Members and supporters of Yorkshire County Cricket Club who have interesting items of cricketana and memorabilia connected with the Club can take them along to Headingley on Sunday, June 21, to have them assessed and valued.
The Yorkshire Cricket Foundation is now live with a brand new website!
Sports journalist and author Andrew Collomosse, above, who covers Yorkshire matches for the Daily Telegraph, is the guest curator in June for the Yorkshire Film Archive which is presenting several films on its website in celebration of the 150th anniversary of Yorkshire County Cricket Club.
The Club is pleased to invite you and your family to attend the latest event, a Service of Thanksgiving which will be held on Friday 14th June at 2.30 pm at York Minster.
Today (13 June) marks the 10th anniversary of the first ever Twenty20 matches, and to celebrate the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) are asking fans to vote for the best XI of players to have played in the domestic competition, now known as the Friends Life t20.
Yorkshire county cricketer Gary Ballance was today named in the shortlist of six players nominated for the LV= County Championship Breakthrough Player Award.
2013 marks the 150th Anniversary of Yorkshire County Cricket Club and numerous events have been planned to mark the occasion in a spectacular manner.
As per the Club’s on-going efforts to engage with the Club’s members, a number of Yorkshire players and first team coach Jason Gillespie will be in the East Stand Long Room after the Yorkshire Bank 40 match against Gloucestershire at Headingley on Sunday.
The Club are doing all they can to give their players the best possible chance of succeeding, starting with their England trio at this weekend’s Headingley Test match.
The Yorkshire County Cricket Club Southern Group, chaired by Martin Howe has donated a generous £500 to the Club's 150th Anniversary Fund.
A Yorkshire County Cricket Club XI will face a Sheffield Collegiate Cricket Club Invitational XI on Monday 2nd September in an enthralling 150th anniversary t20 match.
Harold “Dickie” Bird, the most famous umpire the game of cricket has produced, celebrated his 80th birthday on April 19, and the Barnsley-born national treasure has written a book to mark the event which is already a national best-seller.
Our commercial department is looking for an enthusiastic, proactive individual to join them in their fast-paced environment.
Tickets to be part of cricketing history at the home of Yorkshire cricket are selling fast.
Mark Arthur began life as Yorkshire’s chief executive this week with the long-term aim of re-establishing the county as one of the premier names in world cricket.
Please download the 2013 Members' Guide......
Yorkshire opening batsman Alex Lees is to run the Leeds Half Marathon, along with his brother Tom and his Grandma Margot.
The Yorkshire County Cricket Club are saddened to hear the passing away of Harold North, who died peacefully in hospital on Friday 26 April.
Yorkshire Vikings commence their limited overs campaign with an away trip to North Wales to take on Glamorgan on Sunday 5th May (1pm start). Join Andrew Gale and the Vikings invasion as they head west to the seaside town of Colwyn Bay.
To mark The Yorkshire County Cricket Club’s 150th Anniversary, the Club’s has produced a six-minute video covering the magical moments that makes Yorkshire the most successful County Cricket Club in the history of the game.
To mark the Club’s 150th anniversary, we have produced a full-colour 88-page souvenir brochure of our illustrious history
The Yorkshire County Cricket Club’s 150th anniversary lunch was a roaring success with almost 400 diners packing into The Long Room at Headingley Cricket Ground for Sunday’s big event.
Sports journalist, David Warner, who has reported on the fortunes of Yorkshire County Cricket Club matches since 1975, was installed as President of The Cricket Writers’ Club at their annual general meeting at Lord’s on Monday.
Yorkshire CCC are delighted to announce their new Sports Nutrition partnership with Nutrition X, a leading provider of sports nutrition to both professional and amateur athletes.
Former Yorkshire and Harrogate batsman Peter Chadwick, right, is installed as President of the Yorkshire CCC Players’ Association on Sunday by retiring President Jim Love at their annual general meeting at Headingley.
The Wensleydale Creamery, producers of the famous Yorkshire Wensleydale Cheese, announced it will become an official partner of Yorkshire County Cricket Club until 2016.
Membership packs for the 2013 season have been dispatched in sequences throughout the past three weeks. If you haven't received yours yet - don't worry!
Archives ambassador Brian Sanderson got more than the icing on the cake when he took a museum display from Headingley to the latest meeting of Yorkshire County Cricket Club Southern Group in London.
Former Yorkshire and England fast bowler Darren Gough has been made an honorary life member of Yorkshire County Cricket Club.
Brought to you by www.cricketyorkshire.com this is the review of the forthcoming Yorkshire County Cricket Club Yearbook.
All Rounder Cricket Store, opposite Headingley Stadium on St Michaels Lane will celebrate their 2nd Anniversary on Saturday the 30th March 2013.
As the new season fast approaches, Yorkshire is readying itself for a big season of International cricket at Headingley this summer. New Zealand return to Yorkshire for the first time since 2004, when the Black Caps take on England in the second Investec Test Match over the Spring bank holiday (May 24th – 28th).
ECB and the BBC today announced a new broadcast partnership for county cricket, with live ball-by-ball commentary of every LV=County Championship match available throughout the season, plus all Yorkshire Bank 40 and Friends Life t20 matches.
The Cricket Memorabilia Event Society's planned event for Saturday 23rd March 2013 has been cancelled due to adverse weather conditions.
An exciting opportunity is available for a commercially minded sales executive to join our team.
Alec Stewart OBE visited Yorkshire Cricket Centre on behalf of Yorkshire Bank last week to coach prospective cricket stars, in a unique session with Leeds Rugby Foundation and Pro Coach Yorkshire Cricket.
The England and Wales Cricket Board today announced that the Yorkshire Chairman Colin Graves had been elected as ECB’s new Deputy Chairman following the completion of the election process conducted by electoral reform services.
Pro Coach are taking their famous batting and bowling master classes to new areas this Easter.
As a result of their naming, Yorkshire Vikings will meet the Minnesota Vikings at Headingley later this month.
YCCC players to took to the air with Yorkshire aviation company Multiflight to launch the 2-year partnership.
Yorkshire County Cricket Club are delighted to announce that they have secured a partnership with three companies who will sponsor the Club’s 150th anniversary celebrations throughout 2013.
They came, they creaked, they groaned, but they wanted more!
Yorkshire County Cricket Club held it's first season launch event last night, welcoming many of the Club's sponsors and partners to the Long Room for an exclusive preview of the 150th season.
Tonight, 5th March 2013, England and New Zealand will start a new historical Test Series in Dunedin. Among those set to play are Yorkshire's Joe Root and Jonny Bairstow, both busy making their own history in the Black Caps territory.
The Yorkshire County Cricket Club will inform its members at the Annual General Meeting (AGM) on Saturday March 30 2013 that it has generated turnover of £7.8m and a post-tax deficit of £118k.
Following yesterday’s announcement that Colin Graves has been nominated to become deputy chairman of the England and Wales Cricket Board, Yorkshire County Cricket Club have plans to appoint a new chief executive.
Yorkshire County Cricket Club celebrates its 150th Anniversary in 2013. The Club is the most successful in County Cricket having won the Championship a record 32 times. Our home, Headingley Cricket Ground, is one of the most significant international cricket venues in the country with guaranteed international cricket being played at the venue until at least 2019.
The Electoral Reform Society has informed the England and Wales Cricket Board that Yorkshire Executive Chairman Colin Graves has won the ballot of the Chairmen of the FCCs and MCC over Nigel Hilliard for the nomination for the position of ECB Deputy Chairman by 10 votes to 7 with 2 abstentions.
