CricketTalk: End-of-season special on a vintage summer for Yorkshire

IT proved to be a wonderful 2014 for Yorkshire County Cricket Club, ending their 13-year wait for the County Championship trophy in style by comprehensively beating Nottinghamshire at Trent Bridge to take the Division One title.
Yorkshire's players parade round the pitch at Headingley with the LV County Championship trophy. Picture by Allan McKenzie/SWpix.comYorkshire's players parade round the pitch at Headingley with the LV County Championship trophy. Picture by Allan McKenzie/SWpix.com
Yorkshire's players parade round the pitch at Headingley with the LV County Championship trophy. Picture by Allan McKenzie/SWpix.com

It marked the culmination of a fine season’s work by the coaching and playing staff, bouncing back from the disappointment of finishing second to Durham the previous year.

The Yorkshire Post’s cricket correspondent, Chris Waters, covered the club throughout the season and joined host Phil Harrison in the studio to reflect on a memorable campaign for the White Rose, as well as hand out our very own ‘CricketTalk Awards’.

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We also catch up with all-rounder Tim Bresnan and hear how he enjoyed playing a significant role in the county’s success, and how he sees the future evolving, both on a personal and club level.

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