Following the government’s announcement of a four week extension to its roadmap out of lockdown, the upcoming fixtures at Emerald Headingley and Scarborough Cricket Club look set to be played in front of a reduced capacity crowd.

Due to this restriction on capacity, The Yorkshire County Cricket Club’s rollback policy will now come into force for Yorkshire Vikings’ final three home matches in the Vitality Blast, the White Rose’s LV= Insurance County Championship match versus Lancashire at Scarborough Cricket Club and England’s T20I versus Pakistan.

The Yorkshire County Cricket Club will be seeking further information from the England and Wales Cricket Board before confirming plans for these fixtures. Once the Club has been fully informed, Members, T20 Season Ticket holders and purchasers will receive an email with further information on the status of their ticket. Those who are now unable to attend either of the matches will receive a full refund.

Rollback Priority – Yorkshire Vikings vs Lancashire Lightning

1. 2021 Full Members, One Day Members and T20 Season Ticket holders
2. 2020 tickets that have rolled over, Club Yorkshire / Junior Vikings & Young Adult Members
3. Ballot purchasers
4. General sale purchasers

Rollback Priority – England versus Pakistan – T20I

1. Yorkshire Members who donated their 2020 fees and 2020 rollovers
2. 2021 Full and One Day Members
3. 2020 rolled over tickets
4. 2019 and 2020 Emerald Headingley ticket buyers, Club Yorkshire and T20 Season Ticket holders
5. Ballot purchasers
6. General sale purchasers

Yorkshire vs Lancashire, County Championship

Yorkshire and Scarborough Members will receive priority. A communication containing an online booking form will be emailed to Members this week with further information.

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