Match drawn** The match has ended with Yorkshire 39-1 from 12 overs. Fisher has 31 and Tattersall nine. A very useful workout for both teams, with centuries for Kohler-Cadmore and Leeds/Bradford duo Cornall and de Caires standing out.

4.04pm Willey has been bowled by Fallows two balls into the innings. 0-1.

Tea report Yorkshire enjoyed a successful afternoon with the ball and in the field on the final day of their friendly against Leeds/Bradford MCC Universities at Emerald Headingley, taking six wickets.

The students, replying to Yorkshire’s first-innings 485-5d, slipped from 302-2 in the over before lunch to 382-9 declared at tea.

Centuries from opener Taylor Cornall and Josh de Caires were followed by three wickets for all-rounder Matthew Revis with his seamers.

Revis wasn’t actually part of Yorkshire’s initial 13 players named at the start of this fixture, but he troubled the students with extra bounce, including getting Cornall caught at long-leg for 142 just before the break.

Matthew Waite affected a direct hit run out and also struck once with his seamers in what continue to be excellent batting conditions.

David Willey and Harry Brook also got their names in the wicket column.

Revis finished with 3-35 from 10 overs.

Tea Leeds/Bradford offer some late resistance to reach tea on 382-9 from 133 overs. Khan 13 and Fallows 11.

2.53pm Yorkshire close to batting again as the students slip to nine down. Waite gets Ellis caught behind by Tattersall (stood up to the stumps), leaving the score at 350-9.

2.48pm Billings gone! He’s edged Willey behind, falling for 12. 348-8.

2.17pm Wickets tumbling now. Keast lbw to Waite, and it’s 320-7. The visitors have lost 5-18 either side of lunch.

2.08pm Yorkshire have claimed four wickets in the last 40 minutes of play, either side of lunch. 317-6. Jack Timby has been run out at non-striker’s end from a direct hit by Waite at mid-on as the batsman tried to regain his ground.

1.54pm Pearson gone! He’s been caught at point off Revis without scoring. Revis gets his third. 309-5. Been a really potent spell this from the tall seamer who wasn’t actually named in Yorkshire’s initial 13 for this fixture.

1.48pm Dahl gone! Caught at point off Revis, leading edge. He falls for 17. Leeds/Bradford 303-4 now. Pearson and Timby are yet to get off the mark.

Lunch report Leeds/Bradford MCC Universities duo Taylor Cornall and Josh de Caires both reached their centuries during the final morning of Yorkshire’s friendly at Emerald Headingley.

Cornall advanced from 97 overnight and de Caires 94, with the students moving from 205-1 at the start of play to 302-3.

De Caires retired out on 118 before Matthew Revis claimed Yorkshire’s first wicket since mid-morning yesterday in the final over of the morning, getting Cornall caught at long-leg for 142.

While yesterday had its advantages in terms of miles in the legs for the bowlers, this morning’s play has been more frustrating for the White Rose.

De Caires was caught at mid-wicket off a Josh Poysden no ball (full toss) on 103.

Cornall was later dropped by Jonny Tattersall off Coad on 123.

Cornall and de Caires shared a 270 partnership for the second wicket inside 92 overs, the students highest stand against a county opposition.

Their partnership was ended when de Caires retired out on 118, leaving the score on 271-2, bringing captain Angus Dahl to the crease. He will begin the afternoon on 17.

Lunch. Revis gets Cornall caught at long-leg by Waite for a superb 142 in the final over of the session. 302-3.

12.17pm Josh de Caires has retired out on 118, allowing his captain Angus Dahl some time at the crease (271-2).

12.04pm Frustration for Yorkshire this morning. De Caires caught off a Poysden no ball and now Cornall has been put down on 123 by Tattersall off Coad. Leeds/Bradford 262-1.

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11.35am De Caires has been caught off a Poysden no ball (full toss) by Willey at mid-wicket on 103. 245-1.

11.15am Cornall reaches a superb century off 222 balls with 15 fours for Leeds/Bradford. His partner de Caires is not far behind on 97. 211-1.

In fact, he gets there as well off 247 balls with 15 fours as I type. Well played gents! 215-1.

10.32am Just been made aware that this stand between Cornall and de Caires, 204 unbroken, is indeed a Leeds/Bradford record partnership versus county opposition.

Good morning from Emerald Headingley ahead of the third and final day of our friendly against Leeds/Bradford MCC Universities.

This is the penultimate friendly ahead of next Thursday’s LV= Insurance County Championship opener against Glamorgan here.

We face Durham MCC Universities in another three-dayer, starting on Saturday.

As for wrapping up this game today, we have been greeted by another stunning day weather wise. The sun is out, and it’s reasonably warm at the moment.

Leeds/Bradford enjoyed an excellent day yesterday thanks to second-wicket pair Taylor Cornall and Josh de Caires, who shared 204 unbroken to take their first innings to 205-1 at close. They are replying to Yorkshire’s 485-5 declared.

Cornall will begin the day on 97 and de Caires 94.

While a lot of the attention would have been on the innings of de Caires given he is Mike Atherton’s son, left-handed Cornall was excellent too.

Yorkshire were not displeased with the visitors’ resistance, however, given the bowlers need miles in their legs. But they do need to be sharper this morning and heading into next week.

The live stream will be on offer again. We get underway at 11am.

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