Despite the freezing weather, Adil Rashid and Ryan Sidebottom took time out from their pre-season training schedules to pose for photos at Weetwood Hall Conference Centre & Hotel, the official hotel of Yorkshire CCC.
Kcom, part of the KCOM Group, is delighted to announce that they have become the sole commercial sponsor of the Yorkshire Cricket Foundation’s Cricket in the Classroom programme.
Australian Rugby League player Cameron Smith, who plays for Melbourne Storm against Leeds Rhinos at Headingley on Friday in League's World Club Challenge, was in awe of the famous Headingley Cricket Ground when he saw it for the first time earlier this week.
Paul Nixon, former Leicestershire and England player visits Headingley to work with Pro Coach Yorkshire Cricket.
The Club is delighted to annouce that it will once again be supporting the over 50s 'Grey Fox Trophy'.
Keep your young cricketers busy this half term with offers on fantastic coaching classes from Pro Coach Yorkshire Cricket.
Birthday greetings to Yorkshire Honorary Life Member Ted Lester, the doyen of the county Club’s capped players, who celebrates his 90th birthday today, February 18.
Rudding Park’s Hawtree Championship Golf Course will play host to our 2013 golf day.
Friday 8th February sees your chance to support your favourite player or coach by becoming their sponsor for 2013. The twitter auction will start at 1pm tomorrow afternoon on the club’s official twitter feed @yorkshireccc.
The ECB has today announced that Yorkshire Bank will become the new title sponsor of the domestic 40-over competition: the Yorkshire Bank 40.
Yorkshire executive chairman Colin Graves has confirmed that he will stand, along with Essex chairman Nigel Hillard, to become the new deputy chairman of the ECB.
Start the 2013 season on the front foot with Pro Coach Yorkshire.
Back at the start of 2012 we held our inaugural Twitter Auction which allowed a wide number of Yorkshire companies and fans to support their favourite player or coach. After the success of the 2012 auction we will be holding one again for 2013 on Friday 8th February 2013 starting at 1pm.
BBC Radio Leeds will continue to provide ball by ball on line commentary on every Yorkshire game during 2013 - all competitions home and away. Dave Callaghan will be starting his 31st year covering county cricket and there will be 29 daily reports from him on five BBC local radio stations across Yorkshire as well as the on line commentary service.
Registration for the 2013 Drax Cup is now open! Enter your school or group to have the chance of playing on Headingley Cricket Ground's legendary outfield.
The former Yorkshire County Cricket Club steward passed away peacefully on Sunday 20th January.
'Underdogs grab the title'
What a great night was had by all on Tuesday at our Sesquicentennial Soiree held at the Crucible Studio Theatre, Sheffield on the very day the club was formed back in 1863.
To mark our Sesquicentennial Soiree on Tuesday January 8 at the Crucible’s Studio Theatre, Sheffield, we have pulled together a photo gallery featuring some of the magical moments from the evening.
Our Club Shop, Ticket Office and Club Offices will be closed from 21st December 2012 until 2nd January 2013.
Just four days to go until Christmas and for some, the panic of last minute shopping is setting in. If you're struggling to find the perfect gift for the cricket lover in your life, we've got the ideal solution for you.
All tickets for CB40 and FLt20 matches at Headingley Carnegie Cricket Ground are now available to purchase.
Our Club Shop on St. Michaels Lane will close between 12pm and 3pm on Thursday 20th December.
After receiving the Luxury Dining Six from Laithwaite’s Wine, Colin Graves, Executive Chairman of Yorkshire CCC struggled to choose his favourite. He had 6 exceptional wines to choose from and after much consideration he eventually chose the ‘Bodegas Primicia Carravacas Rioja Reserva’. The succulent red fruits were evident in every sip and the exquisite taste was what helped him to make his decision. In at close second came the ‘Duca di Cardino Vino Nobile di Montepuliciano,’ a rich dark character with equally luxurious tastes.
A vacancy has arisen at Yorkshire County Cricket Club for the role of Ticket Office Manager.
As if to rubber-stamp our claim to being the biggest and best cricket club in the country, it gives me great pleasure to announce that...(drum-roll)....
The end of the year is fast approaching and the end of December is the last opportunity to get a £25 discount when you join as a Yorkshire County Cricket Club member on direct debit.
We are currently recruiting Indoor League teams for the Spring (January – April) 2013 season.
A limited edition (Series 100) print to celebrate 150 years of Yorkshire Cricket has been released, based on 16 paintings by Whitby artist and YCCC member KATHRYN DAVENPORT FRSA.
The Club Shop on St Michaels Lane will open extra hours over the coming weekend to help facilitate the cricket fan's Christmas gift buying!
Yorkshire County Cricket Club is pleased to announce an exciting new family offer for the second Investec Test, England v New Zealand held at Headingley in starting 24 May 2013.
To celebrate Yorkshire County Cricket Club's 150th Anniversary, the club Store will be selling exclusive calendars featuring a timeline of the Club's history - from 1863 to 2013.
We are pleased to be able to announce confirmation with regard to the date, venue and prices for our 150th Gala Dinner.
Yorkshire cricket is mourning the loss of one of the county club’s leading figures over many years with the death in York District Hospital on Sunday, December 2, of Michael Crawford, pictured above, at the age of 92.
Dickie Bird, the former Yorkshire and Leicestershire batsman who went on to become the most famous umpire in the world, is expecting 2013 to be a busy and, hopefully, memorable year.
Yorkshire County Cricket Club and Pro Coach Yorkshire Cricket have teamed up with Yorkshire Cricket Foundation to bring an early Christmas present to Yorkshire’s cricketing youngsters.
A fixture change has been made to the 2013 1st XI fixtures.
Yorkshire County Cricket Club and Scarborough Cricket Club’s grounds staff have been awarded prizes for their efforts at the ECB’s 2012 Groundsman of the Year Awards.
Yorkshire County Cricket Club's 150th Anniversary Celebrations begin with the Sesquicentennial Soirée on 8th January 2013.
We know - Christmas is gradually crawling closer; the array of Christmas tv adverts has graced your evening sofa time, the advent calendars are flying from the shelves and Christmas nativity costumes are hastily being created.
2013 Yorkshire County Cricket Club Diaries are now available to preorder.
Yorkshire County Cricket Club players and staff have generously temporarily donated their upper lips and grown a 'mo' for Movember in honour of Prostate Cancer UK.
Sheffield-born Eric Burgin, who died on November 16 aged 88, was one of the proudest cricketers ever to play for Yorkshire - as well as being one of several accomplished pacemen to share the new ball with the great Fred Trueman.
The online ticket sales outlet will be down for essential updates tonight (19th November 2012).
Yorkshire County Cricket Club will be attending a Service of Thanksgiving at York Minster.
The Yorkshire County Cricket Club Store is already rapidly gathering Christmas stock and we've got a perfect offer for you to get your gifts in plenty of time to battle wih the sellotape!
Tickets go on general sale for the 1st England v Australia NatWest ODI at Headingley Carnegie Stadium on 6th September 2013 from 10am on Monday 12th November.
Earlier today Yorkshire County Cricket Club were delighted to receive a painting entitled ‘Yorkshire Greats’, to commemorate the 150th Anniversary of the Club next year.
Keep an eye out for order forms to order your 2013 Yorkshire County Cricket Club diary.
