Emerald Headingley will host a multitude of high-profile fixtures in 2019; an Ashes Test Match, four ICC Cricket World Cup games, the Yorkshire Vikings in the Vitality Blast… and the Yorkshire Under 9s Summer Smash finals.

The concluding rounds of the Summer Smash will be played at the home of the Yorkshire County Cricket Club for the 13th year in a row, when four schools from around the county go head-to-head before the Yorkshire Vikings Vitality Blast game against Notts Outlaws on Friday 19th July.

Played in kwik cricket-style, the four teams competing will have progressed from several preliminary rounds to earn the chance to play on the hallowed-turf. Teams are made up of children under the age of nine with a minimum of two girls required in each team.

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