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So a new competition for a new and unique season, gets a new name after an England legend.
Bob Willis, former Surrey, Warwickshire and England fast bowler, passed away in December at the age of 70.
Only James Anderson, Stuart Broad and Sir Ian Botham have taken more Test wickets for England than Willis’ 325 in his 90 Tests between 1971 and 1984.
Willis also made 170 first-class appearances in county cricket for Surrey (1969-1971) and Warwickshire (1972-1984) and took a total of 449 wickets, including 353 for the Bears, who he captained for four years.