The winners of the 2024 Charles Tyrwhitt Sports Book awards will be announced next week, with six entrants shortlisted in the cricket books category, and Stuart Broad and Phil Tufnell also up for awards.

Nominations across the ten shortlists announced for the awards feature some of the great sportspeople in the world across a range of different sports from cricket to boxing, to Formula One. The awards are a major annual promotion for sports writing and publishing and highlight the most outstanding sports books of the previous calendar year to showcase their merits and enhance their reputation and profile.

Charles Tyrwhitt are the official headline partners of the awards, in association with The Sunday Times. The winners of the awards will be presented at a star-studded ceremony hosted by Mark Pougatch at The Oval, on June 6.

Stuart Broad's autobiography, Broadly Speaking, is shortlisted in the Autobiography of the year category, detailing the England fast-bowler's life and career, and was published following his retirement at the end of the 2023 Ashes series. Broad was integral to England's world No.1 Test side of the early 2010s and took 604 Test wickets over his career. In his autobiography, he shares moments from the game which have made him and almost broke him, revealing the personal side of an England great.

Shortlisted in the Sports Entertainment Book of the Year category is Phil Tufnell's hilarious book, The Tourist, written with John Woodhouse. Tufnell shares tales from his memorable tours of Australia and South Africa during his playing career, as well as personal trips to Benidorm and Blackpool, featuring colourful characters from the commentary box.

The six shortlisted books in the Cricket Book of the Year category start with Bazball: The Inside Story of a Test Revolution, by Lawrence Booth and Nick Hoult. The epic tale of one of the most thrilling revolutions in sport, England's Test regeneration under Ben Stokes and Brendon McCullum, delves into the England dressing room and follows the team around the world.

Former England opening batter Nick Compton also joins the shortlist for his autobiography, Legacy. In the book, he examines his complex relationship with his family cricketing dynasty, and tells his powerful story of his life in cricket and beyond.

Son of Grace, a Frank Worrell biography by Vaneisa Baksh, also shortlisted, explores the life of the former West Indies cricketer and politician, almost 100 years after his birth.

Sticky Dogs and Stardust, by Scott Oliver, the fourth book on the shortlist, tells the uniquely cricketing stories of international cricketers playing in amateur leagues. The stories include Shane Warne, Gordon Greenwich, Viv Richards and many more.

Another revolutionary tale on the shortlist, White Hot: The Inside Story of England Cricket's Double World Champions, explores how England revolutionised their white ball side. The story, which includes interviews with its main protagonists, covers the England side from their pre-2019 World Cup worst to holding both white ball World Cup trophies at the end of 2022.

Finally in the Cricket Book of the Year category, The Tour, by Simon Wilde, is a definitive history of the England men's cricket team overseas. It features adventure, mishap and scandal, covering individual stories from James Lillywhite to Ben Stokes.

The awards will be judged by an outstanding academy, including The Cricket Society, and presented at an awards ceremony at The Oval next week.

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