Yorkshire enjoyed a successful weekend of Twenty20 cricket in Colombo, winning their four-match series against a Sri Lanka Development side 3-1.

The Vikings won the first three matches on Saturday and this morning before losing the fourth this afternoon.

Bradford all-rounder Adil Rashid enjoyed a profitable weekend with bat and ball, taking 3-16 from four overs in the first match as the visitors, chasing 123-7 won by six wickets with 34 balls to spare.

The 26-year-old then hit 53 in game three today as Yorkshire made 151-8 before his 3-29 from four overs helped to restrict the Sri Lanka youngsters, including a number of under-19s internationals, to 143-8.

Seamer Ben Coad’s 2-12 from two overs was also crucial, particularly at the death.

In game two on Saturday, Azeem Rafiq took 3-20 from four overs as the hosts made 132-9. England under-19s opener Jonny Tattersall underpinned the chase with 35. Yorkshire won by four wickets with 15 balls to spare.

In game four today, Dan Hodgson hit 44 in a Vikings score of 150-7 before the Sri Lankans completed the chase to win by four wickets with nine balls to spare. Rashid took 2-28 from four overs.

Yorkshire face a two-day match, expected to be against a Sri Lanka Cricket Board XI, on Tuesday and Wednesday before heading back to the UK on Thursday.