To celebrate Club Yorkshire’s first month in business, we’re running a huge, yes, huge competition to honour all those who have joined so far and those who join the Club before the 30th of November.
Will Wood from Leeds University has become Club Yorkshire’s first Student competition winner and has claimed his height in beer courtesy of Black Sheep Brewery!
We are happy to announce that packages for day three (Sunday) of the 2nd Investec England v New Zealand Test Match are now available to purchase.
Jonathon Bairstow has been awarded Yorkshire County Cricket Club Southern Group’s Neil Lloyd Young Cricketer of the Year award for the second time in his career at the Club.
Tickets for the first NatWest Series One Day International will be on general sale from 12th November 2012.
The Club Shop on St Michael's Lane will be closed on Wednesday 31st October.
Advanced wavefront laser eye surgery for £700 per eye (subject to prescription) with Accuvision and Yorkshire County Cricket Club.
Tickets for the second Investec Test Match between England & New Zealand on 24th May 2013 go on general sale from 1st October 2012
The Sweetest Rose: 150 Years of Yorkshire County Cricket Club by David Warner. Publication Date: 1st November 2012.
Yorkshire’s players past and present, coaches, members, officials and representatives of the Management Board packed St Chad’s Church, Far Headingley, today, for the Service of Thanksgiving for the Life of Don Wilson, who died in July aged 74.
OUT TODAY: Which Yorkshire captain worked as a stockbroker in Newcastle? Which Pudsey-born cricketer and 2nd Lieutenant died in action in World War One as he led his men over the top on the first day of the Battle of the Somme in July 1916? Who held the record for Yorkshire's highest individual List A score for 32 years?
Yorkshire members and supporters are warmly invited to bring along their Yorkshire cricket memorabilia to an Open Day at Headingley Carnegie on Tuesday, September 4 - the first day of the LV County Championship match against Glamorgan.
Celebrate 150 years of cricket at the Sesquicentennial Soiree at the Crucible Studio Theatre in Sheffield on Tuesday 8 January 2013.
Unfortunately the Yorkshire Cricket Museum will not be open to the public during the first 2 days of this week's LVCC fixture against Glamorgan.
Yorkshire Player Awards for this season will form part of the evening's programme when Yorkshire Players’ Association in conjunction with the County Club hold their annual dinner in the Long Room at Headingley Carnegie on Sunday, September 2 (6pm for 6.45pm).
Owing to the fact that we're all decamping to Welsh Wales next weekend for FPt20 Finals Day the YCCC Store will be closed for a couple of days.
Diamond Double Anniversary: Five members of Yorkshire County Cricket Supporters' Association who saw Brian Close play in 1952 – when he became the first in the country to complete the First Class “double” of 1,000 runs and 100 wickets – present him with a framed document itemising all of his runs and wickets that year
To celebrate the Yorkshire Bank Family Partnership, we’re giving away 15 sets of family tickets to this Sunday’s Clydesdale Bank 40 game against Sussex.
On Sunday August 19th Barbara will be taking over the nets area in the Yorkshire Cricket Centre and turning it into a giant sale room. She's not actually going to be selling giants, it's just that the scale of the event will be huge. You know what I mean!
Yorkshire County Cricket Club, Leeds Rugby Foundation and the Gary Chappellow Memorial Fund played host to a very special event recently as Children’s Day came back to Headingley.
Clinova, the UK based global pharmaceutical company announces a strategic commercial and research partnership with Yorkshire County Cricket Club. Clinova based in Hampshire is focused on developing, manufacturing and marketing consumer healthcare products including O.R.S, Covaflu and Stemaderm.
There are a considerable number of lost property items which were found during the England v South Africa Test Match at Headingley Carnegie between 2 & 6 August.
Kcom signs three year agreement with the Yorkshire Cricket Club to become its official Media Partner. Communications services provider will also sponsor Cricket in the Classroom community programme.
The mixed team of under 9s boys and girls from Bedale Primary School beat Driffield Junior School by 24 runs (253-229) in the final of the competition which was held on July 25th at Headingley Carnegie Stadium.
Yorkshire cricket has lost one of its most devoted and popular former players with the death in York Hospital on Saturday of Don Wilson at the age of 74.
Headingley Carnegie Cricket Ground plays host to potential future stars of the game on Wednesday 25 July as Primary school teams representing the four counties of Yorkshire compete in the finals of the 2012 Drax Cup.
Yorkshire County Cricket Club are pleased to announce that, in association with Arc Inspirations, we are launching 'Yorkshire’s Got Talent'.
Mascots and Holy Family Primary School Race Towards Children’s Day - Sports mascots led by our very own Max Mynah came together yesterday to launch a major event in the Leeds Calendar.
Those of you who have used the Trueman Enclosure this season will doubtless be aware of the vile mess caused by some of our feathered chums. Well, we've decided that enough is enough. The pigeons must go!
Following the success of the Enjoy Cricket initiative over the last 14 years, The Yorkshire County Cricket Club Charitable Youth Trust and YCCC are again making facilities available at various centres throughout the county on selected dates throughout the summer for young children interested in cricket. The 2012 programme starts very soon so please read all of the information below and download the poster for details of your nearest session.
Yorkshire beat Derbyshire by 21 runs to top the North Group and ensure a home quarter-final on either 24 or 25 of July. The draw has pitted the Tykes against Worcestershire - two of the three sides never to make it to Finals Day will be competing to break their duck.
If you ever want to spot a famous face, the YCCC store’s the place to do so!
Do you fancy a fun-filled day on Saturday 7th July? Are you a music fan with cricket knowledge? If the answers to the above questions are ‘yes’ then we have the competition for you!
We would like to apologise to anyone who came to see the Olympic torch on Sunday if they had their view impaired by the guard of honour.
To help fill the void of cricket at Headingley in July and early August, our friends at Derbyshire CCC are delighted to offer reduced ticket prices to Yorkshire members for our matches against them at their Queens Park out-ground in Chesterfield.
Barbara, our retail guru, is delighted to be offering huuuuge discounts on many of her fine items to celebrate the start of the FL t20 campaign. You can see how happy the news has made Mitchell and Azeem......and they get their kit for free!!
Calling all Junior Members – goody bags now available!! As part of their membership package, Junior Members get a Yorkshire CCC goody bag.
Don’t miss out on your £5 tickets for the FLt20 match v Durham!
After the 1-1 draw with France there's just a little hope surfacing that this England side might be a little bit better than the media have given them credit for. Make Headingley Carnegie your armchair for the rest of England's matches in Euro 2012...
We are pleased to announce that a further batch of tickets have been released for general sale for days 1 to 4 of the England v South Africa Investec Test Match here at Headingley Carnegie Cricket Ground, 2nd – 6th August 2012. Seats are now available in the North Stand and the North East Upper.
It is 50 years since Philip Sharpe’s 71 First Class catches for Yorkshire in 1962 beat the record set by John Tunnicliffe in 1901.
Clydesdale and Yorkshire Banks are pleased to announce that they will be Yorkshire County Cricket Club’s official family partner for 2012.
The Club President Geoffrey Boycott cut the ribbon at 1.15pm to officially open the new Club Shop in the Yorkshire Cricket Centre on St Michael's Lane.
One of Yorkshire’s most famous players and one of their most youthful met each other at Headingley Carnegie this morning.
James Hogg who has worked in the Commercial Department at Yorkshire CCC for the last 8 years has left the Club to pursue other interests.
