“Just two lads from Yorkshire” 🤣 | Jonny Bairstow reflects on England making history ⚡

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Jonny Bairstow was named the player of the match and reflected on his recent good form.

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Yorkshire – often referred to by inhabitants as “God’s own country” – is a historic county in northern England. It’s known for its Roman and Viking heritage, as well as its Norman castles, medieval abbeys, Industrial Revolution-era cities and 2 national parks. The county town of York, founded by the Romans, is home to 13th-century cathedral York Minster, Tudor houses and medieval walls. The interactive Jorvik Viking Centre recalls the area’s 9th-century Norse occupation.

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