Wicket-keeper/batsman Russell Warren has been one of the most consistent performers in his position for over a decade.
He made his first-class debut for Northamptonshire in 1992 and has continued to play at the highest level ever since.
In that time he has scored more than 7,000 runs at an average of 37 and followed in the distinguished footsteps of other dogged 'keepers, like Jack Russell, who were equally hard to remove from the crease.
Among his 15 centuries he has a top score of 201 not out and on the other side of the stumps he has taken 119 first-class catches and five stumpings.
Warren is one of the elder statesmen of the county game who has embraced the short form of the game and has 133 catches and 11 stumpings in limited overs cricket to his name.
However, he only played in six totesport league games for Nottinghamshire in 2005, and failed to make an appearance in the County Championship.