Andrew Gale has challenged Yorkshire’s young players to follow the example set by Harry Brook and earn a first-team place with performances in Potchefstroom.

This time last year, then 19-year-old Brook enjoyed a fabulous run of form during the club’s pre-season tour, highlighted by 154 in a two-day game against Nottinghamshire.

It secured him a place in the team for the County Championship season opener, and he went on to enjoy an encouraging summer overall.

On Friday, Yorkshire return to South Africa and the same facility in Potch, with players knowing there are places up for grabs again ahead of next month’s opening Specsavers Division One clash with Notts at Trent Bridge (April 5).

The White Rose will spend 12 days at the NWU PUK Sports Village and will play a one-day game against Cardiff University and two-day games against Notts and Alex Lees’ Durham.

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