Kane Williamson top scores with 57 as Yorkshire and Somerset play out a draw in Division One at Taunton.
Yorkshire head coach Jason Gillespie maintains England should continue to pick Joe Root as an opening batsman.
Johann Myburgh scores 91 as Somerset pass Yorkshire's imposing first-innings total on day three at Taunton.
Adil Rashid completes a century as Yorkshire have the better of day two against Somerset at Taunton.
Gary Ballance hits an assured 77 for Yorkshire in their Division One match at Somerset to boost his England credentials.
Joe Root should not open the batting for England's Test side, according to Australia opener Chris Rogers.
England wicketkeeper Jonny Bairstow is ruled out for up to six weeks after breaking a finger while playing for Yorkshire.
Yorkshire batsman Joe Root extends his deal with the county until the end of the 2016 season.
BBC Sport radio commentators assess the prospects for the teams ahead of the 2014 season
The BBC will broadcast live commentary on every county cricket game this summer.
A clock carrying the countdown to the Yorkshire stages of the Tour de France, due to be unveiled on Thursday, will not be ready until May.
Yorkshire release Scotland international seamer Iain Wardlaw from his contract with immediate effect.
Yorkshire confirm Dickie Bird is to be voted in as the club's president at their Annual General Meeting on 29 March.
Captain Andrew Gale says Yorkshire will be stronger with Joe Root, Gary Ballance, Jonny Bairstow and Tim Bresnan battling for England shirts.
Yorkshire sign Australia limited-overs opening batsman Aaron Finch to play in all forms of the game this summer.
Yorkshire appoint Richard Dawson as the new coach of their second team after Paul Farbrace's departure.
Yorkshire coach Jason Gillespie dismisses reports he is among the candidates to be England's next technical director.
Former Yorkshire cricketer Graham Stevenson, who also played two Tests for England, has died at the age of 58.
Yorkshire captain Andrew Gale extends his contract with last season's County Championship runners-up until 2016.
Yorkshire batsman Joe Sayers announces his retirement from county cricket at the age of 30.