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Warwickshire's County Championship-winning Captain Nick Knight joined Club Members for our weekly question and answer session via Zoom.

Knight joined the Bears ahead of the 1995 double-winning season and he would go on to amass 19,941 runs across all formats and lead the Club to our sixth County Championship title in the 2004 season.

He also won 17 Test caps and established himself as one of the most destructive opening batsmen in the One-Day International arena, winning 100 caps for England and contributing 3,637 runs, at an average of 40.41, with five centuries.

After a long career in the international and county game, Knight retired in 2006 to move into a role as host, commentator and pundit with Sky Sports cricket.