Warwickshire CCC On This Day offers a unique trawl through the long and colourful history of one of the world's most famous cricket clubs. County cricket, a pillar of English sporting life since Victorian times, has a history teeming with great characters, wonderful matches and bizarre quirks. The county circuit is part of the fabric of the sporting landscape and Warwickshire have long been deeply embedded in it. Through this book, which is fully endorsed by the club, the history of English cricket is relived and revealed through the prism of major components. The book embraces all of Warwickshire's most significant characters, controversies and dramas while also uncovering countless quirks behind a club which has known triumph and struggle alike: from the unique and unprecedented treble success of 1994 to the grim battle for survival in the early years; from Ian Bell and Jonathan Trott underpinning England's batting to Warwickshire mustering just 16 all out against Kent at Tonbridge in 1913. This book encompasses the whole Bears gamut. From all-time greats Dennis Amiss and Frank Foster, to one-game-only players Freddie Gross and Paul Dunkels; from momentous Tests at Edgbaston, to committee deliberations about what kind of towel should be placed in the members' lavatory - all is in these pages which will fascinate not only lovers of Warwickshire cricket but all cricket.