Reaction from Tom Kohler-Cadmore, tonight’s man-of-the-match.

“That was a great win, and we’re delighted to get off and running,” he said.

“We’ve got off to a good start with a bit of momentum, and hopefully we can push forwards and have a couple of wins quickly. Then you’re right up there in the table.

“They bowled me a couple of nice balls to get me going, and I was trying to play strong shots through the whole innings. Towards the end I had a license where I could be a bit more aggressive.

“Rash knows what he’s doing.

“He does it in international cricket and for us all the time.

“When you know you have someone as attacking as him coming on in the middle overs, it means you can take wickets. It’s brilliant.”

8.30pm Yorkshire win by 142 as Patterson gets Rimmington caught behind off top-edge. 186 all out. Superb win.

8.19pm Rashid finishes with 4-47 as Potts is bowled sweeping for 30. 179-9.

8.07pm Partnership broken by Bresnan, who forces Poynter to chop on for 36. 160-8.

8.03pm Durham are holding Yorkshire up here through Poynter and Potts, who have taken the score to 159-7 in the 35th. 47 partnership.

7.34pm Another for Adil Rashid as James Weighell is bowled around his legs sweeping. 113-7 now.

7.18pm After that run out coming in Rashid’s first, he strikes in his second to get Ryan Pringle bowled following a chop-on. 96-5 in the 23rd now.

7.07pm A fourth wicket falls in Adil Rashid’s first over, but it’s a run out. Smith played it out to cover before a yes, no, yes no interlude with Richardson ends in the former run out at striker’s end by a combination of Lyth throw and keeper Hodd. 90-4 after 20 now.

7.04pm Durham are 90-3 after 19 overs. It’s time for Adil Rashid.

6.55pm Results in the other two matches, both in the South….Somerset have hammered Surrey at the Oval and Gloucestershire have dismantled Glamorgan at Cardiff. Here, Michael Richardson has just lofted Patterson for six over long-on. 80-3 after 17.

6.33pm Fine start for Yorkshire to their defence of 329. Durham are 53-2 after 12 overs. Make that 53-3 as Patterson gets Latham caught at point.

6.11pm Tim Bresnan strikes. Paul Collingwood bowled off his pad, big appeal from the bowler, who doesn’t realise off bail has been clipped. 22-2.

6.01pm Ideal start for Yorkshire……

5.50pm A bit of a surprise for Durham as Paul Collingwood opens the batting as they pursue 329.

Mid-innings Report

Tom Kohler-Cadmore hit a sparkling 164 to underpin Yorkshire’s imposing total of 328-4 during the first half of their Royal London one-day Cup clash with Durham at Emirates Riverside.

Kohler-Cadmore, on List A debut for the county, hit 15 fours and seven sixes in 151 balls, posting the Vikings fourth highest individual score in List A cricket on an excellent batting pitch.

He shared 80 for the first wicket with Adam Lyth (30) and 176 for the second wicket with Indian overseas batsman Che Pujara, who posted a measured 82.

Pujara is also making his List A debut for Yorkshire.

The acceleration in the innings came from the end of the 34th over, with the Vikings 169-1.

Eighty six runs came off the next seven overs, including a flurry of sixes for Kohler-Cadmore before he departed caught at long-on off George Harding’s left-arm spin, leaving the score at 256-2 in the 42nd.

Earlier, Steve Patterson won the toss and elected to bat.

4.57pm Matty Potts on a hat-trick. Pujara caught at long-on for 82 and Brook bowled for 20. 316-4

4.52pm Yorkshire total looking a big one now. 309-2 with three left. Can Che Pujara, who has 76, get to his hundred?

4.35pm Milestone for Pujara, 50 off 71 balls. Just the one boundary in there. 266-2 after 43 overs.

4.30pm Tom Kohler-Cadmore has holed out to long-on looking for his eighth six. Left-arm spinner Harding strikes. 164 for TKC as Yorkshire move to 256-2 in the 42nd over. Sensational.

4.23pm Tom Kohler-Cadmore is flying up the list of Yorkshire’s highest List A scores as he smashes left-arm spinner Harding high over long-on and moves to 163. Fourth on the list. Darren Lehmann is the highest with 191 against Notts in 2001.

4.16pm Tom Kohler-Cadmore has put his foot down in the last few overs, moving to 145 with a flurry of sixes down the ground. The Vikings are 221-1 after 38 overs.

3.57pm Tom Kohler-Cadmore gets his century on List A debut for Yorkshire off 116 balls with 10 fours and two sixes. Yorkshire have moved to 167-1 after 33 overs. Che Pujara has 29 and the partnership is 87.

3.50pm Yorkshire calmly accruing at present as Tom Kohler-Cadmore drives Collingwood through the covers to move to 94. 158-1 in the 31st.

3.20pm Yorkshire have moved to 109-1 after 20 and are well placed for 300 plus here, although they have been slowed in last 15 minutes or so.

3pm And a fifty for Tom Kohler-Cadmore off 52 balls. He’s moved to 58. 94-1 in the 16th. Excellent start.

2.53pm Breakthrough for Durham comes courtesy of Matty Potts getting Adam Lyth caught behind for 30 off the top-edge. Yorkshire now 80-1 after 13 overs.

2.40pm Three games around the country today, including this. Somerset 81-2 chasing 130 against last year’s finalists Surrey at the Oval and Glamorgan have posted 264 against Gloucestershire at Cardiff.

2.38pm We’re through 10 overs and there’s been little to worry the Vikings so far. They have moved to 61-0, with Tom Kohler-Cadmore on 32 and Adam Lyth on 25. Looks a good pitch.

2.15pm Yorkshire up and running nicely, Tom Kohler-Cadmore strong on the drive. 24-0 in the fourth over.

2pm Adam Lyth faces the first ball of Yorkshire’s RL50 campaign from Aussie Nathan Rimmington, guiding it down to third-man for one.

1.45pm Durham: Latham c, Harding, Smith, Clark, Richardson, Collingwood, Poynter w, Pringle, Weighell, Rimmington, Potts.

Yorkshire: Lyth, Kohler-Cadmore, Pujara, Brook, Leaning, Hodd w, Rashid, Bresnan, Wainman, Patterson c, Coad.

1.37pm Yorkshire have won the toss and will bat first. As I type, Durham are just unveiling their newly named Paul Collingwood Pavilion. Sir Ian Botham is doing the honours. Richly deserved.

Good afternoon from Emirates Riverside, where Yorkshire begin their Royal London one-day Cup campaign and, hopefully, the road to Lord’s on June 30.

We begin at 2pm for this televised clash on Sky Sports.

Steve Patterson will captain the side against a Durham outfit who played their best cricket in this format last year.

They won four and lost four, gaining eight points. Had they not been docked two points by the ECB for financial issues, they would have qualified for the knockout stages alongside Yorkshire and above Nottinghamshire, who went on to win the competition.

An image of Lauren Winfield-Hill and Adil Rashid, with the Yorkshire logo and Northern Diamonds logo in the middle

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