Yorkshire first-team coach Andrew Gale and his wife Kate have volunteered as National Health Service Responders to help deal with the battle against Coronavirus.

The Gales have signed up to support people most at risk of COVID-19 because of underlying health issues.

“Myself and my wife have volunteered,” said coach Gale.

“I’m at a bit of a loose end at the moment, so if I can help out in any way, I will.

“Until we start training again, all I can do is planning stuff, so I have some free time. It could also be that my wife goes to help and I’ll stay with the kids. We’ll see what happens.”

The former County Championship title-winning captain is not alone, with Chris Liversidge, part of the White Rose county’s physiotherapy team, offering more direct help to his former employers at Bradford Hospital as well as the Calderdale and Huddersfield Trust.

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