ball experiment should be given one more chance Reflecting on the pink ball used coach outlet handbags 2016 in all Championship games this week, to help England players such as Root prepare for the first day/night Test in this country against the West Indies in August, Gale said: "I can't say I'm a massive fan, to be honest.
"If we're going to go down that route, it's got to be for the supporters, to bring more supporters through the gate. In a way, it hard to know if it worked or not, but, on that first day, were there many more supporters here than for a normal Championship game? I don think so. Yorkshire first team coach outlet el paso tx coach, Andrew Gale "In a way, it's hard to know if it worked or not, because there wasn't enough cricket played in our match. "But, on that first day, were there many more supporters here than for a normal Championship game? I don't think so. "It was decided to cut the wet part out and put some soil down, flatten it and make it hard, but the problem was, as soon as someone landed on it, it just dug it all up again. "The umpires felt that it was unsafe to try and give it a go, and the coach outlet locations tanger decision was made due to the safety of the players. "I can see why, and I guess the umpires have to think about the safety aspect." Although the match was effectively going nowhere, Yorkshire were keen to get on the field to collect some batting points. They claimed two bowling points in addition to five for the draw, with Surrey claiming 10 points in total. "We were desperate to get on because our bit (the pitch) was dry, and we wanted to get some batting points," said Gale. "It was frustrating, not least because we wanted to use this game to bounce back from the defeat to Middlesex at Lord's last week. "In what cricket we did have against Surrey, we didn't bowl as well as we would have liked on the first day, which was disappointing because one of the positives of our season so far has been the bowling. "We just couldn't put the ball in the same area for long enough, and you've got to take your hat off to Surrey; I thought they batted well, and Sangakkara was superb." Yorkshire will return to Championship action on Monday when they play Somerset at Scarborough. Ryan Sidebottom is set to return after missing the Surrey match coach designer due to fatigue. Sidebottom's fellow pace bowler Liam Plunkett could make his first Championship appearance of the season. With Root and Jonny Bairstow on England duty against South Africa, and possibly Ballance too, Yorkshire could hand a first team debut to new signing Tom Kohler Cadmore.
"It will be between Tom and Jack (Leaning), I think, for Joe Root's place," said Gale. "We'll also have to see what happens with Gary when they announce the England squad on Sunday. Hopefully, we'll have a heads up on Saturday so we can make some plans for next week.
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