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Birmingham v Northants, NatWest T20 Blast, North Group, Edgbaston

Northants defy off-field troubles to extend T20 dominance

Jul 1, 2016:

George Dobell at Edgbaston

Northants v Durham, NatWest T20 Blast, North Group, Northampton

Northants go top despite Coughlin's hat-trick

Jun 17, 2016: Paul Coughlin's hat-trick failed to spare Durham from defeat as Josh Cobb's half-century and a fine debut by Moin Ashraf took Northants back to the top of North Group

ECB Reporters Network

Essex v Yorkshire, Chelmsford, 2nd day

Yorkshire take control and lead

Sep 12, 2012: Yorkshire moved to the top of the Division Two table for the first time this season and look overwhelming favourites to gain promotion

George Dobell at Chelmsford

Yorkshire v Derbyshire, FLt20 North Group, Headingley

Lyth, Jaques power Yorkshire to top spot

Jul 8, 2012: Yorkshire concluded their most successful Friends Life t20 campaign by beating Derbyshire by 21 runs to earn a home tie in the quarter-finals

Derbyshire v Yorkshire, FLt20 North Group, Derby

Ashraf downs Derbyshire

Jun 18, 2012: Moin Ashraf was the star of the show as Yorkshire claimed their second Friends Life t20 victory against a Derbyshire side who lost for the first time in the North Group

Yorkshire v Somerset, Headingley, 1st day

Buttler sparks Somerset recovery

Sep 7, 2011: Brutal batting from Jos Buttler wrenched the initiative away from Yorkshire on the rain-hit first day of their County Championship match against Somerset at Headingley

ESPNcricinfo staff

Yorkshire v Kent, Headingley, 3rd day

Blake keeps Kent level after Ashraf heroics

Sep 15, 2010: Moin Ashraf turned in Yorkshire's best bowling figures of the season and Alex Blake registered his maiden first-class century for Kent as the two sides continued their battle for supremacy

Yorkshire v Kent, Headingley, 2nd day

Ashraf heroics keep Yorkshire hopes alive

Sep 14, 2010: A great bowling performance by 18-year-old paceman Moin Ashraf kept alive Yorkshire's hopes of beating Kent at Headingley Carnegie and snatching the title in the final Championship match of the season

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