Whilst Ireland completed a historic victory in the third and final ODI yesterday, the Three Lions claimed the series thanks in no small part to the performances of the Yorkshire contingent.

In a bio-secure bubble in Southampton, Jonny Bairstow, Adil Rashid and David Willey continued to prove the age-old adage – ‘Strong Yorkshire, Strong England’. After the White Rose completed a stunning Bob Willis Trophy win in the North of the country, England’s limited-overs side lost out in a tight finish, with Ireland’s batsmen chasing 329 to win. Despite this, Eoin Morgan’s men will be happy with their series, with a number of players standing out, none more than Yorkshire’s Willey.

David Willey

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