Yorkshire Cricket will be welcoming players from its Performance Pathway to the Vitality Blast game between Yorkshire Vikings and Notts Outlaws on Monday 6 June.

Following a listening exercise with players and parents in the early part of the year, the Club made a number of commitments. This included the provision of free kit, coaching and the removal of match fees as well as an improvement in communications and looking at ways to make all players feel apart of the Yorkshire County Cricket Club.

As part of the commitments, the Club are delighted to have offered all players within its Pathway a free junior membership and will be welcoming many of them to the Vitality Blast game at Headingley on Monday 6 June.

On that evening, the Club will be celebrating the special achievements of those within its Pathway with players in attendance taking part in a lap of honour, content across the big screens and the opportunity to meet Yorkshire Vikings’ players after the game.

Players that took up the membership offer have been contacted via email with further details.

You can join us for the game and enjoy the Vitality Blast fixture by securing tickets at the Early Bird rate now.


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