Yorkshire handed Nottinghamshire’s Under 18s their first defeat of the season; posting 223 all out before bowling out the visitors for 84.

The hosts won the toss and elected to bat first before Yash Vagadia and skipper Will Luxton added a fluent 90 for the first wicket.

Sam King had the former caught behind, however, Luxton – who had provided the bulk of the early scoring – kicked on after losing his opening partner and progressed to 75 before being bowled by Qundeel Haider.

At 159-2 with 15 overs to go, Yorkshire looked set to post a daunting total. However, Fateh Singh’s dismissal of Daniel Ford sparked a collapse in which the hosts lost their last eight wickets for 64 runs.

Off-spinner Drew Owen was the main thorn in the side of the White Rose county, taking 5-28 off his ten overs as Yorkshire were dismissed for 223 off the final ball of their allotted 50 overs.

The Green and Golds would have returned to the field with a spring in their step after their first innings fightback, but soon found themselves in trouble.

Travis Holland was dismissed off the third ball of the innings by Benjamin Cliff, who also dismissed Ben Wilcox to leave the score on 17-2.

Wickets came at regular intervals for the hosts as the Notts’ batsmen failed to match the top order scoring of Yorkshire.

Captain King top scored with 16 before he was one of three victims for Vagadia, Notts eventually all out for 84 inside 31.4 overs.

The Under 18s are next in action on Sunday 30 May at home to Worcestershire as they look to return to winning ways.

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