Book Of Champions Is
The Perfect Christmas Gift

Featured News | 28th October 2010

Nottinghamshire supporters can read a behind the scenes account of the club’s dramatic LV= County Championship triumph in a specially commissioned book to be released on Wednesday 1st December.

Written by radio commentator Dave Bracegirdle, ‘What Do Points Make?’ features a journal of every day of play, transcripts of interviews with members of the squad, completed scorecards and full colour images of the defining moments of an eventful season.

Exclusive chapters written by Director of Cricket Mick Newell, Captain Chris Read and Club Historian Peter Wynne-Thomas re-affirm the value the club places on LV= County Championship success.

“The players were under immense pressure at times but they were always prepared to speak on the record and this book documents the low points and the high points of a memorable season.”

“I made extensive notes throughout the season and when it became clear that Nottinghamshire were title contenders I realised that I had the opportunity to put something into print that would give people a real insight,” said Dave Bracegirdle.

“Winning the championship meant everything to the players and management and there were so many twists and turns before things were settled at Old Trafford.

“The players were under immense pressure at times but they were always prepared to speak on the record and this book documents the low points and the high points of a memorable season.”

The 196 page hardback is available to pre-order now by clicking here, priced £14.99. Anyone that pre-orders the book before Friday 26th November will also receive an exclusive hand-numbered commemorative print signed by Mick Newell and Chris Read.

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