Daily Mirror



YORKSHIRE’S attempt to widen their net into diverse communitie­s has led to a three-way partnershi­p with teams in Pakistan and South Africa.

The club forged links late last year with Lahore Qalandars of the Pakistan Super League.

And that has been extended to South African side Momentum Multiply Titans. Based in Centurion, the Titans are the most successful domestic franchise with 18 major trophies since 2004. They have helped produce the likes of Lungi Ngidi and Quinton de Kock (right).

The partnershi­p aims to enable the three clubs to find talent from different communitie­s and broaden overseas training and developmen­t opportunit­ies for young players.

Yorkshire chairman Lord Patel of Bradford (top) said: “We’re incredibly excited to extend our pioneering partnershi­p with the Lahore Qalandars and team up with the Momentum Multiply Titans. They are leaders in ensuring cricket is accessible for everyone and both already have phenomenal outreach initiative­s in their respective countries.

“We’re keen to learn from them how best to develop aspiring talent.”

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