England allrounder calls for clarity about the game's future, after enduring turbulent season with Yorkshire
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Gary Ballance's superb century rescued his side and then tipped proceedings firmly in their favour against Worcestershire.
Adil Rashid is staying at Yorkshire for the time being, but with The Hundred about to make its entrance into English cricket, no county is confident what the future holds
Jack Brooks continued his grand farewell to Yorkshire with five wickets, but thanks to Daryl Mitchell the day was largely spent before they confirmed their place in Division One
Hampshire's new signing Aneurin Donald gamely took up wicketkeeping duties after Tom Alsop damaged a thumb but it didn't turn out well
Batsmen were victims at Headingley as Yorkshire chpped away at the nine ponts from two games they need to assure themselves of safety
Tim Bresnan hasn't taken as many five-fors as a player of his stature might have. He says it's because he does the hard yards
Adil Rashid's importance to Yorkshire is also highly symbolic and the county will be relieved that differences have been patched up
Much of the data is rudimentary but slowly the case is building for the advantage of a top-class wicketkeeper in the shortest form of the game
Jack Brooks' 9 for 113 in a Roses match awash with relegation fears was a bittersweet gift for a Yorkshire side he will leave at the end of the season
Lancashire are three wickets away from a Roses defeat that would leave the spectre of relegation looming before them
Gary Ballance and Tom Kohler-Cadmore settled Yorkshire's second innings after Lancashire had made inroads
Graham Onions and Tom Bailey continued their prolific seasons in a relegation clash Lancashire have to win
With Trent Bridge meandering to a draw, Yorkshire thoughts soon turned to a Roses match that could determine both sides' fate
Rain meant just 33 overs and neither side could make great headway, although Yorkshire gained important bonus points
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"The only truth is that I made the decision of Paul not to be the second captain anymore," Mourinho told Sky Sports.