Members and supporters are now able to vote for the Yorkshire County Cricket Club Player of the Year for 2017.
To register your vote, please complete the below form.
The vote will close on 5pm on Friday 29th September.
The stand-out performers:
In his first year as Club Captain, Gary Ballance has scored runs for fun in the Specsavers County Championship. His tally of 827 Championship runs with three hundreds and four fifties to date, along with 483 runs in nine Royal London One-day Cup games, represents a phenomenal return which also saw him earn a recall to the England Test team.
It’s been a breakthrough year for 23-year-old Ben Coad who has taken 42 wickets in the Specsavers County Championship at an average of 18.19. The Harrogate-born seamer has made a dramatic impact on First-Class cricket this summer with four five-wicket hauls, including a career best 6-25 against Lancashire at Headingley.
A Roses century away at Emirates Old Trafford early in the season, along with two half-centuries in the Championship resemble a decent return for Jack Leaning. The batsman also contributed 161 runs at a strike-rate of 150.47 in the NatWest T20 Blast and eight catches, including this sensational catch.
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JackLeaning1</a> pulls off one of the greatest catches you will see <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/Blast17?src=hash">#Blast17</a> <a href="https://t.co/eOItrCkKEp">pic.twitter.com/eOItrCkKEp</a></p>— NatWest T20 Blast (NatWestT20Blast) August 11, 2017
The Whitby-born opener has had yet another phenomenal year in the NatWest T20 Blast scoring 535 runs in 12 games at a strike-rate of 164.62. Lyth scored four fifties and one phenomenal hundred, a NatWest T20 Blast record 161 in the final group game against Northants. The batsman has also scored one hundred and one fifty in the Championship.
Yorkshire Vikings joint leading wicket-taker in the NatWest T20 Blast, Azeem Rafiq claimed 17 wickets with a best of 5-19 and made a number of outstanding contributions throughout the competitions.
Join us in saying goodbye to a legend
Yorkshire’s annual dinner will celebrate the career of Ryan Sidebottom with a BBC spin-off, ‘A Question of Siddy’, and crown the winner of the Club’s Player of the Year for the 2017 season.
BBC Look North’s Tanya Arnold will present this year’s black-tie event which takes place in the Centenary Pavilion, Elland Road on Thursday 5th October. Guests are advised to attend from 7.00pm (for 7.30pm start) with carriages at 1.00am.
As well as rubbing shoulders with the Yorkshire’s current crop of players, guests will enjoy a three-course meal with a complimentary drink on arrival.
Individual places are now on sale for the evening at £85 +VAT per person. Tables of 10 are available for £850 +VAT and sponsor tables of 10 at £1,500 +VAT.
FOR INFORMATION OR TO BOOK YOUR PLACE, PLEASE *CONTACT SARAH THORPE ON 0113 2033 621 OR EMAIL SARAH.THORPE@YORKSHIRECCC.COM.