The Yorkshire County Cricket Club Limited (YCCC) is pleased to announce that the special resolution voted on at the Extraordinary General Meeting (EGM) held in the Long Room at Headingley, on Friday, 2 February, 2024 was passed.

One special resolution was voted on during the meeting, with the resolution passed by members. The result of the vote for the special resolution to make a number of changes to the rules of the Club required in relation to a refinancing proposal from Colin Graves as set out in the notice of the was announced, with members voting in favour of the rule changes.

The results of the voting are below:

  • Total number of votes cast in favour of the resolution: 746
  • Total number of votes cast against the resolution: 99
  • The proportion of the total number of votes case in favour 88%
  • The total number of invalid forms of proxy or spoilt voting forms (each of which have been excluded from the calculation of votes cast) 48


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