Got a TV Licence?

You need one to watch live TV on any channel or device, and BBC programmes on iPlayer. It’s the law.

Find out more
I don’t have a TV Licence.

Live Reporting

All times stated are UK

Get involved

  1. Star of tomorrow? Youngster takes brilliant crowd catch

  2. Yorkshire win by 24 runs

    A comfortable win for the hosts in the end, but their bowlers got them out of trouble after a sloppy 152 batting first.

    Rashid ensured Durham were unable to get a hold of their innings with a brilliant 4-19.

    Yorkshire stay at the top of the table, with a little breathing space to those below.

    More action from us tomorrow with in-play highlights of Kent v Somerset, plus as always radio commentary from every T20 fixture.


    Pringle c Kohler-Cadmore b Patterson

    No way back for Durham, why not have a heave. Did not come off for Pringle though as he holes out to Kohler-Cadmore off Patterson.


    Burnham st Handscomb b Rashid (Durham 73-6)

    And that's his fourth wicket. Rashid taking care of the Durham batting line up and Burnham walks for seven runs.

    Serious danger now!


    Coughlin c Lyth b Rashid (Durham 71-5)

    Comfortable take for Lyth as Rashid gets his third wicket of the evening. Durham in danger of petering out here.


    Richardson b Rashid (Durham 63-4)

    Now that is a peach!

    Bouncing outside leg, Rashid manages to spin the ball to hit the stumps at the top of off. Richardson is flummoxed, and rightly so. That was delicious.


    Collingwood c Fisher b Rashid (Durham 47-3)

    Beautifully taken at square leg by Fisher, running and diving forward to take the ball low.

    Rashid is the bowler and Collingwood trudges back to the shed.

  8. Richardson boundary

    There hasn't been loads of action yet this innings, but a lovely cut by Richardson to the boundary off fisher deserves to be highlighted. Take a watch.


    Steel c Marsh b Bresnan (Durham 17-2)

    Two in two for Yorkshire, as Steel edges one to Marsh of Bresnan.

    Oh and that's consecutive maiden overs for the Yorkshire veteran.

  10. WICKET

    Clark c Leaning b Willey (Durham 17-1)

    Clark is the first man gone, just six runs off ten balls for the opener.

  11. Fisher all at sea

    Some awful fielding from Fisher, a straightforward stop on the boundary turns in to four runs.

  12. End of innings

    Durham need 153 to win

    Some good bowling from Durham has restricted the usually big scoring Yorkshire to 152-8.

    Can they chase it down?

  13. WICKET

    Rafiq c Poynter b Coughlin (Yorkshire 132-8)

    Another wicket for Durham, whose bowling has been excellent throughout, as Rafiq tries the ramp but can only find Poynter.

  14. WICKET

    Bresnan c Steel b Coughlin (Yorkshire 130-7)

    Bresnan with a decent knock, 22 off 16, but an uninspired end, managing to get a little bit of bat and paddling one to Steel.

  15. "Whacked away for a big six!"

    Tim Bresnan fires one over mid wicket and in to the stands off Coughlin.

  16. WICKET

    Marsh b Collingwood (Yorkshire 103-6)

    Bowled him!

    Shaun Marsh is bowled for 36 runs off 31 balls, Yorkshire in trouble.

  17. WICKET

    Rashid c Coughlin b Collingwood (Yorkshire 101-5)

    Rashid, unable to get his wrists around his pull shot, fires one to Coughlin who smartly runs and dives to make the catch.

  18. WICKET

    Handscomb st Poynter b Collingwood (Yorkshire 81-4)

    Ooops, Handscomb completely mistimes a slower one from Collingwood, who beats the bat and Poynter, standing up at the stumps, simply has to take the bails off.

    Off he walks for for seven off ten balls.

  19. WICKET

    Willey c Poynter b Pringle (Yorkshire 67-3)

    A great innings from Willey comes to an end as he skies one off Pringle and Poynter gets himself underneath it.

    A vital contribution though, with 44 runs off 27 balls kick starting Yorkshire's innings after those two early wickets.

  20. "Magnificent batting"

    David Willey, showing his batting prowess, clobbers the medium pace of Paul Collingwood in to the stands.

    And what's this, a beautiful crowd catch to boot.