We are delighted to welcome Weetwood Hall Conference Centre and Hotel as member of the President’s Business Club as our preferred hotel supplier.
We are pleased to announce that a number of tickets have been released for general sale for days 1 to 4 of the England v South Africa Investec Test Match here at Headingley Carnegie Cricket Ground between 2 and 6 August 2012.
Legendary West Indian quick Michael Holding will be joined by Brian Close at Eve of ODI Dinner on 21 June. It's time to spill the beans on that hostile and helmetless encounter at Old Trafford in 1976.
Due to technical problems, the Club’s Voicemail system was out of service last week and the beginning of this week. Callers were unable to leave messages for members of staff and the Ticket & Membership Office.
Many congratulations from everyone involved with Yorkshire County Cricket Club to Harold 'Dickie' Bird who received his OBE from HRH Prince Charles at Buckingham Palace today.
Congratulations on behalf of us all at Yorkshire County Cricket Club to "Father of the Press Box" David Warner, above, who celebrated his 70th birthday while covering Day 3 of Yorkshire's LV Championship match v. Leicestershire at Scarborough.
Colin Graves is strengthening his day-to-day involvement with The Yorkshire County Cricket Club from Monday 7 May when he assumes the role of Executive Chairman, an amalgamation of his existing role as chairman and the vacant chief executive post.
Discover what makes Yorkshire CCC one of Britian's most illustrious sports clubs.
Neil Hartley (above right with Chris Silverwood), the former Yorkshire all-rounder and vice-captain, has been elected chairman of Yorkshire County Cricket Club Players’ Association.
The YCCC Ticket Office is recruiting for a new full time assistant
Leading Yorkshire law firm Dickinson Dees have become the first commercial sponsors of The Yorkshire Cricket Academy. The five-figure deal will give Dickinson Dees a direct association with arguably the most successful cricket academy of all time.
On behalf of the Club I would like to apologise for the fact that yesterday’s rugby presentation event caused both disruption and inconvenience to YCCC members in the Long Room.
Chris Waters’ Fred Trueman, The Authorised Biography, has won the acclaimed Cricket Society and MCC Book of the Year award for 2012. Waters’ biography of the great England and Yorkshire fast bowler won him a £3,000 prize – presented at a packed Lord’s Long Room dinner on Monday 16 April.
Yorkshire Radio is once again an Official Media Partner of the Yorkshire County Cricket Club and will be bringing listeners updates on every game home and away and live coverage of all the club’s t20 games in 2012 AND they want you to play your part...
We received sad news yesterday that Dennis Bolton of Burley in Wharfedale died on 9 April after a short illness aged 89.
Sitting within the iconic Carnegie Pavilion, the Media Centre and Pavilion itself are fast becoming as instantly recognisable as the J P Morgan Media Centre at Lords. Because of the amount of TV coverage Headingley receives the Carnegie Pavilion is now officially Yorkshire’s most globally viewed building.
Now that Barbara's retail empire has expanded to cover multiple sites we thought it would be a good idea to update you as to their opening hours.
Consistency was the theme of Yorkshire’s new first-team coach, Jason Gillespie, in a question-and-answer session at Yorkshire’s opening lunch in the Long Room at Headingley Carnegie today.
Barbara is celebrating the opening of her brand spanking new Club Shop by offering Yorkshire members the chance to double their discount offer this Thursday.
President Jim Love, left, presents outgoing chairman Bryan Stott with a pair of cufflinks at the Yorkshire Players’ Association annual meeting at Headingley Carnegie on Sunday.
The club is pleased to announce details of its new seat naming scheme, exclusive to members.
The role reports directly to the Head of Hospitality & Events and is available on a full time basis. Some evening and weekend work will be required.
Geoffrey Boycott, above, was elected President of Yorkshire County Cricket Club by an overwhelming majority at the Club’s annual general meeting in the East Stand Long Room at Headingley Carnegie on Saturday.
Yorkshire CCC's cricket coaching company, Pro Coach Yorkshire Cricket are running Masterclasses and Camps throughout the Easter holidays. Coaching will be run by current and ex Yorkshire 1st team stars with highly qualified coaches. They also run camps for beginners and young cricketers making their way in the game.
In just 12 months, Parklane has transformed the facility as a result of an unprecedented multi-million pound investment programme. Rescuing Leeds Golf Centre from administration in February 2011, the company – better known for its estate agency, student lettings and property development businesses – has upgraded its golf courses, car park and outdoor landscaping, created a new Pro Shop and superb high-tech swing studios and refurbished its changing rooms and shower/ WC facilities.
The Yorkshire squad in Barbados received a twin boost yesterday with news from home that Richard Pyrah's partner Lucinda had given birth to twin girls.
The Yorkshire Players' Association have once again generously made funds available to send one of our young pros to Barbados for the pre-season tour.
IMMEDIATE START. The role reports directly to the Head of Customer Relationships & Communications and is available on a permanent basis. Evening and weekend work will be required, mainly during the cricket season.
An amazing effort by Yorkshire businesses and supporters led to a frantic final afternoon of bidding on the YCCC player auction. So much so that the twitter feed used up its daily allocation of tweets and the final two auctions therefore roll on into next week!!
Both YCCC and All Rounder Sport Management are delighted to announce details of this year's pre-Test Match event.
All of Yorkshire Carnegie’s one day matches in 2012 are to be played at weekends and it’s never been cheaper for you, your family and friends to watch FLt20 and CB40 matches at Headingley.
The Yorkshire County Cricket Club is looking for a Hospitality Executive to join the team on a fixed-term basis (April - September).
A slot has arisen in the Sunday evening 6-a-side league at the Yorkshire Cricket Centre. What better way to end the weekend than with some competitive indoor cricket? It's got to be better than being forced to watch 'Upstairs Downstairs' at any rate!
Nets for over-50s cricketers begin this coming Sunday (Feb 19th) in the Indoor Cricket Centre on St. Michael's Lane.
After a recent review of the Club’s media database it became obvious that a number of entries were out-of-date so we’ve decided that the ‘easiest’ way of ensuring we send media releases to the correct destinations is to start afresh.
The Supporters' Association have very kindly offered financial assistance to a number of the Club's pre-season activities.
Legendary West Indian quick Michael Holding comes to Headingley Carnegie on June 21st 2012 for an evening of recollection and lively discussion.
Please be aware that the YCCC Club Shop will now be closed until the 8th of March. However, online ordering will continue as normal.
We appreciate there are a lot of people out there in need of help, but this is one story that has touched the hearts of the people at Yorkshire CCC. The parents of seriously ill four year old, Thomas Cammack, are calling on the people of Yorkshire to help them pay for life saving treatment after he suffered a set back only days before his 4th birthday.
Attention all cricketers over the age of 50, the 'Grey Fox Trophy' is back for a second year! Now is the time to find those woodworm-riddled bats and mouse-nibbled pads and compete for the right to play in the final at Headingley Carnegie!
There are many reasons why a trip to Barbados in March is worth breaking open the piggy bank to fund. James Buttler, your online cricket correspondent, has followed Yorkshire CCC’s fortunes on the pre-season tours to the Caribbean in 2010 and 2011 and will be travelling back to sunny climes again in 2012 to send back news, views and match reports to Members and supporters.
