Nottinghamshire v Yorkshire, Trent Bridge, 2nd day
Apr 20, 2015: Alex Lees scored a century to get Yorkshire's reply off to a solid start but his dismissal late in the day led to some self-recrimination
Worcestershire v Yorkshire, New Road, 2nd day
Apr 13, 2015: Yorkshire's batsmen, led by skipper Alex Lees and Tim Bresnan, battled hard and successfully to all but match Worcestershire's very decent first-innings 311
England in West Indies 2015
Mar 17, 2015: The World Cup is just getting into the swing of the knockout stages but England are long gone, with Alastair Cook preparing to resume the captaincy for a Test tour of the West Indies
England Lions in South Africa 2014-15
Jan 17, 2015: Graham Thorpe feels the international scheduling is such that he is looking at whether the England Lions are good enough not for a ten-year career at the highest level, but an eight-year one
Oct 28, 2014: The possibility of Jonathan Trott resuming his international career has increased with his inclusion in the England Lions squad to tour South Africa
Oct 2, 2014: Adam Lyth added the Professional Cricketers' Association player of the year award to his collection of trophies from the 2014 season with team-mate Alex Lees named young player of the year.
Oct 1, 2014: Yorkshire's opening pair, Adam Lyth and Alex Lees, took the main awards at the annual Cricket Writers' Club event in London on Tuesday.
Yorkshire v Somerset, Headingley, 1st day
Sep 23, 2014: Alex Lees was the trusty foundation as county champions Yorkshire struggled nonetheless to impose themselves on the first day of their final match at home to Somerset.
Nottinghamshire v Yorkshire, Trent Bridge, 1st day
Sep 9, 2014: Perhaps if the Yorkshire team had stumbled across buried treasure or shared a lottery win, this match could have begun even better.
Yorkshire v Derbyshire, Royal London Cup, Group A, Scarborough
Aug 13, 2014:
Northants v Yorkshire, Royal London Cup, Wantage Road
Aug 5, 2014: Yorkshire enjoyed a comfortable evening at Wantage Road as they hammered Northamptonshire by six wickets.
Yorkshire v Sri Lanka A, tour match, Headingley
Jul 31, 2014: Dinesh Chandimal made a difference in his first match on tour, scoring a century and extending Sri Lanka A's winning run on tour
Derbyshire v Yorkshire, NatWest T20, Chesterfield
Jul 13, 2014: Yorkshire planted one foot firmly in the quarter-finals when they crushed Derbyshire by 59 runs with 15 balls to spare in a one-sided game at Chesterfield.
Yorkshire v Durham, Headingley, 1st day
Jul 7, 2014: To mark Yorkshire's triumphant staging of Le Grand Depart, Headingley seemed to have produced a road. Yorkshire's openers, Ales Lees and Adam Lyth, piled up 270 for the first wicket
Northamptonshire v Yorkshire, Northampton, 2nd day
Jun 1, 2014: Adam Lyth and Alex Lees both struck disciplined hundreds as Yorkshire threatened to turn their clash with bottom club Northants on its head
Yorkshire v Derbyshire, NatWest T20 Blast, Headingley
May 30, 2014: Australia star Aaron Finch was upstaged on his Yorkshire debut by local boy Alex Lees, who clubbed a superb unbeaten 61 in an eight-wicket win over Derbyshire.
Sri Lanka A Emerging Players v England Lions, Colombo, 1st day
Feb 6, 2014: A second top order batsman showed his potential for England Lions as Alex Lees made a century to lead his side into a strong position on the opening day of the second tour match in Colombo
Aug 12, 2013: Eoin Morgan will captain England Lions in a two-day match against the Australians at Wantage Road
Derbyshire v Yorkshire, Chesterfield, 2nd day
Jul 18, 2013: He's a good judge of a character is that Geoffrey Boycott. Just six months after he ear-marked left-handed Alex Lees as a star of the future, the 20-year-old became his county's youngest ever double centurion.
Derbyshire v Yorkshire, Chesterfield, 1st day
Jul 17, 2013: Alex Lees celebrated his new contract with a career-best unbeaten 171 as Yorkshire dominated the opening day at Chesterfield.
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