Tom Kohler-Cadmore has revealed that being offered the stand-in captaincy by Yorkshire today meant he changed the habit of a lifetime.

“It was a great honour to be captain,” he said. “I really enjoyed it.

“I even woke up early this morning with excitement, which is a first for me!”

Kohler-Cadmore led Yorkshire in only 32.4 overs of play as their final Royal London one-day Cup North Group game against Durham was washed out at Emerald Headingley.

Having replaced rested Steve Patterson, he got his first job right in winning the toss and then elected to bowl.

The 24-year-old saw Durham, who were eliminated from knockout contention as a result of the rain, reach 182-2.

Yorkshire fielded three List A debutants in Ben Birkhead, Tom Loten and Jared Warner, while Will Fraine was making his first-team debut for the county after joining from Notts over the winter.

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