Yorkshire Cricket Club will be able to host international matches again after the sport’s governing body in England lifted its ban on Friday, citing the club’s positive progress in resolving racism and bullying issues.

England’s third test against New Zealand will now be played at Headingley Stadium in Yorkshire in June, followed by a one-day international against South Africa in July. Yorkshire was barred from hosting international matches by the England and Wales Cricket Board in November as a result of the club’s utterly unacceptable reaction to the racism experienced by former player Azeem Rafiq. The ECB stated in removing the ban that it recognized the club’s “hard work and improvement.”

Yorkshire has shown a commitment to fostering a culture of fairness, diversity, and inclusion, according to the report, and that the club is dedicated to finding and resolving past discrimination complaints. The decision on Friday is contingent on the completion of further conditions by the end of March. Among these are changes to the club’s regulations for appointing board members.