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Highlights - Derbyshire Falcons vs Yorkshire Vikings
Highlights - Derbyshire Falcons vs Yorkshire Vikings

Watch the best of the action from Yorkshire Vikings Vitality Blast win over Derbyshire Falcons at Emerald Headingley.

Live Stream - Derbyshire Falcons vs Yorkshire Vikings
Live Stream - Derbyshire Falcons vs Yorkshire Vikings

Watch Yorkshire Vikings take on Derbyshire Falcons in the Vitality Blast live from Emerald Headingley.

6.0: The Falcons end the powerplay on 48-0, with Wood (27*) and Godleman (21*) in. 

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6.0: The Falcons end the powerplay on 48-0, with Wood (27*) and Godleman (21*) in. Match Centre ➑ #WeAreAllDerbyshire #DERvYOR

#Cricket #Livescore In-Play Betting: (UK-T20B) #Derbyshire vs #Yorkshire: 27/0 (2.5 ov.) - 🍿 πŸ“² Bet now via ⟢ √

Played, Tom πŸ’₯ A couple of glorious shots from @tom_wood. Match Centre ➑ #WeAreAllDerbyshire #DERvYOR

Shot, Billy πŸ”₯ The first boundary of the game in Leeds. Match Centre ➑ #WeAreAllDerbyshire #DERvYOR

Derbyshire won toss & will bat first. Live Stream: Derbyshire Falcons vs Yorkshire Vikings

Yorkshire won toss & will bat first. Live Stream: Derbyshire Falcons vs Yorkshire Vikings


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