All-rounder Richard Pyrah believes the Yorkshire Vikings have regained their Twenty20 belief - and could emulate their Finals Day success of 2012.
Yorkshire reached the final of the Twenty20 Cup for the first time in their history two years ago, but they were pipped in the final.
And ahead of tonight’s NatWest T20 Blast Roses clash against Lancashire at Headingley, Pyrah said: “We seem to have a bit of momentum like we had in 2012 .
“It’s a different team now, but we’ve got that winning mentality back.”
Tomorrow’s Lancashire game, in front of over 16,000 fans, is the first of five crucial T20s for Yorkshire in the space of just eight days.