Yorkshire County Cricket Club - 150 not out!





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Published on Apr 22, 2013

To mark The Yorkshire County Cricket Club's 150th Anniversary, the Club's has produced a six-minute video covering the magical moments that makes Yorkshire the most successful County Cricket Club in the history of the game.

Current Yorkshire star Moin Ashraf talks us through the key moments from the past 150 years including rare footage of Donald Bradman playing at Headingley to Indian batting master Sachin Tendulkar, Yorkshire's first overseas playing, walking out onto the famous Headingley ground for the first time wearing the famous white rose..

The Club has changed considerably over the past 150 years, with each era creating its own history. From Roger Iddison, Yorkshire's first championship captain, to the current crop of players, we are delighted to capture the moments that matter.

"It has been a great honour to help put this video together," said Ashraf, who wanted to capture what it means to represent one of the most famous cricket clubs in the word.

"It is a great privilege to play for Yorkshire and to be part of the 150th year celebrations is an honour. Whilst making this video, I never realised the records and achievements that have been set down the years by Yorkshire players.

"The current players are fully aware of the expectations placed upon them. We hope that being part of the Club's history and looking back on the great moments from the past will inspire us to achieve our aims of winning silverware this season and over the years to come."

Sit back, reminisce and enjoy 150 years of Yorkshire County Cricket Club in six minutes.

We're nothing without history.

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