Promoted sides Scholes and Methley face opening day clash in Bradford Premier League

PROMOTED sides Scholes and Methley will meet on the opening day of the 2018 Allrounder Bradford Premier League season.

England's Gary Ballance

The Ashes: Patient Gary Ballance awaits Ashes call

YORKSHIRE captain Gary Ballance insists that he is in “a good place” despite being a spectator on England’s Ashes tour.

Yorkshire's coaching duo of Martyn Moxon and Andrew Gale will take the team to South Africa next March (Picture: Bruce Rollinson)

Change of scenery as Yorkshire choose to hone their preparations in South Africa

YORKSHIRE County Cricket Club are heading to South Africa for their pre-season tour.

Having won the Jack Hampshire Cup last season, Hartshead Moor will host Hunslet Nelson in the 2018 Priestley Cup.

Hartshead Moor mark their Priestley Cup return with Hunslet Nelson clash

HARTSHEAD MOOR will mark their return to the Bradford League’s Priestley Cup with a home first round tie against Hunslet Nelson.

Hanging Heatons Nick Connolly won the First Eleven batting averages and highest league aggregate, while sharing the highest partnership with Gary Fellows.

Bradford League cricketers honoured at Headingley prize presentation

Over 300 cricketers, guests and administrators attended last Friday’s Allrounder Bradford League dinner and prize presentation in the Long Room at Emerald Headingley.

Mount CCs Abdul Ravat at the OSCAs ceremony in London with England One Day International captain Eoin Morgan and Unity chief executive Ali Akbor

Abdul’s voluntary cricket work is recognised on a national stage

Mount Cricket Club’s Abdul Ravat has been named runner-up in the England and Wales Cricket Board’s (ECB) ‘Heartbeat of the Club’ category at a prestigious awards ceremony held at Lord’s Cricket Ground.

Hanging Heaton captain Gary Fellows receives the White Rose Trophy.

Captain Fellows hails club’s wonderful achievements after completing treble

HANGING Heaton captain Gary Fellows hailed the greatest achievement in the club’s history after they were crowned champions of Yorkshire at Headingley on Sunday.

Hanging Heaton were crowned Yorkshire Premier Leagues Championship winners at Headingley.

Hanging Heaton win thriller to be crowned champions of Yorkshire

Hanging Heaton were crowned Champions of Yorkshire after fighting back superbly to defeat Wakefield Thornes by three runs in a thrilling Yorkshire Premier Leagues Championship final at Headingley on Sunday.

Callum Geldart on his way to an impressive knock of 90 not out during Saturday's play-off semi-final against York.

Geldart shows his class as Heaton power past York to book final spot

HANGING HEATON powered into the Yorkshire Premier Leagues Championship final with an emphatic 122-run win over York in Saturday’s semi-final at Headingley.

North Marine Road, Scarborough, where Hanging Heaton were due to play York last Saturday.

Hanging Heaton geared up to meet York in Championship semi at Headingley

HANGING HEATON will face York in a rearranged Yorkshire Premier League Club Championship play-off semi-final at Headingley this Saturday.

Scholes celebrate clinching the Bradford League Championship One title and promotion to the Premier Division.

Scholes seal Championship One title and promotion to top flight

Scholes recorded a dramatic three-wicket win over Wrenthorpe to clinch the All Rounder Bradford League Championship One title and promotion to the Premier Division.

Wrenthorpe batsman Greg Wood has his stumps uprooted by Scholes bowler Andrew Robinson during last Saturdays Bradford League Championship One clash. Picture: Paul Butterfield.

Khan hits 125no and breaks 1,000 league runs for Moor

OPENING batsman Mohammad Khan made 125 not out as he passed 1,000 All Rounder Bradford League runs in helping champions Hartshead Moor record a 19th win from 22 games in Championship Two last Saturday.

Yorkshire batsman Alex Lees on the drive

RECAP: Surrey v Yorkshire (day four) - Analysis and commentary from The Oval

YORKSHIRE batted for the whole of the fourth and final day at The Oval to earn a draw against hosts Surrey.
Adal Islam struck a useful 23 for East Bierley in a dramatic final day of the Bradford Premier League season which saw the South View Road side avoid relegation after rain saved them from defeat at the hands of Bradford and Bingley last Saturday. Picture: Paul Butterfield

East Bierley beat Premier drop on dramatic final day of season

East Bierley avoided relegation from the All Rounder Bradford Premier League on a drama filled final day to the top flight season last Saturday.

Sam Frankland struck 38 as Woodlands defeated Batley to claim second place in the Bradford Premier League.

Woodlands secure away victory to snatch second place and relegate Batley

Batley were relegated from the All Rounder Bradford Premier League, alongside Pudsey Congs, after they suffered a 99-run defeat at home to Woodlands in their final game last Saturday.

Ian Carradice led the way with 32 as Birstall defeated Bowling Old Lane by 27 runs in a rain affected Bradford League Championship Two game last Saturday.

Scholes set for promotion showdown at Wrenthorpe

Scholes are gearing up for a promotion showdown against Wrenthorpe on the final day of the All Rounder Bradford League Championship One season on Saturday.

Wakefield St Michaels against Heckmondwike and Carlinghow was one of many games abandoned last Saturday.

Woodlands Seconds denied treble as New Farnley take title on dramatic day

Woodlands Second team were creully denied the chance of winning a treble when rain thwarted their Bradford League Second Teams Premier Division title hopes last Saturday.

Yorkshire captain Gary Ballance

As It Happened: Surrey v Yorkshire - How White Rose were bowled out on day three

YORKSHIRE look likely to have to bat for the whole of the fourth and final day at The Oval after they were made to follow on by hosts Surrey.

Yorkshire's Liam Plunkett will miss the rest of the season through England duty (Picture:

Surrey v Yorkshire: Gale sets winning standard to rescue Yorkshire

ANDREW GALE insists that Yorkshire cannot afford to take anything for granted as they seek to shake off the spectre of relegation.

Woodlands Second team have won the Crowther Cup and Priestley Shield and can complete the treble with a league title win on Saturday.

Woodlands retain Priestley Shield and complete second leg of potential treble

Woodlands Second team retained the Priestley Shield and completed the second leg of a potential treble trophy haul as they defeated Bowling Old Lane last Sunday.

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