I'm afraid this is a slightly sad story for a Friday ladies and gentlemen. However, the pub has been a very loyal supporter of the Yorkshire Pride Lottery and the fact that their collection of (largely YCCC-related) cricket memorabilia is being auctioned off is worthy of a story. The press release announcing the weekend's events is reprinted in full below. I would urge you all to get along if you can. It's a lovely pub.
The 2012 Opening Season Lunch will take place on Wednesday 4th April in the Long Room at Headingley Carnegie Cricket Ground.
The Club have a vacancy for a Second XI Scorer. The closing date for applications is 1 February 2012.
We hope you all had a fantastic Christmas, but for two Yorkshire players it was one they will never forget...
Our congratulations to the Northern Cricket Society, who raised £355.40 for St Gemma's Hospice through their annual Boxing Day match at North Leeds.
It's time to put 2011 behind us and concentrate on making 2012 the best possible year on and off the pitch.
We hope you have a fantastic Christmas wherever you are.
The Club shop will be closed from 4pm on Tuesday 20th December 2011 and will re-open again at 9.30am on Thursday 5th January 2012. Please also note that we are no longer able to fulfil any online orders in time for Christmas.
Can't think of what to buy for your loved one this Christmas?
Club offices closed over christmas period
Our ticket and membership systems are now back up and running
Candidates who wish to stand for the Members' Committee in 2012 have until Friday 30 December to submit their nomination forms to the Club.
Enter your school in the UK's biggest cricket competition for under 9s.
If there is one man in the YCCC offices who should have an affinity with a Yorkshire man made famous by his short fat hairy legs it is our vertically challenged Commercial Manager, James Hogg.
We have received a huge response to the competition to win a copy of the book by Chris Waters - 'Fred Trueman - the Authorised Biography'.
Yorkshire County Cricket Club members and fans can rub shoulders with some of their favourite personalities at the YCCC Players’ Association’s annual dinner at Headingley Carnegie on Wednesday, November 2.
Director of Professional Cricket Martyn Moxon and Finance Director Charles Hartwell paid tribute to Yorkshire County Cricket Supporters’ Association at their 30th anniversary lunch in the Executive Suite at Headingley Carnegie.
Barbara and Sian are frantically reducing the prices of many of last season's items in order to make way for the 2012 stock. I'm not the most organised person in the world but even I might go and grab some early Christmas bargains and I suggest you do the same!
YCCC captain Andrew Gale and physio Scot McAllister would like to thank all the supporters who so generously donated money towards their charity bike ride in aid of Marie Curie Cancer Care.
Sportingbet, official betting partner of the Test Match Grounds, offer a look at the best bets as the English cricket season continues.
There are a few places left at Gerard Brophy's Benefit Golf Day at DeVere Oulton Hall on Tuesday 4th October.
With the 2011 season behind us and the days shortening, now is the ideal time to invite some of Yorkshire’s greatest cricketers into your home - and to watch and listen as they recall the golden moments of their illustrious careers.
YCCC captain Andrew Gale and physio Scot McAllister would like to thank all the supporters who so generously donated money towards their charity bike ride in aid of Marie Curie Cancer Care.
Chris Taylor, Director of Pro Coach Yorkshire Cricket, recently presented a cheque for £12,500 to Charles Hartwell of the Yorkshire Cricket Foundation.
CANCER RESEARCH UK is bringing the Cancer Awareness Roadshow to Headingley Carnegie when Yorkshire play Somerset on Wednesday September 7th, to talk to you about the importance of spotting skin cancer early.
The final of the inaugural 'Grey Fox Trophy' for over 50s cricketers takes place at Headingley Carnegie this Friday (September 2nd).
Pro Coach Yorkshire Cricket is again offering expert coaching from current Yorkshire players and highly qualified coaches, all around the County.
Win a 2012 YCCC membership and a whole host of other great prizes!
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A combination of the YCCC website and our various social media channels plus the opportunity to discuss Yorkshire’s progress on the White Rose Forum should be enough to see any Yorkshire supporter through the ups and downs of the 2011 season.
Due to unforseen circumstances the Club Shop will be closed on Thursday 28th July.
Join us in celebrating the Yorkshire Carnegie v Worcestershire Royals match on Monday 29th August when we'll be hosting a Family Fun Day, kindly supported by Yorkshire Bank.
For the final event of the season the club have secured the services of one of the finest ever exponents of the game – Sir Isaac Vivian Alexander Richards, KGN, OBE.
The Yorkshire County Cricket Club is delighted to announce that Jacques Rudolph will return to the Club as an overseas player for the remainder of the 2011 season.
Young cricketers at Alwoodley Primary School in Leeds are the Drax Cup champions for the second year running. The mixed team of under 9s boys and girls beat Wickersley Northfield Primary School from Rotherham in the final of the competition to retain the cup.
Tickets for next year's Test Match at Headingley are on sale now.
NatWest takes Helpful Banking to this year's ODI against Sri Lanka with FREE NatWest cash machines available in ground.
Martin Searby, a well-known sports journalist who covered Yorkshire CCC matches home and away in the late 1970s and throughout the 1980s, has died at the age of 72.
First team captain Andrew Gale and physio Scot McAllister are participating in a charity bike ride for Marie Curie Cancer Care during October.
Congratulations to philanthropist Dr Keith Howard, pictured foreground opening the Yorkshire Cricket Museum in March, who has been awarded the OBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours list for his services to business, sport and the arts in West Yorkshire.
Happy birthday to Yorkshire President Raymond Illingworth, who celebrates his 79th birthday tomorrow and is continuing to make a good recovery after his heart attack.
The Yorkshire County Cricket Club are delighted to announce their new Sports Science Partners as OptimaSport. The recently launched OptimaSport product range has already become a firm favourite with such illustrious names as AC Milan and the Spanish Olympic Committee who recognise the enormous benefits of this ground breaking technology when striving for ultimate fitness capabilities.
It is 60 years since Yorkshire Past President Bob Appleyard, centre, accomplished the very rare feat of taking 200 First Class wickets in a season.
This time last year, 11 county clubs were hosting ‘Playing for Success’ education programmes inside their own grounds. In All Out Cricket's latest issue, which is out today, Phil Walker reports that just four of those programmes remain operational.
The first ‘Tykes Open Day’ of 2011 took place prior to our CB40 match against Kent on May 15th and was a great success.
Book your place now on the YCCC Travel Club's trip to the Netherlands. Can Martyn's troops exact revenge for April's 2 run defeat?
David Gower, John Edrich, Brian Close, Geoffrey Boycott and Jonathan Agnew will all be in attendance when we pay a special tribute to our current club President Ray Illingworth, on Thursday 30th June.
Jim Love, left, is installed as President of the Yorkshire Players’ Association by retiring President Philip Sharpe at the Association’s annual general meeting.
Phillip Hodson, the Yorkshire businessman and former Cambridge blue, will serve as the next President of Marylebone Cricket Club.
Clydesdale Bank and The Wisden Cricketer are searching for the country’s number one cricketing family. Each month, there is £500 cash and £500 worth of Gray-Nicolls equipment up for grabs for the family that’s convinced the judges they are the most deserving.
Former Yorkshire Second XI and Academy all-rounder Jamie Hood, above, has been made an honorary life member of the Yorkshire Players’ Association.
Supporters' Committee member Sylvia Ross serves appreciative Yorkshire fans with coffee and cakes before the start of play on Day 2 of the LV County Championship match against Nottinghamshire at Headingley Carnegie on April 21.
Find the golden ticket at Headingley Carnegie on Easter Sunday and win a coaching session with England star Alastair Cook.
