The Yorkshire County Cricket Club is delighted to release the fixtures for the 2023 domestic season, with the LV= Insurance County Championship getting underway against Leicestershire at Headingley on Thursday 6 April.
The full fixture list is available to view via the link below, and you can download all of the fixtures direct to your online calendar as well.
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Yorkshire’s fixtures summarised
Yorkshire begin their LV= Insurance County Championship Division Two campaign at home to Leicestershire, before travelling to Bristol and Hove in the following two weeks.
Glamorgan are the visitors to Headingley from Thursday 4 May, with a trip north to Ottis Gibson’s former county Durham the following week finishing off the first block of red-ball cricket.
Yorkshire Vikings get their T20 season started with Vitality Blast Off at Edgbaston on Saturday 20 May as they take on Birmingham Bears, before playing Worcestershire at New Road the following Friday.
Headingley hosts two Sunday double-headers, alongside the Northern Diamonds, on 28 May and 4 June. Sandwiched in the middle is a trip to Trent Bridge on Tuesday 30 May and the highly-anticipated Roses clash at Headingley on Thursday 1 June. The following week includes a trip to Grace Road on the Tuesday before Worcestershire are the visitors to Headingley on Friday 9 June.
A solitary Championship game will be played at Chesterfield starting on Sunday 11 June, with the Vikings returning to the same venue for a Vitality Blast game the following Sunday. In the middle, Yorkshire entertain Leicestershire at Headingley on Friday 16 June. Shan Masood’s side complete the home-leg of the T20 campaign with games against Northants and Birmingham on Tuesday 20 and Thursday 22 June.
The Vikings finish the Blast group stage with away fixtures at Durham (23 June) and Lancashire (30 June), with a home County Championship match in the middle at Headingley against Gloucestershire.
Yorkshire then play three further red-ball games, taking on Worcestershire at New Road from Monday 10 July, before Sussex (19 July) and Durham (25 July) are the visitors to Headingley and Scarborough respectively.
The One-Day Cup gets underway with a pair of fixtures at North Marine Road, as Kent are the visitors on Tuesday 1 August and Lancashire on Thursday 3 August. Away trips to Trent Bridge and Essex follow, before York Cricket Club host the Vikings’ final home games. Surrey visit on Tuesday 15 August and Hampshire on Thursday 17 August.
The One-Day Cup campaign is wrapped up with a trip to the East Midlands to face Leicestershire on Sunday 20 August, followed by a game at Middlesex on Tuesday 22 August.
The season culminates with four County Championship games, starting with a return to Scarborough to play Derbyshire from Sunday 3 September. Away visits to Sophia Gardens and Grace Road follow before the season is brought to a close with Worcestershire visiting Headingley from Tuesday 26 September.
Northern Diamonds set for trophy defence in expanded fixture programme
Northern Diamonds will get their Rachael Heyhoe Flint Trophy defence underway against Western Storm at Headingley on Saturday 22 April, with an expanded fixture list for 2023 announced today.
The RHFT competition, which the Diamonds won at Lord’s in glorious fashion in September, has been doubled from seven group games to 14. Each of the eight regions play each other home and away.
After Storm visit Headingley, Hollie Armitage’s Diamonds play a further four 50-over games in the early block, with the final game against South East Stars at Scarborough on Wednesday 10 May.
The Charlotte Edwards Cup then gets underway with seven T20 group fixtures, including a stand-alone fixture at Headingley against Western Storm on Friday 19 May.
This competition has also been expanded by one game.
Instead of two groups of four playing each other twice, it is now one group of eight playing each other once. Qualification for Finals Day remains the same. The top team after the group stage advances directly to the final (New Road, Saturday 10 June). Second and third play off in a semi-final earlier in the day.
Double headers with the Vitality Blast are not to be missed. They take place at Headingley (28 May and 4 June) and Durham (2 June).
Five further 50-over RHFT games are then played, including a fixture at Headingley on Saturday 15 July, before the competition break for The Hundred.
Afterwards, Northern Diamonds play Southern Vipers on Tuesday 5 September, with a further three group matches played ahead of the knock-out stages. Again, the same format will decide the finalists, despite the doubling of the group matches.
The top team advances directly to the Sunday 24 September final at Northampton. Second and third place in the table face a semi-final eliminator earlier that week.
View the full Northern Diamonds fixture list via the below and download them direct to your calendar.
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