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I am attempting to write an article about every cricketer who has played first class cricket for Yorkshire as per the list of Yorkshire CCC players. Mike Bore had a long and successful first class career and it seems harsh to term him a person of no importance. The article will be expanded in future but I can't do everything at once. There are many shorter 'stubs' on this site and to people who like cricket such articles are valuable, even if they seem obscure to people who obviously lack any knowledge or interest in the game. Nick mallory 10:44, 30 March 2007 (UTC) nick mallory I feel quite strongly that a first class cricket career is of importance in its own right and Mike Bore's heroic innings at the end of the 1984 County Championship season which so nearly won the title for Nottinghamshire is reason enough for his inclusion. Nick mallory 11:24, 30 March 2007 (UTC) Nick Mallory