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As storms of controversy once again swamp Headingley, a perfectly topical new book looks back on The War of the White Roses: Yorkshire Cricket's Civil War, 1968-1986.
Events of the last week have reignited a rumbling dispute after the club urged its members to block Geoffrey Boycott's attempt to gain a seat on the board. The matter will be resolved at the club's AGM on March 26.
Meanwhile, Stuart Rayner’s uncannily timed book looks back thirty years on the roots of the in-fighting. In 1968 Yorkshire County Cricket Club was the dominant force in English cricket, yet by 1986 it had become one of the game's also-rans…
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