Yorkshire Vikings will begin their rearranged Vitality Blast campaign with a televised fixture against Notts Outlaws at Emerald Headingley on Thursday 27 August.
Andrew Gale’s side will play six of their ten Vitality Blast group games at home, with Derbyshire visiting twice due to The Incora County Ground hosting England women’s international matches.
Emerald Headingley will also host a televised double-header between Derbyshire and Lancashire Lightning, and Leicestershire Foxes versus Durham on Monday 31 August, the same day that the Vikings will be taking on Notts Outlaws at Trent Bridge.
All four quarters finals of the Vitality Blast will be played on Thursday 1 October (reserve day Friday 2 October). Finals Day will take place at Edgbaston on Saturday 3 October.
All non-televised matches will be available to watch through the Club’s four camera streaming service with BBC Local commentary. For the Vitality Blast, matches will be available to all supporters to watch through the Club’s official website.