You won’t find many prouder Yorkshireman than our very own Tim Bresnan.

The talismanic all-rounder has been working hard in preparation for his 19th season of professional cricket, and it’s fair to say the man bleeds Yorkshire.

Following the release of the ‘One Rose’ video yesterday, which shows the pride and passion displayed by everyone involved with Yorkshire cricket, we were keen to speak to the White Roses longest-serving player.

When asked about pride, Bresnan told “I think it’s the history of the Club, the pride that the players have to represent, the pride that the members feel to be supporting such a historic and successful team. I think the fact that I’ve played for Yorkshire since I was seven years old. I’ve never really known anything else. I feel that immense feeling of pride every time I put that shirt and cap on and take to the field. It was one of the proudest days of my life when I received my cap and number, it does mean the world to me.”

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