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Tim Bresnan kept Yorkshire in the hunt

Yorks v Notts, Royal London Cup, North Group, North Marine Road

Bresnan 95* steers Yorks to tense two-wicket win

After a match that was an absolute credit to 50-over cricket and had offered superb entertainment for nearly 5000 supporters at North Marine Road, Yorkshire beat Nottinghamshire by two wickets with two balls to spare

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Travis Head plays powerfully down the ground

Leicestershire v Yorkshire, Royal London Cup, North Group, Leicester

Head, Leaning tons as Yorks smash Leics

Individual hundreds from Travis Head and Jack Leaning and a partnership of 274 - a List A record for the county - helped Yorkshire complete a fourth consecutive win in the Royal London Cup

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David Willey got the innings off to a rapid start

Yorkshire v Northamptonshire, NatWest T20 Blast, North Group, Headingley

Willey thrashes former team-mates as Yorkshire push roles on

A bruising knock of 74 by David Willey against his former club was largely responsible for Yorkshire Vikings beating North Group leaders, Northants Steelbacks

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Adam Lyth made his best T20 score

Yorkshire v Durham, NatWest T20 Blast, North Group, Headingley

Lyth rampant as Yorkshire get to grips with T20

Adam Lyth's rampage took Yorkshire to the second highest score in the NatWest Blast this season and the resulting spree against Durham kept alive their last-eight hopes

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Adam Lyth made his first half-century since early June

Surrey v Yorkshire, Specsavers Championship Div 1, Kia Oval, 4th day

Lyth's double century enlivens final day

Adam Lyth's double hundred was the main feature of the final day at The Oval as, after the loss of 142 overs to inclement weather in the opening two days, the players of Surrey and Yorkshire bowed to the inevitable at 5pm

Adam Lyth made his first half-century since early June

Surrey v Yorkshire, Specsavers Championship Div One, Kia Oval, 3rd day

Lyth hundred serves timely reminder of qualities

England's erstwhile Test opener Adam Lyth hit an unbeaten century as Yorkshire edged toward parity going into the final day of their rain-ruined Specsavers County Championship clash with Surrey