‘Intrigued’ Tykes chief Moxon hails return of star man Root

Martyn Moxon admits he is intrigued to see how the pink ball round of Championship matches will play out next week.

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Australia's batsman Shaun Marsh is Yorkshire's newest T20 star

Cricket: Yorkshire confirm Aussie Shaun Marsh as overseas star for T20 Blast

Yorkshire have found a replacement for Travis Head after signing fellow Australian Shaun Marsh for this summer’s NatWest T20 Blast.

England's Joe Root shows his dejection as he leaves the field after being dismissed for 46 during the ICC Champions Trophy, semi-final match at the Cardiff Wales Stadium

Cricket: Joe Root bids to learn from Champions Trophy agony

England are determined to channel the frustrations of Cardiff and resume their upward curve in one-day international cricket en route to the 2019 World Cup.

Yorkshire captain Gary Ballance watches the ball carefully during an innings of 98 not out against Somerset at Taunton yesterday (Picture: John Heald).

Somerset v Yorkshire (day 3): Captain Gary Ballance adds to his case for England Test recall

YORKSHIRE admit that they took a risk in appointing Gary Ballance as captain considering there is always a chance that he could be recalled by England.

Steve Patterson is congratulated for taking the wicket of Andrew Hildreth on day two. Picture: John Heald

Chris Waters: Ryan Sidebottom’s ‘farewell tour’ anything but an exercise in going through motions

THE milestones keep coming for Ryan Sidebottom.

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Cricket: Tom Kohler-Cadmore’s delight at re-joining Yorkshire - ‘the best club in the country’

Tom Kohler-Cadmore insists he’s joining the ‘best club in the country’ after sealing a return to his boyhood county.

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Andrew Gale, right, and PEter Handscomb are quests on this week's show.

Podcast - CricketTalk: Yorkshire begin ‘mini-season’ as pursuit of silverware intensifies

YORKSHIRE head into a hectic schedule of games over the next four weeks or so, as they look to combine a run for a one-day Lord’s final while strengthening their attempt to reclaim the County Championship crown.

England skipper Joe Root chats with former England captain Michael Vaughan

Martin Smith column: Is a Root and branch change needed to preserve the future of cricket in England?

Remember cricket, anyone?

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Ben Coad appeals successfully for one of his six wickets in Yorkshire's demolition of Lancashire

Ben Coad stars as Yorkshire run riot on first day of Roses clash with Lancashire

Seamer Ben Coad hailed his best ever bowling performance as Yorkshire began their County Championship Roses clash with Lancashire with a demolition job.

England's Joe Root celebrates his side beating Bangladesh by eight wickets to win the game during the ICC Champions Trophy, Group A match at The Oval, London. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Thursday June 1, 2017. See PA story CRICKET England. Photo credit should read: John Walton/PA Wire. RESTRICTIONS: Editorial use only. No commercial use without prior written consent of the ECB. Still image use only. No moving images to emulate broadcast. No removing or obscuring of sponsor logos.

Cricket: Joe Root hits a century on one leg as England beat Bangladesh in Champions Trophy opener

Joe Root was one of England’s injury victims but also provided the career-best hundred which ensured they began their Champions Trophy campaign with an emphatic victory against Bangladesh at The Oval.

Jack Brooks: maiden ton

Jack Brooks hits maiden ton for Yorkshire but Chanderpaul takes Lancashire to within sight of avoiding folow-on

Jack Brooks and Shivnarine Chanderpaul scored Roses centuries on day three at Old Trafford as Yorkshire’s bid for a second Specsavers County Championship victory of the season was held up after lunch.

Joe Root scored 83 for Yorkshire (Photo: SW Pix)

Bell spoils party as Yorkshire slip from top of one-day group

Bottom-of-the-table Warwickshire turned the Royal London Cup North Group table on its head with a five-wicket win over Yorkshire at Edgbaston.

Richard Kettleborough is one of the world's top umpires

Cricket: World’s No.1 umpire Richard Kettleborough discusses his life, career and England skipper Joe Root

Abbeydale Sports Club, on the outskirts of Sheffield in leafy Dore and a stone’s throw from the Peak District, is a fairly unassuming place. Racketball, badminton and squash vie for the courts in the sports hall; the hockey pitch is a distinctive and striking shade of blue, nicknamed the Smurf Turf after finding a new home in the Steel City after the London 2012 Olympic Games.

England Cricket Captain Joe Root visits his old primary school, Dore Primary in Sheffield. Picture Scott Merrylees

England cricket captain Joe Root makes surprise trip to former Sheffield school

England cricket captain Joe Root has returned to his old school to give pupils a sporting masterclass.

Ben Coad. Picture Tony Johnson.

10-wicket Ben cracks the Coad for Yorkshire

Ben Coad continued his dream start to the season as Yorkshire powered to the brink of Specsavers County Championship victory over Warwickshire on the third day at Edgbaston.

Ben Coad took 4-47 for Yorkshire on the first day at Edgbaston.  Picture Tony Johnson.

Ben Coad puts Yorkshire in charge with 4-47 haul

The impressive depth to Yorkshire’s seam-department resonated in the Edgbaston gloom as Ben Coad bowled the White Rose into the ascendancy on the opening day against Warwickshire.

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Joe Root is fully prepared for Ashes challenge

Joe Root has promised he will be ready as England captain for the challenge of this winter’s Ashes - after being “caught cold” as an aspiring batsman at his first attempt in Tests Down Under.

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Joe Root.

Joe Root wants England stars to play in new city-based T20 tournament

Joe Root believes it is essential he and his England team-mates are able to play at least some matches in a new city-based Twenty20 – and that they can do so too for a free-to-air television audience.

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A general view of Headingley stadium as Yorkshire take on Durham in the County Championship.

Investment secured to save Headingley - Leeds Rhinos and Yorkshire chiefs hail agreement

The long-awaited redevelopment of Headingley Stadium has moved a step closer.

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Yorkshire CCC chairman Steve Denison (left), pictured with his predecessor Colin Graves at the club's AGM in 2015.
 Picture: Jonathan Gawthorpe

Yorkshire CCC confident of easing their debt in next 10 years

YORKSHIRE believe they could clear their crippling debts within 10 years.

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