7.40pm So Yorkshire suffered two run outs in the last over, including Josh Poysden as he went for two off the last ball needing three to win.
Yorkshire, 310 all out, have won one, tied one and lost one.
Here’s Andrew Gale’s thoughts.
“I thought the first half of the game up to the last three overs, we were outstanding. We did some really good stuff.
“You have to give Lancashire credit. I thought the Croft and Jones partnership, they played really well. But 40 odd runs off Tim Bresnan’s last two overs, we didn’t get that right. But we were still confident at half-time that we had enough in the tent to knock them off.
“We then made some poor decisions under pressure with the bat.
“I thought it was good pitch. The new ball always does a bit.
“We got off to a good start with the bat in the first six overs, but we just made some poor decisions.
“It was a cracking game. To go right down to the last ball, it was a fantastic spectacle. But it’s not good for me as head coach! The last two games have gone down to the last ball, and unfortunately we haven’t got over the line in either.
“It was a fantastic advert for county cricket.”
6.47pm Lancashire win by one run.
6.39pm 16 off the last with Tattersall on strike to Mahmood. 296-8.
6.17pm Bresnan gone! Caught at long-on off Parkinson. 265-6 in the 45th. Yorkshire need 47.
6.01pm Ballance caught at backward point off Mahmood, 72. 241-5 in the 42nd.
5.45pm Kohler-Cadmore gone! He’s been bowled by Mahmood for 97. Yorkshire 214-4 in the 39th. Ballance 62 not out.
5.27pm Yorkshire going ok here. They need exactly eight an over from the last 16. 184-3 and 128 to win.
Back-to-back boundaries for— Graham Hardcastle (@tykestravels) April 21, 2019
tomkcadmore</a> off Mahmood, and he’s 77. <a href="https://twitter.com/YorkshireCCC?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">YorkshireCCC 159-3 after 31. 153 to win. Ballance is 28.
Some way to reach 50 off 69 balls for— Yorkshire CCC (@YorkshireCCC) April 21, 2019
tomkcadmore</a> - a huge six over long-off against Maxwell. <a href="https://twitter.com/YorkshireCCC?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">YorkshireCCC 106-3 in the 24th. 206 more to win #OneRose
4.33pm Brook lbw Parkinson, 24. 87-3 in the 21st over.
4.31pm Yorkshire have reached 20 overs at 86-2 needing 226 more. A fascinating finish in prospect.
3.52pm Willey gone! He’s been caught at deep mid-wicket by Hameed off Mahmood for one. Yorkshire 42-2 after 10.
3.47pm Six runs and a wicket from the last five overs and Yorkshire are 42-1 after nine chasing 312.
3.34pm Lyth gone! Maxwell gets him caught at short third-man for 19 as Jennings dives full length and takes a smart catch. 39-1 in the sixth.
3.25pm Yorkshire flying along at the start of their chase. They are 35-0 in the fourth. Lyth and Kohler-Cadmore 17 apiece.
jbairstow21</a> ???? <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/OneRose?src=hash&ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">#OneRose</a> <a href="https://t.co/g2Wtjgi01a">https://t.co/g2Wtjgi01a</a></p>— Yorkshire CCC (YorkshireCCC) April 21, 2019
Yorkshire are chasing a target of 312 to beat Lancashire in their Easter Sunday Royal London one-day Cup Roses clash at Emerald Headingley.
David Willey led the way for Yorkshire with 2-53 from 10 overs, but the visitors, who elected to bat, recovered well from 116-4 in the 23rd over to 311-6.
Steven Croft hit 97, falling short of a second century in as many games.
Youngsters Rob Jones and Josh Bohannon then chipped in with 65 off 51 balls and 55 not out off 32 respectively.
In front of a bumper Headingley crowd, Croft and Jones shared their county’s first fifth-wicket century stand in the history of this fixture before Bohannon and debutant seamer Liam Hurt shared a brutal unbroken 68 for the seventh wicket inside the last six overs.
