The Yorkshire County Cricket Club can confirm that the capacity for the upcoming Vitality Blast match against Lancashire Lightning has been reduced to 25%.

Due to the government’s COVID restrictions being extended, the Club are disappointed not to host the showcase fixture in front of a sell-out crowd. The Club’s rollback policy has now come into force, with qualified members and T20 Season Ticket holders who have an existing booking being allocated seats for the match.

Those who have been unsuccessful will have received an email from Yorkshire CCC or [email protected] with information on their refund. The Club will offer all refunded ticket holders priority access to seats for the Roses clash in 2022. Those who paid using a credit or debit card will be automatically refunded the full amount within 28 days.

Members and T20 Season Ticket holders attending the game will have also received an email with information on when tickets will be sent.

Naturally, the Club are extremely disappointed following the extension of the government’s roadmap and apologise to those who have missed out on attending the match.

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