Essex gripe after four-day Headingley washout of Yorkshire game

• ‘We haven’t seen any work, no Super Sopper, no forking’
• Yorkshire say machinery would have made conditions worse

Ryan ten Doeschate has criticised Yorkshire’s lack of action after the opening match in Essex’s defence of the County Championship was abandoned without a ball being bowled on Monday – the first four-day washout in history at Headingley.

The Essex captain bemoaned the fact there had not been any work done on the problem area of the Headingley outfield.

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