Yorkshire had much the better of the first half of the innings, bowling tidily and fielding superbly, highlighted by Josh Poysden’s direct hit run out of Dane Vilas at the non-striker’s end from short fine-leg.
But the Red Rose responded on a good batting surface.
The Vikings will still be confident of success given the pitch conditions.
Croft gone! He’s been caught behind for 97 off— Yorkshire CCC (@YorkshireCCC) April 21, 2019
david_willey</a>. <a href="https://twitter.com/lancscricket?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">lancscricket 243-6 in the 45th over. #OneRose
1.49pm Jones gone! He’s been caught at deep mid-wicket by Willey off Bresnan for 65. Lancashire 236-5 in the 42nd.
1.31pm Lancs 200-4 in the 38th as Jones reaches his maiden fifty off 38 balls.
Jones lofts Poysden straight for six as the visitors move to 194-4 in the 37th over.
YorkshireCCC</a> have bowled and fielded nicely, but they could do with breaking this Jones and Croft stand, which is 78 <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/OneRose?src=hash&ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">#OneRose</a></p>— Yorkshire CCC (YorkshireCCC) April 21, 2019
Vilas gone!— Yorkshire CCC (@YorkshireCCC) April 21, 2019
JoshPoysden14</a> runs out the <a href="https://twitter.com/lancscricket?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">lancscricket captain with a direct hit from short fine-leg. Vilas slips mid pitch and can’t scramble back to the non-striker’s end. 116-4 in the 23rd. Great work #OneRose
12.49pm Croft reaches 50 off 60 balls with 5×4s. Lancashire 133-4 in the 27th.
12.09pm Maxwell gone! Rashid gets him caught behind by Tattersall for 22. Lancashire 85-3 in the 17th.
11.58am Adil Rashid enters the attack from the Emerald Stand End. Lancashire 64-2 after 14 overs. Croft 19, Maxwell 13.
11.42am Great start for Olivier as Hameed is caught behind hooking at his sixth ball. Lancashire 40-2 after 10 overs. Glenn Maxwell in to join Croft.
11.39am Duanne Olivier has replaced Bresnan from the Kirkstall Lane End as Lancashire move to 40-1 in the 10th over. Hameed has 22 of them.
OUT!— Graham Hardcastle (@tykestravels) April 21, 2019
david_willey</a> gets Jennings caught behind, 8. <a href="https://twitter.com/lancscricket?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">lancscricket 26-1 in the seventh over.
11am Lancashire 5-0 after one over from David Willey. Tim Bresnan sharing the new ball, with Keaton Jennings and Haseeb Hameed opening the batting.
10.35am Toss and Teams……
Lancashire win the toss and bat first.
Yorkshire: Lyth c, Kohler-Cadmore, Willey, Brook, Ballance, Tattersall w, Bresnan, Rashid, Poysden, Pillans, Olivier.
Lancashire: Jennings, Hameed, Croft, Maxwell, Vilas c w, Jones, Bohannon, Hurt, Mahmood, Onions, Parkinson.
10.10am Around the grounds…..
Derbyshire v Nottinghamshire, Derby
Leicestershire v Worcestershire, Grace Road
Northants v Warwickshire, Wantage Road
Yorkshire v Lancashire, Emerald Headingley
Glamorgan v Somerset, Sophia Gardens
Kent v Sussex, Canterbury
Middlesex v Gloucestershire, Lord’s
Good morning from Emerald Headingley and Happy Easter to all, apart from Lancashire fans! Just kidding.
It’s a glorious morning ahead of an 11am start for the first Roses clash of 2019.
Yorkshire are aiming for their second North Group win in three matches, with a tie last time out against Warwickshire at Edgbaston on Friday.
Lancashire, meanwhile, have played two lost two and are without a win over Yorkshire in the last four outings in this competition.
The Red Rose almost chased down 418 against Nottinghamshire at Trent Bridge on Friday and have Jimmy Anderson available. Glenn Maxwell will also face Yorkshire, who he represented as overseas in 2015.
Enjoy the day, especially all the youngsters who are here as the club showcase the All Stars Cricket programme with various activities taking place around the ground.