11 more young cricketers have progressed to Yorkshire’s County Age Group teams, following strong performances in Regional Cricket, and will join the Yorkshire match day squads for Phase 2 of the County Age Group season.

Those who have been selected to join the teams in Phase 2 are:


• Max Carrington
• Alex Davis
• Yusuf Haroon
• Rehan Kiriella
• Daniel Levick


• Dylan Oeppen
• John Wyndham


• Oliver Ashton
• Charlie Bradbourne


• Lewis Ainley
• Harry Pearson

We’d like to say a huge congratulations to all those selected and we look forward to seeing them playing with the Yorkshire Rose on their chest in the coming weeks.

For more information on the YCCC Performance Pathway, please visit – https://yorkshireccc.com/performancepathway

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