NOW you can win tickets to watch Yorkshire take on Derbyshire in Round Two of the Friends Provident Trophy 2008.

Examiner Sport has teamed up with Friends Provident, the life and pensions provider, to give two lucky readers and a friend the chance to go and watch Yorkshire take on Derbyshire at Headingley Carnegie on Sunday week, April 27, in Round Two of the Friends Provident Trophy 2008.

The Friends Provident Trophy is the England and Wales Cricket Board’s premier domestic one-day competition.

As a 50-over game, it’s the only domestic competition that replicates the One Day International format, providing the ideal proving ground for future England one-day cricketers.

This year sees the 18 first-class counties, along with Ireland and Scotland, competing in four regions of five teams, each playing each other twice.

The top two teams from each region will then qualify for the quarter finals on June 4.

Find out more about this year’s Friends Provident Trophy at, where you’ll find the latest fixtures and results, match commentary and player profiles.

Also visit for more information about Friends Provident.

We have two pairs of tickets to give away for the match against Derbyshire in Round Two, and for your chance to win simply answer the following question:

Which Yorkshire player was England’s Test captain on the recent tour of New Zealand?

Jot your answer on a postcard or sealed envelope, along with your name, address and telephone number, and send it to Friends Provident Quiz, Sports Desk, Huddersfield Daily Examiner, Queen Street South, Huddersfield, HD1 3DU. Closing date for entries is next Tuesday. Normal rules apply.

Yorkshire totalled 384-6 on the first day of their three-day warm-up game against the Bradford/Leeds University at Headingley yesterday.

Jacques Rudolph got his season off to a cracking start with a century, while Joe Sayers made 87.