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Yorkshire stand-in captain Tom Kohler-Cadmore

“Today, we got more positives out of that. The weather beat us today, but I felt we were good with the ball and in the field. Energy levels were what we wanted and what we spoke about at the start of the day.

“Everything we set out to do, we nailed. We would have liked more wickets, but Durham played well.

“Tim Bresnan set the tone brilliantly for us.

“We did slightly different things to what we’d normally do as a side. We bowled Jack Leaning a bit more, taking more of a punt with spin instead of relying on our seamers.

“Jack bowled really nicely.

“It shows we have more options later on in the year for T20.

“It was a great honour to be captain. I really enjoyed it. I even woke up early this morning with excitement, which is a first for me!

“The lads who came in and made their debuts, I thought they performed nicely. They weren’t under too much pressure and felt like they could express themselves.”

5.32pm Match abandoned. One point each.

5.03pm We may get some more cricket. The rain has stopped, and the covers are coming off.

4.46pm It’s still raining at Emerald Headingley.

Mid-innings

Rain has forced Durham’s first innings to be cut short at Emerald Headingley, with the visitors reaching 182-2 in the 35th over.

Opener Scott Steel hit 68 off 87 balls and Alex Lees 51 not out off 70, the fifth successive innings the former Yorkshire batsman has passed 50 in the Royal London one-day Cup.

While Yorkshire are out of contention for knockout cricket, Durham need to win this game to advance.

A defeat or even a No Result would not be enough for them to reach the top three, opening the door for Lancashire to advance.

Tim Bresnan claimed both wickets in a miserly 10-over spell costing him only 36 runs.

He had Ben Raine (32) caught behind down leg before removing Steel, caught at deep square-leg as the score fell to 159-2 in the 28th over.

Yorkshire are handing List A debuts to Tom Loten, Ben Birkhead and Jared Warner and a county debut to Will Fraine.

3.05pm If there is no further rain, there will be a 3.30pm restart with the game now 36 overs per side.

2.11pm Change of plan as the rain returns to Emerald Headingley. Restart pushed back

1.06pm Rain has arrived to take the players off the field. Durham 179-2 in the 34th.

1.04pm Lees brings up his fifty off 63 balls with 1×6s and 3×4s. He has now scored five in a row in the North Group. 178-2 in the 33rd. The floodlights are on now as the skies darken.

12.34pm We have reached the halfway mark in the Durham innings, and they are 148-1 and have a platform for a big score. Steel 65 and Lees 39.

12.07pm Durham 107-1 after 18 overs. Steel 43 and Lees 23.

11.24am Durham are off to a flyer at 55-0 in the seventh over.

11.08am Durham are 18-0 early in the third over as Ben Raine and Scott Steel open the batting against Bresnan and Warner.

10.40am An interesting sideline story today. Lancashire fans have become Yorkshire fans for the day. They need a Durham defeat or tie or No Result to qualify.

10.37am Yorkshire have won the toss and will bowl.

Yorkshire: Kohler-Cadmore c, Fraine, Brook, Leaning, Loten, Bresnan, Thompson, Birkhead w, Pillans, Warner, Poysden.

Durham: Steel, Lees, Bancroft c w, Richardson, Burnham, Trevaskis, Harte, Raine, Potts, Wood, Carse.

Good morning from Emerald Headingley ahead of Yorkshire’s final Royal London one-day Cup game of the season.

Unfortunately the Vikings have not qualified for the latter stages of this competition and wrap up their campaign with a North Group clash with a Durham side who need a win to advance.

Saturday’s loss at Worcestershire has given Andrew Gale the chance to have a look at some of the club’s youngsters such as Ben Birkhead, Tom Loten and Matthew Taylor, all of whom are in the squad.

Tom Kohler-Cadmore will captain Yorkshire for the first time.

A Durham win would elevate them above Lancashire into third place in the North. They will be captained by Australian Cameron Bancroft, while England fast bowler Mark Wood will also play. Alex Lees returns to Headingley for the first time since leaving late last summer.

We start at 11am. Enjoy the day.

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