Yorkshire’s next generation of talent have been integrating with the county’s current stars as they push on with their development, and Academy director and second-team coach Ian Dews is delighted with the results.

Seamer Harrison Quarmby and batsman Harry Duke, from Huddersfield and Wakefield respectively, are just two of the young guns who have been rubbing shoulders with some current and former internationals such as David Willey and Tim Bresnan in recent weeks.

This is something which has happened previously, with winters an ideal time, but Dews insists timing is key.

“It’s ok having them in with the pros, but it can do a bit of damage if they’re not capable,” he said.

“The group that have been in have stood up and not looked out of place.

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