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Unicorns v Sri Lanka A, Tour match, Gosforth
Jul 18, 2014: Sri Lanka A have opened their campaign in England with a five-wicket win over the Unicorns in a 50-over warm-up, as slow-bowling allrounder Sachith Pathirana made significant contributions in both disciplines
Leicestershire v Unicorns, YB40 Group C, Grace Road
Aug 18, 2013: Matt Lineker hit his second century in six days as Unicorns ended their Yorkshire Bank 40 season on a high with a 42-run victory against Leicestershire at Grace Road
Yorkshire v Unicorns, YB40 Group C, Headingley
Aug 13, 2013: Gary Ballance led the way for Yorkshire with a dazzling career-best one-day score of 139 in their 32-run win over Unicorns at Headingley.
Middlesex v Unicorns, YB40 Group C, Lord's
Aug 11, 2013: Wicketkeeper John Simpson saved Middlesex blushes with an unbeaten 50 that denied Unicorns a notable YB40 win at Lord's
Unicorns v Glamorgan, YB40 Group C, Southend
Jun 9, 2013: A battling 74 from Garry Park was not enough to prevent the Unicorns from slumping to a sixth defeat in seven Yorkshire Bank 40 matches as Chris Cooke's 98 put Glamorgan out of reach at Southend.
Unicorns v Leicestershire, YB40 Group C, Wormsley
May 27, 2013: A second century in consecutive days from Josh Cobb guided Leicestershire to a six-wicket win over the Unicorns.
Unicorns v Yorkshire, YB40 Group C, Chesterfield
May 19, 2013: Adam Lyth's unbeaten half-century carried Yorkshire to a five-wicket win over the Unicorns in a close Yorkshire Bank 40 match at Chesterfield
Unicorns v Gloucestershire, YB40 Group C, Wormsley
May 6, 2013: Unicorns' awful start to the Yorkshire Bank 40 continued after they were thrashed by Gloucestershire by nine wickets. Set just 154 for victory, the visitors needed just 23.2 overs to reach the target.
Somerset v Unicorns, YB40 Group C, Taunton
May 5, 2013: Marcus Trescothick blasted eight sixes in a whirlwind 87 to lead Somerset to an emphatic eight-wicket win over Unicorns in a one-sided game at Taunton.
Unicorns v Warwickshire, CB40 Group C, Wormsley
Aug 19, 2012: Warwickshire produced an outstanding team performance to beat the Unicorns by 10 wickets at Wormsley.
Warks v Unicorns, CB40 Group C, Edgbaston
Jul 22, 2012: A rapid half-century by Darren Maddy and three wickets in four deliveries by Chris Woakes overpowered the Unicorns as Warwickshire maintained their Clydesdale Bank 40 challenge with a 60-run victory at Edgbaston.
Unicorns v Kent, CB40 Group C, Southend
Jun 5, 2012:
Unicorns v Yorkshire, CB40 Group C, Scarborough
May 27, 2012: Gary Ballance scored an unbeaten century as Yorkshire made light work of chasing 185 to beat the Unicorns
Kent v Unicorns, CB40 Group C, Canterbury
May 20, 2012: Glenn Querl starred with ball and bat as the Unicorns pulled off their first win of the Clydesdale Bank 40 season, beating Kent by four wickets
Sussex v Unicorns, CB40 Group C, Hove
May 13, 2012: Sussex batsmen Ed Joyce and Matt Machan scored hundreds as the Unicorns were brushed aside at Hove
Unicorns v Derbyshire, CB40 Group C, Wormsley
May 6, 2012: Martin Guptill and Wes Durston both scored centuries and Chesney Hughes claimed five wickets as Derbyshire crushed the Unicorns
Unicorns v Glamorgan, Clydesdale Bank 40, Wormsley
Aug 29, 2011: Unicorns left it until the final game of the competition to pick up their first Clydesdale Bank 40 win of the season, beating a dismal Glamorgan side by eight runs at Wormsley
Somerset v Unicorns, Clydesdale Bank 40, Taunton
Aug 21, 2011: Somerset regained the leadership of Group C with a comfortable six-wicket victory over the Unicorns in the Clydesdale Bank 40 match at Taunton
Unicorns v Gloucestershire, CB40, Exmouth
Aug 14, 2011: A century from captain Alex Gidman helped Gloucestershire to a comfortable six-wicket victory over the Unicorns in their Clydesdale Bank 40 match at Exmouth
Unicorns v Lancashire, Clydesdale Bank 40, Colwyn Bay
Jul 24, 2011: Lancashire cruised to an eight-wicket win over Unicorns to pick up only their third Clydesdale Bank 40 victory of the season
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