I have read 'Stories of Cricket's Finest Painting Kent v Lancashire 1906'. Might have the shortest county name but more than making up for it when it comes to book titles. The original painting is now house at Lord's with a copy in the Canterbury pavilion. Obviously of most interest to Kent followers, and to a certain extent Lancastrians, but well worth a read for any cricket fan. The actual art side of the story makes a good tale in itself.
Just started on 'Test Match Special, diary of a season. Reliving last season in a very entertaining fashion.
Don't normally go for replica clothing but the special 150 championship shirt did catch my eye, so that is on order. Also Kent's first pyjama top from 1993, with just the word Kent across the chest, no sponsors or manufacturers logo - lovely. Even if I don't get too much wear out of them a few quid in the county coffers at this difficult times. Also a bit of VAT for the government, knocking a hole in the millions upon millions they are currently handing out. I wonder how many replica tops would need to be sold to cover that bill?