The Yorkshire Post – ADIL RASHID insists that he has no regrets about giving up red-ball cricket even though injuries could have opened up his route back into the Test team.
- The Yorkshire leg-spinner makes his first appearance of the season today when the club begin their Royal London Cup campaign away to Durham.
- For their part Yorkshire have made no bones about the fact that they would rather agree to those demands than lose Rashid’s skill in the white-ball formats, with the club having gone 16 years without a one-day trophy.
- Rashid has been preparing for the Royal London Cup in the second XI having had some time off after the international winter.
- After today’s match Yorkshire face three Royal London Cup home games in the space of six days, with Warwickshire the visitors on Sunday, Worcestershire on Wednesday and Nottinghamshire heading north two days later.
- The entire competition up to and including the semi-finals will have been played in a block format by the time that Yorkshire return to Championship action away to Hampshire at the Ageas Bowl on June 20, with the final taking place on June 30.