The Official Yearbook of The Yorkshire County Cricket Club.
Although no trophies were lifted by Yorkshire in 2018 they fought hard throughout the summer and finished with their heads held high and looking forward immensely to the coming season which promises to be one of the most important and thrill-packed in the Club’s proud history. Emerald Headingley this year is hosting a Royal London one-day international between England and Pakistan, four ICC Cricket World Cup matches and a mouth-watering Ashes Test match, in addition to its county cricket programme. Yorkshire were acutely aware last season that they needed to preserve their Specsavers County Championship First Division status with such a big summer coming up and after one or two scares on the way they managed it by securing a respectable fourth place in the table.
- Full review of the 2018 season
- Extensive Championship and one day match reports and scorecards
- Match Factfiles
- Yorkshire Seconds and Academy review and scorecards
- Yorkshire Diamonds women’s cricket team review and averages
- Farewell to Jack Brooks, Liam Plunkett, Andrew Hodd and Alex Lees – feature
- Obituaries section, including BBC ball-by-ball commentator, Dave Callaghan
- Cricket after the First World War – Feature
- Fifty Years Ago – Feature • Yorkshire President’s Gold Award winners – Feature
- Wandering around former county grounds – Feature
- Geoff Cope nominated as Yorkshire President – Feature
- All Club and Player Records updated
- Full fixtures for 2019
And much, much more and much, much more!