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The White Rose County have in recent years threatened to return to their dominant position in the domestic game. Yorkshire were by far the best team before the Second World War and boast more than
30 County Championship titles. The club once famously insisted that its players must have been born within the traditional county of Yorkshire but the rule was dropped in 1992. The imposing
Headingly ground has also regularly seen England successes, and many great players have appeared in the arena representing both county and country, such as Geoff Boycott, Darren Gough, and Ashes
heroes Michael Vaughan and Matthew Hoggard.
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