Mentioned in this blog, both the cricket and Rhino's ground
Yorkshire - desperate to address debts of around £25million - are working in partnership with Leeds Rugby (Super League's Rhinos and the Carnegie rugby union club) to secure a long-term naming rights partner for the entire sports site. They are using the unique nature of Headingley - no venue in the world is home to more days of professional sport - as their sales pitch and have whittled down three interested parties to two over the past couple of months. It is anticipated that the long-term deal will provide around £1m a year in new revenue (to be split 50-50 with their rugby counterparts).
The development comes after the sponsorship deal struck with Leeds Metropolitan University's sports faculty Carnegie expired. So, for the time being at least, Yorkshire's home is just plain old Headingley.