TOM Kohler-Cadmore, Adam Lyth, Harry Brook and David Willey all posted half-centuries in Yorkshire’s 308-2 from 40 overs at the halfway stage of their Royal London one-day Cup clash with Derbyshire at Emerald Headingley.

Rain meant Yorkshire’s innings was cut short after they elected to bat, and it would have been some relief to Derbyshire, who were under the cosh.

Openers Kohler-Cadmore and Lyth excelled on a flat pitch, hitting 79 and 78 respectively as they shared 157 inside 24 overs before both fell in the space of three overs to Ravi Rampaul and Matt Critchley.

Third-wicket pair Willey and Brook then really put their foot down as they closed in a Yorkshire’s record total in List A cricket, 411-6 against Devon in 2004.

They shared 141 unbroken inside 14 overs, with Willey 72 and Brook 59 when the rain arrived.

They scored 113 in the eight overs prior to the rain, with Willey hitting three of six sixes in the innings so far.