Last Updated: 27/06/18 10:52am
Watch a live stream of Yorkshire and Surrey’s County Championship clash in Scarborough.
Steven Patterson’s Yorkshire will host Rory Burns’ Surrey at North Marine Road from Monday, June 25 to Thursday, June 28, with the action to be captured by four cameras – the Division One game will also be broadcast on the Surrey, Yorkshire and ECB websites.
“I would like to thank Yorkshire CCC, Sky Sports and the ECB for all their work in creating this unique partnership and very much look forward to enjoying the results at the end of this month,” said Surrey chief executive Richard Gould. “It’s tremendously exciting to be able to work alongside Yorkshire and the ECB to put on a ‘first’ in English domestic cricket.”
Every Surrey home game has been streamed on the club website, kiaoval.com, so far this season, with well over 2,000,000 minutes being watched across 15 days of domestic cricket at the ground.
“The regular stream provided for all Surrey home matches is proving very popular indeed and so to be able to take it to the next level like this is fantastic, both for the county game and for Surrey fans who are unable to make it up to Scarborough,” added Gould.
Yorkshire chief executive, Mark Arthur, said: “This is a great example of two counties working together and communicating with one another to put on a show for those unable to make it over to Scarborough.
“Yorkshire’s famous out-ground has hosted the White Rose since 1876 and, for those unable to make the trip to the coast, it will be a pleasure to bring them a flavour of the Surrey fixture and North Marine Road through this unique broadcast.
“We must thank Surrey for their considerable support in making this happen, as well as the sport’s broadcast partner Sky Sports for their progressive stance and for waiving the broadcast rights on this occasion. We must also thank the England and Wales Cricket Board for supporting this idea from its very conception.
“Our message to the Members, supporters and stakeholders of both clubs is very much along the lines of ‘if you can’t be there, be there with us’.”
Watch a live stream of Yorkshire v Surrey, at Scarborough, live on Sky Sports’ digital platforms from Monday.
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