Yorkshire were behind the eight ball in their Royal London One-Day Cup clash with Gloucestershire at Headingley having been bowled out for 192 inside 42 overs.

After slipping to 45-5 inside 13 overs, including three wickets for no runs in 15 balls, they would have probably settled for that score.

But having seen a record sixth-wicket stand of 129 between Jack Leaning and Adil Rashid, they would have been expecting many more at 174-5 in the 39th over.

Unfortunately, Yorkshire then lost their last five wickets for 18 in 22 balls to be bowled out with 50 balls left on a slow pitch.

Gloucester had nine overs to face before lunch and at least Yorkshire had success as they reached 34-2.

Tim Bresnan had Hamish Marshall caught at second slip by Adam Lyth in the fifth over and Chris Dent caught behind down leg in the seventh. Michael Klinger was unbeaten on 22.