Eddie Leadbeater, one of only two outstanding leg-spinners in Yorkshire’s history, died in a Huddersfield nursing home on Sunday, April 17, at the age of 83.
Tim Bresnan will be bringing the match ball that claimed the winning Ashes wicket to All Rounder Cricket Store (opposite the Headingley Carnegie Ground) next Friday evening. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to not only get Tim’s autograph, but also be photographed with Tim and the Ashes ball and purchase your cricket equipment for the new 2011 season. See below for more details
Bill Petherbridge, Yorkshire County Cricket Club's second-team scorer from 1983 to 1996, died on March 9, aged 87.
The reasons why Yorkshire will not bid for an Ashes Test until after 2019 were spelled out by Chairman Colin Graves at the Club’s well-attended annual general meeting at Headingley Carnegie Cricket Ground today.
Last Saturday saw the grand opening of a new cricket equipment store opposite Headingley Carnegie Stadium. All Rounder Cricket, owned by ex Yorkshire player Chris Taylor and current Yorkshire Captain Andrew Gale, had a hugely successful weekend with over 300 customers visiting the cricket store. More details on the specialist cricket equipment store can be found below or on the website at www.allroundercricket.com
Chairman of Yorkshire Players' Association and former left-hand opening batsman Bryan Stott with Audrey Woodhouse at The Anthony Woodhouse Library of Yorkshire Cricket in the meeting room at Yorkshire Cricket Centre at Headingley Carnegie.
Players of yesteryear bestrode Headingley again as buttons brought them to life on the day a Yorkshire benefactor opened their £300,000 cricket museum.
Yorkshire County Cricket Club has unveiled its new LV= County Championship shirt for the 2011 season at one of the dealerships of its official sponsor JCT600, marking the start of a three year sponsorship deal.
The very successful Member Forums will again be held in the East Stand Long Room at Headingley Carnegie Cricket Ground during the 2011 season. Dates, times and matches are as follows:
Please be aware that the membership packs for the 2011 season, including new swipe cards, will be dispatched to members week commencing 21st March in plenty of time for the start of the season.
Saturday 12 March saw a new addition at Headingley Carnegie as the All Rounder Cricket Store opened its doors for the first time. It’s the complete package! All items sold are hand selected by professional cricketers including Yorkshire captain Andrew Gale.
This summer will see the first Friends Provident twenty20 match played at Scarborough Cricket Club when Yorkshire Carnegie take on Durham Dynamos on Sunday 10th July (2.30pm start).
Join Raymond Illingworth CBE and guests (TBC) for a celebratory lunch as he looks back over his career.
Yorkshire County Cricket Club send their very best wishes to former Club captain and President Brian Close CBE, who celebrates his 80th birthday today, February 24.
The Annual General Meeting (AGM) of The Yorkshire County Cricket Club will be held in the East Stand Long Room at Headingley Carnegie Cricket Ground on Saturday 19th March 2011 at 10.00am.
Moin Ashraf, above, and Gurman Randhawa, Yorkshire’s two newly contracted young players, have each received a grant of £1,000 from Yorkshire Players’ Association to pay for their share of the cost of the Club’s tour to Barbados from March 13 to 25.
The new season official England merchandise range by adidas is now available for pre-order in the YCCC shop with delivery in early April.
Follow YCCC to Barbados for some pre-season sun!
Andrew Gale takes his side to Netherlands again for the CB40 match at the VRA Ground in Amstelveen and you could be there to cheer him on. The Official Yorkshire CCC Travel Club is taking a trip across the North Sea between 30 July and 2 August (3 nights).
The Yorkshire County Cricket Club will inform its members at the AGM on Saturday 19 March 2011 that in 2010 it generated a turnover of £5.6m and a pre-tax deficit of £2.0m.
Birthday greetings were extended in advance to two former captains when Yorkshire County Cricket Club Players' Association held their winter annual lunch at Fulford Golf Club, York - John Hampshire celebrates his 70th birthday on February 10, while Brian Close, above left, will be 80 on February 24.
Yorkshire CCC are offering Pre-Season fitness sessions for anyone interested in preparing like the pros at the home of Yorkshire cricket.
Yorkshire Radio, an Official Media Partner of YCCC, is asking listeners to complete a survey so they can shape their programming and sports coverage during 2011.
The Opening Season Lunch will take place on Wednesday 6th Aprill in the Long Room.
£500 off laser eye treatment with Accuvision for YCCC members
John Lumb, the elder brother of former Yorkshire opening batsman Richard Lumb and uncle of Michael - who began his county career with Yorkshire and is now with Hampshire - died on Christmas Day at the age of 65.
Our congratulations to the Northern Cricket Society, who raised £355.40 for St Gemma's Hospice through their annual Boxing Day match at North Leeds.
Colin Hickford, from Knayton, is this week celebrating winning a £3,250 festive jackpot in the Yorkshire Pride Lottery.
Club Shop hours over Christmas and New Year.
Anyone wishing to make their purchases in person at Headingley Carnegie in the run up to Christmas should note the following Club Shop opening hours...
A “priceless” treasure trove of cricket memorabilia which belonged to Wilfred Rhodes, one of Yorkshire and England’s greatest ever players, has been gifted to the county club.
Yorkshire cricket supporters are being encouraged to act early and purchase their memberships for the 2011 season ahead of the Chancellor’s prospective VAT increase. Existing and new members will benefit from the Early Bird Membership scheme as prices are frozen at 2010 levels and they also qualify for the priority window for One-Day International tickets.
The Yorkshire Cricket Foundation received a generous donation of £500 yesterday from the late Mr Kelly, a life-long supporter of Yorkshire County Cricket Club.
Gareth Davis, a Cricket Development Manager in South Yorkshire, is going out to Kenya in February to deliver the Cricket Without Boundaries charity project. He is hoping to raise at least £750 and would very much appreciate your help...
Active people are being asked to share their stories of sports pain or injury as leading medical charity Arthritis Research UK seeks new ways to keep people active throughout their lives.
To win a pair of tickets to any YCCC home game at Headingley Carnegie in 2011 please send us your caption to go with this photograph of Yorkshire captain Andrew Gale...
Yorkshire County Cricket Club has secured the region’s largest independent car retailer, JCT600, as the club’s main official sponsor, in a large six figure, three year deal.
Hospitality packages are now on sale for the 2nd NatWest Series ODI between England and Sri Lanka which takes place at Headingley Carnegie on Friday 1st July 2011.
Yorkshire and England’s Ajmal Shahzad and Tim Bresnan are both now enjoying the benefits of eyesight described as “better than 20/20” having undergone laser eye surgery with Accuvision.
Join Ryan Sidebottom as he celebrates his return to Yorkshire CCC.
At the start of October I was fortunate enough to travel with Brian Close and his wife, Vivien, to America for his induction into the 'Cricket Hall of Fame'. It was quite an experience!
At their meeting in September the Board confirmed the appointment to the Members' Committee of Andrew Kilburn. Andrew is a Yorkshire Member of many years standing.
Ryan Sidebottom rejoins Yorkshire
Welcome to Yorkshire, sponsors of Yorkshire County Cricket Club have been nominated for a World Tourism Award
Bruce Moss, one of Yorkshire County Cricket Club’s longest serving Vice-Presidents, died on Tuesday, September 28, at the age of 83 after a long illness.
