Following the rain affected Metro Bank ODI between England and Ireland at Headingley on Wednesday 20 September, the refund scheme will now take effect. 

As the match was abandoned without a ball being bowled, ticket buyers are entitled to a full refund on the value of your match ticket. This falls in line with our ‘Rain check policy’.

Refunds will be processed automatically by The Yorkshire County Cricket Club to the original payment card. If your original payment card has expired since your purchase, or is no longer in use, you will need to contact your bank to verify the transaction. 

Premium Experiences lead bookers will be contacted directly with specific details of how the ticket element of their packages will be refunded.

Please allow up to 28 days from the day of the game for the refund to be processed. For further information, visit  and head to the ‘Rain check policy’ tab or 

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