County Cricket: Snow abandons play between Yorkshire and Glamorgan at Headingley

Play was stopped in the County Cricket clash between Yorkshire and Glamorgan at Emerald Headingley because of snow.

Ninety minutes of snow from 12.55pm meant there was no further play on day three of Yorkshire’s opening round.

The ground was covered in snow - meaning it was not possible to continue, leaving umpires Paul Baldwin and Russell Warren to abandon the day at 3.30pm.


Yorkshire gearing up for the start of the new cricket season

There were reports of snow elsewhere in the region too.

At Robin Hood's Bay pictures and videos on social media showed snow falling across the area on Saturday afternoon.