On October 1st Yorkshire C.C.C. and England legend Brian Close will travel to Hartford (Connecticut) in order to be formally inducted into the American ‘Cricket Hall of Fame’. The ceremony itself will take place on the evening of October 2nd at the Hilton Hotel in Hartford.
Grab yourself a pair of fantastic shoes at a fantastic price!
Fred Trueman’s widow, Veronica, and his son, Rodney, proudly cut the ribbon today to officially open the Trueman Enclosure at Headingley Carnegie Cricket Ground.
Do you have the winning ticket?
The Yorkshire Lottery raffle at Scarborough had a prize of a signed 2010 Yorkshire bat, but the winner has yet to claim the bat.
Roll-up, roll-up for a heap of YCCC bargains!
Anyone purchasing tickets from now on for the One-Day International between England and Pakistan, to be played at Headingley Carnegie on the 12th of September, will be required to pick them up from the Ticket Office on St. Michael's Lane.
As the 124th Scarborough Cricket Festival nears its end officials put pen to paper to preserve its presence in the domestic cricket calendar for at least another decade.
Global Position Systems (GPS) are becoming very popular in sports to track the distances the players cover over a game or during training session. Cricket is now no exception...
Bargains a-plenty to be had at North Marine Road!
Yorkshire County Cricket Club Players’ Association officials are confident of chalking up a hat-trick of successes when they stage their annual dinner in the Long Room at Headingley Carnegie on November 10.
The Cricket Foundation charity behind Chance to Shine has launched an online ‘Supporters’ Stadium’ where you can buy a seat, via justgiving, and post a message for just £5.
Trip to Rotterdam deemed a great success.
There have been a flurry of 50-year membership presentations recently...
The ball with which Horace Fisher completed a unique hat-trick for Yorkshire in 1932 was today handed over to the Club President, Raymond Illingworth, above, by family members and friends of the late left-arm bowler, along with a beautifully preserved collection of the player's memorabilia.
Schools Business Development Manager - Pro Coach Yorkshire Cricket Ltd (PCYC). This exciting new role will be based at the PCYC office at Headingley Indoor Cricket Centre.
It is with great regret that we announce the resignation of Chief Executive, Stewart Regan from The Yorkshire County Cricket Club. Stewart has accepted an offer from The Scottish F.A. to join them as Chief Executive and lead their organisation in creating and implementing a new blueprint for football north of the border. He will be based at Hampden Park, Glasgow and will take up his new role on 5th October 2010.
Yorkshire County Cricket Club would like to say a huge thank you to the Young Leaders from across Yorkshire who have helped at the Pakistan v Australia Test Match at Headingley Carnegie Cricket Ground this week.
More names confirmed for Michael Vaughan's retirement dinner
HRH The Duke of Gloucester officially opened the Carnegie Pavilion at Headingley Carnegie Cricket Ground today during the lunch break on Day 1 of the Pakistan v Australia 2nd MCC Spirit of Cricket Test Match.
Current and former players will be passing on their cricket expertise during a series of summer coaching camps at Headingley Carnegie Cricket Ground and around Yorkshire throughout July and August.
Am artists' celebration of those still playing the game aged 50+
Adam Lyth became Yorkshire’s first player to reach 1,000 runs this week, and was immediately presented with a ‘Yorkshire Tea’ teapot and apron by YCCC’s Sales & Marketing Director, Richard Kaye.
Yorkshire legend and current Board Member, Geoffrey Boycott, will receive an honorary degree for Leeds Metropolitan University this month.
The Yorkshire Cricket Mela is a celebration of cricket, culture, community and culture throughout the region...
On Thursday 5 August the Past Players Lunch will be held at Headingley Carnegie during Day 3 of the Yorkshire v Nottinghamshire LV= County Championship fixture.
Yorkshire CCC is followed far and wide across the globe and ahead of the FP t20 match against Warwickshire Bears on Sunday we recruited a few more supporters from Tanzania.
If you want to do something well, in any walk of life, heed the advice of an expert - and now you can read all about how to play cricket in the words of one of Yorkshire and England's greatest legends, Geoffrey Boycott.
Yorkshire CCC is delighted to announce it is now even easier to purchase tickets for the exciting matches ahead at Headingley Carnegie Cricket Ground with Bombay Stores in Bradford being the latest of YCCC's many outlets for Test and ODI tickets.
There is a block of thirty seats available for Sunday's Friends Provident t20 match between Yorkshire Carnegie and Warwickshire Bears in the new Carnegie Pavilion for members to upgrade to with a payment of only £10 .
Places on the official YCCC trip to Amsterdam and Rotterdam are going fast. The YCCC Travel Club only has a couple of places left so get your skates (or clogs) on if you want to come!
YCCC opener Joe Sayers paid a visit to the headquarters of Yorkshire Tea on Monday.
If you see Yorkshire CCC staff busily packing crates and the East Stand offices looking a bit of a mess during the matches this week there is a very good reason. We are moving into the newly completed Carnegie Pavilion.
England play Slovenia at 3pm this afternoon in their crunch World Cup clash where only victory will guarantee their survival in the tournament.
Been to London to see the Queen: former Yorkshire County Cricket Club Chairman Keith Moss with his wife, Jean, above, after Keith been to Buckingham Palace to receive the MBE that was awarded to him in the Queen's New Year Honours.
Bob Slicer, above, a close friend of Geoff Boycott and the founder in 1970 of the Bradford-based National Breakdown Recovery Club, died on June 4 at a nursing home near Melbourne, aged 85.
Yorkshire Carnegie went down by 14 runs to Northamptonshire Steelbacks under the Duckworth-Lewis method in a rain-ruined Friends Provident t20 match at Headingley Carnegie today, despite a splendid piece of bowling by Adil Rashid, above.
Yorkshire County Cricket Club will be busy at the Bradford Mela over Saturday 12th and Sunday 13th June running an activity area where visitors will get the chance to test their skills on the Throw Show and to join in the Kwik Cricket fun under the watchful eye of qualified cricket coaches.
This weekend during Yorkshire's match against India A the opening times of the Club Shop will change...
The 1st and 3rd prize in the YCCC Lottery Raffle that ran during the Yorkshire Carnegie v Derbyshire Falcons game were unclaimed.
Yorkshire Carnegie’s overseas pair of Herschelle Gibbs and Clint McKay arrived in Leeds earlier this week. The South African and Australian stars are keen to get on the pitch against Derbyshire Falcons in the Friends Provident t20 opener on Thursday evening.
Yorkshire CCC, in partnership with Pro Coach Yorkshire Cricket, is running the following Whitsuntide Holiday courses...
Yorkshire County Cricket Club are proud to host the Yorkshire Regiment Help for Heroes Day on Saturday 29 May on Day 1of the LV=CC Yorkshire v Lancashire match.
Headingley Carnegie Stadium has been at the heart of many English sporting success stories over the last 120 years and patriotic fans will be hoping that the latest chapter will be written here this summer.
It’s just under one month before the start of the exciting Friend’s Provident twenty20 Cup and the way the Yorkshire team is playing so far it looks like it could be a tournament not to be missed!
The ECB expanded its board from 12 to 14 members, with Yorkshire chairman Colin Graves filling the vacancy created by the retirement of Surrey chairman David Stewart.
Beckfoot School from Bradford beat off stiff competition to win this season's Table Cricket competition at Headingley Carnegie.
It's a pleasure to welcome you to the new look Yorkshire website which we hope you will find useful and informative.
