Lennon and Paul McCartney reflects the fact that even though cricket is viewed as a game where we can play to an age where joints… Read more →

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Yorkshire CCC Chairman Steve Denison on the 100-ball competition

For the Cricket Yorkshire Podcast, Yorkshire County Cricket Club Chairman Steve Denison shared his thoughts on the furore around the 100-ball format earmarked for 2020; a competition that caused howls of protest from media and fans alike. If you have been living on the moon and are blissfully oblivious of the news, here’s a brief recap… The England & Wales… Read more →

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Katie Levick on her leg-spin, bowling record and life as a frog in a blender

Drum roll, please….Yorkshire Women’s CCC’s Katie Levick is now officially the leading wicket taker in the history of the Women’s County Championship. We caught up for an episode of the Cricket Yorkshire Podcast (clip below) and it’s a record that the leg-spinner from Sheffield is rightly proud of claiming as her own. In our interview, you’ll hear the latest on… Read more →

Yorkshire CCC bowler Jack Brooks talks to Cricket Yorkshire

Jack Brooks on fitness, form and emptying the bars when he’s batting

Yorkshire County Cricket Club seam bowler Jack Brooks must have broken a few mirrors last season such was his bad luck with injury. Sporting what he laughingly refers to as an Oxfordshire tan after catching the sun in the pre-season tour to Potchefstroom, the Headband Warrior is on fine form at the County Media Day. As we sheltered under the East… Read more →

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