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Matches go ahead with tribute to the Queen

Matches go ahead with tribute to  the Queen


After receiving advice from the ECB regarding the playing of cricket during the period of national mourning following the death of Queen Elizabeth II, the league can confirm that tomorrow’s programme of fixtures will go ahead as scheduled.

The Yorkshire Premier League Play-Off semi-final between Woodlands and Driffield will also be played as planned with an 11am start.

All championship presentations that have been arranged will go ahead as planned. All clubs will be expected to observe a two-minute silence before the game and wear black armbands as a mark of respect to a much-loved monarch.

The Bradford Premier League has deep admiration for the devotion to duty and loyalty the Queen has displayed over 70 years and asks that her life is commemorated in a respectful manner.

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