Two of Yorkshire's most famous names, The Yorkshire County Cricket Club and Yorkshire Tea, have combined in a bid to help save the rainforest.
Yorkshire Vice-President and former Committee member, and Secretary of Sheffield Cricket Lovers' Society since its inception 50 years ago, David Drabble has been honoured with the presentation of an ICC Centenary Medal by Chief Executive of the England and Wales Cricket Board David Collier.
On Wednesday 8th September The Yorkshire County Cricket Club will pay tribute to one of the game's most iconic players, Michael Vaughan.
The Yorkshire County Cricket Club is delighted to announce that Welcome To Yorkshire, the regional tourism authority, will be the shirt sponsor for all matches in the LV= County Championship played during the 2010 season.
Do you want to win yourself a place on a star studded celebrity 'Question of Cricket' team and help to raise funds for the Yorkshire Cricket Foundation? Here's how you can...
Yorkshire launch Macmillan partnership with visit to The Robert Ogden Macmillan Centre at St. James University Hospital.
Yorkshire County Cricket Club are urging members, cricket players, coaches and fans of all ages to volunteer some of their time to the Natwest CricketForce weekend at Scarborough Cricket Club on Saturday 27th and Sunday 28th March.
A fund has been established through a legacy from the late Michael Barker to provide help to young cricketers in financial hardship.
The Yorkshire County Cricket Club announced its Search for a Soundtrack to the 2010 Season competition in November and after the success of a similar hunt for quality music with a Yorkshire connection last summer. Music of all genres was requested to reflect the highs and lows of a Yorkshire cricket season.
Yorkshire County Cricket Club has today contacted local MPs to express our concern at the threat to continued investment in cricket in Yorkshire.
The Yorkshire County Cricket Club will inform its members at the AGM on Saturday 13 March 2010 that it has generated a Club record turnover of £8.4m and a record pre-tax profit of £699K.
‘NO BOUNDARIES’ by RONNIE IRANI
In August 2009 we announced that anyone who purchased Day 5 tickets for the 4th npower Ashes Test at Headingley Carnegie would be able to attend a 2010 Yorkshire match at Headingley Carnegie as a gesture of goodwill.
A match ball sponsorship at Headingley Carnegie works perfectly as either a gift or a marketing tool.
Match sponsorship at Headingley Carnegie offers your company a genuine all-round package. As a marketing tool it delivers measurable benefits, with pitch-facing and programme advertising, as well as the prestige of being involved with a first-class cricket match. In terms of hospitality, you and your guests will enjoy great food and drink, along with some unique gifts and experiences.
The topping out ceremony for the new Carnegie Pavilion took place on Tuesday 8th December and provided Yorkshire cricket with the opportunity to look forward to the future with excitement, but the club is also keen to ensure it remembers its illustrious past too.
Anthony McGrath and Jonathan Bairstow joined two Leeds Met students today to put the final bolt in the structure of the Carnegie Pavilion.
The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) today announced the 2009 Groundsman of the Year Awards. Every pitch is rated at the end of the match by each of the umpires. The winners of each category are the groundsmen whose pitches have achieved the highest average rating across the course of the season.
This week Sue is offering fans of the beautiful game (yes, I know that cricket is also beautiful!) a veritable feast of Champions League and World Cup tours. If, like me, you watch most of your football during the bleak winter months, huddling together for warmth with the other assorted lunatics, then you really should consider treating yourself to a bit of glitz, glamour and heat!
For many months our lottery department has been receiving subscription money from an unidentified member.
Yorkshire County Cricket Club is concerned with the recommendation proposed by the Davies Report Panel to the Secretary of State that future Ashes Series should be categorised as List A events to be broadcast on terrestrial television. Cricket is currently classified as List B with only highlights guaranteed on terrestrial television.
In the temporary absence of the webcam we will be keeping you up-to-date with the progress of the Carnegie Pavilion on our facebook site...
Organisers of the much anticipated Carnegie Sporting Words Festival 2009 are offering sports fans the chance to rub shoulders with the great and the good of UK sport in a series of not-to-be-missed one-off events, now with some amazing discounts.
Sue has really come through with something special this time. For all of you who fancy giving your sporting year a bit of high-powered variety she offers you this amazing deal:
Andrew Collomosse joined Andy Fogarty and his team during the first day of the 4th npower Ashes Test at Headingley Carnegie.
The Club is pleased to be able to confirm arrangements for the sale of hospitality packages for the 2010 season for all international and domestic cricket to be played at Headingley Carnegie Cricket Ground. With immediate effect these activities will be conducted by the Club’s own sales and marketing team.
The Yorkshire County Cricket Club are pleased to announce that Century Physiotherapy, run by Club Physiotherapist Scot McAllister, has opened its doors at Headingley Carnegie.
The YCCC Travel Club is pleased to announce that it will be offering YCCC members exclusive holiday deals, hopefully one per week, throughout the year. Without any further ado, here's the second of Sue's fine recommended trips:
Pongo Cricket has announced the winner of its inaugural Emerging Cricket Journalist of the Year Award. It has been won by Benjamin Matthews. The site, run by YCCC player Joe Sayers, has been encouraging budding writers to pen quality articles about cricket for the last few months and the Club have been advertising the competition in its matchday programmes.
A humble house...a humble street...where 104 years ago a baby boy was born who would light up the cricket world. A street where he would first learn to take a ball into his left hand.
The Yorkshire Cricket Board honoured the volunteers in cricket at a ceremony held at the Bradford & Bingley Indoor Cricket on Thursday. The awards celebrate outstanding achievements and were presented by Board Chairman Philip Radcliffe, Vice Chairman Albert Pattison, Director of Development Andrew Watson , ECB Regional vManager Phil Nedley and Yorkshire player Steve Patterson.
Yorkshire CCC (YCCC) has announced a series of measures designed to assist fans travelling to Leeds from all over the country to watch the 4th npower Ashes Test Match at Headingley Carnegie Cricket Ground.
On Sunday a presentation took place at Headingley Carnegie Cricket Ground to celebrate a £20,000 staff development project led by the England and Wales Cricket Board and SkillsActive. It is expected that the project will lead to a surge in player participation, club membership, coaching and volunteer roles
Simon Guy lent a hand to Atalantic Row racers, Matthew Mackaness and Charlie Marlow, in Harrogate this week. The pair are rowing 3,000 miles in a 23.4 by 6.3 foot boat to challenge the 39 day record and raise £50,000 for charity, including Brain Tumour UK.
With the help of Leeds City Council, The Yorkshire County Cricket Club has become the first cricket club in the UK to install PitchVision in its Indoor Cricket Centre. The technology, similar to Sky Television’s Hawkeye, maps and records all deliveries in a cricket net and provides bowlers and batsman with an invaluable insight into their performance.
A major new coaching initiative has been launched at Headingley Carnegie Cricket Ground this morning which will see the county’s leading cricket coaches scour the region in search of the next Tim Bresnan or Adil Rashid
Bob Stott of the YCCC Charitable Youth Trust was presented with a cheque for £1,222 by Yorkshire's Chief Executive, Stewart Regan, during the lunch interval today. This cheque is the total raised through members donations which were received when members renewed or joined the Club for the 2009 season.
Team RAC driver Colin Turkington paid a visit to Headingley Carnegie ahead of the Croft round of the HiQ MSA British Touring Car Championship on Sunday 14th June.
150th Year Celebration
2 Sep 2013
Abbeydale Sports Club, Sheffield