Tim Ambrose is widely considered one of the best wicket-keepers in English cricket, domestically he's been there, seen it and probably already won it.
"2016 is a massive year in the T20 for us. We've got a solid squad and I can't wait to get started."
Despite being born in Australia, Tim cut his teeth in the County Championship and rapidly rose to the top of the game which earned him a place in the England team in the late 00's.
As well as wicket-keeping duties Tim generally bats in the later middle order, but don't be fooled, he is an accomplished and destructive batsman who can be very tough to dismiss.
Tim was a key player in the 2014 NatWest T20 Blast winning side and despite breaking his finger in the semi-final vs Surrey, Tim continued to keep wicket and went on to play in possibly the greatest T20 Final at Edgbaston.
Tim has been awarded a Benefit Year for 2016 in recognition of his now 11 year service to Warwickshire CCC and the Birmingham Bears. To find out more about Tim's benefit or to get involved in some of his incredible events please click here.