Yorkshire were crowned winners of the 2nd XI Trophy following a 99 run victory over Middlesex at Headingley.
Due to rain earlier in the day, the game was reduced 48 overs per side, encouraging Middlesex to field after winning the toss.
Opening batsman Harry Brook got Yorkshire off to a fine start, scoring 112 off 103 balls, containing 18 fours and one six. This was the youngster’s first century at Headingley, giving the White Rose the perfect start.
What a knock from
harry_brook88</a> ????????<br><br>Feast your eyes on some of his boundaries from his maiden Headingley ???? <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/2ndXIFinal?src=hash">#2ndXIFinal</a> <a href="https://t.co/kqJcxvVVXc">pic.twitter.com/kqJcxvVVXc</a></p>— Yorkshire CCC (YorkshireCCC) June 8, 2017
Ryan Gibson was the next batsman to go big for the home side, scoring 58 runs off 49 balls before being dismissed by Tom Barber.
Yorkshire have progressed to 251 for 4 with 4.2 overs left.— Yorkshire CCC (@YorkshireCCC) June 8, 2017
Ryan Gibson hit 58 off just 49 balls ???? pic.twitter.com/PrJXauB6FZ