Published: Saturday, January 1, 2000, 18:23 [IST]
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Headingley is very much a mix and match type ground where there are a varity of different styles of stands that make up the ground, one end of the ground is completely dominated by the rugby league ground stand which backs onto it. The ground is odd in that it has no pavilion, just a modern dressing room at the side of the wicket.

The ground is not exactly the best looking in the world, and can pretty much be summed up in three words: cold, grey and miserable.

The bosses at Headlingley are fully aware of the need for improvement, but it will take time. They have made a start but there is a long way to go.
Yorkshire's ground for over a century, the club finally bought it in 2005 for the sum of 12 million pounds.

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